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2018 Oxfordshire Strategic Intelligence Assessment SUMMARY
Executive summary of the main 2018 Oxfordshire Strategic Intelligence Assessment report. 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 future threats and opportunities. The SIA is part of the evidence base which supports community safety partners to plan and target their work. This 2018 SIA updates the versions produced each year since 2014. 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
Thame JSNA profile
Community JSNA profile of health and wellbeing evidence for Thame (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 - 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
JSNA guidance - principles of good qualitative research
This guidance sets out the different types of qualitative research, the key principles of good quality research and a checklist for use in assessing reports for inclusion in the Oxfordshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (health and wellbeing facts and figures).
JSNA 2018 Conference response by JSNA Steering Group
Response to the feedback from the June 2018 Oxfordshire JSNA 2018 Conference from the JSNA Steering group (meetings held July and August 2018).
Supplementary Statement to Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment 2018
This report is the first supplementary statement to the 2018 Oxfordshire Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (April 2018). The supplementary statement sets out changes to phamacies since the main report was published. The original PNA is available here.
OCC small area housing-led forecasts Aug18
Oxfordshire County Council housing-led forecasts (released August 2018) for small areas. The downloadable excel workbook gives rounded data for districts and Oxfordshire by 5 year age bands from 2016 to 2026. The assumptions used in the forecasts are provided in the front sheet of the workbook. The areas used for these small area forecasts are Middle Layer Super Output Areas, a statisical geography. There are 86 MSOAs in Oxfordshire with an average population of 7,600 and a map showing boundaries is available here.
Wantage and Grove JSNA profile
Community JSNA profile of health and wellbeing evidence for Wantage and Grove (August 2018). Including data on: - Geographical area and area boundaries - Population by age and ethnicity - People living in communal establishments - Deprivation and children in poverty - 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
East Timorese Health Needs Assessment
There is an estimated population of 2,500 residents from the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste (East Timor) in Oxfordshire. This population of working-age labour migrants often live in more deprived areas of Oxford City and face multiple health and social needs. This health needs assessment (HNA), prepared by Oxfordshire County Council's Public Health team, explores the health needs of the East Timorese population in Oxfordshire.
JSNA 2018 Conference Report
Report on Oxfordshire's 2018 Joint Strategic Needs Assessment Conference held on 18th June 2018 in Oxford Town Hall. The full slide pack is available to download here. The conference report includes an overview of the event and detailed comments from each of the table discussions.
JSNA 2018 Conference Slidepack
Full set of slides shared at the JSNA 2018 Stakeholder Conference on Monday 18 June 2018 in the Town Hall, Oxford. Including: KEY NOTE speech: The commissioning cycle and how the JSNA feeds into this process - Diane Hedges, Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Chief Executive, Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group Welcome and Introductions - Jackie Wilderspin, Public Health Specialist, Oxfordshire County Council Our changing county, housing and infrastructure growth - John Disley, Policy & Strategy Manager, Oxfordshire County Council An overview of the findings of the JSNA for Oxfordshire and its communities - Margaret Melling, Senior Research and Intelligence Officer, Oxfordshire County Council and Sue Lygo, Health Improvement Practitioner, Oxfordshire County Council Making use of the JSNA - Steve Thomas, Performance and Information Manager (Social Care) Oxfordshire County Council