Consultations & Initiatives

Recent policy and live consultations relevant to HIV in Scotland.

Source Subject Relevance Deadline Respond Format
Westminster Welfare Reform High relevance for people living with HIV, given impact on Disability Living Allowance, return to work and assessments processes Various parts to measure See NAT Disability Alliance HIV Scotland PDF
The Crown Prosecution Service CPS Equality and Diversity Objectives 2011-14 Law 5pm on 5 December 2011 equality.objectives@cps.gsi.gov.uk
Scottish Government Adult Health and Social Care Consultation Response Social Care Complete info@hivscotland.com PDF
Scottish Government Management of HIV-infected Healthcare workers Healthcare Workers 9 March 2012 Sexualhealth@scotland.gsi.gov.uk PDF
Scottish Government Public Sector Equality Duty Revised Draft Regulations Disability 25 November 2011 equalityduty@scotland.gsi.gov.uk
Scottish Government Managed Clinical and Care Networks Consultation MCN's exist on a health board basis and are relevant in the context of improving the quality and outcomes of care for people with long term conditions Friday 8 July will.scott@scotland.gsi.gov.uk PDF
Scottish Government Range of devolved responsibilities Consultations Continuing Scottish Government
NICE NICE Guidelines - patient experience in generic terms Opportunity to ensure that the views of people with HIV are taken into account 19 July 2011 Nick Staples (nick.staples@nice.org.uk) PDF
NHS QIS Standards in HIV Prevention, Treatment and Care High relevance for everyone living with HIV and for services provided or funded by statutory authorities The consultation period is now closed. Finalisation is underway and standards will be published in 2011 The QIS Advocacy Group continues to have an input through HIV Scotland roy.kilpatrick@hivscotland.com PDF
NHS Health Scotland HIV PREVENTION GUIDANCE FOR MSM - FINAL DRAFTS FOR CONSULTATION HIV policy in Scotland 12th March 2012 phileaglesham@nhs.net

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