Category Archives: 2001

CAPIC ANALYSIS: HOSPITAL IN-PATIENT DATA – PATIENT EPISODE DATABASE FOR WALES (PEDW)

Countries Covered: Wales
Date: 1993-2003

CAPIC has analyzed data from the Patient Episode Database for Wales (PEDW) held at NHS Wales Informatics Service (NWIS).  Records in PEDW are based on episodes of care under a particular consultant, called Finished Consultant Episodes. These need to be linked together to carry out analyses of the number of people admitted/discharged from hospital, how many had particular treatments, and whether they died in hospital.  These analysis were performed for years ranging from 1993 to 2003.

THE TRANSPORT FRAMEWORK FOR WALES

Countries Covered: Wales
Date:
 2001

A better and sustainable transport system is the strategic aim of the Transport Framework . The document sets out how the National Assembly for Wales aims to lead and support the delivery of the transport infrastructure and services needed in Wales.     Strategies identified will help guide and determine how and where future developments should be made to meet Wales’ economic, social and environmental needs.

INJURY IN IRELAND

Countries Covered: Ireland
Date: 
2001

Cancers, heart disease and injuries are the three major causes of premature mortality in Ireland. Injuries are almost certainly the main cause of severe acquired disability in those under 65 years of age. Just as a co-ordinated strategy of prevention and treatment was needed for cancer and heart disease, so a co-ordinated strategy for injury prevention and treatment is urgently required.

NATIONAL SERVICE FRAMEWORK FOR OLDER PEOPLE

Countries Covered: UK
Date: 
2001

This National Service Framework is the first ever comprehensive strategy to ensure fair, high quality, integrated health and social care services for older people. It is a 10 year programme of action linking services to support independence and promote good health, specialised services for key conditions, and culture change so that all older people and their carers are always treated with respect, dignity and fairness.