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Scottish Parliament written answers — Alcohol Misuse: Alcohol Misuse (21 Mar 2011)

Shona Robison: ...into practical advice on action needed to move the joint agenda forward and support joined-up local delivery to improve the awareness, support and service provision for people who have both mental health and substance misuse problems. The Closing the Gaps – Making a Difference report, published in December 2007, sets out six recommendations to be implemented by a range of partners...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Alcohol Misuse: Alcohol Misuse (21 Mar 2011)

Shona Robison: There is a statutory requirement for registered care services for adults to prepare a personal plan which sets out how the health and welfare needs of the person using the service will be met. This requirement is reflected in the National Care Standards. How to ensure that this requirement is met by care services is an operational matter for the Care Commission. The acting chief executive of...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Communities: Communities (21 Mar 2011)

Anne McLaughlin: To ask the Scottish Executive what consideration it gives to the needs of the African and Caribbean communities when developing health policy and which representatives of those communities it consults.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Prison Service: Prison Service (21 Mar 2011)

Kenny MacAskill: ...are accessed in the establishments some are available as part of a work or education placement within the community. Prisoners also currently participate in offending behaviour programmes, health centre or community agency appointments during the normal working day.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Dentistry: Dentistry (18 Mar 2011)

Shona Robison: ..., dental practitioners also receive a general dental practice allowance which is intended to help address practice improvements in relation to the provision of high quality premises, compliance with health and safety requirements and decontamination.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Dentistry: Dentistry (18 Mar 2011)

Shona Robison: The Department of Health reported in 2007 that there was currently no evidence of vCJD having been spread by dentistry and this is still the case. The latest guidance from the Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens (ACDP) on infection control of CJD, vCJD and other human prion diseases in healthcare was published in January 2011 and identifies that the risks of transmission of infection...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Environment: Environment (18 Mar 2011)

Roseanna Cunningham: ...programme are publicly available from SEPA. Local authorities in Scotland regularly review and assess air quality in their areas against objectives for a number of pollutants of concern for human health, including fine particulates. This is supported by monitoring undertaken for the Scottish Government to comply with EU legislation on air quality. The number of sites at which air quality...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Environment: Environment (18 Mar 2011)

Roseanna Cunningham: ...of site specific factors and will aim to ensure that plants comply with the stringent emission standards required by the Waste Incineration Directive, the objectives of which are to protect human health and the environment from the impacts of burning waste. Environmental permits for new energy from waste plants will normally include conditions that specify emission limit values and...

Scottish Parliament written answers — General Practitioners: General Practitioners (18 Mar 2011)

Shona Robison: Both urban and rural GP practices across Scotland, whether dispensing or non-dispensing, are allocated levels of funding to deliver essential and additional Primary Care Services by their local health board (called the global sum). These allocations are determined by the Scottish Allocation Formula which allocates resources on the basis of needs and workload of their patients, taking into...


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