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Joint Strategic Needs Assessment Report 2018
The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment provides information about Oxfordshire’s population and the factors affecting health, wellbeing, and social care needs. It brings together information from different sources and partners to create a shared evidence base, which supports service planning, decision-making, and delivery. The 2018 report, which was presented to the Health and Wellbeing Board on 22 March 2018, provides the most recent analysis of a broad range of data.
Drug strategy – reducing demand managing drug misusing offenders – update
This edition contains information on the PCC public awareness campaign, updates on drug driving and payment by results, information on the Integrated Offender Management Conference 2012, an article from the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime in London, information on public health funding in 2013/14 and the latest drug treatment figures from the National Treatment Agency.
Early Intervention Service - Latest Monthly Performance Reports
The aim of the reports is to summarise details of the numbers and distribution of young people referred to the service, the numbers and distribution of allocated cases (otherwise known as involvements in One), as well as the type of activities being provided by Early Intervention Hubs, as recorded on the system.
Rate of Emergency Hospital Admissions for Intentional Self-harm per 100,000 Population (2009/10 to 2011/12)
Age-sex standardised rate of emergency hospital admissions for intentional self-harm per 100,000 population (2009/10 - 2011/12) England, South East region, Oxfordshire and local districts within Oxfordshire
2008 JSNA Report (Version 1, for the period 2008/2009)
A Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is the means by which the Primary Care Trust (PCT) and local authorities work together to understand the future health, care and well-being needs of their community. This understanding is critical to ensure that services meet the needs of the local population. The knowledge this yields underpins the evidence-based strategic plans that PCTs and local authorities are required to produce. It also informs the Local Area Agreement (LAA) targets and priorities and the Delivery Plan for the Sustainable Community Strategy (Oxfordshire 2030) for the next 3 to 5 years.
2009 JSNA Report (Version 2 for the period of 2009)
The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is designed to help all agencies take account of the broader social, cultural, economic, political and physical environments that shape people’s experience of health and wellbeing. It supports persistent, systematic and scaled interventions, based on evidence and focused on outcomes. It does this by drawing on data from a variety of sources to foster a broader understanding of the impact that local partners can have on the social determinants of health. Information sources for the JSNA include those held by partners on social care, county demographics, education, and NHS providers. It also draws upon national datasets. The PCT, in partnership with Oxfordshire County Council, local authorities, police and fire service, is working with Oxfordshire Data Observatory to provide a countywide Local Implementation System. Work is currently under way to provide components of the JSNA through the data observatory web portal.
2010 JSNA Report (Version 3 for the period 2009/2010)
The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is designed to help all agencies take account of the broader social, cultural, economic, political and physical environments that shape people’s experience of health and wellbeing. It supports persistent, systematic and scaled interventions, based on evidence and focused on outcomes. It does this by drawing on data from a variety of sources to foster a broader understanding of the impact that local partners can have on the social determinants of health. The JSNA is designed to encourage joined-up responses to these complex issues by providing a shared evidence base for planning. The way it has been put together, with input from teams across Oxfordshire County Council and NHS Oxfordshire, also further reinforces the local commitment towards partnership working. The overall picture painted in the commentary from 2008 remains unchanged, but greater familiarity with the data covered in the JSNA means we have been able to examine our communities’ needs in new ways. This report should therefore be read alongside the original commentary and last year’s supplementary report, adding further to these documents rather than replacing them.
2011 Census - Population theme Briefing 1 (release 1, July 2012)
Briefing on 2011 Census data for Population theme. County and District-level population profile and changes vs 2001 Census.
2011 Census Briefing -Travel to Work and Homeworking February 2013
Briefing of the key facts from the 2011 Census, release 2 phase 2, January 2013. This briefing contains information on travel-to-work and home working.
2011 Census data table KS101EW - Usual resident population
This table contains data on Population. The comparable table for the 2001 Census is KS001, which can be downloaded from the Neighbourhood Statistics website.National Statistics data © Crown copyright and database right.