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The Female Genital Mutilation Prevalence Dataset (ISB 1610) is a monthly return of data from acute hospital providers in England. It is an aggregated return of the incidence of FGM including women who have been previously identified and are currently...
This report, generated from Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) A&E data, sets out data coverage, data quality and performance information for the following five A&E indicators: - Left department before being seen for treatment rate - Re-attendance r...
Provisional Monthly Hospital Episode Statistics for Admitted Patient Care, Outpatients and Accident and Emergency Data - April 2014 - December 2014Hospital Episodes Statistics (HES) is a data warehouse containing records of all patients admitted to NHS hospitals in England. It contains details of inpatient care, outpatient appointments and A&E attendance records. Hospital episode statistics (...
A detailed view of the General Practice workforce including GPs by type and practice staff. The general practice census is collected each year and records numbers and details of GPs in England along with information on their practices, staff, p...
This is an overview document covering the annual NHS workforce census (2004 to 2014). All NHS Staff refers to those directly employed by the NHS in Hospital and Community Health Services (HCHS) and by GP practices contracted to the NHS. It excludes...
This statistical bulletin relates to sickness absence rates for staff at NHS organisations on the Electronic Staff Record (ESR) to November 2014.
Users need to be aware of intended changes to the presentation of these statistics. For further information, please read the "revisions and issues section" of this month's bulletin. Provisional monthly figures for headcount, full-time equivalen...
This report is one of four publictions that make up the NHS Staff 2004 - 2014 publication, along with: Non Medical staff 2004 - 2014 General Practice Staff 2004 - 2014 NHS Staff 2004 - 2014 Overview report This report provides a detailed vi...
This report is one of four publications that make up the NHS Staff 2004 - 2014 publication, along with: Medical and Dental staff 2004 - 2014 General Practice Staff 2004 - 2014 NHS Staff 2004 - 2014 Overview report This report provides a deta...
These tables cover the period from 30 April 2008 through to 31 December 2014 and uses four main earnings measures. As expected with provisional statistics, some figures may be revised from month to month as issues are uncovered and resolved. No refre...
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