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  • 12 August 2020

    Hospital onset COVID-19 cases in Scotland 12 August 2020

    This release provides data on hospital onset COVID-19 infections in Scotland. A system for monitoring COVID-19 is critical to tracking hospital transmission. This will inform control measures. Please note: this release is produced by National Services Scotland (NSS) who work very closely with PHS.

  • COVID-19 statistical report 12 August 2020

    This report provides a range of analyses relating to COVID-19 with a specific focus on patterns associated with the age, sex and deprivation of people affected by the virus.

  • National Naloxone Programme Scotland Monitoring report 11 August 2020

    Accidental overdose is a common cause of death among users of heroin, morphine and similar drugs, which are referred to as opioids. Naloxone is a drug which reverses the effects of a potentially fatal overdose with these drugs. This report from Public Health Scotland presents information on the number of take-home naloxone kits issued by the National Naloxone Programme in Scotland to the end of financial year 2018/19.

  • Hospital Standardised Mortality Ratios 11 August 2020

    These statistics are updated on a quarterly basis and reflect the HSMR for the latest 12 month reporting period when drawing comparisons against the Scottish average, whilst crude mortality data is presented by quarter to show trends.

  • Prescribing statistics - monthly prescribing activity data 11 August 2020

    The data extract is presented as downloadable text (.csv) file and covers practice level prescribing for the month of May 2020. A dashboard will also be available to enable preview the data without downloading the large file. The data extract will also feed into existing dashboards which present historical data already published elsewhere on the ISD website (in the July 2020 Summary stats dashboard).

  • 05 August 2020

    COVID-19 statistical report 5 August 2020

    This report provides a range of analyses relating to COVID-19 with a specific focus on patterns associated with the age, sex and deprivation of people affected by the virus.