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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 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...
Learning Disability Services Monthly Statistics - Commissioner census (Assuring Transformation), February 2015, Experimental StatisticsThis statistical release makes available the most recent data relating to patients with learning disabilities receiving in-patient care commissioned in England. The release comprises: - This Executive Summary which presents England level analysis o...
This statistical report presents a range of information on obesity, physical activity and diet, drawn together from a variety of sources. The topics covered include: - Overweight and obesity prevalence among adults and children - Physical activity...
Making clinical audit data transparent In his transparency and open data letter to Cabinet Ministers on 7 July 2011, the Prime Minister restated the commitment to make clinical audit data available from the national audits within the National Clini...
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 equivalent, r...
The NHS Outcomes Framework indicators form part of the NHS Outcomes Framework. These indicators have been designed to provide national-level accountability for the outcomes the NHS delivers and drive transparency, quality improvement and outcome meas...
This report presents initial findings from the 2014 Learning Disability Census. Data were collected via the Health and Social Care (HSCIC) on behalf of the Department of Health, the Care Quality Commission, Public Health England and NHS England. Th...
Update (26 March 2015) Provider Level Analysis released. Update: (25 February 2015) the summary report containing headline figures has been replaced by detailed analysis and additional Excel files have been released. Hospital Episodes Statistics...
Update: (26 March 2015) Provider Level Analysis released. Update: (25 February 2015) the summary report containing headline figures has been replaced by detailed analysis and additional Excel files have been released. For the 2013-14 financial y...
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