Getting it Right for Every Child
Supports families by making sure children and young people can receive the right help, at the right time, from the right people. The aim is to help them to grow up feeling loved, safe and respected so that they can realise their full potential.
Healthcare Improvement Scotland
Provides assurance to the people of Scotland about the quality of care within a health setting. Its functions include the delivery of improvement support, quality assurance (through inspections and reviews), supporting the engagement of people and communities, and the provision of evidence including advice, standards and guidelines.
Information Services Division
Division of National Services Scotland, part of NHS Scotland. ISD provides health information, health intelligence, statistical services and advice that support the NHS in progressing quality improvement in health and care and facilitates robust planning and decision making.
Refers to the services provided by health professionals in either clinics and practices, or sometimes in peoples’ homes. Primary care is normally the first point of contact with the NHS. Within primary care there are four practitioner services: Medical i.e. General Practitioners (GPs) - Dental - Pharmaceutical and - Optical. People may encounter a wide range of different professions within their GP practice or health centre including nurses, physiotherapists, podiatrists.
Mainly hospital-based health care provision (often referred to as ‘acute care’). Services range from emergency care (via Accident & Emergency) to non-emergency treatment, usually through outpatient departments or elective treatment.
The provision of specialist services for people with an existing disease, which requires higher levels of expertise and support services. Tertiary care services are usually provided in a limited number of locations around the country and some services are so specialised that they may only be provided on a national basis e.g. liver transplantation. There are also some services, which are commissioned from the other parts of the UK on behalf of all health boards, for example, paediatric heart transplants (National Services Division, 2016).
World Health Organisation
Primary role is to direct and coordinate international health within the United Nations system. Main areas of work are health systems; health through the life-course; non-communicable and communicable diseases; preparedness, surveillance and response; and corporate services.
There is a problem
Thanks for your feedback