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Northern Ireland Care Leavers Aged 19
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
Formerly Former Care Leavers. This statistical bulletin presents information on care leavers who had been in the care of Northern Ireland Health and Social Services Trusts three years previously and who reached their 19th birthday during the year ending 31st March.
Northern Ireland Emergency Care Waiting Time Statistics
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
This is the publication of the monthly statistics release on waiting times for all Emergency Care Departments across Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland Fireworks Injuries
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
This statistical release gives details of the number of persons injured by fireworks in Northern Ireland during the Halloween period. The survey coveres a four/five-week period and covers those injuries treated at A&E Departments and Minor Injuries Units.
Northern Ireland GMS Quality and Outcomes Framework Prevalence Bulletin
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
The prevalence bulletin contains bar charts of overall prevalence in Northern Ireland for the 20 Quality & Outcomes Framework registers which count patients with specific conditions or diseases. The report also contains frequency distribution charts for each register.
Northern Ireland General Practice Patient Survey
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
This survey was developed in collaboration with the four UK Health departments, BMA General Practitioners Committee (GPC) and NHS Employers organisation. The results of the survey will be used to determine the level of payment the Health and Social Services Board will make to GP practices for meeting agreed standards on improving patient access to care and consultations with healthcare professionals.
Northern Ireland Health & Social Care Inequalities Monitoring System - Life Expectancy Decomposition
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
Life expectancy at birth is the average number of years a person can expect to live should current mortality patterns stay constant. This report details how trends in mortality by age and cause of death explain recent changes in life expectancy. The results are examined in the context of changes in the recording, measuring and classifi cation of demographic data over recent years.
Northern Ireland Health & Social Care Inequalities Monitoring System - Sub-regional analysis
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
The Health & Social Care Inequalities Monitoring System comprises a basket of indicators to assess area differences in mortality, morbidity, utilisation of and access to health and social care services in Northern Ireland. Trends in Health Inequalities between both the 20% most deprived areas and rural areas within Trust areas compared with Trusts as a whole are reported.
Northern Ireland Health & Social Care Inequalities Monitoring System Bulletin
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
The Health and Social Care Inequalities Monitoring System (HSCIMS) comprises a basket of indicators which are monitored over time to assess area differences in mortality, morbidity, utilisation of and access to health and social care services in Northern Ireland. Inequalities between the 20% most deprived areas (defi ned using the NISRA 2005 Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measure) and Northern Ireland as a whole are measured.
Northern Ireland Health & Social Care Inequalities Monitoring System: An equality analysis of mortality within NI
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
An analysis of mortality within Northern Ireland using the NI Mortality Study.
Northern Ireland Health and Social Care Inequalities Monitoring System Third Update Bulletin
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
The Health and Social Care Inequalities Monitorting System comprises a basket of indicators to assess area differences in mortality, morbidity, utilisation of and access to health and social care services in Northern Ireland. Trends in Health Inequalities between both the 20% most deprived areas and rural areas compared with Northern Ireland as a whole are reported.