When are the Scottish Government's health and sports strategies due?

Written by Staff reporter on 10 February 2017 in Inside Politics

The health and sport related strategies the Scottish Government intends to publish in 2017

Shona Robison

Shona Robison - Scottish Government

In response to a request from the Health and Sport Committee, Health Secretary Shona Robison has confirmed the expected timescale for all the strategies and action plans underway by the Scottish Government. 

They are as follows: 

Mental Health Strategy Near future
Realising Realistic Medicine Spring 2017
National Dementia Strategy Spring 2017
Review of targets and indicators initial report Spring 2017
National health and social care workforce plan Spring 2017
Active and Independent Living Programme Spring 2017
Refreshed alcohol framework Summer 2017
Vision for Nursing 2030 Summer 2017
Child and Adolescent Wellbeing Strategy Autumn 2017
Digital Health and Social Care Strategy (2017-2022) Autumn 2017
Suicide Prevention Strategy Autumn 2017
Carers Act regulations Winter 2017
Oral Health plan Winter 2017
Diet and Obesity Strategy Winter 2017



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