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Workforce collection: workforce turnover, bank staff, sickness/absence, recruitment.
End Waiting, Change Lives communication evaluation (opinion survey);
General ophthalmic services: sight tests, vouchers and repairs;
Junior doctor's hours;
NHS Campus Closure Programme;
NHS staff engagement and attitudes towards the NHS; and
Primary care audience tracking research.
Childhood immunisation data;
Integrated drug treatment system for prisons clinical activity;
Monitoring revisions to new GP contract;
National child measurement programme;
NHS stop smoking services;
Pharmaceutical, dental and ophthalmic services;
Prevalence of breastfeeding at six-eight weeks;
Primary care access survey;
Prison health care performance monitoring: star ratings;
Quarterly monitoring of accident and emergency; and
Quarterly activity return.
18 weeks referral to treatment (RTT) times;
Financial monitoring and accounts;
Collection of influenza vaccine update data: immunisation of poultry workers;
Collection of practice level GP referral data;
Human papillomavirus vaccine immunisation programme: vaccine monitoring
Information on dental contracts;
Monitoring extended GP practice opening hours;
Monthly activity flow;
Monthly smoking cessation return;
Monthly waiting times return;
Monthly waiting times return;
National direct access to audiology services; and
National Programme for IT: monthly deployment report.
18 weeks RTT primary target list;
Chlamydia core dataset for national programme monitoring; and
Sitreps data (weekly and daily).
Fire incidents and unwanted fire signal data;
Health authority refunds;
Non-medical device defects and failures reporting system; and
Safety alert broadcast system.
Admitted patient care;
Accident and emergency (including minor injury units and walk in centres);
Elective admissions lists; and
Mental health minimum datasets.
1. Ad-hoc collections are reported as and when incidents occur.
2. Not all information areas provided for SUS will apply to all PCTs.
3. For 2008-09 PCTs have submitted their financial plans, and will be required to submit information on their financial position and forecast at the end of each quarter, with the fourth quarter being the submission of unaudited accounts. This is part of the Department's in-year financial monitoring of all NHS organisations that also includes NHS trusts and strategic health authorities. At the end of each financial year, PCTs have a statutory requirement to submit their audited final accounts.
John Battle: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what resources the Government provided to support (a) cognitive behavioural and (b) other talking therapies in the latest period for which figures are available; and if he will make a statement. 
Mr. Ivan Lewis: The Government are investing funding, rising to £173 million by 2011, for the provision of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence evidence-based psychological therapies. This includes investment in cognitive behavioural therapy as well as other interventions.
James Brokenshire: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the performance of the Queens Hospital, Romford was in processing accident and emergency admissions within four hours in each month since January 2007. 
Mr. Bradshaw: Information is not collected centrally in the format requested. Information on the percentage of patients attending accident and emergency (A&E) departments who were seen, diagnosed and treated within four hours of their arrival is collected at national health service trust level and published quarterly. This can be compared against the operational standard for A&E waits, which is set at 98 per cent. of patients seen, diagnosed and treated within four hours. The following table shows the available information for Barking, Havering and Redbridge Hospitals NHS Trust, which manages services at Queens hospital, Romford.
|Percentage of patients who spent less than four hours in A&E departments, minor injury units and walk-in centres from arrival to admission, transfer or discharge at Barking, Havering and Redbridge Hospitals NHS Trust, including activity at partner primary care trusts|
|Quarter||Percentage of patients who spent less than four hours in A&E|
1. The Department collects A&E data at trust rather than hospital level. The table shows the data for the relevant trust. The Queens hospital, Romford is provided by Barking, Havering and Redbridge Hospitals NHS Trust.
2. From Q1 2007-08, the data includes services provided by the independent sector.
Department of Health dataset QMAE.
Mr. Stephen O'Brien: To ask the Secretary of State for Health which universities have offered NHS-funded radiography degree courses in each of the last five years; how many places each had; how many places were filled; what the ratio of places to applications was at each university; how many students at each institution failed to complete the course; what reduced rate student loan was available and how many students took it; how many students studied radiography to degree level without taking the NHS funded place; and what the terms and conditions of the NHS-funded place are. 
A list of universities that have offered NHS-funded radiography degree courses in each of the
last five years and the number of students placed at each institution and numbers who failed to complete the course are shown in the table. Information on the number of places each university had available: the ratio of places to applications and the number of students who studied radiography to degree level without taking the NHS funded place is not held centrally.
The eighth edition of the NHS Bursary Scheme outlines the terms and conditions of support arrangements for students in academic years starting on or after 1 September 2007 and before 1 September 2008. A copy has been placed in the Library.
|Radiography Student Numbers and Attrition Survey 2007|
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