|NHS Board1||Health visitor first visit2||6-8 week review||13-15 month review||27-30 month review||4-5 year review|
|NHS Ayrshire & Arran||2002||2002||June 2017||2013||March 2018|
|NHS Borders||2002||2002||July 2017||2013||April 2018|
|NHS Dumfries & Galloway||2002||2002||June 2017||2013||May 2020|
|NHS Fife3||2002||2002||April 2017||2013||April 2017|
|NHS Forth Valley||2002||2002||June 2017||2013||March 2019|
|NHS Grampian||2010||2010||February 2018||2013||April 2017|
|NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde||2002||2002||May 2019||2013||January 2020|
|NHS Highland||2007||2007||June 2017||2013||August 2020|
|NHS Lanarkshire||2002||2002||October 2017||2013||March 2018|
|NHS Lothian||2002||2002||May 2017||2013||July 2019|
|NHS Orkney||2010||2010||April 2017||2013||January 2018|
|NHS Shetland||2008||2008||April 2017||2013||September 2018|
|NHS Tayside||2002||2002||May 2017||2013||July 2017|
|NHS Western Isles||2006||2006||June 2018||2013||June 2018|
1. The health visitor first visit and the 6-8 week review were implemented before 2002 in many areas, but this is the first year that there is reliable denominator data for national reporting purposes.
2. Certain areas within some NHS Boards may have started offering reviews earlier than the dates stated in the table.
3. NHS Fife partially implemented the 4-5 year review from April 2017, but only for children with additional HPI (Health plan Indicator), indicating that the child/family require some form of additional support. They aim to fully implement the pathway in due course.
This table was first published as Table 1 in the Appendices of the Technical report: Child Health Pre-School Review Coverage Statistics 2020/21 (Pre-School Review Coverage Statistics Technical Report)
Source: CHSP-PS November 2021, SIRS, Public Health Scotland
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