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Mr. Byrne [holding answer 14 March 2006]: The maternity standard of the national service framework for children outlines the importance of continuity of support by a named midwife throughout a woman's pregnancy. This is reinforced by the manifesto commitment, which states that by 2009
Mr. Lansley: To ask the Secretary of State for Health over which two years the Preventative Technologies Grant described at paragraph 5.38 of the White Paper 'Our Health, Our Care, Our Say' will be allocated; and how much of the grant is being provided in each of the two years, broken down by local authority. 
Mr. Byrne: The preventative technologies grant will be allocated in years 200607 and 200708; £30 million to be allocated in 200607 and £50 million in 200708. A local authority circular setting out the local authority allocations for both years is planned to be issued before 31 March 2006.
Mr. Baron: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the timetable is for her Department's scoping review of rehabilitation services in health and social care; and what types of rehabilitation services will be covered by the review. 
Mr. Byrne [holding answer 15 March 2006]: Completion of this study is expected in April. The study has looked in broad terms at all aspects of rehabilitation provided by both the national health service and social care, other than those relating to mental health, as well as drug and alcohol rehabilitation.
The primary responsibility for supporting people who cannot afford to meet the full cost of residential care from their own resources rests with the council with social services responsibility. The latest information on local authority supported residents, including residents in the area of Lancashire county council, is available inthe statistical bulletin 'Community Care Statistics 2005: Supported Residents (Adults) England' on the NHS health and social care information website at www.ic.nhs.uk/pubs
Paul Rowen: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many (a) NHS clerical, administrative and management staff, (b) NHS hospital doctors and GPs and (c) NHS nurses and midwives there were in Rochdale primary care trust in each year since 1990. 
Mr. Byrne [holding answer 16 March 2006]: The information is not available in the requested format. The following table shows the hospital, public health medicine and community health services (HCHS) doctors 1 , specified non-medical staff, general medical practitioners, excluding retainers and registrars 2 and practice staff 3 working within Rochdale primary care trust, as at 30 September each year from 2001 to 2004.
|All HCHS doctors(59)||n/a||12||12||15|
|All general medical practitioners|
(excluding retainers and registrars)(60)
|Qualified nursing, midwifery and|
health visiting staff
|NHS infrastructure support||n/a||63||69||95|
|Clerical and administrative||n/a||41||44||73|
|Manager and senior manager||n/a||22||25||21|
|GP practice staff(61)||216||256||243||239|
|GP practice nurses||37||37||38||40|
Mr. Willis: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many (a) prosecutions and (b) convictions there have been of care workers under sections 38 to 41 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003, broken down by profession. 
Data from the court proceedings database held by the Office for Criminal Justice Reform are provided in the following table. It is not possible to provide a breakdown of the profession of the defendants as this information is not collected.
|Proceeded against||Found guilty|
|7017||Sexual Offences Act 2003 S.38(13)||Care workers: sexual activity with a male person with a mental disorderpenetration||1||0|
|7018||Sexual Offences Act 2003 S.38(13)||Care workers: sexual activity with a female person with a mental disorderpenetration||1||0|
|7019||Sexual Offences Act 2003 S.38(1,2,4)||Care workers: sexual activity with a male person with a mental disorderno penetration||0||0|
|7020||Sexual Offences Act 2003 S.38(1,2,4)||Care workers: sexual activity with a female person with a mental disorderno penetration||2||0|
|7021||Sexual Offences Act 2003 S.39(13)||Care workers: causing or inciting sexual activity (person with a mental disorder)penetration||0||0|
|7022||Sexual Offences Act 2003 S.39(1,2,4)||Care workers: causing or inciting sexual activity (person with a mental disorder)no penetration||0||0|
|7023||Sexual Offences Act 2003 S.40||Care workers: sexual activity in the presence of a person with a mental disorder||0||0|
|7024||Sexual Offences Act 2003 S.41||Care workers: causing a person with a mental disorder impeding choice to watch a sexual act||0||0|
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