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|Tabl e 2 : Estimated prevalence of smoking among adults, by ward in the Peterborough local authority area, 2000-02|
|Estimated prevalence of smoking||95 per cent. lower confidence interval||95 per cent. upper confidence interval||Comparison of estimated prevalence for smoking with national estimate( 1)|
|(1) It should be noted that the scores for comparing the synthetic estimate to the national estimate relate to the data as follows: 1=CI significantly below NE, 2=overlapping, 3=CI significantly above NE. The national estimate is derived directly from the Health Surveys for England 2000-02 (with associated confidence intervals) and therefore is not a model-based estimate.|
Synthetic Estimates of Healthy Lifestyle Behaviours at Ward Level, 2000-02. Neighbourhood Statistics, Office for National Statistics (ONS).
|Hospital and Community Health Services (HCHS) : medical and dental staff showing doctors in training grades working in a paediatric specialty England as at 30 September 2006|
|N umber (headcount) and full time equivalents ( F te)|
|All paediatric specialties||Paediatric cardiology||Paediatric dentistry||Paediatric surgery||Paediatrics|
|N o .||F te||N o .||F te||N o .||F te||N o .||F te||N o .||F te|
| Note: The training grades include junior doctors in trust grade posts. Source: The Information Centre (1C), Medical and Dental Workforce Census. All rights reserved.|
Dawn Primarolo: Successive Governments have not required the national health service to provide statistics on the numbers of foreign nationals who are treated by the NHS, including those who are resident in the United Kingdom. It is therefore not possible to provide the information requested.
Harry Cohen: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what assessment he has made of the prospects for local pharmacies to operate a minor ailments service; whether he expects primary care trusts to promote such a service; and if he will make a statement. 
Dawn Primarolo: In Building on the Best: Choice, Responsiveness and Equity in the NHS, which was published in December 2003, the Department said that it expected all primary care trusts to consider commissioning pharmacist-led minor ailments services so that patients, who would otherwise have gone to their general practitioner for a medicine for a minor ailment, could get that medicine on the national health service from their community pharmacy.
Mr. Bradshaw: The information requested is not centrally available, as the Department does not collect bed data at hospital level. However, this data is available at national health service trust level.
In 2006-07, the latest period for which data is available, there was an average daily number of 853 available beds provided by Shrewsbury and Telford hospital NHS trust. These consisted of beds open overnight and day only beds.
Department of Health KH03 return.
Mr. Stephen O'Brien: To ask the Secretary of State for Health pursuant to the answer of 25 June 2007, Official Report, column 273W, on Recombinant Factor VII, what the service level is between his Department and each strategic health authority for the provision of Recombinant Factor VII. 
Dawn Primarolo: The service level agreement between the Department and each strategic health authority is for the provision of recombinant clotting factors. This includes Recombinant Factor VII and Factor VIII. I refer the hon. Member to the answer given on 12 June 2007, Official Report, column 992W.
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