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Upcoming Business – Commons: Main Chamber (6 Nov 2015)

NHS (Charitable Trusts Etc) Bill - 2nd reading – Wendy Morton. Legislation

Upcoming Business – Commons: Main Chamber (14 Oct 2015)

Perinatal Mental Illness (NHS Family Services) – Rehman Chishti. Ten Minute Rule Motion

Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (12 Oct 2015)

NHS pathway for patients in need of urgent assessment who are unable to tolerate tests without general anaesthetic – Baroness Gardner of Parkes. Oral questions

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Cancer Services (5 Oct 2015)

Kieran McCarthy: ...that, if there were such long waiting times in England, heads would roll. Perhaps that is what is wrong here in Northern Ireland: no one accepts responsibility. The Minister leaves his post, the NHS continues to go down the tubes and no one is held accountable. What a shame. As has been said, cancer is a huge scourge on our society. All of us will have family members and friends who...

Scottish Parliament: Cabinet (Meeting) (1 Oct 2015)

Willie Rennie: The First Minister talks about the removal of the quality and outcomes framework, but that is two years away, so it is hardly immediate action. Today—this is what is happening today—NHS Fife told me that it is having to step in to save Methil practice. Yesterday, we learned of pressures in Aberdeen for GPs at night-time, and NHS Dumfries and Galloway has issued a recruitment...

Scottish Parliament: New Psychoactive Substances (29 Sep 2015)

Graeme Dey: ..., also emerging evidence that there are profound effects on mental health. It is important that we put all that in context. The misuse of alcohol and illegal drugs continues to impose a greater burden on our NHS and exacts a far greater toll on the population. Nevertheless, NPS are a growing problem, as is evidenced by the fact that between 2012 and 2013 the number of drug-related deaths...

Scottish Parliament: World Health Organization (25 by 2025 Framework) (29 Sep 2015)

David Torrance: ...39 per cent of adults met physical activity guidelines, which require a minimum of 30 minutes of moderate activity on at least five days a week. In order to counteract those figures, the Scottish Government and NHS Scotland have started several initiatives encouraging people to get active. Exemplary, therefore, is active Scotland, which assists people to find opportunities to exercise in...

Scottish Parliament: Engagements (24 Sep 2015)

...question, she was keen to take the word of Audit Scotland as gospel. Let me therefore end with a quote from the Auditor General for Scotland in October 2014: “The Government has managed to protect the NHS budget”.

Scottish Parliament: Inquiries into Fatal Accidents and Sudden Deaths etc (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (24 Sep 2015)

Johann Lamont: is “to discover if any lessons for future practice can be learned.” That is little comfort to those who seek justice for their loved ones. We must surely be concerned that, because NHS boards set their own policies in relation to adverse event reviews, practice varies from area to area. I urge the minister and the Scottish Government to look again at that matter. If...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Innovation and Skills: Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (23 Sep 2015)

Anna Soubry: I am not aware of this department having received any representations of this nature. The UK has protected the NHS and public services in all trade agreements and will continue to do so in this deal. This is non-negotiable. As Commissioner Malmström and US Trade Representative Froman have said “No EU or US trade agreement requires governments to privatise any service, or prevents...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Innovation and Skills: Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (23 Sep 2015)

Anna Soubry: The UK has protected the NHS and public services in all trade agreements and will continue to do so in this deal. We have made clear to our international partners that this is non-negotiable and sought assurances from them. In response, in January, the European Commissioner for Trade, Cecilia Malmström, wrote an open letter to the then Minister of State for Trade and Investment,...

NHS Lanarkshire (Out-of-hours General Practitioner Services) (23 Sep 2015)

NHS Lanarkshire (Out-of-hours General Practitioner Services)

NHS Grampian (Recruitment and Retention) (Government Support) (23 Sep 2015)

NHS Grampian (Recruitment and Retention) (Government Support)

Scottish Parliament: Robotic Radical Prostatectomy (23 Sep 2015)

Maureen Watt: I am pleased to confirm that, two months earlier than planned, robot-assisted surgery for prostate cancer is now available in NHS Scotland. The first robot has been located in Aberdeen royal infirmary and was purchased with the help of a £1 million capital contribution from the Scottish Government, which added to the magnificent fundraising efforts of the people of the north-east...

Scottish Parliament: Homoeopathic Medicine Prescription Withdrawal (Court of Session Decision) (23 Sep 2015)

Colin Beattie: 5. To ask the Scottish Government what its position is on the Court of Session’s recent decision not to overturn NHS Lothian’s withdrawal of prescriptive homoeopathic medicine to a Midlothian resident. (S4O-04612)

Scottish Parliament: Deep-end General Practices (Support) (23 Sep 2015)

Bob Doris: I recently met GPs at the deep-end Balmore practice in Possilpark. They have a unique situation and they have made an evidence-led and powerful case for more resources from NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. I am in correspondence with the NHS board on the issue and I have written to the cabinet secretary about it. Will the cabinet secretary consider my suggestion to NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde...

Scottish Parliament: General Practitioner Training Programme (23 Sep 2015)

Shona Robison: It is NHS Education for Scotland, working with the GP National Recruitment Office, that oversees arrangements for selection and recruitment into three-year and four-year GP training programmes. In 2015 national recruitment, 305 GP specialty training posts were advertised in Scotland, and 237 were filled, which is a fill rate of 78 per cent. Of the 305 posts, 172 were for the four-year...

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Chief Executive (Meetings) (23 Sep 2015)

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Chief Executive (Meetings)

Scottish Parliament: General Practitioners (Shortage) (23 Sep 2015)

Joan McAlpine: ...I have been told by national health service insiders that the high rates that are being paid to locum doctors, including GPs, can exacerbate the shortage, as some doctors choose to pull out of the NHS and return as part-time locums. Given that trend, would the Scottish Government support health boards that choose to cap the rates that are paid to locums?

Scottish Parliament: General Practitioners (North-east Vacancies) (23 Sep 2015)

Kevin Stewart: I thank the cabinet secretary for attending a recent constructive meeting with GPs, NHS Grampian and colleagues.

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