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Banbury JSNA profile
Community JSNA profile of health and wellbeing evidence for Banbury (November 2019). Including data on: - Geographical area and area boundaries - Population by age - 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) - Physical activity and healthy weight including child obesity - Wider determinants of health - house prices and commuting
Learning Disabilities JSNA Bitesize 2019
This bitesize summarises some data from an experimental dataset published by NHS Digital on Health and Care of People with Learning Disabilities. Within this bitesize, data are reported at a national level with some at a local level.
IMD 2019 overview JSNA bitesize
This JSNA bitesize provides an overview of the results of the Indices of Multiple Deprivation 2019 for Oxfordshire including a comparison with 2015 and district maps.
Smoking prevalence JSNA Bitesize 2019
This JSNA Bitesize summarises information about smoking prevalence. This includes data for adult smoking prevalence by occupation group, mothers smoking during pregnancy, estimated prevalence of school pupils smoking, and e-cigarette use.
mid-2017 ONS small area population estimates
mid-2017 ONS small area population estimates extract for Oxfordshire including wards, Lower Layer Super Output Areas and Middle Layer Super Output Areas
JSNA 2019 full report
Full JSNA 2019 report - all chapters in one pdf - for searching content across the whole document.
MSOAs in Oxfordshire
Map showing Middle Layer Super Output Areas in Oxfordshire. Middle Layer Super Output Areas (MSOAs) are a statistical geography and a growing set of population, health and other statistics are now being published at MSOA level. There are 86 MSOAs in Oxfordshire with an average of 7,600 residents
Oxfordshire housing-led forecasts for districts and MSOAs Excel pack
Oxfordshire County Council housing-led forecasts 2017 to 2027 (released August 2019). This pack includes data by: Local Authority District: persons, males, females, single year of age and age bands 2017 to 2027 MSOA: persons, broad age and 5 year age bands 2017 to 2027 Note that, unlike trend-based ONS population projections, the County Council population model includes assumptions about future growth in housing within Oxfordshire, provided by planning officers in Oxfordshire's district councils as of March 2019.
Oxfordshire housing-led-forecasts JSNA Bitesize 2019
This bitesize shows how the updated Oxfordshire County Council 2017 to 2027 population forecasts (August 2019) compare with the Office for National Statistics projections of population growth in Oxfordshire. The annex shows the forecast change in population by district and the main settlements in Oxfordshire.
Carers survey 2018-19 JSNA Bitesize 2019
This bitesize highlights findings from the national Survey of Adult Carers in England, 2018-19 which takes place every other year. There was a total of 637 carer respondents in Oxfordshire, a random sample from 3,817 carers supported by Oxfordshire County Council as of October 2018.