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Wednesday 16/06/2010

The Economic Impact of Wildlife Tourism in Scotland [Research]

Research providing a current assessment of the economic impact of wildlife tourism in Scotland and an insight into the key trends affecting Scotland's wildlife tourism industry.

The Economic Impact of Wildlife Tourism in Scotland Research Findings No. 1/2010 [Research]

Research findings providing a current assessment of the economic impact of wildlife tourism in Scotland and an insight into the key trends affecting Scotland's wildlife tourism industry.

Sunday 06/06/2010

Scotland's Future: Draft Referendum (Scotland) Bill Consultation Paper - Consultation Responses [Government]

Responses to consultation paper "Scotland's Future: Draft Referendum (Scotland) Bill Consultation Paper"

Tuesday 01/06/2010

Highlands and Islands Food Producers and Networks Needs Appraisal: Report [Business and Industry]

The aim of this project was to understand the support needs of individual small food producers and local food networks within the Highland and Island region and in doing so inform public agencies and local authority support in the future. In particular, the scope for a support structure to help co-ordinate activity, reduce duplication, share best practice and act as a central information provider was explored.

National Guidance for Child Protection in Scotland: Consultation [Education and Training]

The Scottish Government is consulting on revised guidance on child protection, to replace the 1998 guidance Protecting Children – A Shared Responsibility: Guidance on Inter-Agency Co-operation.

Scottish Government Employee Survey 2009 [Research]

In 2009, Scottish Government participated for the first time in the Civil Service People Survey, a civil service-wide employee engagement survey. The report presents the data from the Civil Service People Survey for the core Scottish Government and its Agencies and Non-Ministerial Departments.

Statistics Release - Police Officer Quarterly Strength Statistics Scotland, 31 March 2010 [Statistics]

Statistics Release - Police Officer Quarterly Strength Statistics Scotland, 31 March 2010

Statutory Guidance on the Duty to Appoint a Suitably Qualified Valuer [Government]

The duty to appoint and instruct a suitably qualified valuer to determine the value of best consideration for land; and the factors to be taken into account, or not to be taken into account, in undertaking that valuation.

Thursday 27/05/2010

1.An Introductory Guide for Clinicians and Service Managers: Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Services: Start Here [Health and Community Care]

These guides are part of a series of introductory guides for psychological services. The guides cover five areas: Improving Access Start Here; Capacity; Demand; Goal Setting/Case Review and Clinical Administration. This is in an introductory guide that looks at how to implement change in the midst of uncertainty about what will work.

2. An Introductory Guide for Clinicians and Service Managers: Capacity for Psychological Therapies Services [Health and Community Care]

These guides are part of a series of introductory guides for psychological services. The guides cover five areas: Improving Access: Start Here; Capacity; Demand; Goal Setting/Case Review and Clinical Administration. This guide provides a basic introduction to capacity and ways to ensure services make the best use of their current resources.

3. A Introductory Guide for Clinicians and Service Managers: Demand for Psychological Therapies Services [Health and Community Care]

This guide provides a basic introduction to demand and ways to influence it. It is part of a series of introductory guides for psychological services. These guides cover four areas: Demand; Capacity; Goal Setting/Case Review; and Clinical Administration. There is also an introductory guide called "Start Here" that looks at how to implement change in the midst of uncertainty about what will work.

4. An Introductory Guide for Clinicians and Administration Staff: Clinical Administration for Psychological Therapies Services [Health and Community Care]

This guide is for Clinicians and administrative staff. Good clinical administration involves a joint working approach, with clinicians working closely with admin staff to ensure the system runs smoothly. It is a part of a series of introductory guides for psychological therapies services. These guides cover four areas: Demand; Capacity; Goal Setting/Case Review and Clinical Administration. There is also an introductory guide called "Start Here" that looks at how ti implement change in the midst

5. An Introductory Guide for Clinicians and Service Managers: Goal Setting and Case Review for Psychological Therapies Services [Health and Community Care]

This guide provides a basic introduction to goal setting and case review. It is a part of a series of introductory guides for psychological therapies services. These guides cover four areas: Demand; Capacity; Goal Setting/Case Review and Clinical Administration. There is also an introductory guide called "Start Here" that looks at how to implement change in the midst of uncertainty about what will work.

Area Inspection: Lanarkshire [Law, Order and Public Safety]

Inspection report on Lanarkshire Area of Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service

Guidance on partnership working between allied health professions and education [Education and Training]

A guidance document to support improved partnership working between education and allied health professions services.

Meeting Scotland's Zero Waste Targets: Assessing the Costs Associated with New Waste Management Infrastructure [Environment]

A Report examining the costs to local authorities of meeting EC Landfill Directive and Scottish Government Zero Waste targets.

The Contribution of Housing, Planning and Regeneration Policies to Mixed Communities in Scotland [Research]

This short study looked at whether and how housing, planning and regeneration policies in Scotland are contributing to "mixed communities". In particular, it investigated the ways in which these policies are fostering neighbourhoods which have a mix of housing tenures, and are therefore likely to attract households with a range of incomes.

Wednesday 26/05/2010

Learning for Change: Scotland's Action Plan for the Second Half of the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development [Sustainable Development]

Scotland's Action Plan for the Second Half of the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development

Scotland's Budget Documents: The 2010-11 Summer Budget Revision to the Budget (Scotland) Act for the year ending 31 March 2011 [Economy]

Summer Budget Revision 2010-11

Tuesday 25/05/2010

Lowlands and Uplands Scotland: European Regional Development Fund 2007-2013: Operational Programme: Version 2 - September 2009 [Sustainable Development]

The framework for the spending of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) for the Regional Competitiveness and Employment Programme for Scotland for 2007-2013.

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