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Subject: Guidance literature, Social services, Safeguarding children, young people and adults at risk of harm from abuse, exploitation and neglect
This paper has been developed to provide guidance on protecting and safeguarding children who are ‘Looked After’. The needs of the child or young person is central to all such planning processes. Avoiding unnecessary duplication or subjecting young people to different types of meetings...
The information presented on emergency care within the publication is derived from the statistical returns listed below.
DHSSPS Guidance issued to Health and Social Care Organisation in relation to Personal and Public Involvement (PPI)
Reader information, definitions and guidance on the use of firework injuries statistics.
Subject: Guidance literature, Health workforce policy and management, Workforce policy reports and guidance
Nursing Appraisal Guidance Notes to Support NursesÂ & Midwives with Revalidation.
Publisher: Department of Health (Ireland)
27.5.2015 Sepsis, severe sepsis and septic shock are used to describe the systemic inflammatory response of patients to infection, as a continuum of progressive and life threatening severity.Ã‚Â Sepsis is the clinical syndrome defined by the presence of both infection and a systemic inflammatory...
The publication shows how to narrow the health inequalities gap in infant mortality by looking at current examples of best practice.
Subject: health impact assessment
(WHIASU) A basic guide to conducting a HIA. 1. Health impact assessment is a tool that can help organisations to assess the possible consequences of their decisions on people۪s health and well-being, thereby helping to develop more integrated policies and programmes. 2. This document has been...
Subject: Health inequity
One of the core missions of commissioners is to reduce health inequalities. Promoting health and well-being is necessary but not sufficient, and it is essential thatimprovements in commissioning and consequent improvements in service delivery, will not widen the gapbetween different groups in...
Subject: Setting health inequality targets
This briefing paper provides a summary of the policies, theory and practice of setting targets to reduce health inequalities. It offers some guidance for those responsible for setting local targets and sets this in the context of local experience drawn from documentary evidence from health...