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NHS Data Model and Dictionary Service

Type:Patch
Reference:1526
Version No:1.0
Subject:Updating of Health and Justice Organisation hyperlinks
Effective Date:Immediate
Reason for Change:Patch
Publication Date:18 May 2015

Background:

ISB 0090 Amd 9/2014: Organisation Data Service – Health and Justice Organisation Identifiers introduced a new file for the publication of a set of unique identification codes for Health and Justice Organisations across England.

The associated NHS Data Model and Dictionary Change Request introduced a number of new NHS Business Definitions to support the Organisation Data Service standard.

This patch updates the following NHS Data Model and Dictionary items to add hyperlinks to the Health and Justice Organisations that are present in the NHS Data Model and Dictionary, which do not affect any Information Standards:

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Summary of changes:

Supporting Information
FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGIST   Changed Description
LOOKED AFTER CHILD   Changed Description
 
Attribute Definitions
DISCHARGE DESTINATION   Changed Description
DISCHARGE METHOD   Changed Description
SOURCE OF REFERRAL FOR MENTAL HEALTH   Changed Description
 
Data Elements
ACTIVITY LOCATION TYPE CODE (SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICE)   Changed Description
 

Date:18 May 2015
Sponsor:Richard Kavanagh, Head of Data Standards - Interoperability Specifications, Architecture, Standards and Innovation, Health and Social Care Information Centre

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FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGIST

Change to Supporting Information: Changed Description

A Forensic Psychologist is recognised by the British Psychological Society.

Forensic Psychologists apply psychological principles within criminal and civil legal contexts across the domains of assessment, treatment, research, consultancy, training, management and supervision.  Client groups can include the courts, offenders, victims, and criminal justice personnel such as the police, prison and probation staff.  Client groups can include the Courts, offenders, victims, and criminal justice personnel such as the police, Prison and probation staff.

Forensic Psychologists work across a wide range of settings that include custody, community, health, academic institutions, and the courts, in both public and private practice.Forensic Psychologists work across a wide range of settings that include custody, community, health, academic institutions, and the Courts, in both public and private practice. 

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LOOKED AFTER CHILD

Change to Supporting Information: Changed Description

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
  • 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.

 

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DISCHARGE DESTINATION

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

The destination of a PATIENT on completion of a Hospital Provider Spell, or a note that the PATIENT died or was a still birth.

National Codes:

19Usual place of residence unless listed below, for example, a private dwelling whether owner occupied or owned by Local Authority, housing association or other landlord. This includes wardened accommodation but not residential accommodation where health care is provided. It also includes PATIENTS with no fixed abode.
29Temporary place of residence when usually resident elsewhere (includes hotel, residential educational establishment)
29Temporary place of residence when usually resident elsewhere (includes hotel, residential Educational Establishment)
30Repatriation from high security psychiatric accommodation in an NHS Hospital Provider (NHS Trust or NHS Foundation Trust)
37Court
37Court
38Penal establishment or police station
48High Security Psychiatric Hospital, Scotland
49NHS other hospital provider - high security psychiatric accommodation
50NHS other hospital provider - medium secure unit
51NHS other hospital provider - ward for general PATIENTS or the younger physically disabled
52NHS other hospital provider - ward for maternity PATIENTS or Neonates 
53NHS other hospital provider - ward for PATIENTS who are mentally ill or have learning disabilities
49NHS other Hospital Provider - high security psychiatric accommodation
50NHS other Hospital Provider - medium secure unit
51NHS other Hospital Provider - WARD for general PATIENTS or the younger physically disabled
52NHS other Hospital Provider - WARD for maternity PATIENTS or Neonates 
53NHS other Hospital Provider - WARD for PATIENTS who are mentally ill or have Learning Disabilities
54NHS run Care Home 
65Local Authority residential accommodation i.e. where care is provided
66Local Authority foster care
79Not applicable - PATIENT died or still birth
84Non-NHS run hospital - medium secure unit
85Non-NHS (other than Local Authority) run Care Home 
87Non-NHS run hospital
88Non-NHS (other than Local Authority) run Hospice
88Non-NHS (other than Local Authority) run Hospice
 

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DISCHARGE METHOD

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

The method of discharge from a Hospital Provider Spell.

National Codes:

1PATIENT discharged on clinical advice or with clinical consent
2PATIENT discharged him/herself or was discharged by a relative or advocate
3PATIENT discharged by mental health review tribunal, Home Secretary or court
3PATIENT discharged by mental health review tribunal, Home Secretary or Court
4PATIENT died
5Stillbirth
 

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SOURCE OF REFERRAL FOR MENTAL HEALTH

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

The source of referral of a Mental Health Care Spell.

National Codes:

 Primary Health Care 
A1GENERAL MEDICAL PRACTITIONER 
A2Health Visitor 
A3Other Primary Health Care
 Self Referral 
B1Self
B2Carer
 Local Authority Services 
C1Social Services
C2Education Service
 Employer 
D1Employer
 Justice System 
E1Police
E2Courts
E2Courts
E3Probation Service
E4Prison
E4Prison
E5Court Liaison and Diversion Service
 Child Health 
F1School Nurse 
F2Hospital-based Paediatrics
F3Community-based Paediatrics
 Independent/Voluntary Sector 
G1Independent sector - Medium Secure Inpatients
G2Independent Sector - Low Secure Inpatients
G3Other Independent Sector Mental Health Services
G4Voluntary Sector
 Acute Secondary Care 
H1Accident and Emergency Department 
H2Other secondary care specialty
 Other Mental Health NHS Trust 
I1Temporary transfer from another Mental Health NHS Trust
I2Permanent transfer from another Mental Health NHS Trust
 Internal referrals  from Community Mental Health Team (within own NHS Trust) 
J1Community Mental Health Team (Adult Mental Health)
J2Community Mental Health Team (Older People)
J3Community Mental Health Team (Learning Disabilities)
J4Community Mental Health Team (Child and Adolescent Mental Health)
 Internal referrals from Inpatient Service (within own NHS Trust) 
K1Inpatient Service (Adult Mental Health)
K2Inpatient Service (Older People)
K3Inpatient Service (Forensics)
K4Inpatient Service (Child and Adolescent Mental Health)
K5Inpatient Service (Learning Disabilities)
 Transfer by graduation (within own NHS Trust) 
L1Transfer by graduation from Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services to Adult Mental Health Services
L2Transfer by graduation from Adult Mental Health Services to Older Peoples Mental Health Services
 Other
M1Asylum Services
M2Telephone or Electronic Access Service
M3Out of Area Agency
M4Drug Action Team / Drug Misuse Agency
M5Jobcentre Plus **
M6Other service or agency
 Improving Access to Psychological Therapies
N1Stepped up from low intensity Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Service *
N2Stepped down from high intensity Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Service *

Notes:

 

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ACTIVITY LOCATION TYPE CODE (SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICE)

Change to Data Element: Changed Description

Format/Length:See ACTIVITY LOCATION TYPE CODE
HES Item: 
National Codes: 
Default Codes: 

Notes:
ACTIVITY LOCATION TYPE CODE (SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICE) is the same as attribute ACTIVITY LOCATION TYPE CODE.

For the Sexual and Reproductive Health Activity Data Set, the permitted values are listed below:

Permitted National Codes:

A01PATIENT's Home
B01Primary Care Health Centre
L99Other Educational Premises
M01Prison
M01Prison
X01Other locations not elsewhere classified
 

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For enquiries about this Change Request, please email information.standards@hscic.gov.uk