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    The Scottish Government / Agency Print Publications Unless alternative information is provided in the listing these publications are available from the following suppliers: General Public - Blackwell’s Bookshop, 53 South Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1YS. Tel: 0131 622 8258, Fax: 0131 557 8149, Email: business.edinburgh@blackwell.co.uk Trade BookSource, 50 Cambuslang Road, Cambuslang, G32 8NB, Tel: 0845 370 0067

     Crime, Law, Justice & Rights

1) Forced Marriage: A Civil Remedy? Consultation Paper /--Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 49 p.: pdf. - The

    Scottish Government is seeking your views, through the questions included in this consultation document, on whether

    Scotland should introduce civil legislation on forced marriage. - This document is also available online at

    http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/25131845/15, see today's Daily Listing. Please note that this document is

    not available from Blackwells or Booksource, contact Eileen Flanagan, Violence Against Women Team, Scottish

    Government, Area 2-G, Victoria Quay, Edinburgh, EH6 6QQ or telephone 0131 244 5209. - Subject: Crime, Law, Justice &

    Rights. - 9780755958115

Economics & Finance

1) Key messages: The First ScotRail passenger rail franchise. / Audit Scotland - - Edinburgh: Audit Scotland, 2008. - 5 p.;

    30 cm.: pbk. - This report provides an assessment of Transport Scotland's management of the franchise contract, including

    the awarding of the three-year extension in April 2008, and First ScotRail's performance against franchise terms. - This title

    is not available through Blackwell's or BookSource. For copies please contact: Audit Scotland, 110 George Street,

    Edinburgh, EH2 4LH, Tel: 0845 146 1010, Fax: 0845 146 1009. - Subject: Economics & Finance. - 9781906752200 (?0.00)

2) The First ScotRail passenger rail franchise. / Audit Scotland - - Edinburgh: Audit Scotland, 2008. - 32 p.; 30 cm.: pbk. -

    This report provides an assessment of Transport Scotland's management of the franchise contract, including the awarding of

    the three-year extension in April 2008, and First ScotRail's performance against franchise terms. - This title is not available Send your details to registerdetails@rrd.com to register for your own free email copy of the RR Donnelley Scottish Official Daily, Weekly or Monthly Listing.

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    through Blackwell's or BookSource. For copies please contact: Audit Scotland, 110 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4LH, Tel:

    0845 146 1010, Fax: 0845 146 1009. - Subject: Economics & Finance. - 9781906752194 (?0.00)

3) Financial overview of the NHS in Scotland 2007/08. / Audit Scotland - - Edinburgh: Audit Scotland, 2008. - 32 p.; 30 cm.:

    pbk. - This report provides an overview of the financial performance of the NHS in Scotland in 2007/08 and examines the

    financial challenges and risks for 2008/09 and beyond. The NHS in Scotland spent ?10.1 billion in 2007/08, representing

    around a third of the total spend in the public sector. It remains Scotland's largest employer with over 155,000 people

    providing care in the community, primary and acute settings throughout the country. - This title is not available through

    Blackwell's or BookSource. For copies please contact: Audit Scotland, 110 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4LH, Tel: 0845

    146 1010, Fax: 0845 146 1009. - Subject: Economics & Finance. - 9781906752217 (?0.00)

Health, Well-being and Care

    1) Health in Scotland 2007: Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer. / - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. -

    36 p.: 34 cm. pbk. - The Chief Medical Officer's Report to First Minister on the health of the Nation. - This document is also

    available online at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/26155748/8, see Daily Listing No.1078 (2 December

    2008) - Subject: Health, Well-being and Care. - 9780755958399

2) Better Together: Scotland's Patient Experience Programme: Building on the Experiences of NHS Patients and Users

    /Patient Perspective Stephen Bruster and Scottish Government Social Research 2008 - - Edinburgh: The Scottish

    Government, 2008. - 82 p.: pdf. - (Social Research: Health and Community Care: Patient Experience). - This report

    qualitatively examines the aspects of their health care that Scottish patients view as being important. The research includes

    the views of hospital inpatients, people with a long-term health condition and the views of people about general practice

    services. The results of this research will be used to help design a range of instruments which will gather patient’s

    experiences of healthcare as inpatients, users of GP services and people with long-term conditions. Also available online at

    http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/20095545/15, see Daily Listing 26th November. This publication is not

    available from Blackwell's or BookSource, please call 0131 244 7560. - - Subject: Health, Well-being and Care -

    9780755973125

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3) Better Together: Scotland's Patient Experience Programme: Building on Experience: Public Priorities with Respect

    to General Practice Care /MRUK Scottish Government Kirsty McKissock, Social Research - - Edinburgh: The Scottish

    Government, 2008. - 52 p.: 30cm.: pbk. - (Social Research: Health and Community Care: Patient Experience, 0950 2254). -

    A survey to collect information and views from a representative sample of the Scottish population regarding their

    expectations and priorities for the provision of GP services. Findings will be used to inform the development of a Scottish GP

    patient survey. Also available online at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/24110311/8 see Daily Listing 26th

    November. This title is not available from Blackwell's or BookSource, please call 0131 244 7560. - - Subject: Health, Well-

    being and Care - 9780755972913

    4) Better Together: Scotland's Patient Experience Programme Building on the Experiences of NHS Boards. / Patient

    Perspective Rachel Reeves - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 68 p.: 30cm.:pdf. - (Social Research: Health

    and Community Care: Patient Experience, 0950 2254). - This research documents Scottish Health Boards’ current patient

    experience activities and Boards representatives’ experiences of and attitudes towards patient experience. The research

    also examined expectations of the Scottish Patient Experience Programme and beliefs about patients’ priorities. Also

    available online at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/24143527/9 see Daily Listing 26th November. This title

    is not available from Blackwell's or BookSource, please call 0131 244 7560. . - - Subject: Health, Well-being and Care -

    9780755973033

5) Better Together: Scotland's Patient Experience Programme Building on the Experiences of NHS Boards - Research

    Findings No. 1 /Patient Perspective Rachel Reeves - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 4 p.: 30cm. :pbk. -

    (Social Research: Health and Community Care: Patient Experience, Research Findings: No.1/2008). - This research

    documents Scottish Health Boards’ current patient experience activities and Boards representatives’ experiences of and

    attitudes towards patient experience. The research also examined expectations of the Scottish Patient Experience

    Programme and beliefs about patients’ priorities. Also available online at

    http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/20095923/2 see Daily Listing 28th November. This title is not available from

    Blackwell's or BookSource, please call 0131 244 7560. - - Subject: Health, Well-being and Care - 9780755973132

6) Better Together: Scotland's Patient Experience Programme Building on the Experiences of NHS Patients and Users

    - Research Finding No. 2. / Patient Perspective Stephen Bruster - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 4 p.:

    30cm. : pbk. - (Social Research: Health and Community Care: Patient Experience, Research Findings: No.2/2008). - This

    research findings qualitatively examines the aspects of their health care that Scottish patients view as being important. The

    research includes the views of hospital inpatients, people with a long-term health condition and the views of people about

    Send your details to registerdetails@rrd.com to register for your own free email copy of the RR Donnelley Scottish Official Daily, Weekly or Monthly Listing.

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    general practice services. The results of this research will be used to help design a range of instruments which will gather

    patient’s experiences of healthcare as inpatients, users of GP services and people with long-term conditions. Also available

    online at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/20095744/2, see Daily Listing 26th November. This publication is

    not available through Blackwell's or BookSource, please call 0131 224 7560. - - Subject: Health, Well-being and Care -

    9780755973187

People, Communities & Living

1) Changing Lives Newsletter - Autumn/Winter 2008. / - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 8 p.: 30 cm.: pbk. -

    (Autumn/Winter 2008). - Bi-annual newsletter for the Changing Lives programme for the social work sector, produced by

    Workforce and Capacity Issues Division, CYPSC. - This document is also available online at

    http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/25153728/6, see Daily Listing No.1079 (2 December 2008). Please note

    that this document is not available from Blackwells or Booksource, for further information contact Ben Coburn on 0131 244

    7683 or email ben.cpburn@scotland.gsi.gov.uk - Subject: People, Communities & Living. - * This title is not available

    through Blackwell's or BookSource. For more information please contact:

2) The SHARP study: findings of a controlled study of the effects of housing and neighbourhood change on health

    and well-being Research Findings 18/2008. / Elise Whitley Phil Mason, Ade Kearns, Department of Urban Studies,

    University of Glasgow , London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (formerly of MRCSPHSU) Mark Petticrew, et al. - -

    Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 4 p.: 30cm.:pbk. - (Social Research: Housing, Regeneration and Planning,

    No.18/2008). - Research from a longitudinal study of the health and social impacts on tenants which result from moving into

    new-build socially rented housing. Also available online at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/25153526/3, see

    Daily Listing 28th November. This title is not available from Blackwell's or BookSource, please call 0131 244 7573. - -

    Subject: People, Communities & Living - 9780755972869

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     The Scottish Government / Agency Online Publications These publications are available free of charge on the listed websites. Some publications may also be published in print format in which case they will be listed above. Please note print publication does not always take place on the same day as the online version is made available.

Agriculture

    1) Consultation on The Swine Vesicular Disease (Scotland) Order 2009. / Implementing Council Directive 92/119/EEC (as

    amended) on the control of Swine Vesicular Disease - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 40 p.: pdf. - This draft

    Scottish Statutory Instrument is intended to be used in the event of an outbreak of Swine Vesicular Disease (SVD), as well

    as meeting our obligation to fully implement Directive 92/119/EEC as amended. - Consultation period: 27 November 2008 to

    5 February 2009. Please send any views or comments to the Directive to: Andrew Urquhart, Room 358, Pentland House,

    Scottish Government Rural Directorate, Edinburgh, EH14 1TY, (andrew.urquhart@scotland.gsi.gov.uk). - Subject:

    Agriculture. - 9780755918867 (Web only) http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/28120534/14

Care & Social Work

1) SWIA Performance Inspection Falkirk Council /--Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 106 p.: pdf. - Performance

    Inspection Report by Social Work Inspection Agency of Social Work Services by Falkirk Council. - - Subject: Care & Social

    Work. 9781905501793 http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/28142630/15

2) SWIA Performance Inspection Summary Falkirk Council. / - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 6 p.: pdf. -

    Summary of Performance Inspection Report by Social Work Inspection Agency of Social Work Services by Falkirk Council. -

    - Subject: Care & Social Work. - 9781905501809 (Web only) http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/27144000/2

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Crime, Law, Justice & Rights

1) Criminal Justice Directorate Circular JD/9/2008 The Criminal Proceedings etc. (Reform) (Scotland) Act 2007

    (Commencement No. 5) Order 2008. . / - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 5 p.: pdf. - Circular detailing

    provisions commencing on 8 December 2008 under The Criminal Proceedings etc. (Reform) (Scotland) Act 2007

    (Commencement No. 5) Order 2008. - - Subject: Crime, Law, Justice & Rights. - 9780755918829 (Web only)

     http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/27154900/3

2) Statistics Release Police Officer Quarterly Strengths Statistics Scotland, 30 September 2008. / An Official Statistics

    Publication for Scotland - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 6 p.: pdf. - (0264 1178 ).-This publication presents

    statistics on Police Officer Quarterly Strength, which give the number of full-time equivalent police officers employed by the

    eight Scottish police forces. - - Subject: Crime, Law, Justice & Rights. - 9780755973422 (Web only)

     http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/27114830/6

3) HM Chief Inspector of Prisons for Scotland: Out of Sight - Severe and Enduring Mental Health Problems in

    Scotland's Prisons: Summary of main findings. / - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 6 p.: pdf. - Summary

    findings from Thematic Report on Severe and Enduring Mental Health Problems in Scotland's Prisons. - - Subject: Crime,

    Law, Justice & Rights. 9780755958733 http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/10112354/2

4) HM Chief Inspector of Prisons for Scotland: Out of Sight: Severe and Enduring Mental Health Problems in

    Scotland's Prisons. / - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 83 p.: pdf. - Mental Health Report. - - Subject: Crime,

    Law, Justice & Rights. 9780755958719 http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/10131239/14

    5) Forced Marriage: A Civil Remedy? Consultation Paper /--Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 49 p.: pdf. - the

    Scottish Government is seeking your views, through the questions included in this consultation document, on whether

    Scotland should introduce civil legislation on forced marriage. - - Subject: Crime, Law, Justice & Rights. - 9780755958115

     http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/25131845/15

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Economics and Finance

    1) First Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisers: December 2008. / - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government,

    2008. - 65 p.: pdf. - First Annual Report of the Scottish Council of Economic Advisers. - - Subject: Economics and Finance.

    9780755958986 http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/12/04092147/15

Education and Skills

1) A Consultation on the Next Generation of National Qualifications in Scotland - Consultation Responses /--Edinburgh:

    The Scottish Government, 2008. - 1 html page with 1352 pdf links. - Responses to the consultation which set out a range of

    proposals designed to ensure that National Qualifications fully reflect Curriculum for Excellence and equip our young people

    for the demands of the Twenty-first Century. . - On 10 June 2008, the Scottish Government launched a consultation on the

    next generation of national qualifications in Scotland. The consultation was open for responses until 31 October 2008. A total

    of 1807 responses were received to the consultation. Of these, 907 were responses by organisations and 900 by individuals.

    The number of responses to be made available to the public is 681 organisation responses and 671 individual responses -

    Subject: Education and Skills. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/28135754/0

2) Futureskills Scotland - The Work-Readiness of Recruits from Colleges and Universities in Scotland: Full Report

    /Helenor Landsburgh This research was undertaken by Andrea Glass, Alison Quashie and Alan McGregor of the Training

    and Employment Research Unit ( TERU) at the University of Glasgow. and A Research Report Produced for Futureskills

    Scotland by the Training and Employment Research Unit (TERU) at the University of Glasgow - - Edinburgh: The Scottish

    Government, 2008. - 50 p.: pdf. - The Work-Readiness of Recruits from Colleges and Universities in Scotland: Full Report. -

    - Subject: Education and Skills. - 9780755958900 (Web only) http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/27154639/11

3) Futureskills Scotland - The Work-Readiness of Recruits from Colleges and Universities in Scotland: Summary

    Report /A Research Report Produced for Futureskills Scotland by the Training and Employment Research Unit (TERU) at

    the University of Glasgow - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 18 p.: pdf. - The Work-Readiness of Recruits

    from Colleges and Universities in Scotland: Summary Report. - - Subject: Education and Skills. - 9780755958917 (Web only)

     http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/27154603/8

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    4) Consultation on the right to request time to train for employees in Scotland - Consultation Responses /--Edinburgh:

    The Scottish Government, 2008. - 1 html page with 43 pdf links. - The Scottish Government consulted on whether the

    proposed right to request time off to train should be extended to employees in Scotland. 43 responses were received to the

    consultation. - - Subject: Education and Skills http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/28105610/8

Energy and Fuel

1) Modelling Changes to the Renewables Obligation. / SQW Energy, Redfield Consulting, et al. - - Edinburgh: The Scottish

    Government, 2008. - 78 p.: pdf. - (Social Research: Environment, 0950 2254). - This research looks at the impacts that may

    result if the Scottish Government offers differing levels of support through increased ROC multiples (relative to the rest of the

    UK) to encourage the development and deployment of renewable energy technologies. - - Subject: Energy and Fuel. -

    9780755972852 (Web only) http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/10/29115428/9

Environment

    1) Planning Enforcement Regulations 2007: Consultation Paper: Analysis of Consultation Responses. / - - Edinburgh:

    The Scottish Government, 2008. - 24 p.: pdf. - Analysis of consultation responses. - - Subject: Environment. -

    9780755973309 (Web only) http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/12/02110236/16

    2) Modernising Planning Appeals: Consultation Paper: Analysis of Consultation Responses /--Edinburgh: The Scottish

    Government, 2008. - 63 p.: pdf. - Analysis of consultation responses. - - Subject: Environment. - 9780755973217 (Web only)

     http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/12/02095331/10

    3) Modernising Planning Appeals: Consultation Paper: Analysis of Consultation Responses: Main Findings. / - -

    Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 9 p.: pdf. - Analysis of consultation responses, main findings. - - Subject:

    Environment. - 9780755973224 (Web only) http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/12/02095250/2

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    4) Planning Hierarchy: Consultation Paper: Analysis of Consultation Responses. / - - Edinburgh: The Scottish

    Government, 2008. - 74 p.: pdf. - Analysis of consultation responses. - - Subject: Environment. - 9780755973231 (Web only)

     http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/12/02144950/12

    5) Householder Permitted Development Rights: Consultation Paper. / - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 53

    p.: pdf. - This consultation paper concerns the relaxation of planning controls on development in relation to existing

    dwellinghouses thus removing the need for planning applications. - - Subject: Environment. - 9780755973408 (Web only)

     http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/12/02145212/11

    6) Scotland's Climate Change Adaptation Framework - Consultation Responses. / - - Edinburgh: The Scottish

    Government, 2008. - 1 html with 68 pdf links. - Consultation Responses to inform Scotland's Climate Change Adaptation

    Framework. - - Subject: Environment. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/12/04145635/0

Government, Politics & Public Administration

1) Consultation on the Approach to Implementation of the EU Remedies Directive: Responses to the Consultation /--

    Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 50 p.: pdf. - Consultation on the approach to implementing the EU Remedies

    Directive --Subject: Government, Politics & Public Administration. - 9780755918836 (Web only)

     http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/28120833/15

Health, Well-being and Care

    1) Health in Scotland 2007: Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer. / - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. -

    39 p.: pdf. - The Chief Medical Officer's Report to First Minister on the health of the Nation. - - Subject: Health, Well-being

    and Care. 9780755958399 http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/26155748/8

2) Equipment and Adaptations Guidance for Health and Local Authority Partnerships - Consultation on Draft Guidance.

    / - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 52 p.: pdf. - Draft guidance for consultation on the provision of equipment

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    and adaptations by health and local authorities. - Written responses to this consultation paper should be received by 31

    March 2009. Please send your response to: Amy.phillips@scotland.gsi.gov.uk or Amy Phillips, Scottish Government,

    Partnership Improvement and Outcomes Division, St Andrews House, Regent Road, Edinburgh, EH1 3DG - Subject: Health,

    Well-being and Care. - 9780755918881 (Web only) http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/12/03120911/17

    3) Risk and Protective Factors for Suicide and Suicidal Behaviour: A Literature Review. / Scottish Development Centre

    for Mental Health Joanne McLean, Department of Applied Social Science Margaret Maxwell, University of Stirling , et al. - -

    Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 145 p.: pdf. - (Social Research: Health and Community Care, 0950 2254). - A

    systematic international literature review of review-level data on suicide risk factors and primary evidence of protective

    factors against suicide. - - Subject: Health, Well-being and Care. - 9780755973040 (Web only)

     http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/28141444/23

    4) Risk and Protective Factors for Suicide and Suicidal Behaviour: A Literature Review - Research Finding /Scottish

    Development Centre for Mental Health Joanne McLean, Department of Applied Social Science Margaret Maxwell,

    University of Stirling , et al. - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 4 p.: pdf. - (Social Research: Health and

    Community Care, Research Findings: No.70/2008). - A summary of systematic international literature review of review-level

    data on suicide risk factors and primary evidence of protective factors against suicide. - - Subject: Health, Well-being and

    Care. - 9780755973057 http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/28141412/2

People, Communities & Living

1) Race Equality Scheme 2008-2011. / - - Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008. - 428 p.: pdf. - The Race Equality

    Scheme will set out the Government's arrangements for meeting the statutory duty to promote race equality. - - Subject:

    People, Communities & Living. - 9780755959174 (Web only) http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/28092741/18

2) Reporting on Progress towards Equality of Opportunity between Disabled Persons and Other Persons made by

    Public Authorities in Scotland: The Scottish Ministers' Duties: Rural Affairs and the Environment. / - - Edinburgh: The

    Scottish Government, 2008. - 37 p.: pdf. - Report on disability equality across rural and environment portfolio. - - Subject:

    People, Communities & Living. 9780755959303 http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/28145319/7

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