Canlyniadau 1–20 o 1579 ar gyfer speaker:Lord Allan of Hallam

National Immunisation Programme - Question (23 Mai 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, while the politicians may be distracted over the next few months, there is nothing to stop technical teams continuing to work on important tools such as easy online access to immunisation records for adults and children. Before he shuts his office up, can the noble Lord provide us with a written update on progress on online access to immunisation records? To him and his noble friend...

Inflammatory Bowel Disease - Question (20 Mai 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, the Getting It Right First Time review that the Minister mentioned recommended increased access to endoscopy services over six and seven days and with extended hours. These are especially important for people trying to manage a bowel condition and work. Is the Minister satisfied with progress since that report in 2021 in terms of the availability of these services at weekends and in...

Whooping Cough - Question (16 Mai 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, Education Ministers have been very active recently telling parents to send their children to school with coughs and colds, yet the NHS tells us that the early signs of whooping cough are very similar to those of a cold, and we advise people with this condition to stay home and isolate. Does the Minister recognise the risk of confusion for parents in this messaging? Will he talk to...

Folic Acid Fortification - Question (16 Mai 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, it is good to hear that the legislation will be coming forward in July. I am sure that it will have a fair wind, given the cross-party and cross-nation support. One of the questions that the Government consulted on was the implementation period. Passing the regulations is one thing; getting the folic acid into the flour is another. Can the Minister give us any indication as to how...

Health Data: Research and Analysis - Question (15 Mai 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, the Government deserve credit for supporting the development of secure data environments such as OpenSAFELY, but a lot of health research data is still moving around using older and less secure environments, and those who are seeking unauthorised access are becoming ever more sophisticated and dangerous. Will the Minister go back to his department and get it to prioritise, with...

Integration of Primary and Community Care (Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note ( 9 Mai 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, I congratulate the noble Baroness, Lady Pitkeathley, and all the members of the committee for a very useful report on the challenges of integrating primary and community care, and for some potential solutions. I am grateful particularly for an opportunity to talk about data and technology in the health and care system, which is one of my favourite topics. I also congratulate the...

Immunisation: Children - Question ( 8 Mai 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, I know the Minister agrees that it would help if parents had online access to their children’s vaccination records and, with his customary efficiency, he kindly wrote to me following a previous exchange on the digital red book to say that parental access to baby records is being piloted in 70 general practices. Can I ask the Minister to give us a ballpark date for when it might...

International Health Regulations: Amendments - Question ( 7 Mai 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, objective 2 of the UK’s Global Health Framework says that the Government will: “Reform global health architecture, including through a strengthened World Health Organization, driving more coherent governance and collaboration across the international system”. Aside from producing a winning sentence for policy buzzword bingo, can the Minister point to any specific global health...

Homecare Medicines Services (Public Services Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note ( 2 Mai 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, I am grateful to the committee for looking into this service, which is important to so many people, as we have heard, and involves significant if not fully understood public expenditure. I think we have it to the nearest penny on national insurance; we appear to be in that kind of rounding on this form of expenditure. As someone who is still learning about many aspects of the NHS...

NHS England: Ovarian Cancer - Question ( 2 Mai 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, I recently looked at the prostate-specific antigen screening programme advice, which was very good and met the requirements that the Minister has set out. However, I got there only because of a Peer-to-Peer networking episode, where I bumped into another Peer who said, “You really need to go and look at the PSA screening”. It struck me then that this journey into screening...

Immigration Update - Statement ( 1 Mai 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, I cannot resist a buy one, get one free offer, so I want to come back in on the health and social care workforce, as we have this opportunity, and pick up one of the points that the noble Lord, Lord Ponsonby, made around transparency and the impact of the Government’s policies on the workforce. It may be that this is one of those happy occasions where the Government can eat their...

Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules - Motion to Regret ( 1 Mai 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, my noble friend Lord Oates has done us all a favour by ensuring that we are able to have this debate today—a debate which, as he has pointed out to us, involves some of the most vulnerable people coming to this country in order to fill a need that we have. It is that need that has brought me here to make a contribution today. The debate is particularly timely, given that we had...

Care Worker Visa Regime - Question (23 Ebr 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, there are accounts of care workers coming to the UK being exploited, as either the jobs do not exist as advertised or they find themselves in hock to middlemen. Does the Minister agree that people who come here and apply for these visas in good faith should be treated with compassion? Can he explain how many people the Home Office has employed to help those people by going after...

Covid-19 Vaccination: Coronary Disease - Question (23 Ebr 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, there is one substance that we put into our bodies during Covid that has been clearly linked to thousands of excess deaths: alcohol. Are the Government carrying out studies into what happened with alcohol consumption during the pandemic, who was most at risk and how we can ensure that in any future pandemics we do not see excess deaths? We are talking about 2,500 excess deaths...

Medical Student Places - Question (22 Ebr 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, I associate these Benches with the condolences to the families of the noble Baronesses, Lady Gardner and Lady Massey. The Government, in their response to a Guardian article that queried the student numbers, said that numbers will be increasing “exponentially until 2031”. Exponentially is an impressive adverb that is sometimes used to mean something that is fast and getting...

NHS: Long-term Sustainability - Motion to Take Note (18 Ebr 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, I am very grateful to the noble Lord, Lord Patel, for this opportunity and for the reminder of the time of the coalition Government, which I think we might accurately describe as the last sustained period of strong and stable government that we had in this country. It is a moment to remember the work done by my friend Norman Lamb, who I think was recognised as an excellent Minister...

Cass Review - Statement (17 Ebr 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, if I could add to the Minister’s correspondence list, this is really following up the point made by the noble Baroness, Lady Finlay. Dr Cass rightly highlights that we need data about all the young people who present to the services—what service they received and what happened to them over time. Can the Minister include in his letter the measures that the Government will be...

Immunisation: RSV - Question (16 Ebr 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, will the Minister commit to making the vaccination records for new programmes such as RSV available through the NHS app from the outset? I ask this as a parent who has just had to verify his teenage children’s MMR status by hunting down the red books last seen a decade ago to find the tatty piece of paper that is the only record of it. I now have a digital copy through my camera...

Midwives: Bullying - Question (16 Ebr 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, workplace bullying is particularly toxic where managers are involved. This is where non-executive members of the NHS trust boards may come into their own if complaints involve executive members. What is being done to help non-executive members of trust boards be more responsive and able to deal with bullying complaints?

Pandemic Preparedness - Question (15 Ebr 2024)

Lord Allan of Hallam: My Lords, procurement during the pandemic has left a bitter taste in the country. While many good citizens stepped up in the public interest, there are legitimate concerns that others were profiteering at that difficult time. Can the Minister give a firm commitment there would be no VIP fast lane if there were another pandemic? Are the Government putting in place a much more transparent...


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