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  • Professional Medical Issues | HSC Public Health Agency
    Medical and Dental Training Agency NIMDTA on medical training and medical workforce planning 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 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

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/directorate-public-health/professional-medical-issues (2016-02-11)
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  • Public Health Annual Research and Practice Conferences | HSC Public Health Agency
    Facebook Twitter Public Health Annual Research and Practice Conferences Public Health Annual Research and Practice Conference 2016 Public Health Annual Scientific Conference 2015 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

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/directorate-public-health/public-health-annual-research-and-practice-conferences (2016-02-11)
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  • Safety and Quality | HSC Public Health Agency
    incident SAI The following criteria will determine whether or not an adverse incident constitutes a serious adverse incident SAI Serious injury to or the unexpected unexplained death including suspected suicides and serious self harm of a service user a service user known to mental health services including child and adolescent mental health services CAMHS or Learning Disability LD within the last two years a staff member in the course of their work a member of the public while visiting a HSC facility Unexpected serious risk to a service user and or staff member and or member of the public Unexpected or significant threat to provide service and or maintain business continuity Serious assault including homicide and sexual assault by a service user on other service users on staff on members of the public occurring within a healthcare facility or in the community where the service user is known to mental health services including CAMHS or LD within the last two years Serious incidents of public interest or concern involving theft fraud information breaches or data loss The current arrangements for reporting and learning from SAIs are defined in the table below Regional Adverse Incident Learning RAIL A new model of information management for adverse incidents was developed in consultation with around 200 HSC staff from a range of backgrounds The Regional Adverse Incident Learning model RAIL has been approved by the departmental board of the DHSSPS and the Health Minister RAIL will aim to maximise the reporting of adverse incidents and near misses ensure that learning from all incidents and near misses where relevant is identified provide a mechanism to share learning from adverse incidents in a meaningful way within the HSC ensure that learning from adverse incidents is put into practice in a timely manner The project team and

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  • Directorates
    Professions 8 Nursing 9 Allied Health Professions and Personal and Public Involvement 10 Centre for Connected Health 11 HSC Safety Forum 12 Safety and Quality 13 Operations 14 Planning and Corporate Services 15 Communications and Knowledge Management 16 2011 Public Health Agency Designed and produced by the Public Health Agency Source URL http www publichealthagency org directorates Links 1 http www publichealthagency org directorate public health 2 http www publichealthagency org directorate public health health protection 3 http www publichealthagency org directorate public health health and social wellbeing improvement 4 http www publichealthagency org directorate public health service development and screening 5 http www publichealthagency org directorate public health hsc research and development 6 http www publichealthagency org directorate public health professional medical issues 7 http www publichealthagency org directorate public health public health annual research and practice conferences 8 http www publichealthagency org directorate nursing and allied health professions 9 http www publichealthagency org directorate nursing and allied health professions nursing 10 http www publichealthagency org directorate nursing and allied health professions allied health professions and personal and pub 11 http www publichealthagency org directorate nursing and allied health professions european centre connected health 12 http www publichealthagency org

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/print/242 (2016-02-11)
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  • News | HSC Public Health Agency
    Screening HSC Research and Development Professional Medical Issues Directorate of Nursing and Allied Health Professions Nursing Allied Health Professions and Personal and Public Involvement Centre for Connected Health and Social Care HSC Safety Forum Directorate of Operations Planning and Corporate Services Communication and Knowledge Management Title Published Maintaining hygiene in schools nurseries playgroups and child minders with no water supply 02 01 2011 Northern Ireland HIV figures published ahead of World AIDS Day 30 11 2015 PHA urges employers to support workers to stub it out 29 04 2014 PHA warns Misuse of drugs can be fatal 24 10 2013 Raising mental health awareness at Pride 24 07 2015 Time to take the scare out of palliative care 26 10 2015 Taking the test could save your life PHA launches bowel cancer screening programme awareness campaign 03 02 2012 Age of Change Conference 15 03 2013 14 03 Death by postcode report on health inequalities 16 06 2010 Focus on health inequalities programme 27 October 24 November 2010 13 09 2010 10 000 Voices report highlights success of phase one 14 11 2014 2010 Bamford Implementation Rapid Review Scheme Successful applications 21 12 2010 2012 Public Health Agency Media Award

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  • News | HSC Public Health Agency
    Screening HSC Research and Development Professional Medical Issues Directorate of Nursing and Allied Health Professions Nursing Allied Health Professions and Personal and Public Involvement Centre for Connected Health and Social Care HSC Safety Forum Directorate of Operations Planning and Corporate Services Communication and Knowledge Management Title Published Smokers supported in kicking the habit this New Year 04 01 2010 Parents urged to vaccinate children with MMR 06 01 2010 Everyone urged to take care during the cold weather to help prevent slips and falls 11 01 2010 Strictly Trash Fashion 14 01 2010 Public Health Agency urges women to attend when called for cervical screening 18 01 2010 TB Factsheet 19 01 2010 TB SCREENING ARRANGED FOR BALLYCLARE HIGH SCHOOL 19 01 2010 Electric Blanket Testing roadshows in your area 19 01 2010 Wake up to the health benefits of breakfast 25 01 2010 Agency calls for vigilance over vomiting virus 09 02 2010 Tackling alcohol and drug misuse 10 02 2010 Reduce your drinking reduce your risk of breast cancer 15 02 2010 Smokers do you want to break free asks Public Health Agency 22 02 2010 Keep Warm packs for vulnerable groups 22 02 2010 Health 4 U

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  • Public Health Annual Research and Practice Conference - Call for Abstracts | HSC Public Health Agency
    are invited to consider a range of preventive public health interventions their resulting health and anticipated economic benefits By detecting disease early and tackling primary risk factors public health interventions can help mitigate the huge cost burden associated with chronic diseases However unless economic benefits are estimated in evaluations an opportunity to present the economic argument is lost To demonstrate the economic worth of public health interventions a range of economic techniques are available including cost effectiveness analysis return on investment analysis and more recently social return on investment analysis Whilst a formal economic analysis is not essential an attempt to estimate the anticipated economic return of a programme is encouraged Presenters are invited to submit an abstract on the pro forma available below describing a current or recently completed evidence based public health initiative intervention innovation and or high quality research study in Northern Ireland relevant to the conference theme Abstracts are welcome from all sectors of the research and practice communities with an interest in making life better for all Please note the closing date for submission of abstracts using the attached proforma is 4pm on Wednesday 16 March 2016 Submissions to be emailed to lesley armour hscni

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/news/public-health-annual-research-and-practice-conference-call-abstracts (2016-02-11)
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  • Views sought on autism and mental health services for children and young people | HSC Public Health Agency
    000 Voices aims to involve the public in shaping future healthcare services across Northern Ireland The initiative acknowledges that patient and client contribution is fundamental to ensuring that services are commissioned to deliver better outcomes for patients their families and carers We want people to tell us about their experiences of health and social care and to highlight the things that were important to them The information we receive will help us to direct how health and social care is shaped and delivered in Northern Ireland 10 000 Voices would like to hear your story if you or someone you care for has had experience with the following services in the past twelve months Autism children and young people up to age 18 Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services CAMHS You can tell your story by completing a survey at www 10000voices info or you can complete it by downloading the app Go to the app store and download SenseMaker Enter the Activity Code 10KVoicesAutismandCAMHS Paper versions of the survey are also available on request Tony Rodgers Assistant Director of Social Care and Children with the Health and Social Care Board said This project creates a very important opportunity for children young people and their families to share their experiences of CAMHS and paediatric autism services By capturing their stories we will have a very rich source of meaningful information from across the region giving an accurate picture of what works well but also where changes and improvements may be needed The results of the survey will provide a very solid basis for influencing the shape and development of these services both in the short and longer term For further information on 10 000 Voices please contact Christine Armstrong Regional Lead for 10 000 Voices christine armstrong setrust hscni net

    Original URL path: http://www.publichealthagency.org/news/views-sought-autism-and-mental-health-services-children-and-young-people (2016-02-11)
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