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Report PDF Oxfordshire 13/12/2018 ONS population projections for State Pension Age to 84 years old
Office for National Statistics population projections - 2016 to 2041 - older people of State Pensionable Age to 84 years Estimated annual percentage change from 2016 England, Oxfordshire and districts within Oxfordshire
Report PDF Oxfordshire 13/12/2018 ONS population projections for 85+ years old
Office for National Statistics population projections - people aged 85 years and over - estimated annual percentage change from 2014 to 2039 England, South East region, Oxfordshire and districts within Oxfordshire
Report PDF Oxfordshire 13/12/2018 Older People JSNA 2018
This Needs Analysis focuses on the older population of Oxfordshire, and the factors affecting older people’s health, wellbeing, and social care needs. The report is organised under the following broad theme headings: Population and population groups (chapters 2 and 3) The number of older people living in Oxfordshire and how this is expected to change. Wider determinants of health (chapter 4) Factors with known links with health and wellbeing of older people, such as income, deprivation and the physical and social environment. Health conditions and causes of death (chapter 5) The number of older people with diseases and long-term conditions, and the main causes of death. Lifestyles (chapter 6) Lifestyle behaviours and characteristics, such as smoking, drinking, drug use, and obesity. Service use (chapter 7) The number of older people receiving health, social care and other services.  Older people in contact with community safety services (police, fire, trading standards). This report draws on evidence presented in the main Joint Strategic Needs Assessment, last updated April 2018, and has been made possible through invaluable contributions, advice and guidance of the JSNA Steering Group and the many experts and data analysts in Oxfordshire’s local authorities, health services, police and voluntary organisations.
Report PDF Oxfordshire 13/12/2018 Older People Needs Assessment 2018
This Needs Assessment focuses on the older population of Oxfordshire, and the factors affecting older people’s health, wellbeing, and social care needs. The report is organised under the following broad theme headings: • Population and population groups (chapters 2 and 3) The number of older people living in Oxfordshire and how this is expected to change. • Wider determinants of health (chapter 4) Factors with known links with health and wellbeing of older people, such as income, deprivation and the physical and social environment. • Health conditions and causes of death (chapter 5) The number of older people with diseases and long-term conditions, and the main causes of death. • Lifestyles (chapter 6) Lifestyle behaviours and characteristics, such as smoking, drinking, drug use, and obesity. • Service use (chapter 7) The number of older people receiving health, social care and other services. Older people in contact with community safety services (police, fire, trading standards). This report draws on evidence presented in the main Joint Strategic Needs Assessment, last updated April 2018, and has been made possible through invaluable contributions, advice and guidance of the JSNA Steering Group and the many experts and data analysts in Oxfordshire’s local authorities, health services, police and voluntary organisations.
Report PDF Oxfordshire 03/12/2018 Prevalence of Diagnosed HIV per 1000 Population aged 15-59 Years
Prevalence of diagnosed HIV per 1000 population (i.e. people living with a diagnosis of HIV) aged 15-59 yrs 2002 to 2017 (calendar years) England, South East region, Oxfordshire and Oxfordshire districts
Report PDF West Oxfordshire 30/11/2018 Witney JSNA profile
Community JSNA profile of health and wellbeing evidence for Witney (November 2018). Including data on: - Geographical area boundaries - Population by age and ethnicity - People living in communal establishments - Deprivation and children in poverty - Child referrals to social care, domestic abuse affecting children, referrals of children to mental health services - Health profile data from Public Health England - Unpaid care and care homes - GP practice data for selected health conditions (diabetes, dementia and depression) - Wider determinants of health - house prices and commuting
Data MS Excel Oxfordshire 16/11/2018 Oxfordshire wards inequalities pack (excel)
This excel pack includes 25 ward level inequalities indicators for all wards in Oxfordshire and a summary page for each of the 6 Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group areas and each of the 5 District Council areas. The pack has been developed by Oxfordshire County Council's Public Health team. First published May 2018 Last updated November 2018 with new ONS mid year estimates (2017), GP registered populations and CQC data on care/nursing home beds.
Report PDF Oxfordshire 06/11/2018 Sexual Health JSNA Bitesize 2018
This is the first in a new series of Oxfordshire JSNA "Bitesize" publications and has been created by the Public Health team at Oxfordshire County Council. It covers the topic of Sexual Health and shows data for Oxfordshire and districts for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs).
Report PDF Oxfordshire 22/10/2018 Didcot JSNA Profile
Community JSNA profile of health and wellbeing evidence for Didcot (October 2018). Including data on: - Geographical area and area boundaries - Population by age and ethnicity - People living in communal establishments - Deprivation and children in poverty - Child referrals to social care, child victims of crime - Health profile data from Public Health England - Unpaid care and care homes - GP practice data for selected health conditions (diabetes, dementia and depression) - Wider determinants of health - house prices and commuting
Report PDF Oxfordshire 22/10/2018 2018 Oxfordshire Strategic Intelligence Assessment
The Strategic Intelligence Assessment (SIA) provides information about crime and community safety in Oxfordshire. It shows emerging trends and patterns in crime and disorder and explores future threats and opportunities. The following sources of data have been used: Crime data published by the Office for National Statistics in January 2018 (data running to September 2017) which allows for comparisons with national averages and similar areas Locally sourced data from Thames Valley Police, running to December 2017 Other local and national datasets, as referenced throughout the report New datasets added since the last version include: ONS experimental statistics on trends in crime severity Additional data on alcohol consumption Recent estimates of opiate and/or crack use

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