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Report PDF Oxfordshire 11/04/2013 Analysis of Need Profile of the Oxfordshire population and an assessment of the needs of adult drug and alcohol users
Oxfordshire has comprehensive early intervention and treatment services for harmful, hazardous and dependant alcohol users. In 2009-2010 our alcohol services saw over 1,000 people, which we anticipate will increase steadily over the forthcoming year and remains a priority. This report by Oxfordshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team (DAAT), was conducted over 12 months has included comprehensive data analysis, incorporated a review of hundreds of case files, service user interviews and treatment tracking.
Report PDF Oxfordshire 11/04/2013 Oral Health Needs Assessment 2010
An Oral Health Needs Assessment was carried out from January 2010 – May 2010 and the final report was completed in September 2010. It aims to inform the delivery of oral health promotion and dental treatment services in Oxfordshire from 2010.
Report PDF 11/04/2013 A Needs Assessment for Prison Health Information in the Thames Valley Area
Prisoners have greater physical and mental health needs compared to the general population, but there are concerns that they do not receive the same quality of healthcare as others in the community. Health information is an important element of modern health services and is required for assessing the health and healthcare needs of prisoners, planning and improving healthcare services and evaluating these services. South East Public Health Observatory (SEPHO) and South East Regional Prison Health Task Force supported this project to assess prison health information needs in the South East region.
Report PDF Oxfordshire 11/04/2013 Oxfordshire's Joint Health & Wellbeing Strategy 2012 - 2016 Consultation Draft May 2012
A Health and Wellbeing Board has been set up in Oxfordshire to make a measurable difference to the health and wellbeing of the people of Oxfordshire. Oxfordshire has a rich history of partnership working to improve health care. This new Board is, therefore, very much the next logical step for Oxfordshire to take and through it we also fulfil a key requirement of the Government's new Health and Social Care Act. This document is that draft strategy, (technically called the 'Draft Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy') and the Board now wishes to consult with the people of Oxfordshire and a wide range of organisations in a debate to refine and improve these initial proposals.
Report PDF 11/04/2013 Joint strategic needs assessment: vulnerable adults, housing and support
The publication provides examples of how local councils and their health partners are addressing some of the outstanding and enduring challenges in undertaking the JSNA process, in an increasingly complex landscape. It aims to support councils as they make the transition to new public health arrangements, and as they work with health and wellbeing boards to ensure that the JSNA speaks to new audiences such as GP Consortia.
Report PDF Oxfordshire 11/04/2013 Oxfordshire Children & Young People’s Trust: Child Poverty Needs Assessment
The Child Poverty Needs Assessment is an opportunity to highlight what child poverty looks like in Oxfordshire, to identify who is in poverty, where they live, why they are in poverty, examples of local good practice in relation to child poverty and evidence about what more we could be doing to lift people out of poverty. Tackling child poverty will help to improve children’s lives today and it will also enhance their life chances in the longer term, enabling them to make the most of their talents, achieve their full potential in life and pass on the benefits to their children. It is an issue that is already at the heart of our local Children’s and Young People’s Plan, the Oxfordshire 20:30 Strategy and Oxfordshire County Council’s Corporate Plan. Narrowing the gap for our most disadvantaged and vulnerable groups and breaking the cycle of deprivation remain key priorities for the Council and NHS alike.
Report PDF 11/04/2013 Oxfordshire Skills Needs Analysis
Oxfordshire’s Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) wants to ensure that the education and training provision available in Oxfordshire matches local need. One of its key programmes is around improving the skills of Oxfordshire’s workforce and those about to enter it, to improve their employability The LEP Executive Board has identified a need for gathering information around skills to produce this statement of skills needs which will be used to help identify priorities for the LEP and Local Authority (LA) to take forward and identify how other key kills stakeholders can be involved in support of this agenda.   The statement will also help providers to plan their offer and utilise public funding to contribute to local economic priorities as stated in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills document ‘Investing in Skills for Sustainable Growth’.
Report PDF Oxfordshire 08/04/2013 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.
Report PDF Oxfordshire 08/04/2013 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.
Report PDF Oxfordshire 08/04/2013 2011-12 JSNA Report (Versions 4 and 5 for the periods 2010/2011 and 2011/2012)
The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) for Oxfordshire brings together a vast range of health and healthcare related data including public health, primary care, social care and hospital services. The data has been refreshed during 2011-12 as a national requirement. The information underpins strategic planning and priority setting across Oxfordshire. Oxfordshire’s Health and Wellbeing Board is accountable for ensuring a high quality JSNA is produced.  This short report draws on the full JSNA data set and highlights particular issues that demand attention. It is not a full report on all the trends or interpretation of every indicator within the data set, but it does provide an overview of important issues for discussion. This will provide the context for discussion and priority setting at the Health and Wellbeing Board and for partner agencies to enable strategic planning.

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