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Oral Answers to Questions — Health

– in the House of Commons at 2:30 pm on 25th January 2011.

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The Secretary of State was asked-

  • GP Commissioning (30 speeches)

    What recent progress he has made in introducing GP commissioning consortia.

  • Cancer Survival Rates (11 speeches)

    What steps he plans to take to increase cancer survival rates.

  • Social and Health Care (11 speeches)

    What steps he is taking to improve co-ordination of social care and health care for the benefit of patients.

  • Alcohol Misuse (Young People) (8 speeches)

    What recent steps he has taken to reduce levels of alcohol misuse among young people.

  • NHS Reorganisation (15 speeches)

    What recent representations he has received on his plans for the internal reorganisation of the NHS; and if he will make a statement.

  • Video Link Consultations (Prisons) (6 speeches)

    What assessment he has made of the effectiveness of video link medical consultations in prisons.

  • BCG Vaccine (4 speeches)

    If he will take steps to increase the availability of the BCG vaccine for children.

  • NHS Waiting Times (8 speeches)

    What assessment he has made of the likely effects on waiting times of his proposed reorganisation of the NHS.

  • Elective Treatments (6 speeches)

    What recent discussions he has had with primary care trusts on their policies on halting elective treatments in cases where such treatment has been demonstrated to be effective.

  • Medical Aids (4 speeches)

    What recent estimate he has made of the monetary value of medical aids issued to patients by hospitals and not returned in the latest period for which figures are available.

  • Topical Questions (40 speeches, 2 annotations)

    If he will make a statement on his departmental responsibilities.