Results 161–180 of 3100 for speaker:Margaret Ewing

Scottish Parliament: Question Time — Scottish Executive — General Questions: NHS 24 (Performance) (26 May 2005)

Margaret Ewing: I thank the minister for his answer, although I did not hear the first part because of the acoustics. We cannot anticipate the findings of Owen Clarke's report, which will be published next week. I hope that the report will be brought directly to Parliament and not drip-fed through the media in the days preceding publication. Does the minister accept that concern is widespread in our...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Digital Technology: Digital Technology (26 May 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will subsidise communities which have access to satellite broadband only, given that satellite broadband is more expensive than ADSL broadband.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (26 May 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive what the current level of choice is for stoma patients who wish to obtain their appliances from a number of sources and how this will change after April 2006.

Scottish Parliament written answers — NHS Staff: NHS Staff (26 May 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive how many stoma specialist nurses there are, broken down by NHS board area.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Prescription Charges: Prescription Charges (26 May 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive what concerns have been reported by (a) NHS boards and (b) patients in light of the plan to discontinue the option of supply of stoma appliances on a prescription basis directly from appliance contractors from April 2006.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (23 May 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive what level of specialist care and support is offered to patients who have a stoma, in light of the personal and delicate nature of the procedure.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Mental Health: Mental Health (23 May 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive what proportion of the NHS budget has been allocated for the provision of mental health services in each year since 1999, broken down by NHS board.

Scottish Parliament: Promoting Scotland Worldwide (18 May 2005)

Margaret Ewing: I am sure that Gordon Jackson and others will be pleased to hear that I will not go down the constitutional route in my speech. My views are well known in that respect; I do not have to rehearse them in the debate today. I want to address my remarks to the report, which is one of the most significant that has been placed before the chamber in the history of the Parliament. Some of its...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Homelessness: Homelessness (29 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive how many people have been classified as homeless in each year since 1999, broken down by local authority area.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (29 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive how it defines overcrowding with regard to accommodation.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (29 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive what difficulties it has encountered in implementing its pledge to give everyone the right to a home by 2012.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (29 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive how many families of (a) three, (b) four, (c) five, (d) six and (e) seven or more people have resided in (i) one, (ii) two, (iii) three and (iv) four-bedroom accommodation in each year since 1999, broken down by local authority area.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Nursing: Nursing (29 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive how many fully-trained psychiatric nurses there are in each NHS board area.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Mental Health: Mental Health (28 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive what responsibility the European Union places on the Executive to ensure that there is a legislative framework for the diagnosis and treatment of any form of mental illness and what directives apply in this respect.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Mental Health: Mental Health (28 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive what research will be undertaken by further and higher education institutions to develop appropriate procedures to implement the provisions of the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003.

Scottish Parliament: Make Poverty History (27 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: I am sure that I will not be the last to congratulate Des McNulty on bringing the motion before the chamber, because it is a subject on which there is cross-party agreement. I congratulate him on the endless work that he does on behalf of the cross-party international development group of the Scottish Parliament, which is one of the most successful cross-party groups. The debate reflects many...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Homelessness: Homelessness (27 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive what the average number of times a year was that a family in temporary accommodation moved from one type of temporary accommodation to another in each year since 1999.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Homelessness: Homelessness (27 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive how many people reside in temporary accommodation; how long the average stay is in temporary accommodation, and what its definition is of temporary accommodation.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Housing: Housing (25 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive how many dwellings are unoccupied, broken down by local authority area.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Mental Health: Mental Health (25 Apr 2005)

Margaret Ewing: To ask the Scottish Executive what proportion of state-registered nurse training is allocated to dealing with psychiatric illnesses.


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