Evidence for this fine graphic going viral

I can’t see where this originates but it’s getting a lot of attention and then, unfortunately doubting questions about sources so:

  1. For patients seen in 4 hours:  https://talkingupscotlandtwo.com/2019/09/04/stunning-91-achievement-by-nhs-scotland-ae-12-better-than-nhs-england/
  2. For GPs per 100 000 patients: https://www.parliament.scot/parliamentarybusiness/28877.aspx?SearchType=Advance&ReferenceNumbers=S5W-22502&ResultsPerPage=10
  3. For hospital beds*: https://www.parliament.scot/parliamentarybusiness/28877.aspx?SearchType=Advance&ReferenceNumbers=S5W-24570&ResultsPerPage=10
  4. For healthcare spending: http://www.businessforscotland.com/scotlands-nhs-outperforms-the-rest-of-the-uk-heres-why/
  5. And, for access to GPs: https://talkingupscotlandtwo.com/2019/09/18/93-of-scots-can-see-their-gp-within-2-days/

Much of the information for the graphs is, I find later, in: http://www.businessforscotland.com/scotlands-nhs-outperforms-the-rest-of-the-uk-heres-why/

Published by johnrobertson834

Retired Professor of Media Politics Not-for-profit independent political analysis

2 thoughts on “Evidence for this fine graphic going viral

  1. Probably you could cite the ISD Scotland site as well. The information will be there somewhere.

    On a related health matter. The UK losing its measles free status, for UK read England mainly. Matt Hancock, UK Health Secretary, talking at the weekend of compulsory immunisation of children before they start school. The immunisation figures for England are not great.

    Here are the most recent figures for childhood immunisation in Scotland published 24th September 2019 by ISD Scotland

    Childhood Immunisation Statistics Scotland

    Uptake rates remain high in Scotland; over 95% of children had received each routine immunisation by the time they were 12 months of age, apart from rotavirus vaccine, which had 93.5% uptake.

    Rotavirus vaccine helps to protect young children from infection that causes severe diarrhoea and vomiting. This vaccine should be given within the strict age limits of first dose before 15 weeks and second dose before 24 weeks of age. This short time window explains the slightly lower uptake rate.

    The vast majority of children received their booster vaccines by 24 months of age; Hib/MenC (94.5%), Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PCV) (94.4%), MenB (93.7%).

    Almost 94% of children had the first dose of MMR vaccine by 24 months of age. This rose to 97.0% for children who reached age five in the quarter ending June 2019, exceeding the 95% target.

    Uptake of the second dose of MMR vaccine by five years was 91.3%, rising to 93.4% by age six years.

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