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Mr. Drew: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what financial support was allocated by Gloucestershire Primary Care Trust for (a) the treatment of and (b) research related to dementia in each of the last five years. 
Phil Hope: The information is not available in the format requested. The Department allocated £150 million to the national health service over 2009-10 and 2010-11 to transform services for people with dementia. However, the Department does not break down primary care trust (PCT) revenue allocations by policies, at either the national or local level. Such information as is available about revenue allocations to PCTs in Gloucestershire is shown in the following table.
|Revenue allocations to PCTs in Gloucestershire from 2004 - 05|
|Gloucestershire PCT||Allocation (£ million)|
1. Allocations are not always comparable between years because of changes to baseline funding.
2. Allocations from 2006-07 include primary medical services funding.
3. PCTs were informed of their revenue allocations for 2009-10 and 2010-11 in December 2008.
Finance, Planning and Allocations Division, Department of Health
Phil Hope: The Department's estimated expenditure on television advertising for the 2009-10 financial year is £26,150,885. This is a provisional figure until records are fully audited at the end of the financial year.
The figures do not include recruitment or classified advertising costs. Advertising spend is defined as covering only media spend (inclusive of agency commissions but excluding production costs, Central Office of Information commission and VAT). All figures exclude advertising rebates and audit adjustments and therefore may differ from Central Office of Information official turnover figures.
The Department evaluates its campaigns using a combination of robust techniques that help to identify exactly what works. In 2009, Smokefree marketing has driven over 715,000 four-week quits. Modelling has also demonstrated a one-year return on marketing investment (ROMI) of an additional £1.20 for every pound of public money spent and a three-year return of £3.84 for every pound spent. The Change4Life campaign has received nearly two million responses and over 400,000 families have signed up. It has been estimated that an additional 10,000 people have been given early access to care as a result of the Department's stroke (Act FAST) campaign in 2009-10, reducing the threat of death and disability.
Mr. Swire: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) whether mechanisms are in place at Derriford Hospital to ensure that patients who require remedial surgery following full minimally invasive oesophagectomy procedures are operated on by the same surgeons who carried out the initial surgery; 
(2) whether he has made an assessment of the level of post-operative care following full minimally invasive oesophagectomy procedures undertaken at Derriford Hospital following the transfer of the upper gastro-intestinal cancer unit from the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital to Derriford Hospital; 
(3) whether each of the trials that was being carried out at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital prior to the move of the upper gastro-intestinal cancer unit from the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital to Derriford Hospital is continuing. 
Ann Keen: Estimates of national health service expenditure on diabetes are available from the programme budgeting returns. The following table shows the estimated gross level expenditure for diabetes from 2004-05 to 2008-09 in England. These figures include primary care trust, Department of Health, strategic health authority and special health authority expenditure. It should be noted that these figures do not include prevention expenditure or general medical services/primary medical services expenditure. This is considerable, but we cannot quantify it separately.
|Diabetes expenditure (£000)||Department of Health gross expenditure (£000)||Diabetes as a proportion of gross expenditure (percentage)|
Mr. Mike O'Brien: Following the decision of the local national health service trust not to utilise the property and the landlord's decision not to accept a surrender of the lease, agreement is being finalised with the landlord on the extent of repair works to be undertaken in compliance with a previously served repairs notice. Once agreement is reached, the works will be undertaken.
Consideration is also being given to potential alternative uses for the property before marketing but this requires the formal agreement of the landlord to vary the terms of the lease and discussions are in hand with the landlord.
The availability of the property has for some time been included on the Electronic Property Information Mapping Service (e-PIMS)-the central database of Government civil estate managed by the Office of Government Commerce.
To ask the Secretary of State for Health pursuant to the answer of 1 February 2010, Official Report, column 56W, on health services: Isle of Man, how many individuals have their details on the
dataset; and how much he estimates it would cost to redact personal information from the dataset. 
Mr. Mike O'Brien: The following table shows the amount spent on health care services by Milton Keynes primary care trust from 2002-03 to 2008-09, which are the only years for which information is available by organisation.
|Milton Keynes PCT: Purchase of health care, 2002-03 to 2008-09|
| Source: Audited summarisation schedules of Milton Keynes PCT.|
|All doctors and qualified nursing staff in Milton Keynes: as at 1997 to 2008|
|N umbers (headcount)|
|n/a = Not applicable.|
(1) Data excludes Medical HPCAs, most of which are GPs working part-time in hospitals
1. Data as at 30 September each year
2. Data are shown here by organisations in operation at the time
3. GP Practice data prior to 2001 is not available in the Milton Keynes area due to the regional division of predecessor organisations
4. Data Quality
The NHS Information Centre for health and social care seeks to minimise inaccuracies and the effect of missing and invalid data but responsibility for data accuracy lies with the organisations providing the data. Methods are continually being updated to improve data quality where changes impact on figures already published. This is assessed but unless it is significant at national level figures are not changed. Impact at detailed or local level is footnoted in relevant analyses.
The NHS Information Centre for health and social care Non-Medical Workforce Census.
The NHS Information Centre for health and social care General and Personal Medical Services Statistics
The NHS Information Centre for health and social care Medical and Dental Workforce Census
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