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Future Provision of Specialist Residential Chronic Pain Management Services in Scotland - Consultation Report

Description
ISBN9781784124397
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateApril 28, 2014

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Scottish Government Response to Consultation Findings

ISBN 978 1 78412 439 7 (Web only publication)
DPPAS 28851

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Contents

Ministerial Foreword

Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Introduction and Background
About this report
Background to the Consultation
About the Consultation

Chapter 2: Summary and Conclusions
The Consultation
Analysis of the data and presentation of the information
Responses
Respondent categories (Question 1)
Conclusion
Views of Options (Question 2)
Preferred option
Location of service
Conclusion
Barriers to Service Provision and Respondents' Experiences
Gaining access to the service
Conclusion
Travel and costs
Accessing chronic pain services
Other barriers
Respite /social care
Previous experience (Questions 8 - 10)
Conclusion
Components of Service Provision
Conclusion
Retention of Access to the Current Service in Bath (or elsewhere in the UK) (Question 7)
Conclusion
Other Issues Raised (Question 11)
Conclusion
Level of demand
Current Service Provision
Conclusion
Patient involvement
Chronic pain services

Chapter 3: Scottish Government Response - Setting Out
What Next
Scottish National Chronic Pain Management Programme
Service Specification - Scottish National Chronic Pain Management Programme
Staff
Referral
Assessment
Needs of Specific Groups
Follow Up and Discharge
Information
Accommodation
Costs
Future Development

Annex A: Improvement Programme - Implementing the Scottish Service Model for Chronic Pain

Annex B: The Scottish Service Model For Chronic Pain - diagram

Annex C: Consultation Questions

Annex D: Consultation Distribution List