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Report on Evidential Base and Clinical Practice Aspects of Congenital Cardiac Services The principle drivers that should determine the optimal arrangements for the provision of congenital cardiac services, including  paediatric and adult cardiac surgery, for the population of Northern Ireland is...
This information release, produced by the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety’s Information and Analysis Directorate, provides information on smoking cessation services. Data are included on the monitoring of smoking cessation services in Northern Ireland during the period...
Subject: Cancer services
The Regional Advisory Committee on Cancer Services (RACC) was established in 1997. Its purpose is to advise the Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) on the implementation of the recommendations contained in the Campbell Report Cancer Services: Investing for the Future and on the...
A Position Paper for the Professions Allied to Medicine Patients with cancer are living longer due to early diagnosis and better treatment. In recent years there has been increasing attention to issues related to the quality of life of patients with cancer and a recognition of the potential for...
Subject: Cardiology
This consultation pack has been prepared to provide the public, relevant interest groups and health service staff with information on the outcome of the cardiology and cardiac surgery reviews and to invite comments on the reviews and their recommendation. åÊ
Regional Advisory Committee on Cancer (RACC) was established in 1997 to carry forward the recommendations of the Campbell Report of 1996 and to provide advice to the Department of Health and Social Services on the future development of cancer services. The Committee meets twice a year and its...
Subject: Cancer services
The Cancer Centre, the Belfast City Hospital Trust,* the Royal Victoria Hospital and each of the Cancer Units have appointed Lead Clinicians for Cancer Services. These Clinicians have a responsibility for the overall co-ordination and development of cancer services based at the Centre or Units. åÊ

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