The links section offers access to external websites and pages relevant to surgical practice, education and research, as well as some sites with a broader medical focus. The content of this area is maintained by the Library and whilst we take no responsibility for the content of links, if you would like to report a broken link or suggest a new website please email email@example.com.
Statistics for Health
An independent body responsible for national research on public sector delivery performance.
Department of Health Statistics for hospital attendences, waiting lists and times, the number of available or occupied beds, in-patient care, imaging and radiodiagnostics examinations, the supporting facilities for each NHS Trust in England, and much more.
The official public health portal from the Health and Consumer Protection Directorate-General. It aims to provide European citizens with information on public health issues and policies relevant to them.
A source of data on the care received by inpatients and outpatients at NHS hospitals.
Tabular List of inclusions and four-character subcategories of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems 10th Revision Version for 2003. An English version provided by the Deutsches Institut für Medizinische Dokumentation und Information.
The NHS Scotland's source of health data.
NCEPOD collects details of deaths occurring in hospital within 30 days of a surgical procedure. The data comes from hospitals throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland but not Scotland.
This is produced by the NHS Data Model and Dictionary Service and contains the nationally agreed data standards.
Co-ordinates the collection and sharing of data about health and social care to ensure it becomes more streamlined and efficient.
Deaths that occur in hospital under the care of a surgeon in Scotland, whether an operation has taken place or not.
Links to the web servers of official statistical agencies for different countries around the world.
Official page for publications and statistics from the Department of Health, England.
The official web site for UK statistics including figures for health.
The World Health Organisation Global Programme on Evidence for Health Policy data on health and health-related statistical information.