- Patient information
- Information about health rights
- Information for young people
- Information for carers
- Information about health services
- Other languages and formats
- How to see your health records
- Confidentiality - it's your right
- Making a complaint about the NHS
- Consent - it's your decision
- Health care for people coming to Scotland to work
- Health care for people coming to Scotland to study
- Health care for asylum seekers and refugees in Scotland
- Health care in Scotland for former UK residents now working abroad
- Health care in Scotland for UK passport holders living abroad
- Health care for UK pensioners visiting Scotland
- Health care in Scotland for holidaymakers from overseas
- It's okay to ask!
- When someone has died
- The Charter of Patient Rights and Responsibilities
- The Charter of Patient Rights and Responsibilities - Information for you
- Access: your rights when using NHS health services in Scotland
- Communication and participation: the right to be informed, and involved
- Feedback and complaints: how to have a say about your care
- Confidentiality: how the NHS protects your personal health information
- Respect: the right to be treated with dignity and respect
- Safety: the right to safe and effective care
- Hospital waiting times: how quickly you should receive hospital care
- British Sign Language
- Easy to read
- Large print
- Local NHS contact details
When someone has died - information for you
To listen to the tracks,
click on the links below. The audio clips are presented in MP3 format. All files are between 0.5 and 3 MB unless otherwise stated.
or listen to each section separately:
- What do I need to do first?
- What will happen next?
- When and how do I register the death?
- How do I arrange the funeral?
- How can I deal with my feelings?
- How do children cope with their feelings?
- How can I find out more?
(To read the text of the leaflet, you can download a PDF version by clicking on the photo of the leaflet above).
Page last edited: 04 March 2013