Joint Strategic Needs Assessment

Facts and figures "snake"JSNA maps

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) provides information about Oxfordshire's population and the factors affecting health, wellbeing, and social care needs.

The 2019 JSNA was approved for publication by the Oxfordshire Health and Wellbeing Board on 14th March 2019. 

Contact us about the JSNA via our enquiry form or email JSNA@oxfordshire.gov.uk

Chapter1: Executive SummaryChapter 2: PopulationChapter 3: Population groups and protected characteristicsChapter 4: Wider determinants of healthChapter 5: Health conditions and causes of deathChapter 6: LifestylesChapter 7: Service UseChapter 8: Local Research JSNA District summaries

Annex: Inequalities IndicatorsAnnex: Inequalities indicators Excel pack

JSNA Bitesize

Health and care of people with Learning Disabilities (Nov 2019)

IMD 2019 overview (Oct 2019)

Smoking Prevalence (Sept 2019)

Oxfordshire housing-led population forecasts (Aug 2019)

Carers survey findings 2018-19 (July 2019)

Universal Credit (June 2019)

Ethnicity of primary school pupils (June 2019)

Childhood obesity (May 2019)

Sexual Health (Nov 2018)

Needs Assessments

Working Age Adults JSNA (July 2019)

Older People JSNA (Oct 2018)

East Timorese Health Needs Assessment (Aug 2018)

Children and Young People JSNA (May 2018)

Mental Health JSNA (Feb 2018)

Oxfordshire Sexual Health Needs Assessment (Feb 2018)

Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment

Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (April 2018)

Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment Supplementary Statement (Sep 2018)

Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment Supplementary Statement (May 2019)

Letter: Community Pharmacy Contractual Framework 2019 to 2024

Previous JSNA Reports

2015    2016     2017     2018

Other JSNA Reports

Vulnerable children mapping - Cherwell

Vulnerable children mapping - Oxford

Vulnerable children mapping - South Oxfordshire

Vulnerable children mapping - Vale of White Horse

Vulnerable children mapping - West Oxfordshire

Carers Survey 2016-17 JSNA briefing (October 2017)

Report by the Oxfordshire's Commission on Health Inequalities (2016)

Search all publications