10 March 2001
The framework outlined eight standards to govern older people's services, including eliminating age discrimination and promoting person-centred care.
19 March 2001
The committee found that there were blurred lines between health and local government regarding public health responsibilities.
28 March 2001
The white paper set out a cross-government statement on learning disabilities, but limited additional resources were a barrier to implementation.
1 April 2001
The purpose of this special health authority was to help NHS trusts to identify issues with doctors.
11 May 2001
The Act created the legislation to underpin the proposals outlined in the the NHS plan, including the creation of care trusts.
1 July 2001
The white paper centred on the devolution of responsibilities to frontline staff and communities.
18 July 2001
Regulation was a central theme of the report of the inquiry into the care of children receiving complex cardiac surgery at the BRI between 1984–95.
9 August 2001
The document set out proposals on the new Council for the Regulation of Healthcare Professionals and the accountability of the individual professional regulatory bodies.
1 September 2001
All non-specialist acute NHS trusts received a star rating based on their performance, but the system was widely criticised.
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