SG response to the report generated by the Group who provided advice and guidance concerning the National Primary Care Workforce Survey.
Community benefits offer a unique and unprecedented opportunity to communities across
Scotland. Scottish Government recognises that many developers have individual company
policies and approaches which work well to deliver community benefits, and this guidance
is intended to share and build upon the progress in the field to date for forthcoming
operational projects. The Scottish Government would welcome your views on this draft by 17 January 2014.
A Scottish Medical and Scientific Advisory Committee Report. Providing information on the nature and extent of Lymphoedema. Making recommendations for Scottish Government Health and Social Care Directorate, Health Boards, NHS Education Scotland and Healthcare Improvement Scotland
The EQIA Results summarise how the policies contained in the Housing (Scotland) Bill will impact on people because of their age, disability, sex , gender reassignment, sexual orientation, race and religion or belief.
The NHSScotland Chief Executive's Annual Report 2012/13 presents an assessment of the performance of NHSScotland in 2012/13 and describes key achievements and outcomes.
Guide to Interventions and Supports for People on the Autism Spectrum
Report of the CfE Working Group on Tackling Bureaucracy. The Group was tasked with making proposals to tackle bureaucracy in relation to the implementation of Curriculum for Excellence
Results from the Scottish Survey of Farm Structure and Methods 2013 (information on farm practice used to monitor GHG emission, including crop rotation, nutrient management, breeding methods etc. The publication will also include some additional data on the workforce, farm machinery and diversification)
This consultation sought views on the possible options for the future provision of specialist residential chronic pain management services in Scotland.
Statistical bulletin on crimes and offences involving firearms recorded by the police in Scotland in 2012-13
This report sets out the economic policy levers that would be available under independence in key areas such as competitiveness, innovation, sustainability and international trade.
The purpose of this guidance is to provide schools and local authorities with advice on how to
develop local policies that encourage safe and responsible use of personal mobile technology in
school, and beyond. These policies should also be designed to protect staff, children and young
people from harassment and abuse which can arise from the misuse of such technology.
Analysis and Government response to responses received to our consultation regarding the protection of shellfish growing waters
Analysis of responses to the consultation on amending the Schools (Consultation) (Scotland) Act 2010.
Government response setting out MInisters' intentions for amending the Schools (Consultation) (Scotland) Act 2010 following the public consultation.
This consultation is the first step in a legal process to underpin the Scottish Welfare Fund in legislation. It also seeks views on options for independent scrutiny of decisions made by local authorities on applications to the Scottish Welfare Fund.
The Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning is one of the Government's most prestigous events and celebrates achievements in planning.
Under the Housing (Scotland) Act 2001, Scottish secure tenants and short Scottish secure tenants have the right to have small urgent repairs carried out by their landlord within a given timescale. This is called the Right to Repair scheme
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Framework for Scotland. The document highlights the importance the Scottish Government attaches to entrepreneurship and innovation, the values that will inform our work and our future priorities for action.
This paper provides a summary of reported participation in Activity Agreements during the first full year of the national roll-out of the programme (1 April 2011 to 31 March 2012). The paper outlines characteristics and outcomes for young people that have either completed or dropped out of an Activity Agreement during this period.