This paper outlines the school nurse's contribution within wider health and educational wellbeing teams in schools.
The Guidance on the implementation of minimum unit pricing for alcohol is primarily for sellers of alcohol and enforcement authorities in Scotland.
This paper shares the story of the Scottish Improvement Journey, starting with its
innovative beginnings, encompassing 50 years of clinical audit and various improvement
programmes, then focusing on the introduction of the world’s first national patient safety
programme, and exploring the spread of quality improvement into new social policy areas
such as children’s services, education, and justice.
The Chief Medical Officer's third annual report.
This document gives a brief summary of the Chief Medical Officer's third annual report, Practising Realistic Medicine.
This document provides guidance to those taking decisions relating to land on the benefits of, and ways of going about, engaging with communities about those decisions.
A joint research report between Scottish Government and SUC assessing the potential impact of automation on Scottish work places
The National Action Plan to Prevent and Tackle Child Sexual Exploitation was initially published in 2014 and updated in March 2016. This is a progress report on actions over the last year.
Guidance notes for legal professional, educators and others who work with parents and children
Support for grandparents in the situation of separated families
A guide to making practical arrangements for your children if you live apart
Summary analysis of responses received to the Inshore Mackerel Fishery consultation which closed 13 December 2017.
This resource provides a standard approach to induction for Non-Executive Directors of Health Bodies.
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.
The Scottish Government have completed an Assessment on the Impact of the new employment support service; Fair Start Scotland on businesses and stakeholders
The Scottish Government have completed a full impact assessment in to the new employment support service launched on 3 April 2018. The assessment considers the impacts on groups with protected characteristics such as disability, gender, ethnicity etc
This document provides detailed information about the needs of pet rabbits and how to meet these needs in accordance with good practice.
Amended Code of Conduct for Councillors setting out standards of behaviour to be followed by elected members of local authorities, issued by Ministers under the Ethical Standards in Public Life etc. (Scotland) Act 2000. Subject to parliamentary approval this will replace the version of the Code that came into force in 2010.
The powers over Welfare Foods have been devolved to Scotland through provisions in the Scotland Act 2016. As part of the Scottish Government’s drive to give children the best start in life, improve health outcomes and tackle inequality, this consultation is asking how best to take forward these powers to better meet the needs of children and families in Scotland. Welfare Foods includes the current UK Healthy Start Vouchers and Nursery Milk Scheme.
Analysis of consultation responses to guidance to local authorities on Part 9 of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 : Allotments