Labour Peer , 30 Nov 1996 –
Labour Peer , 30 Nov 1997 –
Steps the Department of Health and Social Care and the NHS are taking to support the mental health of the NHS workforce in England – Baroness Thornton.
Government amendments to the wording on patient responsibilities to the NHS in the NHS Constitution Handbook. – Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe.
Response of the NHS to cyber attacks – Lord Hunt of Kings Heath.
Report from the Select Committee on the Long-term Sustainability of the NHS – Lord Patel.
Tenth Delegated Legislation Committee: Draft Employment Rights Act 1996 (NHS Recruitment â Protected Disclosure) Regulations 2018.
Encouraging the adoption of artificial intelligence in the NHS – Lord Holmes of Richmond.
Defence: Armed forces and veterans mental health.
Witnesses: ...Ulster University Dr Beverly Bergman, University of Glasgow Dr Lucy Abraham, Lothian Service Lead, Veterans First Point Scotland Dr Neil Kitchiner, Director and Consultant Clinical lead, Veterans NHS Wales Dr Walter Busuttil, Director of Medical Services, Combat Stress Rod Eldridge, Clinical lead, Walking with the Wounded Karen Mead, Head of Psychological Wellbeing, Help for Heroes
Housing, Communities and Local Government: Long term funding of adult social care.
Witnesses: ...Pickup, Deputy Chief Executive, Local Government Association John Jackson, Co-Lead of the Resources Policy Network, Association of Directors of Adult Social Care Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England
This House has considered e-petition 205106 relating to the privatisation of NHS services – Mike Hill.
Steve Brine: ...financial years between 2014-15 and 2016-17. Financial year FAEs Mean waiting time (days) 2014-15 135 53.64 2015-16 189 69.62 2016-17 264 107.47 Source: Hospital Episode Statistics, NHS Digital. Note: An FAE is the first period of inpatient care under one consultant within one healthcare provider. FAEs are counted against the year or month in which the admission...
Anneliese Dodds: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what discussions he has had with NHS England on the decision to disband its specialist team focused on combating female genital mutilation.
Anneliese Dodds: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what discussions he has had with NHS England on how strategic planning to combat female genital mutilation will take place after the decision was taken to disband the specialist team focused on that issue.
Emma Hardy: ...for Health and Social Care, with reference to the Public Health England report on deaths associated with neurological conditions in England 2001-14, what discussions his Department has had with NHS England on the priority to be accorded to neurological services; and if he will make a statement.
Jackie Doyle-Price: Data collected via the Health and Justice Indicators of Performance is used by NHS England commissioners to performance manage healthcare providers in prisons. NHS England currently does not have plans to publish this data. Prison healthcare providers commissioned by NHS England are responsible for referring patients diagnosed with hepatitis C virus infection to specialist services for...
Jackie Doyle-Price: ...and children’s services on 31 December 2017 are shown in the table. Specialist in-patient mental health beds Bury 174 North West 1,216 England (national figure) 9,349 Source: NHS England Unify2 – KH03 Note: The KH03 collection does not give an overall number of inpatient mental health beds, as these are not all ‘consultant led’. Some mental...
Nadhim Zahawi: ...specialist SEND advisers. Where local area performance, such as the commissioning of services, is a particular concern, officials work closely with partners, including the Department of Health and Social Care and NHS England, to engage jointly with local areas to provide support and challenge.
Steve Brine: ...in our country. My second point is on data sharing. We know that, due to the rarity of many types of brain tumours, it is vital that we use patient data more effectively— the hon. Member for Hove (Peter Kyle) spoke very well about that—ensuring that it is shared safely, securely and lawfully not only between the NHS, charities and academia, but between like-minded countries...
Jackie Doyle-Price: ...points on which we differ, it is clear that we all share a determination to address the issues that have been raised. Clearly, a number of women have experienced extreme suffering, and it is important that the NHS does its best to make life better for those women and gives them the treatment that they need. I say to Members that if there is any evidence that women are not getting the...
Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...your Lordships’ House when I say it was good to hear that, despite the poor early prognosis, Yulia Skripal was well enough to be discharged from hospital last week. That is testimony to the quick and professional response of the emergency services and the incredible NHS staff, and I hope—I am sure I speak for all Members of your Lordships’ House—that Sergei...
Valerie Vaz: ...cards is a distraction. It is only as a result of 2014 Government policy that evidence is required, and landing cards are only one form of such evidence; there are others, including tax returns, national insurance numbers and NHS numbers. Can we, therefore, have a statement next week so that the Home Secretary can tell the House what she appeared not to know earlier this week—how...