This Equalities report provides data on residents in selected population groups in Oxfordshire including “protected characteristics” as defined under the Equality Act of 2010. There is also information for practitioners on carrying out an equity audit. In some cases, local data is unavailable, so figures for Oxfordshire have been estimated from national surveys and local population data. Note on COVID-19: • This report includes the most recent datasets accessed in January 2021. • Most data is as of mid-2019 or from the Census 2011 survey or up to March 2020. • This means that this report will not reflect the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic (from early 2020). Note that this information is also included in chapter 3 of the 2021 update of the Oxfordshire JSNA. Further JSNA resources are available via the JSNA page of Oxfordshire Insight
The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) 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 2021 report provides the most recent analysis of a broad range of data.
Summary of the 2021 update to the Oxfordshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment giving health and wellbeing facts and figures.
Amended 18/06/2021: community safety statistics - victims data now refers to counts of unique victims.
The summary includes:
an introduction to Oxfordshire
a one-page summary of the data that we have been able to include in this update showing early indications of the impact of COVID-19 on health and wellbeing in Oxfordshire
one-page summaries for the JSNA overall and for young people, for working age adults and for older people
a JSNA visual summary "snake" showing data by life-stage
a JSNA inequalities data "tartan rug" for Oxfordshire showing health and wellbeing indicators at Middle Layer Super Output Area level and highlighting which areas rank as worse or bettet than the England average
Note that this information in this report is also included as the Executive Summary of the Oxfordshire JSNA 2021
This report summarises preliminary findings from Oxfordshire's first Online Pupil Survey.
The OxWell School Survey asked questions on a range of health and wellbeing-related issues to pupils at participating schools in Oxfordshire. The aim of the survey is to inform individual schools and Oxfordshire County Council, as well as to contribute to academic research into imporoving the wellbeing and mental health of children and adolescents.
The data summarised in this report were collected between May and July 2019 in year groups 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and 12 in 36 Oxfordshire schools. Data from 4,222 pupils are included in the summary presented in this report. More detailed results and statistical tests will be included in manuscripts intended for publication in scientific journals.
A University of Oxford and Oxfordshire County Council Project.