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Written Answers — Health: Chronic Fatigue (15 Jun 2005)

Liam Byrne: The project funded by the national health service health technology assessment programme, Cognitive behavioural therapy in chronic fatigue syndrome: a randomised controlled trial of an outpatient group programme", for which the grant holder is the North Bristol NHS trust, has been allocated a total of £75,432.

Written Answers — Health: Hepatology (15 Jun 2005)

Liam Byrne: The Department has drawn the attention of specialised commissioning groups to the need to plan on the basis of the national definition for specialised hepatology services. In that context they will need to consider that some activities will be restricted to the seven liver transplant centres while other treatments should only be carried out at hepatology centres where the full range of...

European Affairs (15 Jun 2005)

Liam Fox: ...pact, which was designed to reassure those sceptical about financial discipline, has been a farce. A large country can get away with ignoring it, but a small one cannot. There is one rule for one group and no rule at all for another. There is no doubt that resentment about the euro was at least one of the factors behind the French rejection of the constitution and was an issue in the Dutch...

Written Answers — Health: Private Finance Initiative (20 Jun 2005)

Liam Byrne: ...Care NHS Trust Luton and Dunstable Hospital NHS Trust Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust West Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust Northumbria Health Care NHS Trust—Hexham Dudley Group of Hospitals NHS Trust Berkshire Healthcare NHS Trust Royston, Buntingford and Bishops Stortford PCT Guildford and Waverley PCT The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust Gloucestershire...

National Health Service (20 Jun 2005)

Liam Byrne: ..., about 86 per cent. of patients said that they would recommend it to other patients. What is more, early evidence from those pilots shows strong support for choice from patients of all social groups. If choice is so important for patients, I believe that we are duty bound to respond. That is why increasing patient choice is at the heart of our programme of reform and why we are committed...

Written Answers — Health: Elder Abuse (22 Jun 2005)

Liam Byrne: ...at partnerships and regulation in protection of adults. The aim of the study is to examine the operation of the range of regulatory frameworks relevant to adult protection for all service user groups including older people. It is focusing on the system designed to identify and respond to incidents of abuse and the links between adult protection and criminal justice initiatives. A mapping...

Written Answers — Health: Nurses (22 Jun 2005)

Liam Byrne: The Department has not carried out an assessment of the level of risk of back and joint problems within any national health service staff group in comparison with that in the general population. The Health and Safety Executive have stated that one third of reported injuries that result in three or more days off work are caused by manual handling accidents, and that manual handling accidents...

Written Answers — Health: Sickness Absence (22 Jun 2005)

Liam Byrne: The Department does not collect information on sickness absence rates in the national health service broken down by staff groups as requested. Information on rates of sickness absence for all staff groups is shown in the table. Sickness absence rates in the NHS in England Percentage rate 2000 4.7 2001 4.8 2002 4.6 2003 4.7 2004 4.6

Written Answers — Health: Specialists (22 Jun 2005)

Liam Byrne: ...0.40 76 0.09 24 0.05 2001 216 0.44 84 0.08 30 0.06 2002 237 0.48 110 0.10 31 0.06 2003 243 0.49 116 0.10 28 0.06 2004 226 n/a 118 n/a 28 n/a Registrar group Registrar group per 100,000 population Senior house officer Senior house officer per 100,000 1990 6 0.02 3 0.01 1991 8 0.07 (22)— (22)— 1992 10 0.08 4 0.01 ...

Written Answers — Health: Stakeholder Consultations (Continuing Care) (27 Jun 2005)

Liam Byrne: ...organisations. An electronic discussion forum has been established for regular communication and through which staff from across the health and social care community and wider stakeholder groups can contribute to specific parts of the framework.

Written Answers — Health: Epidermolysis Bullosa (28 Jun 2005)

Liam Byrne: ...we do share a commitment with statutory and professional bodies that all health professionals are trained, so that they have the skills and knowledge to deliver a high quality health service to all groups of the population with whom they deal, whatever their condition. Post-registration training needs for national health service staff are determined against local NHS priorities, through...

Written Answers — Health: Jarvis plc (Private Finance Initiative) (28 Jun 2005)

Liam Byrne: In January 2005 Jarvis's shareholding in national health service private finance initiative (PFI) projects was ended when the infrastructure investment group secondary market infrastructure fund bought out its equity interests in two project companies which hold PFI contracts with NHS bodies—the Whittington hospitals NHS trust and Birmingham hospitals NHS trust. Jarvis subsidiary companies...

NHS Dentistry and Primary Health Care (29 Jun 2005)

Liam Byrne: We will publish it in full, even though it is unusual to publish the full details of reports constructed by external working groups. The principles and the details set out next week will be extremely important and I hope that both sides of the House will join in a constructive debate on them. The Minister of State has set out a strategy this afternoon and the next steps will be set out next...

Barbara Clark (30 Jun 2005)

Liam Byrne: ...my personal thanks to the hon. Member for Bridgwater for his valuable contribution. As he rightly said, the national cancer director was recently in touch, and he is at present putting together a group that will consult on how to get the infrastructure in place in the national health service so that when, as we hope, Herceptin is licensed and receives its appraisal from NICE, we can ensure...

Written Answers — Health: General Social Care Council (5 Jul 2005)

Liam Byrne: ...in England. In September, the register will be extended to include social work students. During 2004, the Council carried out a widespread consultation about the order in which the remaining groups of social care staff should be brought into registration. I am considering that their report of the outcome of this consultation in the context of the continuing development of our social care...

Written Answers — Health: Health Services (Contractors) (5 Jul 2005)

Liam Byrne: ...centrally. Name of provider Services provided Number of patients treated to date Nations Healthcare Ophthalmology, general surgery, orthopaedics and trauma 600 Partnership Healthcare Group Trauma and orthopaedics 3,100 Birkdale Clinic Ophthalmology, minor orthopaedics, knee arthroscopies, minor plastics, upper gastrointestinal endoscopies, minor dental surgery 3,900...

NHS (Lincolnshire) (6 Jul 2005)

Liam Byrne: ...challenge, to which the hon. Gentleman alerted the House, particularly in the east Lincolnshire coastal area. Between 1999 and 2004, population growth peaked at 25 per cent. in the 57-year-old age group. As the hon. Gentleman mentioned, postcode analysis demonstrates that the majority of those people were relocating to east Lincolnshire from the former industrial areas of Nottingham,...

Written Answers — Health: Diversity Training (7 Jul 2005)

Liam Byrne: ...a commitment with them that all health professionals are trained to acquire, the skills and knowledge to deliver a high quality health service to the diverse range of individuals, cultures and groups with whom they have contact.

Written Answers — Health: General Social Care Council (11 Jul 2005)

Liam Byrne: ...Development Council (CWDC) in relation to children's services. During 2004, the General Social Care Council (GSCC) carried out a widespread consultation about the order in which the remaining groups of social care staff should be brought into registration. I am considering their report of the outcome of this consultation in the context of the continuing development of our social care...

Written Answers — Health: Ambulance Service Review (12 Jul 2005)

Liam Byrne: An incomplete version of the review of ambulance services was submitted to ministers on 27 May 2005. The review group continued to finalise the report until close to its publication on 30 June 2005. Departmental officials worked closely with the review group throughout the period of the ambulance review.


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