NHS Data Model and DictionaryNHS Digital
Type:Patch
Reference:1786
Version No:1.0
Subject:Attribute Headings
Effective Date:Immediate
Reason for Change:Patch
Publication Date:12 August 2020

Background:

Work on the versions of the Data Dictionary from 3+ onwards, has identified the following issues:

This patch:

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Summary of changes:

Attribute Definitions
ACCOMMODATION STATUS CODE   Changed Description
CHILDHOOD IMMUNISATION TYPE   Changed Description
DEATH LOCATION TYPE CODE   Changed Description
MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM MEETING TYPE FOR CANCER   Changed Description
OTHER PERSON IN ATTENDANCE AT CARE CONTACT   Changed Description
QUALIFICATION ATTAINMENT LEVEL FOR IMPROVING ACCESS TO PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPIES   Changed Description
RELATIONSHIP TO PERSON FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE   Changed Description
RELATIONSHIP TO PERSON FOR COMMUNITY   Changed Description
SEXUAL HEALTH AND HIV ACTIVITY PROPERTY TYPE   Changed Description
SOURCE OF REFERRAL FOR OUT-PATIENTS   Changed Description
 
Data Elements
INTENDED CLINICAL CARE INTENSITY CODE   Changed Description
 

Date:12 August 2020
Sponsor:Nicholas Oughtibridge, Head of Clinical Data Architecture, NHS Digital

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ACCOMMODATION STATUS CODE

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

An indication of the type of accommodation that a PATIENT currently has. This should be based on the PATIENT's main or permanent residence.

Notes:

National Codes:

MA00Mainstream Housing
MA01Owner occupier
MA02Settled mainstream housing with family/friends
MA03Shared ownership scheme e.g. Social Homebuy Scheme (tenant purchase percentage of home value from landlord)
MA04Tenant - Local Authority/Arms Length Management Organisation/Registered Landlord
MA05Tenant - Housing Association
MA06Tenant - private landlord
MA09Other mainstream housing (not listed)
HM00Homeless
HM01Rough sleeper
HM02Squatting
HM03Night shelter/emergency hostel/Direct access hostel (temporary accommodation accepting self referrals, no waiting list and relatively frequent vacancies)
HM04Sofa surfing (sleeps on different friends floor each night)
HM05Placed in temporary accommodation by Local Authority (including Homelessness resettlement service) e.g. Bed and Breakfast accommodation
HM06Staying with friends/family as a short term guest
HM07Other homeless (not listed)
MH00Accommodation with mental health care support
MH01Supported accommodation (accommodation supported by staff or resident caretaker)
MH02Supported lodgings (lodgings supported by staff or resident caretaker)
MH03Supported group home (supported by staff or resident caretaker)
MH04Mental Health Registered Care Home
MH09Other accommodation with mental health care and support (not listed)
HS00Acute/long stay healthcare residential facility/hospital
HS01NHS acute psychiatric WARD
HS02Independent hospital/clinic
HS03Specialist rehabilitation/recovery
HS04Secure psychiatric unit
HS05Other NHS facilities/hospital
HS09Other acute/long stay healthcare residential facility/hospital (not listed)
CH00Accommodation with other (not specialist mental health) care support
CH01Foyer - accommodation for young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or in housing need
CH02Refuge
CH03Non-Mental Health Registered Care Home
CH09Other accommodation with care and support (not specialist mental health) (not listed)
CJ00Accommodation with criminal justice support
CJ01Bail/Probation hostel
CJ02Prison
CJ03Young Offender Institution
CJ04Detention Centre
CJ05Young Offender Institution (15-17)
CJ06Young Offender Institution (18-21)
CJ07Secure Children's Home (Secure Welfare Accommodation only)
CJ08Secure Children's Home (Youth Detention Accommodation only)
CJ09Other accommodation with criminal justice support such as ex-offender support (Retired 1 April 2020)
CJ10Secure Children's Home (Secure Welfare Accommodation and Youth Detention Accommodation)
CJ11Secure Training Centre
CJ12Other accommodation with criminal justice support (not listed)
SH00Sheltered Housing (accommodation with a scheme manager or warden living on the premises or nearby, contactable by an alarm system if necessary)
SH01Sheltered housing for older persons
SH02Extra care sheltered housing (also known as 'very sheltered housing'. For people who are less able to manage on their own, but who do need an extra level of care. Services offered vary between schemes, but meals and some personal care are often provided.)
SH03Nursing Home for older persons
SH09Other sheltered housing (not listed)
ML00Mobile accommodation
 Other 
OC96Not elsewhere classified
OC96Other (Not elsewhere classified)
 

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CHILDHOOD IMMUNISATION TYPE

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

The type of childhood immunisation given to a child on the IMMUNISATION DATE.

Note: National Codes in bold are at a high level. Either the higher level national code or the lower level code national code should be reported as required by the Data Set.Note: 

  • National Codes ending in "0" are at a high level. Either the higher level national code or the lower level code national code should be reported as required by the Data Set.

National Codes:

010Diphtheria
011D3 - Diphtheria
012D4 - Diphtheria booster
020Pertussis
021aP3 - Pertussis
022aP4 - Pertussis booster
030Tetanus
031T3 - Tetanus
032T4 - Tetanus booster
040Polio
041Po3 - Polio
042Po4 - Polio booster
050Haemophilus influenzae type b
051Hib3 - Haemophilus influenzae type b
060Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)
061MMR1 - Measles, Mumps, Rubella 1
062MMR2 - Measles, Mumps, Rubella 2
070Meningococcal serogroup C (MenC)
080Haemophilus influenzae type b and Meningococcal C (booster) (Hib/MenC (booster))
090Pneumococcal (PCV)
091PCV2 - Pneumococcal
092PCV (booster) - Pneumococcal (booster)
093PCV1 - Pneumococcal
100Low dose Diphtheria
110Human papillomavirus (HPV)
120Rotavirus
130Hepatitis B (Hep B)
131Hepatitis B (Hep B3) - Routine
132Hepatitis B (Hep B) - Selective
140Tuberculosis (BCG)
150Meningococcal serogroup B (MenB)
151MenB2 - Meningococcal serogroup B
152MenB (booster) - Meningococcal serogroup B (booster)
160Meningococcal ACWY
170Nasal Flu Vaccination
 

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DEATH LOCATION TYPE CODE

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

The type of LOCATION:

Note that ORGANISATIONS may choose to collect the DEATH LOCATION TYPE CODE codes at the high level (shown in bold) or at the more detailed level below each high-level code.Note that ORGANISATIONS may choose to collect the DEATH LOCATION TYPE CODE codes at the high level (National Codes ending in "0") or at the more detailed level below each high-level code.

National Codes:

10Hospital
20Private Residence
21PATIENT's own home
22Other private residence (e.g. relative's home, Carer's home)
30Hospice
40Care Home 
41Care Home With Nursing
42Care Home Without Nursing
50Other (not listed)
 

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MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM MEETING TYPE FOR CANCER

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

The type of Multidisciplinary Team Meeting at which the PATIENT's Cancer Care Plan was discussed.

Note: the codes at the high level (shown in bold) are Tumour groups and the items below each high-level code are Multidisciplinary Teams.Note: the National Codes at the high level (ending in "0") are Tumour groups and the items below each high-level code are Multidisciplinary Teams. ORGANISATIONS will only use the high-level code if the Multidisciplinary Team is not listed.

National Codes:

0100Breast
0101Breast Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0200Brain/Central Nervous System
0201Brain / Central Nervous System (CNS)/Neuroscience Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0202Rehabilitation and Non-Surgical (Network) Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0203Pituitary Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0204Skull base Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0205Spinal cord Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0206Low grade glioma Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0207Metastasis to brain Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0208Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS) Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0209Genetic subtypes Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0300Colorectal
0301Colorectal Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0302Anal Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0400Children, Teenagers and Young Adults (CTYA)
0401Paediatric Combined Diagnostic and Treatment Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0402Paediatric Haematology only Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0403Paediatric non-Central Nervous System (CNS) solid tumours only Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0404Paediatric Central Nervous System (CNS) malignancy only Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0405Paediatric Late Effects Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0406Paediatric Oncology Shared Care Unit (POSCU) Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0407Teenage and Young Adult Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0408Teenage and Young Adult Late Effects Multidisciplinary Team Meeting 
0500Gynaecology
0501Gynaecology Local Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0502Gynaecology Specialist Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0600Haematology
0601Haematology Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0602Lymphoma Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0603Plasma Cell Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0604Myeloid Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0605Bone Marrow Transplant Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0700Head and Neck (including Thyroid)
0701Upper Aerodigestive Tract (UAT) only Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0702Upper Aerodigestive Tract (UAT) and Thyroid Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0703Thyroid Only Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0800Lung
0801Lung Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0802Mesothelioma Specialist Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0900Sarcoma
0901Bone and Soft tissue Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0902Bone Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
0903Soft tissue Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1000Skin
1001Skin Local Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1002Skin Specialist Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1003Melanoma Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1004Supra T-Cell Lymphoma Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1100Upper Gastrointestinal (GI)
1101Upper Gastrointestinal (GI) Local Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1102Oesophago-Gastric (OG) Specialist Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1103Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic (HPB) Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1104Pancreatic/Biliary (PB) Specialist Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1105Hepatic Specialist Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1200Urology
1201Urology Local Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1202Urology Specialist Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1203Testicular Supranetwork Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1204Penile Supranetwork Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1300Other (not listed)
1301Cancer of Unknown Primary (CUP) Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1302Neuroendocrine Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1303Palliative Care Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
1304Enhanced Supportive Care Multidisciplinary Team Meeting
 

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OTHER PERSON IN ATTENDANCE AT CARE CONTACT

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

The other PERSON in attendance, with the PATIENT, at the CARE CONTACT.

National Codes:

 Advocacy Role
01Independent Advocate (Family Member)
02Independent Advocate (Independent PERSON)
03Independent Mental Capacity Advocate (IMCA)
04Independent Mental Health Advocate (IMHA)
05Non-Instructed Advocate
 Non-Advocacy Role
10Parent or relative
11Friend or neighbour
12Care Worker
10Parent or relative (non-advocate)
11Friend or neighbour (non-advocate)
12Care Worker (non-advocate)
 

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QUALIFICATION ATTAINMENT LEVEL FOR IMPROVING ACCESS TO PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPIES

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

The QUALIFICATION or individual accreditation attained or planned to be attained by Care Personnel, for the purposes of the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Data Set.The QUALIFICATION or individual accreditation attained or planned to be attained by Care Personnel (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Care Professional or Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Employment Advisers), for the purposes of the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Data Set.

National Codes:

 Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Care Professionals
10Curriculum for Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWP)
11Curriculum for High-Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
12Curriculum for Counselling for Depression (CfD)
13Curriculum for Couple Therapy for Depression (CTfD) / Curriculum for Behavioural Couples Therapy (BCT) for Depression
14Curriculum for Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT) for Depression
15Curriculum for Practitioner Training in Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)
16Curriculum for Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
17Curriculum for Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR)
 Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Employment Advisers
30Curriculum for Employment Advisers
31Curriculum for Senior Employment Advisers
 

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RELATIONSHIP TO PERSON FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

The relationship of the second PERSON to the first PERSON (the PATIENT) as used in the Community Services Data Set.

This is used to identify, for example, with whom the Child or Young Person is living in a permanent context or the relationship with the main Carer etc.

Note that ORGANISATIONS may choose to collect the RELATIONSHIP TO PERSON FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE codes at the high level (shown in bold) or at the more detailed level below each high-level code.Note that ORGANISATIONS may choose to collect the RELATIONSHIP TO PERSON FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE codes at the high level (ending in "X") or at the more detailed level below each high-level code.

This item is not referenced in a data set in the NHS Data Model and Dictionary. It has been retained as the item is used by the Healthy Child Programme.

National Codes:

BPXBiological Parent
BPMBiological mother
BPFBiological father
SPXStep-Parent
SPMStepmother
SPFStepfather
GPXGrandparent
GPMGrandmother
GPFGrandfather
ORXOther Relative
ORAAunt
ORUUncle
ORSSister
ORBBrother
OROOther (not listed)
APXAdoptive Parent
APMAdoptive mother
APFAdoptive father
FPXFoster Parent
FPMFoster mother
FPFFoster father
RCXResidential Carer
OTXOther
NOXNone - Lives Alone
 

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RELATIONSHIP TO PERSON FOR COMMUNITY

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

The relationship of the second PERSON to the first PERSON (the PATIENT) as used in the Community Services Data Set.

Note that ORGANISATIONS may choose to collect the RELATIONSHIP TO PERSON FOR COMMUNITY codes at the high level (shown in bold) or at the more detailed level below each high-level code.Note that ORGANISATIONS may choose to collect the RELATIONSHIP TO PERSON FOR COMMUNITY codes at the high level (ending in "X") or at the more detailed level below each high-level code.

National Codes:

BPXBiological Parent
BPMBiological Mother
BPFBiological Father
SPXStep-Parent
SPMStepmother
SPFStepfather
PIXParents-in-Law
PIFFather-in-Law
PIMMother-in-Law
CHXChildren
CHSSon
CHDDaughter
CIXChildren-in-Law 
CISSon-in-Law
CIDDaughter-in-Law
GPXGrandparent
GPMGrandmother
GPFGrandfather
GCXGrandchild
GCSGrandson
GCDGranddaugther
ORXOther Relative
ORAAunt
ORUUncle
ORSSister
ORBBrother
OROOther (not listed)
APXAdoptive Parent
APMAdoptive Mother
APFAdoptive Father
FPXFoster Parent
FPMFoster Mother
FPFFoster Father
RCXResidential Carer
OTXOther
NOXNone - Lives Alone
 

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SEXUAL HEALTH AND HIV ACTIVITY PROPERTY TYPE

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

The medical condition or reason for a Sexual Health and HIV Episode.

National Codes:

 Diagnosis and/or treatment of infection or disease  
Code Description 
A1Primary syphilis
A2Secondary syphilis
A3Early latent syphilis
A4Cardiovascular syphilis
A5Neurosyphilis
A6All other late and latent syphilis
A7ACongenital syphilis
A10Ocular syphilis
A11Otosyphilis
BGonorrhoea
C1Chancroid
C2Lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV)
C3Donovanosis
C4Chlamydial infection
C4NNon-specific genital infection (NSGI)
C5APelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and epididymitis
C5BOphthalmia neonatorum
C6ATrichomoniasis
C6BAnaerobic/Bacterial vaginosis and anaerobic balanitis
C6COther vaginosis/vaginitis/balanitis
C7AAnogenital candidosis
C8Scabies
C9Pediculosis pubis
C10AAnogenital Herpes simplex: First episode
C10BAnogenital Herpes simplex: Recurrent episode
C11AAnogenital warts infection: First episode
C11DAnogenital warts infection: Recurrent episode
C12Molluscum contagiosum
C13Viral hepatitis B (HbsAg positive): First diagnosis
C14Viral hepatitis C: First diagnosis
C15Viral hepatitis A: Acute infection
C16Mycoplasma genitalium
D2AUrinary Tract Infection
D2BOther conditions requiring treatment at Level 3 Genitourinary Medicine Services
HHIV positive - Previously Diagnosed
H1New HIV diagnosis
H1ANew HIV diagnosis: Acute
H1BNew HIV diagnosis: Late infection (AIDS defined)
H2Attendance for HIV-related care
P4ACervical cytology: minor abnormality
P4BCervical cytology: major abnormality
 Sexual Health Services Provided
To record PATIENTS receiving Sexual Health Services or undergoing tests.  
T1Chlamydia test
T2Chlamydia and gonorrhoea tests
T3Chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis tests
T4Chlamydia, gonnorrhoea, syphilis and HIV antibody tests
T5Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) Test
T6Hepatitis A/B/C Test
TSMicroscopy
TT3 Site Testing (chlamydia and gonorrhoea)
T7Syphilis and HIV Testing
T8Self sampling (urinalysis/swabs) without Health Care worker (HCW) consultation
T9STI testing not required/appropriate
T10Rapid testing (STI and/or HIV)
T11Chlamydia test declined
T12Mycoplasma genitalium test
O20Hepatitis A vaccination: 1st dose
O21Hepatitis A vaccination: Subsequent dose
O22Hepatitis A immune
O23Partner notification related attendance: Hepatitis A contact
O31PrEP eligibility criteria 1: MSM/transgender woman
O32PrEP eligibility criteria 2: HIV positive partner
O33PrEP eligibility criteria 3: Other high risk
O41PrEP regimen: Starting or continuing daily Prep
O42PrEP regimen: Starting or continuing event based Prep
O43PrEP regimen: Continued through other source
O44PrEP regimen: Offered and declined
O45PrEP regimen: Stopped
O51PrEP prescription: 30 tablets
O52PrEP prescription: 60 tablets
O53PrEP prescription: 90 tablets
O60PrEP patient characteristic: Transgender
P1AHuman Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) antibody test (no sexual health screen)
P1BHuman Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) antibody test offered and refused
P1CHIV test inappropriate
P2AHepatitis B vaccination: 1st dose
P2BHepatitis B vaccination: 2nd dose
P2CHepatitis B vaccination: 3rd dose
P2DHepatitis B vaccination: 4th dose
P2EHepatitis B vaccination: Booster
P2IHepatitis B immune
P3CONTRACEPTION and family planning advice (excluding condom provision)
P4Cervical cytology done
REF1Referral from Chlamydia Screening Programme
REF2Referral to a Level 3 Genitourinary Medicine Service
REF3Referral from home testing/sampling service
SG1Shigella flexneri (group B)
SG2Shigella sonnei (group D)
SG3Shigella other/unspecified
SRHSexual and Reproductive Health PATIENT
W1HPV vaccination: 1st dose
W2HPV vaccination: 2nd dose
W3HPV vaccination: 3rd dose
W4HPV vaccination: offered and declined
W5HPV vaccination: previously received in full
PNPartner notification initiated related attendance
PNCPartner notification related attendance: Chlamydia contact
PNGPartner notification related attendance: Gonorrhoea contact
PNHPartner notification related attendance: HIV contact
PNNPartner notification related attendance: Non-specific genital infection contact
PNPPartner notification related attendance: PID/Epididymitis contact
PNSPartner notification related attendance: Syphilis contact
PNTPartner notification related attendance: Trichomoniasis contact
PR1Pregnant 1-12 weeks
PR2Pregnant 13-28 weeks
PR3Pregnant 29-40 weeks
PEPSPost exposure prophylaxis after sexual exposure (PEPSE)
D3Other Sexual Health and HIV Episodes not requiring treatment
O11-O99Research/New/Urgent reporting (Retired 01 October 2018)
40Sexual Assault (Acute presentation)
41Sexual Assault (Non - acute presentation)
 Findings
CSE1Child sexual exploitation : concerns raised at internal assessment
CSE2Child sexual exploitation : concerns raised with internal safeguarding professionals
CSE3Child sexual exploitation : referred to external safeguarding professionals
DVConcern of domestic violence (or abuse)
FGMFemale genital mutilation (of any type)
 Special PATIENT Groups
To record additional information on certain PATIENT groups receiving Sexual Health Services or undergoing tests. Codes to be reported separately at each FIRST ATTENDANCE.  
ZPrisoner
SWSex Worker
 Suffixes to Codes
To record additional information about the PATIENT’s presentation or a Sexual Health Service given. This information may be collected through the use of suffixes which can be applied to the SEXUAL HEALTH AND HIV ACTIVITY PROPERTY TYPE. Where appropriate, multiple suffixes can be used on the same SEXUAL HEALTH AND HIV ACTIVITY PROPERTY TYPE. The suffixes and the codes with which they can be used are given below. These codes are appended to the SEXUAL HEALTH AND HIV ACTIVITY PROPERTY TYPE.  
RRectal infection
OPharyngeal infection
XPreviously diagnosed elsewhere
MMedication given
QQuadrivalent HPV vaccine
 Permissible Code Permutations Using Suffixes  
 A - Syphilis
A1XPrimary syphilis - previously diagnosed elsewhere
A2XSecondary syphilis - previously diagnosed elsewhere
A3XEarly latent syphilis - previously diagnosed elsewhere
A4XCardiovascular syphilis - previously diagnosed elsewhere
A5XNeurosyphillis syphilis - previously diagnosed elsewhere
A6XAll other late and latent syphilis - previously diagnosed elsewhere
A7AXCongenital syphilis - previously diagnosed elsewhere
 B - Gonorrhoea
BRGonorrhoea - rectal infection
BOGonorrhoea - pharayngeal infection
BXGonorrhoea - previously diagnosed elsewhere
BMGonorrhoea - medication given
BRXGonorrhoea - rectal infection, previously diagnosed elsewhere
BRMGonorrhoea - rectal infection, medication given
BOXGonorrhoea - pharayngeal infection, previously diagnosed elsewhere
BOMGonorrhoea - pharayngeal infection, medication given
 C4 - Chlamydia
C4RChlamydia - rectal infection
C4OChlamydia - pharayngeal infection
C4XChlamydia - previously diagnosed elsewhere
C4MChlamydia - medication given
C4RXChlamydia - rectal infection, previously diagnosed elsewhere
C4RMChlamydia - rectal infection, medication given
C4OXChlamydia - rectal infection, previously diagnosed elsewhere
C4OMChlamydia - pharayngeal infection, medication given
 C2 - Lymphogranuloma (LGV)
C2RLGV - Rectal infection
C2OLGV - Pharayngeal infection
C2RLymphogranuloma venereum (LGV) - Rectal infection
C2OLymphogranuloma venereum (LGV) - Pharayngeal infection
 C4N - NSGI
C4NRNSGI - rectal infection (proctitis)
C4NRNon-specific genital infection (NSGI) - rectal infection (proctitis)
 C6A - Trichomoniasis
C6AXTrichomoniasis - previously diagnosed elsewhere
 H1 - New HIV diagnosis
H1XNew HIV diagnosis - previously diagnosed elsewhere
 H1A - New HIV diagnosis: acute
H1AXNew HIV diagnosis: acute - previously diagnosed elsewhere
 H1B - HIV diagnosis: late (AIDS defined)
H1BXNew HIV diagnosis: late (AIDS defined) - previously diagnosed elsewhere
 C10A - Anogenital Herpes simplex: first episode
C10AMAnogenital Herpes simplex: first episode - medication given
 C10B - Anogenital Herpes simplex: recurrent episode
C10BMAnogenital Herpes simplex: recurrent episode - medication given
 C11A - Anogenital warts infection: first episode
C11AMAnogenital warts infection: first episode - medication given
 C11D - Anogenital warts infection: recurrent episode
C11DMAnogenital warts infection: recurrent episode - medication given
 W1 - HPV Vaccination: 1st dose
W1QHPV Vaccination: 1st dose - quadrivalent vaccine
 W2 - HPV Vaccination: 2nd dose
W2QHPV Vaccination: 2nd dose - quadrivalent vaccine
 W3 - HPV Vaccination: 3rd dose
W3QHPV Vaccination: 3rd dose - quadrivalent vaccine
 

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SOURCE OF REFERRAL FOR OUT-PATIENTS

Change to Attribute: Changed Description

The source of referral of each Consultant Out-Patient Episode.

Notes:

National Codes:

01CONSULTANT initiated following an emergency admission
02CONSULTANT initiated following a Domiciliary Consultation 
10CONSULTANT initiated following an Accident and Emergency Attendance (including Minor Injuries Units and Walk In Centres)
11CONSULTANT initiated: Other (not listed)
03CONSULTANT not initiated following a referral from a GENERAL MEDICAL PRACTITIONER 
92CONSULTANT not initiated following a referral from a GENERAL DENTAL PRACTITIONER 
12CONSULTANT not initiated following a referral from a General Practitioner with an Extended Role (GPwER) or Dentist with Enhanced Skills (DES)
04CONSULTANT not initiated following a referral from an Accident and Emergency Department (including Minor Injuries Units and Walk In Centres)
05CONSULTANT not initiated following a referral from a CONSULTANT, other than in an Accident and Emergency Department 
06CONSULTANT not initiated following a self-referral
07CONSULTANT not initiated following a referral from a Prosthetist 
13CONSULTANT not initiated following a referral from a Specialist NURSE (Secondary Care)
14CONSULTANT not initiated following a referral from an Allied Health Professional
15CONSULTANT not initiated following a referral from an OPTOMETRIST 
16CONSULTANT not initiated following a referral from an Orthoptist 
17CONSULTANT not initiated following a referral from a National Screening Programme 
93CONSULTANT not initiated following a referral from a Community Dental Service
97CONSULTANT not initiated following a referral: Other (not listed)

Note: The classification has been listed in logical sequence rather than numeric order.

 

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INTENDED CLINICAL CARE INTENSITY CODE

Change to Data Element: Changed Description

Format/Length:an2
National Codes: 
Default Codes: 

Notes:
INTENDED CLINICAL CARE INTENSITY CODE is the same as attribute CLINICAL CARE INTENSITY and the values recorded are the National Codes, including additions.

Notes:

  • National Code descriptions have been updated to remove National Code headings and add prefixes. The Data Set specifications that contain this item will be updated in the next version of the Information Standard where it is not already correct.

Permitted National Codes:

51Mental Illness intensive care: specially designated ward for PATIENTS needing containment and more intensive management. This is not to be confused with intensive nursing where PATIENTS may require one to one nursing while on a standard WARD
52Mental Illness short stay: PATIENTS intended to stay less than a year
53Mental Illness long stay: PATIENTS intended to stay a year or more
 For PATIENTS with Learning Disabilities 
61Learning Disability PATIENTS in a designated or interim secure unit
62Learning Disability PATIENTS intending to stay less than a year
63Learning Disability PATIENTS intending to stay a year or more
41Only for maternity PATIENTS looked after by CONSULTANTS 
43Only for maternity PATIENTS looked after by GENERAL MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS 
42Joint use for maternity PATIENTS looked after by CONSULTANTS and GENERAL MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS 
33Neonates: maternity: associated with the maternity WARD in that cots are in the maternity WARD nursery or in the WARD itself
32Neonates: non-maternity: not associated with the maternity WARD and without designated cots for intensive care
31Neonates: not associated with the maternity WARD and in which there are some designated cots for intensive care
 For the younger physically disabled
21
Younger physically disabled PATIENTS: spinal units, only those units which are nationally recognised
22Younger physically disabled PATIENTS: other units
81Terminally ill/Palliative Care PATIENTS
11General PATIENTS: for intensive therapy, including high dependency care
12General PATIENTS: for normal therapy: where resources permit the admission of PATIENTS who might need all but intensive or high dependency therapy
13General PATIENTS: for limited therapy: where nursing care rather than continuous medical care is provided. Such WARDS can be used only for PATIENTS carefully selected and restricted to a narrow range in terms of the extent and nature of disease
71Home Leave, non-psychiatric
72Home Leave, psychiatric
 

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