A national target was introduced to reduce the number of senior managers by 25% between 31st March 2010 and 1st April 2015.
The data published shows the number of senior managers in post as at 31st March each year, and the national reduction since March 2010.
All NHS boards have been asked to develop Local Delivery Plans (LDPs) and workforce plans, as well as using workforce workload tools, in order to assess if service redesign or changes in skill mix are required to best meet the needs of their population.
As with all projections, these figures are estimates and may be subject to change.
Results from the fourth Scottish Inpatient Patient Experience Survey.
This document sets out how SEPA should use the Scotland River Basin District and Solway Tweed River Basin District Status Directions 2014 and Standards Directions 2014
This national practice guidance sets the context for high quality Early Learning and Childcare as set out in the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014. The guidance seeks to support practitioners in all settings and areas of Scotland who are delivering early learning and childcare.
This short paper sets out how Scotland’s fisheries will be affected by independence – it answers important questions and focuses on five key gains for our fishing industry
This consultation paper seeks views on proposals for a draft Harbours (Scotland) Bill. This draft Bill repeals section 10 of the Ports Act 1991 as it applies to Scotland. In addition the draft Bill also provides an opportunity to tidy up some aspects of current harbours legislation
The Heart Disease Improvement Plan sets out the priorities and actions to deliver improved prevention, treatment and care for all people in Scotland affected by heart disease.
The Stroke Improvement Plan sets out the priorities and actions to deliver improved prevention, treatment and care for all people in Scotland affected by stroke.
This document reflect on the progress that has been made through implementation of the Realising Potential policy and considers how the future should be shaped. It captures the reflections of some key players who have been instrumental in visioning, developing and implementing the policy.
NORM Strategy Post adoption SEA statement forms the final output from the SEA process
Statistics on housing supply and public sector housing in Scotland up to 31 March 2014, based on information collected from local authorities, housing associations and the Scottish Government affordable housing supply programme.
This publication aims to provide an easily accessible reference document which offers information on a wide range of environmental topics. It covers key datasets on the state of the environment in Scotland, with an emphasis on the trends over time wherever possible. The data are supplemented by text providing brief background information on environmental impacts, relevant legislation and performance against national and international targets.
A series of tables giving summary drinking water quality information by local authority. Tables cover public and private supplies.
A report on the quality of drinking water supplied by Scottish Water (a public supply)in 2013
Annual report of the private water supplies for the reporting year 2013
Annual summary report of the DWQR for the reporting year 2013
Guidance for local authorities to assist in the preparation of Local Housing Strategies.
Consultation paper seeking views on whether, and how, the planning system can address concerns around the negative impact of over-provision or clustering of betting shops and payday lenders on the character and amenity of town centre and shopping areas.
The Quality Principles: Standard Expectations of Care and Support in Drug and Alcohol
Services have been developed to ensure anyone looking to address their problem drug
and/or alcohol use receives high-quality treatment and support that assists long-term,
sustained recovery and keeps them safe from harm.