The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment provides information about Oxfordshire’s population and the factors affecting health, wellbeing, and social care needs. It brings together information from different sources and partners to create a shared evidence base, which supports service planning, decision-making, and delivery.

The 2019 report, which was presented to the Health and Wellbeing Board on 14 March 2019, focuses on headline facts uncovered by the most recent analysis of the data.

The executive summary provides a short overview and summaries of each chapter of the JSNA.  This version was revised 29 May 2019 to correct data errors on slide 8.

19 March 2019
Office for National Statistics population projections - people aged 85 years and over - estimated annual percentage change from 2016 to 2041. England, South East region, Oxfordshire and districts within Oxfordshire
18 December 2018
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
30 November 2018
Population pyramid 2016 and 2041 (sub-national population projections from Office for National Statistics) - age groups as a percentage of total population) England and Oxfordshire
9 October 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.

20 September 2018

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

  • Updated November 2018 with new ONS mid year estimates (2017), GP registered populations and CQC data on care/nursing home beds
  • Updated March 2019 with Child Obesity prevalence indicators, GP registered populations and CQC data on care/nursing home beds 
10 April 2019

On 22nd March 2018, Oxfordshire's Health & Wellbeing Board approved a Joint Strategic Needs Assessment for 2018.

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment provides information about Oxfordshire’s population and the factors affecting health, wellbeing, and social care needs. It brings together information from different sources and partners to create a shared evidence base, which supports service planning, decision-making, and delivery. The 2018 report, which was presented to the Health and Wellbeing Board on 22 March 2018, provides the most recent analysis of a broad range of data. The Annex provides a set of indicators for Oxfordshire showing differences at a small area level – ward, middle layer super output area or (if no small area data is available) at district level. UPDATED 12 April 2018 with additional explanatory text and health state life expectancies at ward level.
12 April 2018

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment provides information about Oxfordshire’s population and the factors affecting health, wellbeing, and social care needs. It brings together information from different sources and partners to create a shared evidence base, which supports service planning, decision-making, and delivery. The 2018 report, which was presented to the Health and Wellbeing Board on 22 March 2018, provides the most recent analysis of a broad range of data.  

9 April 2018
The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment provides information about Oxfordshire’s population and the factors affecting health, wellbeing, and social care needs. It brings together information from different sources and partners to create a shared evidence base, which supports service planning, decision-making, and delivery. The 2018 report, which was presented to the Health and Wellbeing Board on 22 March 2018, provides the most recent analysis of a broad range of data.  Chapter 3 focuses on groups within Oxfordshire's population.
9 April 2018

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