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Statistics from the Substitute Prescribing Database
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
Statistics on clients in contact with Substitute Prescribing treatment services during the year broken down by Health and Social Services Board in Northern Ireland.
Statistics on Community Care for Adults in Northern Ireland
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
The report presents information on activity for all Programmes of Care gathered from HSC Trusts including comparisons over the past 5 years for the main activities. All information included in this report is collected by Community Information Branch via annual and quarterly statistical returns from HSC Trusts in Northern Ireland. Some additional tables have been included in the report for reference, i.e. Social Services Workforce. This release was previously known as Adult Community Statistics.
Statistics on Smoking Cessation Services in Northern Ireland
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
This information release provides information on smoking cessation services in Northern Ireland between 1st April and 31st March.
Survey of Domiciliary Care Users in Northern Ireland 2009
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
This publication presents findings from the 2009 survey of home care service users, administered by Community Information Branch (CIB) of the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPS). The Northern Ireland Audit Office’s Older People and Domiciliary Care report (2007) highlighted the lack of information on the quality of domiciliary care in Northern Ireland. The subsequent Public Accounts Committee recommended that the DHSSPS collect information on the quality of domiciliary care. This survey was designed to focus on the service users' experiences of domiciliary care in relation to the level and quality of care they expect or need. It was also used to investigate whether the service users questioned had been involved in the planning of their care and to examine whether they had received written information about their care plans from their provider.
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