Scottish Health Survey 2013 - volume 1: main report
Presents results for the 2013 Scottish Health Survey, providing information on the health and factors relating to health of people living in Scotland.
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References and Notes
1 Annual Report of the Chief Dental Officer 2012 - A picture of Scotland's Oral Health. Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2013. Available from: www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2013/12/1101
2 Dental Statistics NHS Registration and Participation. Edinburgh: ISD Scotland, 2014.
3 An Action Plan for Improving Oral Health and Modernising NHS Dental Services in Scotland. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive, 2005. www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/Doc/37428/0012526.pdf
4 For further information about ChildSmile see: www.child-smile.org.uk/
5 Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN). Dental intervention to prevent caries in children. Edinburgh: SIGN; 2014. (SIGN publication no. 138). [cited 30/09/2014]. Available from URL: http://www.sign.ac.uk
6 National oral health improvement strategy for priority groups: frail older people, people with special care needs and those who are homeless. Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2012. Available from:
7 National Oral Health Improvement Strategy for Priority Groups: Frail Older People, People with Special Care Needs and Those Who are Homeless. Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2012. Available from: www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2012/05/7031
9 Oral Health and Nutrition Guidance for Professionals and Quick reference guide. NHS Health Scotland, 2012. Available from: www.healthscotland.com/documents/5885.aspx
10 Alcohol and oral health: Understanding risk, raising awareness and giving advice. NHS Health Scotland, 2012. Available from: www.healthscotland.com/documents/6124.aspx
11 Prevention and Treatment of Periodontal Diseases in Primary Care. Scottish Dental Clinical Effectiveness Programme, NHS Scotland, 2014. Available from:
12 The 2007 Better Health, Better Care action plan for improving health and health care in Scotland set out how NHS Scotland's HEAT performance management system (based around a series of targets against which the performance of its individual Boards are measured) would feed into the Government's overarching objectives. The HEAT targets derive their name from the four strands in the performance framework: the Health of the population; Efficiency and productivity, resources and workforce; Access to services and waiting times; and Treatment and quality of services.
13 NHS Scotland HEAT Targets Due for Delivery in 2010/11 - summary of Performance. Edinburgh: NHS Scotland Performance and Business Management, 2012.
14 Dental Statistics Heat Target H9: Fluoride varnishing for 3- and 4-year olds. Edinburgh: ISD Scotland, 2014. http://www.isdscotland.org/Health-Topics/Dental-care/Publications/2013-11-26/2013-11-26-FluorideVarnish-Report.pdf?
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