Results 1–20 of 506 for speaker:Baroness Michie of Gallanach

Written Answers — House of Lords: NHS: Consultation (19 Dec 2005)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: asked Her Majesty's Government: Regarding the consultation process on the White Paper Your Health, Your Care, Your Say, how they consulted representative groups, such as those with long-term medical conditions; and whether the short timescales given for bottom-up consultation could inhibit opportunities for engagement.

Written Answers — House of Lords: NHS: Consultation (19 Dec 2005)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether, given that 51 people attended the health and social care listening event on 19 July, they consider that the findings from this consultation reflect the majority opinion of the public on these issues.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health White Paper Consultation (13 Dec 2005)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: asked Her Majesty's Government: Why the online questionnaire used as part of the listening exercise in the consultation process on the White Paper Your Health, Your Care, Your Say focused on general practitioner and nursing services only, and used mostly closed questioning, with no space for open comments.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Helicopters ( 7 Apr 2005)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: asked Her Majesty's Government: When the first recommendation was made for the Royal Air Force Chinook helicopter fleet to be fitted with (a) cockpit voice recorders; and (b) accident data recorders; and when the completion of the fit to the entire fleet was made.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Helicopters ( 7 Apr 2005)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: asked Her Majesty's Government: When the Royal Air Force drafted and implemented a formal instrument flight climb procedure for (a) the HC1 Chinook helicopter fleet; and (b) the HC2 helicopter fleet.

Written Answers — House of Lords: RAF: Boards of Inquiry (24 Feb 2005)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: asked Her Majesty's Government: Under what express provision of the statutory scheme for Royal Air Force boards of inquiry in force in 1994 senior reviewing officers could express their opinion on the findings of the members of the board of inquiry before whom evidence was laid; and under what provision they could substitute their own verdict on the facts for that of the board members.

Scotland Act 1998 (Transfer of Functions to the Scottish Ministers etc.) Order 2004 ( 6 Jul 2004)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: My Lords, I should like to ask the Minister a question. I appreciate that these draft statutory instruments have to do with modifications, as the Minister explained at some length, and that they are technical in nature. They deal with naming new bodies, and so on. I very much welcome the statutory instrument which allows the transfer of functions to Scottish Ministers. However, I question why...

Scottish Parliament (Constituencies) Bill (21 Jun 2004)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: I support Amendments Nos. 2 and 3, in the name of my noble friend Lord Mar and Kellie. It seems only sensible and fair that the parliamentary constituency of the Western Isles, Eilean Siar, be given the same protection as Orkney and Shetland against incorporation into a mainland constituency. The noble Lord, Lord Monro, says that he has never heard any suggestion of that happening, but we do...

Scottish Parliament (Constituencies) Bill (25 May 2004)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: My Lords, I am happy to follow the noble Lord, Lord Gray, if for no other reason than to let your Lordships know that I take an absolutely opposite view to everything he has said. I very much welcome the Bill, which is brief and to the point. I commend the Government for sticking to their guns and bringing it forward despite the siren voices and noises off. After wide consultation, the...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Speech and Language Therapists:Pay and Grading (10 Mar 2004)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: asked Her Majesty's Government: What consideration they have given to the 2000 Equal Value case between speech and language therapists and clinical psychologists, and to the loss of comparability between those professions under Agenda for Change; and Whether the job profiles for speech and language therapists will be reviewed if the outcome at early implementer sites confirms the loss of...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Speech and Language Therapists:Pay and Grading (10 Mar 2004)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they have made any projection of the impact on the National Standards Framework for Older People, especially with regard to stroke care, if Agenda for Change results in a significant number of speech and language therapists leaving the National Health Service; and Whether they have made any projection of the impact of Agenda for Change on the provision...

Written Answers — House of Lords: NHS: Agenda for Change Implementation (10 Mar 2004)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: asked Her Majesty's Government: Given that the implementation of Agenda for Change at early implementer sites is still incomplete, how the outcome will be evaluated by the planned national roll-out date of 1 October.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health Professions Council ( 2 Mar 2004)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether the Health Professions Council has decided to cease partnership working with professional bodies on the quality assurance of education programmes in healthcare.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health Professions Council (10 Feb 2004)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: asked Her Majesty's Government: What contingency plans they have in place for patients and clients of therapists who have to stop work because of deregistration from the Health Professions Council.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health Professions Council (10 Feb 2004)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: asked Her Majesty's Government: What is their latest estimate of the numbers of (a) occupational therapists, (b) physiotherapists, and (c) speech and language therapists who have failed to complete their re-registration form correctly for the Health Professions Council.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health Professions Council (10 Feb 2004)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether the Health Professions Order discriminates against speech and language therapists whose qualifications were previously regulated by the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health Professions Council (10 Feb 2004)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they will publish a report on the work of the Health Professions Council with particular reference to the time taken to process applications and respond to inquiries.

Women in Sport (21 Jan 2004)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: My Lords, I am grateful for the opportunity to take part in this debate, albeit briefly. I congratulate the noble Lord, Lord Pendry, on securing the debate. I was glad to hear from him and from others of the initiatives being taken to encourage more women to participate in sport. One noble Lord mentioned the difficulties and the many disincentives which women, particularly working mothers,...

Communications Bill ( 1 Jul 2003)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: My Lords, as I have said previously, I welcome the setting up of Seirbheis nam Meadhanan Gaidhlig, the new Gaelic Media Service. By tabling these amendments we return to the issue of funding and the provision of programmes in Gaelic—that is, the number of television hours per year from the suppliers going out at peak times and not in the middle of the night as so often happens. I am...

Communications Bill (22 May 2003)

Baroness Michie of Gallanach: I thank the Minister for his response to the various amendments. I warmly congratulate him on his correct pronunciation of the word "Gaelic". He pronounced it in the Scots not the Irish way. On a personal note I congratulate the Minister on pronouncing my name correctly. I am grateful for that. Incidentally, I wonder whether the Minister has noticed, or whether those who drafted the Bill are...


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