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Wednesday 20/01/2016

Early Learning and Childcare Programme of Trials - Scottish Government Discussion Paper [Education and Training]

A Scottish Government discussion paper on establishing trials that will test a variety of models for delivering future Early Learning and Childcare provision.

Chief Medical Officer's Annual Report 2014-15 [Health and Community Care]

The Chief Medical Officer Annual Report 2014 -2015 explores the challenges that face doctors today.

Chief Medical Officer's Annual Report 2014-15 Executive Summary [Health and Community Care]

The Exeuctive Summary of the Chief Medical Officer's Annual Report 2014-2015

Chief Medical Officer's Report Part 2: The Health of the Nation [Health and Community Care]

The second section is a report card which presents the surveillance data on the health of the nation. The report contains a summary of the data. These can interpret trends to inform how we continuously improve our management of health and disease

Tuesday 19/01/2016

Responses to consultation on the introduction of diversity succession for board appointments and the lowering of the 150 employees threshold for publishing gender pay gap and equal pay statements etc. [People and Society]

Responses to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the introduction of diversity succession planning for board appointments and the lowering of the 150 employees threshold for publishing gender pay gap and equal pay statements etc. which ran from 5 October 2015 to 29 November 2015.

Equality Impact Assessment - Regulation of Letting Agents [Housing]

Equality impact assessment results in relation to the regulation of letting agents.

Monday 18/01/2016

Ready to Act - A transformational plan for Children and young people, their parents, carers and families who require support from allied health professionals (AHPs) [Health and Community Care]

The Plan meets the evolving needs of Children and Young People in providing an equitable and sustainable model that reflects the early years agenda and the integration of health and social care services

Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment - Letting Agent Regulation: Code of Practice [Housing]

Final Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment relating to the Regulations on a statutory code of practice for letting agents in Scotland.

Quality Improvement and Measurement - What Non-Executive Directors need to know [Health and Community Care]

This publication is designed to give Non-Executive Directors of Health Boards an overview of what Quality Improvement and measurement is and how they can ensure that this approach is used by Health Boards.

Arranging a Funeral? Here's some ideas about what to do and who can help. [People and Society]

Arranging a Funeral? provides advice about arranging a funeral in Scotland and includes a note of useful publications and contacts.

Friday 15/01/2016

Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment – Landlord Applications to the Private Rented Housing Panel [Housing]

The assessment considers the impact of the introduction of regulations to enable landlords to apply to the Private Rented Housing Panel for assistance.

Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment – Third Party Applications to the Private Rented Housing Panel [Housing]

The assessment considers the impact of the introduction of regulations to enable local authority applications to the Private Rented Housing Panel to enforce the repairing standard.

Tuesday 12/01/2016

CONSULTATION ON COMPLAINTS CONCERNING FUNCTIONS RELATING TO THE NAMED PERSON AND CHILD'S PLAN: AN ANALYSIS OF RESPONSES - WEB ONLY [People and Society]

Analysis of responses to the consultation on complaints concerning functions of the Named Person and Child's plan

GOVERNMENT RESPONSE TO THE 'COMPLAINTS CONCERNING FUNCTIONS RELATING TO THE NAMED PERSON AND CHILD'S PLAN' - WEB ONLY [People and Society]

This Scottish Government response sets out how Scottish Ministers have considered the findings of the consultation exercise in producing the Order setting out the consultation procedure for Parliamentary consideration, as well as the plans for developing and publishing guidance to accompany the Order.

Monday 11/01/2016

Extending Coverage of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 - Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment [General]

The Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment takes into account responses to the consultation on extending coverage of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 in respect of the business impact on the various organisations proposed for inclusion.

Extending Coverage of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 - Consultation Response Paper [General]

The response paper follows consultation on extending coverage of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002. The paper assesses responses to the consultation and sets out the next steps the Government proposes to take.

Extending Coverage of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 - Equality Impact Assessment [General]

The Equality Impact Assessment takes into account comments made in respect of consultation on extending coverage of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 and the impact this might have on various equality groups.

Friday 08/01/2016

Housing and Reoffending: Supporting people who serve short-term sentences to secure and sustain stable accommodation on liberation [Research]

The research focused on the problems that people who serve short sentences in Scotland have finding and keeping stable housing and the services that can help improve housing outcomes. The findings describe a complex cycle of housing problems faced by people serving short sentences, their interlinked causes and impacts and the difficulties these problems pose in desistance from offending.

Housing and Reoffending: Supporting people who serve short-term sentences to secure and sustain stable accommodation on liberation - Research Finding [Research]

The research focused on the problems that people who serve short sentences in Scotland have finding and keeping stable housing and the services that can help improve housing outcomes. The findings describe a complex cycle of housing problems faced by people serving short sentences, their interlinked causes and impacts and the difficulties these problems pose in desistance from offending.

Thursday 07/01/2016

Report of the National Committee on Infant Cremation 2014-15 [Health and Community Care]

A formal report from the National Committee on its first year of progress against the 64 recommendations of the Infant Cremation Commission.

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