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Subject: Public health
Thissecond annual report of the Director of Public Health highlights the many public health challenges that affect people in Northern Ireland. It demonstrates how the public health team tackles this complex agenda by working with many statutory, community and voluntary partner organisations...
This edition of Health in Ireland: Key Trends provides an overview of significant trends in health and the health services during the past decade. The aim is to reflect the main areas of health and health care and to highlight selected topics of growing concern and/or where new data has become...
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An unaccompanied child is a person under the age of 18 who has been separated from both parents and other relatives and is not being cared for by an adult who, by law or custom, is responsible for doing so.  The following guidance has been developed by the Health and Social Care Board, in...
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Separation in Northern Ireland - Family mediation to help you work things out (updated July 2018)
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This annual publication details statistical information on children adopted from care in Northern Ireland during the last financial year. A range of information is available about these children and their adopters as well as the duration between the various stages of the adoption process.
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The Department receives very few EIRs each year, however we will disclose those that we do receive here.
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Presents information on waiting times for patients accessing cancer services at hospitals in Northern Ireland during each quarter.
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The Department’s Workforce Policy Directorate has carried out a workforce review for the domiciliary care workforce following on from the Health and Social Care Board’s (HSCB) Review of Domiciliary Care – A Managed Change. 

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