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  • Minutes | HSC Public Health Agency
    2013 253 64 KB PHA board meeting minutes 17 October 2013 221 7 KB PHA board meeting minutes 19 September 2013 276 1 KB PHA board meeting minutes 22 August 2013 293 73 KB PHA board meeting minutes 20 June 2013 286 99 KB PHA board meeting minutes 16 May 2013 280 92 KB PHA board meeting minutes 18 April 2013 268 26 KB PHA board meeting minutes 21 March 2013 344 68 KB PHA board meeting minutes 21 February 2013 364 91 KB PHA board meeting minutes 17 January 2013 330 13 KB PHA board meeting minutes 20 December 2012 280 98 KB PHA board meeting minutes 15 November 2012 353 77 KB PHA board meeting minutes 18 October 2012 166 14 KB PHA board meeting minutes 20 September 2012 320 77 KB PHA board meeting minutes 16 August 2012 418 6 KB PHA board meeting minutes 13 June 2012 324 35 KB PHA board meeting minutes 17 May 2012 359 45 KB PHA board meeting minutes 19 April 2012 329 14 KB PHA board meeting minutes 15 March 2012 330 42 KB PHA board meeting minutes 16 February 2012 380 71 KB PHA board meeting minutes 19 January 2012 182 69 KB PHA board meeting minutes 15 December 2011 309 91 KB PHA board meeting minutes 19 November 2011 328 33 KB PHA board meeting minutes 16 June 2011 278 93 KB PHA board meeting minutes 20 October 2011 301 75 KB PHA board meeting minutes 15 September 2011 341 43 KB PHA board meeting minutes 18 August 2011 351 01 KB PHA board meeting minutes 19 May 2011 254 9 KB PHA board meeting minutes 21 April 2011 258 42 KB PHA board meeting minutes 24 March 2011 241 41 KB PHA board meeting minutes 17 February

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/minutes (2016-02-11)
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  • Board papers | HSC Public Health Agency
    Papers October 2014 pdf 607 32 KB Board Papers September 2014 pdf 4 33 MB Board Papers August 2014 pdf 7 37 MB Board Papers June 2014 pdf 4 35 MB Board Papers May 2014 pdf 6 13 MB Board Papers April 2014 pdf 621 35 KB Print Facebook Twitter About About us PHA structure PHA board Schedule of meetings Agenda Minutes Board papers Documents Offices Freedom of Information Making

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  • Board documents | HSC Public Health Agency
    Minutes Board papers Documents Offices Freedom of Information Making Life Better 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 www enjoyhealthyeating info www fluawareni info www getalifegetactive com www helpprotectyourself info www knowyourlimits info www

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  • Making Life Better
    PHA and chaired by PHA Chief Executive Dr Eddie Rooney will focus on strengthening collaboration and coordination to deliver on shared strategic priorities across sectors at a regional level and on supporting implementation at a local level Membership of the group will comprise the Chief Officers of relevant statutory agencies and include representation from local government community voluntary and private sectors The Regional Project Board will report through the Project Board Chair to the All Departments Officials Group ADOG chaired by the Chief Medical Officer CMO and comprising senior officials from all departments Ministerial Group The Department of Health Social Services and Public Safety DHSSPS Health Development Policy Branch in conjunction with DHSSPS Information Office Executive Information Service and ADOG will be responsible for strategic Ministerial and cross government liaison promotion of Making Life Better Areas of Joint Working The approach to the implementation of Making Life Better is one of partnership and collaboration The collective efforts of the organisations represented on the Regional Project Board will be invested in key areas of work which stand the best chance of making a sustained and positive impact in Northern Ireland These key areas or demonstration programmes will be agreed by the Regional Project Board based on their relevance to Making Life Better their requirement for collaborative working and the ability to regionalise the initiative across Northern Ireland NINIS To facilitate the high level monitoring of progress on the key Making Life Better indicators a dedicated section has been developed on the NINIS website at www ninis2 nisra gov uk 2 Key documents Making Life Better A Whole System Strategic Framework for Public Health 2013 2023 https www dhsspsni gov uk sites default files publications dhssps making life better strategic framework 2013 2023 0 pdf 3 Making Life Better Key indicators and

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/print/2588 (2016-02-11)
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  • Professional Medical Issues
    PHA has a role on a number of professional medical issues including public health training revalidation liaison with the Northern Ireland Medical and Dental Training Agency NIMDTA on medical training and medical workforce planning 2011 Public Health Agency Designed and

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/print/2123 (2016-02-11)
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  • Medical workforce planning | HSC Public Health Agency
    responsible for medical workforce planning and the DHSSPS regional workforce planning group oversees the preparation of workforce plans for Health and Social Care The Director of Public Health Medical Director of PHA chairs a medical workforce subgroup which reports to the DHSSPS regional workforce planning group This subgroup has been tasked with the development of a suite of medical workforce plans for primary and secondary care for the five year period 2013 14 to 2018 19 These will cover all specialities and will be developed incrementally to enable the methodology to be tested and refined The methodology engages stakeholders throughout the project to refine the modelling and outputs The first speciality to be considered is paediatrics with the scope including general paediatrics community paediatrics paediatric specialities and neonatology Each speciality plan is required to take account of key national and regional drivers such as Quality 2020 a strategic move to seven day services and a shift from secondary to primary care as outlined in Transforming Your Care General Medical Council GMC requirements and NICE guidance Print Facebook Twitter Professional Medical Issues Medical workforce planning Medical training with NIMDTA Public health training Revalidation Site menu Home About Directorates News Publications Contracts

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/directorate-public-health/professional-medical-issues/medical-workforce-planning (2016-02-11)
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  • Medical training with the Northern Ireland Medical and Dental Training Agency (NIMDTA) | HSC Public Health Agency
    FINAL Report pdf 53977887 pdf sets out a framework for delivering change to medical training and for doing so with minimum disruption to service It aims to ensure doctors are trained to the highest standards and prepared to meet changing patient needs The PHA is working with NIMDTA to respond to local needs for medical training and education and commission services accordingly The GMC has provided a regulatory structure for safe effective medical education which includes standards for medical trainers called Recognising and Approving Trainers The Implementation Plan The PHA is currently working with NIMDTA to deliver the implementation plan through supporting job planning for trainers If serious concerns are raised during or following NIMDTA visits to Trusts the Health and Social Care Board HSCB and PHA are informed and as appropriate will work with the relevant Trust to ensure service issues are resolved At times that may require service development or modernisation including public consultation where necessary The HSCB and PHA are not responsible for addressing direct training related issues http www shapeoftraining co uk http www gmc uk org education 10264 asp http www nimdta gov uk Print Facebook Twitter Professional Medical Issues Medical workforce planning Medical training

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  • Public health training | HSC Public Health Agency
    spent undertaking a Masters in Public Health at QUB The next three to four years are usually spent working within the PHA or other approved training locations where training is delivered by consultants specialists and practitioners from a range of other backgrounds The PHA provides trainees with the opportunities to work across all the key areas of public health practice i e health protection health improvement screening and service development We are well placed to deliver this training in the PHA with our multidisciplinary workforce and our networks with a wide range of external stakeholders Recruitment to the training programme is by competitive interview and is led by NIMDTA Trainees entering the programme will follow the public health specialty training curriculum set by the UK Faculty of Public Health Evidence of progress towards achieving key competencies and experience is assessed at an annual review of competence progression ARCP Satisfactory progress leads to a Certificate of Completion of Training and eligibility to work at consultant level Any queries regarding the training programme including recruitment queries can be addressed to the Training Programme Director by emailing denise ohagan hscni net Further information on the public health training including the training policy is available via the NIMDTA website www nimdta gov uk specialty training specialty schools medicine medical specialties and the UK Faculty of Public Health www fph org uk training People from backgrounds other than medicine can have experience recognised by the Faculty of Public Health Further information is available via the UK Public Health Register www publichealthregister org uk Foundation training and taster weeks in public health PHA offer taster weeks and four month rotations in public health for foundation year 2 doctors Queries about foundation opportunities in public health contact denise ohagan hscni net Print Facebook Twitter Professional Medical Issues

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