The Safeguarding Case Review Tracker will enable the collection and analysis of information about Serious Incidents that have resulted from safeguarding failures.
This collection asks CCGs to report quarterly on the number of people on the General Practice Severe Mental Illness register who are receiving a comprehensive physical health check in primary care settings.
The Sexual and Reproductive Health Activity Data set (SRHAD) is made up of anonymised patient-level data submitted once a year.
The Smoking Status at Time of Delivery (SATOD) collection covers information on the number of women smoking and not smoking at time of delivery (child birth). Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGS) are required to submit data on smoking status at time of delivery every three months.
Social care collection materials for the 2021-22 reporting year.
Social care collection materials for the 2022-23 reporting year.
Each year we carry out user surveys to get feedback from service users. Survey information is gathered by councils with social services responsibility, and these pages contain guidance for them.
The Spend Comparison Service provides benchmarking and spend analytics on data from across all of NHS England’s providers. The service is comprised of two data collections; the Purchase Order collection and the Purchase Order Validation collection.
Staffing: Nursing, midwifery and care staff data collection.
The Stop Smoking Services Quarterly Return is a Public Health England (PHE) central return used to monitor the delivery of Stop Smoking Services (prior to 1 April 2013 this was a Department of Health (DH) return).
The Strategic Data Collection Service (SDCS) is a secure data collection system used by health and social care organisations to submit data.
The Strategic Planning and Long Term Plan collections support the 5 year strategic planning exercise as laid out in the Long term Plan Implementation Framework.
This survey has been developed to learn more about whether services received by carers and their perception of the services provided to the person they care for.