This document, and its Annexes, is the IA of the Health and Social Care Bill.
It assesses the benefits, costs and risks of implementing the policies proposed in the NHS White Paper Equity and Excellence: Liberating the NHS that require primary legislation.
This document is the Joseph Rowntree's response to the Department of Health consultation, Liberating the NHS: an information revolution.
The Joseph Rowntree's response to the government consultation 'Liberating the NHS: Greater choice and control'.
Preventing suicide at locations of concern forms an important part of a suicide prevention strategy. While the evidence base is slim, and for most of this guidance is no higher than Grade C according to the hierarchy of evidence set out by the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN), there are advantages to taking a consistent approach to reducing the risk of suicide at locations of concern.
Briefing that examines the implications of the personalisation agenda for NHS staff.
This White Paper sets out the government’s strategy for liberating the NHS in the current parliamentary term and beyond. It provides clarity of purpose: a more responsive, patient-centred NHS, which achieves outcomes that are among the best in the world. It provides certainty, through a clear policy framework to support that ambition, with increased autonomy and clear accountability at every level in the NHS.
The report of the review, which follows the publication of the White Paper, Equity and excellence: Liberating the NHS, sets out the proposals for ALBs in the health and social care sector. These proposals form part of the cross-government strategy to increase accountability and transparency, and to reduce the number and cost of quangos.
Report documenting the key public health challenges facing the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area and laying out priority actions to tackle these challenges. Issues discussed include inequalities in health, obesity and alcohol misuse.
Report describing the obstacles to court diversion schemes for offenders with mental health problems in England and Wales and arguing that early and more structured interventions by the health care and justice systems would improve care and reduce the cost of crime. It identifies examples of good practice in this area in England and Wales and points to the potential of a new model in mental health courts.
Leaflet for staff working in, from, and with Sure Start Children's Centres, as well as for children's centre leaders, children's centre staff, health visitors, midwives, community nurses, therapists, those in maternity services and other healthcare professionals.