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Northern Ireland Assembly: health, social services and public safety: Early Screening: Heart Disease,  Stroke and Kidney Disease (28 Jan 2008)

Michael McGimpsey: I have no plans to introduce screening for those conditions. Heart disease, strokes, diabetes and kidney disease make up a fifth of all hospital admissions. The Prime Minister recently announced his intention to introduce check-ups to monitor those conditions. The UK National Screening Committee will advise him on the evidence for additional screening procedures. My Department is represented...

Northern Ireland Assembly: health, social services and public safety: Influenza Vaccination (28 Jan 2008)

Alban Maginness: I thank the Minister for his answer. Is there any data on the effect of the uptake rate of the vaccination on the size of the winter flu outbreak and hospital admissions from respiratory infections? In a recent poll about the vaccination, 25% of GPs felt that the vaccination was unnecessary: will the Minister comment on that point?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Programme for Government  and Investment Strategy (28 Jan 2008)

Iris Robinson: ...among children — are rising at an alarming rate. The Committee also supports the assertion that, in the areas of mental health and learning disability, we are over reliant on long-stay hospitals and the range of primary-community services is limited. The Northern Ireland population’s relatively poor state of health was clearly identified in ‘A Healthier Future: A Twenty Year Vision...

Written Answers — Defence: Departmental Assets (28 Jan 2008)

Derek Twigg: ... May 2003 181,500 Fort Southwick July 2003 764,759 RE Lines and St. Lucia Lodge, Bordon October 2003 4,345,000 Land at Wellington Avenue, Aldershot November 2003 1,000 Land at Hospital Hill, Aldershot February 2004 1,675,649 Land at The Ferns, Aldershot 2003 1,044 Land at Norris Bridge, Aldershot July 2004 75,000 Land at Wellington Avenue, Aldershot...

Written Answers — Children, Schools and Families: GCE A-Levels (28 Jan 2008)

Jim Knight: ...Schools" and "Other Schools". The "Other Schools" category includes the following schools: Community Special Schools Foundation Special Schools Further Education Sector Colleges Community Hospital Schools Foundation Hospital Schools Pupil Referral Unit Armed Forces College.

Written Answers — Children, Schools and Families: Pupils: English Language (28 Jan 2008)

Jim Knight: ... 0.1 20 0.0 Total(6) 3,304,370 100.0 3,268,160 100.0 84,680 100.0 (1 )Includes middle schools as deemed. (2 )Includes maintained and non-maintained special schools. Excludes General Hospital Schools. (3) Excludes dually registered pupils. (4 )The number of pupils by their first language expressed as a percentage of the number of pupils of compulsory school age and above....

Companies: Pay Increases (28 Jan 2008)

Lord Jones of Birmingham: ...of the gentlemen who flew around the world with the Prime Minister; I just wish that I was super-rich. I remind noble Lords that since 1997 nurses have had a 44 per cent increase in their pay; for hospital doctors the increase was 69 per cent; for ambulance staff it was 97 per cent; and for police officers it was 44 per cent. Let us please get this into perspective. Every day, people...

Orders of the Day: Planning and Energy Bill (25 Jan 2008)

John Battle: ...pure and green, why not blend sources together and create new possibilities like the developers of that estate in Northumberland, which was kept warm by a complex of renewable energy sources? Hospital waste cannot be buried. I had a furious row with some "deep greens" who said "We cannot burn hospital waste." Well, hospital waste must be burnt, but why not install a combined-heat-and-power...

Written Answers — Health: Childbirth: Greater London (25 Jan 2008)

Andrew Dismore: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many babies were born at (a) Barnet, (b) Royal Free and (c) Edgware hospitals in (i) each of the last three years and (ii) 2007-08 to date; in each hospital how many pregnancies resulted in complications; how many Caesarean sections were performed in each hospital; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Health: Departmental Public Expenditure (25 Jan 2008)

Ben Bradshaw: ...of the 2007 departmental report is shown in the following table. Consumption of resources by activity Near cash outturn 2005-06 (£000) National health service 72,156 O f which: Hospital and community health services 68,955 O f which: Health authorities unified budgets and central allocations and grants to local authorities 68,955 Family health services...

Written Answers — Health: Health Professions: Barnet (25 Jan 2008)

Andrew Dismore: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many (a) hospital doctors, (b) nurses, (c) GPs, (d) GP practice nurses, (e) nurse practitioners, (f) modern matrons, (g) community matrons and (h) NHS managers there were in Barnet in (i) 1997 and (ii) 2006-07; and if he will make a statement.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Domestic Abuse: Domestic Abuse (25 Jan 2008)

Richard Baker: To ask the Scottish Executive how many children and young people were admitted to hospital in Grampian as a result of domestic violence in (a) 2002, (b) 2003, (c) 2004, (d) 2005, (e) 2006 and (f) 2007.

Scottish Parliament: Organ Donation (24 Jan 2008)

Christine Grahame: ...acute brain injury in Spain, mainly owing to the higher number of road accidents, and there is a much more developed transplant infrastructure in place, including transplant co-ordinators in every hospital. These factors alone are responsible for much of the increased availability of organs for transplant. Other countries in Europe also have a policy of presumed consent, but some actually...

Health: Drug Tariff Part IX (24 Jan 2008)

Lord Addington: something does not work in 10 per cent of cases? That is a reasonable question. If the department finds itself having to provide other services, such as emergency services and admissions to hospital, what would that do to the pricing structure? The general consensus from the briefing that I have received—and people have been on their toes—seems to be that the system is delivering...

[Mr. Greg Pope in the Chair] — Global Security (Middle East) (24 Jan 2008)

Kim Howells: ...tell him that the European Commission pays for the industrial diesel for the power station in Gaza through the temporary international mechanism. The Palestinian Authority pays for the fuel for the hospital generators and so on. Some 10 electricity lines run from Israel into Gaza and one runs from Egypt. Touch wood, all of them are operating. My hon. Friend the Member for Ilford, South...

Non-governmental Organisations (24 Jan 2008)

Baroness Sharples: ...has 44 staff and spends £700 million taken from dairy farmers plus £5 from you and me. How many quangos have been closed down? There are now 94 different organisations and officials inspecting hospitals. The story grows. On the Olympics, why are there so many departments and agencies that cost £170 billion, which is five times the defence budget? The mind boggles. On another note, I...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 151 (24 Jan 2008)

Stephen O'Brien: ...devolution. To a lesser degree, that applies to those who represent Welsh constituents in the Westminster Parliament in relation to English matters, such as when my neighbours are treated in a hospital in my constituency. With those matters in mind, there is still this overhanging difficulty about the accountability through this place and giving our constituents the power to hold to...

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