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  • Health Protection | HSC Public Health Agency
    is located at the PHA Eastern Office in Linenhall Street Belfast This is the first point of call for health professionals and other agencies regarding all health protection incidents queries during working hours Multi disciplinary consultant led health protection teams have been developed around key work areas as reflected on this website Surge capacity for major incident response is provided by a range of staff from across the PHA Latest news PHA reminds people of importance of flu vaccine Reminder to get shingles vaccination Zika advice pregnant women should consider travel plans Carbon Monoxide poisoning Advice if flooding occurs Latest publications Epidemiology of tuberculosis in Northern Ireland Annual surveillance report 2014 Influenza Weekly Surveillance Bulletin Northern Ireland 2015 2016 Summary CDI and MRSA incidence tables 1st April 2006 to present Transmit Health Protection Service bulletin C difficle surveillance quarterly report July September 2015 Print Facebook Twitter Health Protection News Publications Courses and conferences Adverse weather Antibiotic Awareness Blood borne viruses and STIs Ebola E coli O157 Emergency preparedness environmental hazards Gastrointestinal infections Holiday travel advice Healthcare associated infections antimicrobial resistance Health protection improvement inequalities Immunisation vaccine preventable diseases Respiratory diseases Surveillance data Zoonoses Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/directorate-public-health/health-protection (2016-02-11)
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  • Health and Social Wellbeing Improvement | HSC Public Health Agency
    child and young person the best start in life Investment in early years brings significant benefits later in life across areas such as health and wellbeing education employment and reduced violence and crime We are committed to pursuing strongly evidenced programmes to build resilience and promote health and wellbeing Ensure a decent standard of living for all Lower socioeconomic groups have a greater risk of poor health and reduced life expectancy We will focus efforts in a number of areas where working with partners we can impact on achieving a decent standard of living for all Build sustainable communities The views strengths relationships and energies of local communities are essential in building effective approaches to improving health and wellbeing We are committed to community development engaging people in decision making and in shaping their lives and social networks Make healthy choices easier Creating an environment that encourages and supports health is critical We are committed to working across a range of settings to ensure that healthier choices are made easier for individuals Latest news Major moves under way for health service to go smoke free World Cancer Day signs and symptoms and ways to cut the risks Stay sun safe on snow and sand Look out for your neighbours during cold spell Are you inching towards bad health Latest publications Northern Ireland Substitute Prescribing Database Report 31 March 2015 Concerned about suicide Public Health Agency Self Harm Symposium Conference Report Healthy breaks for pre school children poster English and Irish translation Healthy breaks for pre school children leaflet English and Irish translation Print Facebook Twitter Health and Social Wellbeing Improvement News Publications Give every child the best start in life Ensure a decent standard of living for all Build sustainable communities Make healthier choices easier Skin cancer prevention Conferences Workshops

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/directorate-public-health/health-and-social-wellbeing-improvement (2016-02-11)
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  • Service Development and Screening | HSC Public Health Agency
    review assessment of the health and wellbeing needs of the population and evidence based practice They also have a key role in supporting the development implementation and evaluation of regional service frameworks Latest news You in Mind Your Experience Matters Handy new shower card helps to catch breast cancer early Don t be tempted to give your skin a roasting Cancer patients have their say on services in Northern Ireland New breast cancer campaign be aware get checked early Latest publications Cervical screening the colposcopy examination English and 11 translations Cervical cancer it s best to take the test English and 11 translations Cervical screening your results explained English and 11 translations Evaluation of a Public Information Campaign on Organ Donation Newborn blood spot screening English and 10 translations Print Facebook Twitter Service Development and Screening News Publications Screening Group B Streptococcus and pregnancy NIMACH NICORE Commissioning teams Northern Ireland Cerebral Palsy Register Northern Ireland Cancer Registry Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts Consultations Webcasts Links Contact Legal information Freedom of Information Cookies Privacy Policy Terms of use and disclaimer Our websites www aaascreening info www becancerawareni info www breastfedbabies org www cancerscreening hscni net www choosetolivebetter com

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/directorate-public-health/service-development-and-screening (2016-02-11)
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  • HSC Research and Development www.research.hscni.net | HSC Public Health Agency
    governance processes to be as efficient as possible creates opportunities for researchers to compete for research funding on a wider UK or international basis supports innovation as a means of transferring HSC R D findings into practice ensures personal and public involvement PPI in HSC R D We work closely with clinical and academic researchers based in Health and Social Care Trusts HSCTs and universities policy makers in the DHSSPS practitioners throughout HSCTs staff in other HSC bodies members of the public including patients and clients HSC R D Division has a local focus and works in partnership with other public sector organisations charities and businesses that are involved in health and social care research across Northern Ireland Yet HSC R D acknowledges that health and social care research is a global endeavour and so also forms effective partnerships and close working relationships with our counterparts in the other UK administrations and internationally in particular in Ireland the rest of the European Union and the United States of America These partnerships are vital to the funding and delivery of our programmes and initiatives HSC R D Division is currently headed up by Dr Janice Bailie Assistant Director HSC R D It is part of the Public Health Directorate led by Dr Carolyn Harper Director of Public Health DPH The DPH and HSC R D Division are also supported by Professor Ian Young in the joint role of Director of R D for the HSC and Chief Scientific Advisor to the DHSSPS An R D Strategic Advisory Group is in place to advise the Director of R D To view more information on the group click HSC R D Strategic Advisory Group pdf For further information on HSC R D Division please see our main website www research hscni net Latest

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/directorate-public-health/hsc-research-and-development (2016-02-11)
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  • Directorate of Nursing and Allied Health Professions | HSC Public Health Agency
    dietitians occupational therapists orthoptists physiotherapists podiatrists radiographers and speech and language therapists Service improvement underpins our work in the areas of nursing patient safety and quality AHP and PPI Print Facebook Twitter Directorates Public Health Nursing and Allied Health Professions Nursing Allied Health Professions and Personal and Public Involvement Centre for Connected Health HSC Safety Forum Safety and Quality Operations Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts Consultations Webcasts

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/directorate-nursing-and-allied-health-professions (2016-02-11)
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  • Nursing | HSC Public Health Agency
    with colleagues in developing midwifery services Providing advice on all matters relating to children s services professional input into the development monitoring and review of policy with regards to children s services promoting the agenda for children across Northern Ireland in relation to policy practice and education and liaising closely with colleagues in developing children s services Provision of health facility planning nursing advice on all major capital Priorities for Action PfA schemes in Northern Ireland Business case analysis Decontamination Healthcare associated infections HCAIs in relation to the estate clinical waste management and management of medical devices Monitoring and investigation of adverse incidents reported to the Northern Ireland Adverse Incident Centre NIAIC Chair of GAIN Medical Devices Committee Emergency planning Nursing leads Molly Kane Regional Lead Nurse Consultant Mental Health and Learning Disability Siobhan McIntyre Regional Lead Nurse Consultant Commissioning Rose McHugh Lead Primary Care Nurse Verena Wallace Lead Midwife Deirdre Webb Lead Children s Nurse Oriel Brown Nurse Consultant Service Development and Service Improvement Prescribing Mary McElroy Safety Quality and Patient Experience Lead Latest news Views sought on autism and mental health services for children and young people HSCB PHA Annual Quality Report demonstrates the work involved in quality care Reduce your risk of stroke World Stroke Day 2015 Time to take the scare out of palliative care Health and social care professionals welcome findings from Northern Ireland Audit of Dementia Care in Acute Hospitals Latest publications Communicating effectively with a person living with dementia Learning Matters Newsletters Phase 1 Delivering care A framework for nursing and Midwifery Workforce planning to support person centred care in Northern Ireland 10 000 Voices annual report Job Planning Guidance Toolkit for Clinical Nurse Specialist Roles Print Facebook Twitter Nursing News Publications Service development and improvement Safeguarding Children and Young People Children s

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/directorate-nursing-and-allied-health-professions/nursing (2016-02-11)
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  • Allied Health Professions and Personal and Public Involvement | HSC Public Health Agency
    actively engaging with those who use our services carers and the public to discuss their ideas our plans their experiences our experiences why services need to change what people want from services how to make the best use of resources and how to listen to these views and therefore improve the quality and safety of services Michelle Tennyson is the Assistant Director with responsibility for AHPs and PPI Latest news Survey seeks views on services for children and young people Have your say on Health and Social Care HSC priorities for the coming year Setting the standards for patient care Neurological conditions the focus of patient care improvement Patients families and carers asked to share their experiences of palliative care Latest publications Regional Health and Social Care Personal and Public Involvement Forum Annual Update Report 2014 15 Regional Guidelines for management of patients absent Without Leave AWOL AHP Services Data Definitions Guidance June 2015 Regional Health and Social Care Personal and Public Involvement Forum Annual Update Report 2013 14 Setting the Standards Personal and Public Involvement PPI Print Facebook Twitter Allied Health Professions and Personal and Public Involvement News Events Publications Allied Health Professions Personal and Public Involvement PPI Site

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/directorate-nursing-and-allied-health-professions/allied-health-professions-and-personal-and-pub (2016-02-11)
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  • Centre for Connected Health and Social Care | HSC Public Health Agency
    needs of the population In addition to this the CCHSC wishes to contribute to the advancement of the wider European e health agenda and work with partners to secure economic gains for Northern Ireland through the development of the region as a centre for research development and application of connected health technologies In August 2008 the CCHSC put out a tender for the provision of an end to end remote telemonitoring service in Northern Ireland RTNI The development of the RTNI service was initiated by the DHSSPS as part of a modernisation of services for patients clients living with complex long term conditions such as heart failure chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder COPD diabetes and stroke As required over time the service will be applied to patients clients with other conditions including but not limited to cancer and neurological diseases as well as with those receiving palliative care It will also be applied to the provision of telecare services After a complex procurement process the RTNI managed service contract was awarded on 16 March 2011 to TF3 a consortium comprising Tunstall Fold and S3 Group For more information on Telemonitoring Northern Ireland please see www telemonitoringni info Print Facebook Twitter Centre

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/directorate-nursing-and-allied-health-professions/european-centre-connected-health (2016-02-11)
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