Change Request
 

NHS Connecting for Health

NHS Data Model and Dictionary Service

Reference: Change Request 1284
Version No:1.0
Subject:Maternity and Children's Secondary Uses Data Sets Update Patch
Effective Date:Immediate
Reason for Change:Patch
Publication Date:9 February 2012

Background:

This Patch updates items used in the Maternity and Children's Secondary Uses Data Sets:

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Summary of changes:

Supporting Information
CHILD PROTECTION PLAN   Changed Description, Aliases
LOOKED AFTER CHILD   Changed Description
NATIONAL SERVICE FRAMEWORK FOR CHILDREN YOUNG PEOPLE AND MATERNITY SERVICES   Changed Description
 
Data Elements
DATA SET SEGMENT RECORDS TOTAL   Changed Description
DATA SET VERSION NUMBER   Changed Description
 

Date:9 February 2012
Sponsor:Richard Kavanagh, NHS Connecting for Health

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CHILD PROTECTION PLAN

Change to Supporting Information: Changed Description, Aliases

This item is being used for development purposes and has not yet been assured by the Information Standards Board for Health and Social Care.

A Child Protection Plan is a CARE PLAN.

A Child Protection Plan should:

  • assess the likelihood of the child suffering harm and look at ways that the child can be protected;
  • decide upon short and long term aims to reduce the likelihood of harm to the child and to protect the child’s welfare;
  • clarify people’s responsibilities and actions to be taken; and
  • outline ways of monitoring and evaluating progress.

For further information on Child Protection Plans, see the Children's Legal Centre website.

 

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CHILD PROTECTION PLAN

Change to Supporting Information: Changed Description, Aliases


LOOKED AFTER CHILD

Change to Supporting Information: Changed Description

This item is being used for development purposes and has not yet been assured by the Information Standards Board for Health and Social Care.

A Looked After Child (also referred to as a Child Looked After) is a PERSON.

A Looked After Child is a child in the care of a Local Authority either:

  • through a Care Order made by a court or
  • voluntary agreement with their parent(s) to accommodate them.

They may be looked after:

All Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children are also Looked After Children.

For further information on Looked After Children, see the Department for Education website.

 

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NATIONAL SERVICE FRAMEWORK FOR CHILDREN YOUNG PEOPLE AND MATERNITY SERVICES

Change to Supporting Information: Changed Description

This item is being used for development purposes and has not yet been assured by the Information Standards Board for Health and Social Care.

The National Service Framework for Children, Young People and Maternity Services (referred to as the Children's National Service Framework) was introduced in 2004 and is a 10 year programme intended to stimulate long-term and sustained improvement in children’s health.

It aims to ensure fair, high quality and integrated health and social care from pregnancy, right through to adulthood. Experience before birth and in early life has a significant impact on the life chances of each individual: improving the health and welfare of parents and children is the surest way to a healthier nation.

At the heart of the Children's National Service Framework is a fundamental change in thinking about health and social care services. It is intended to lead to a cultural shift, resulting in services which are designed and delivered around the needs of children and families using those services, not around the needs of organisations. The Children's National Service Framework is aimed at everyone who comes into contact with, or delivers services to children and young people.

For further information on the Children's National Service Framework, see the:For further information on the Children's National Service Framework, see the Department of Health National Service Framework for Children, Young People and Maternity Services: Executive summary.

 

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DATA SET SEGMENT RECORDS TOTAL

Change to Data Element: Changed Description

Format/Length:n5
Format/Length:max n5
HES Item: 
National Codes: 
Default Codes: 

This item is being used for development purposes and has not yet been assured by the Information Standards Board for Health and Social Care.

Notes:
DATA SET SEGMENT RECORDS TOTAL is the total number of segment records within a file submission for one of the three Maternity and Children's Secondary Uses Data Sets which support the National Service Framework for Children Young People and Maternity Services (Maternity Services Secondary Uses Data Set, Childrens and Young People's Health Services Secondary Uses Data Set or Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services Secondary Uses Data Set).

The DATA SET SEGMENT RECORDS TOTAL Data Element flows in the Data Set File Header and Footer. See Maternity and Childrens Data Sets Submission Requirements for further details.

 

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DATA SET VERSION NUMBER

Change to Data Element: Changed Description

Format/Length:nn.nn
Format/Length:max n2.max n2
HES Item: 
National Codes: 
Default Codes: 

This item is being used for development purposes and has not yet been assured by the Information Standards Board for Health and Social Care.

Notes:
DATA SET VERSION NUMBER is the version number of a Data Set.

 

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