As part of this contract, Public Concern at Work (PCAW) provide the Scottish Government with 6 monthly evaluation reports. This document covers the period from 1 August 2016 - 31 January 2017.
consultation analysis regarding the arrangements for Scotland to continue to participate in the EU school milk scheme
The Nursing 2030 Vision sets out the Chief Nursing Officer’s aspiration and is a long term strategy to shape the future of the nursing workforce, preparing a nursing workforce that will be ready and able to meet people’s need as we move toward 2030.
Responses on the future use of resources devolved following the UK Government’s decision to close the Independent Living Fund (ILF).
This paper is the final report of the Independent
Living Fund (ILF)Working Group containing its recommendations for Scottish Ministers on
the policy to open up the ILF to new users.
Justice in Scotland: Vision and Priorities
The Delivery Plan sets out the key actions for 2017-18 to help progress the seven priorities set out in the Justice Vision.
This publication reports on the second year of implementation of Self-directed Support (2015-16) in Scotland following the introduction of the Self-directed Support Act 2014.
This consultation seeks views on a new code of practice dealing with Equipment Interference and on two revised codes of practice dealing with Covert Human Intelligence Sources and Covert Surveillance & Property Interference.
an analysis of responses to the consultation on Procedure of the FTT Housing and Property Chamber, and the provision of publicly-funded legal asistance.
Making it Easy action plan was published in 2014. It strived to build people’s skills, confidence, knowledge and understanding to help them deal with the complex demands of the health and care system. This report updates on progress against the actions within the plan.
This document is an analysis report summarising those responses received to our consultation on guidance on healthcare needs in schools.
New procurement(s) to further extend coverage of Next Generation Access (NGA) Broadband as far as possible as part of the Scottish Government’s commitment to deliver superfast broadband access to 100% of premises in Scotland.
In July 2014, the Clinical Trial Access QPI was published, and following 3 years of national comparative data, this has now been subject to formal review. In order to ensure success of the National Cancer QPIs in driving quality improvement it is critical that QPIs continue to be clinically relevant and focus on areas which will result in improvements to the quality of patient care.
An update from the Independent Advisor, Naomi Eisenstadt, on the Scottish Governments progress on recommendations made with Shifting the Curve.
Report from Naomi Eisenstadt, Independent Advisor on Poverty and Inequality, informed by a formal review of the evidence commissioned from Scottish Government analysts, and engagement with a wide range of experts; including young people themselves.
This report outlines key issues facing young people today, and offers recommendations for government, employers, and for wider society, to improve the life chances of young people from less advantaged backgrounds.
An evidence review of the life chances of young people in Scotland prepared for the First Minister’s Independent Advisor on Poverty and Inequality.
A paper from the Scottish Government setting out the form and remit of the Commission, and appointments made to the 3rd of July 2017.
Observations of the oppressive societal factors currently obstructing child victims and adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse from reporting their abuser, within the European Union.
This guidance is designed to maximise positive experiences for children and improve the quality of care and learning by helping to make ELC and OSC services the best they can be in terms of design. The guidance will act as a tool for providers, planners and architects when planning new and/or refurbishing existing early learning and childcare and out of school care services.