On 14th March 2019, Oxfordshire's Health & Wellbeing Board approved a Joint Strategic Needs Assessment for 2019.

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.

Chapter 8 provides an overview of research carried out by organisations in Oxfordshire of relevance to the topics covered by the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment

These reports were gathered following the “call for evidence” for the 2019 JSNA.

19 March 2019

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.

Chapter 7 provides an overview of trends from data collected by providers of health, social care and related services in Oxfordshire including Local Authorities, Health service providers, Police and Voluntary sector organisations.

19 March 2019

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.

Chapter 6 presents data on lifestyle factors that affect health and wellbeing, such as healthy weight and physical activity, smoking and alcohol, and sexual and reproductive health.

19 March 2019

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.

Chapter 5 provides information on leading causes of death and some health conditions.

19 March 2019

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.

Chapter 4 presents data on a range of economic, social and environmental factors which impact on people’s health.

19 March 2019

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.

Chapter 3 provides data on residents in selected population groups in Oxfordshire including “protected characteristics” as defined under the Equality Act of 2010.

This chapter of the JSNA is in the format of a series of factsheets giving the latest data – some of which is still from the Census 2011 survey. 

In some cases (disability, sexual orientation) estimates for Oxfordshire are provided based on national survey findings.

19 March 2019

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.

Chapter 2 provides an overview of Oxfordshire's population by age and ethnic group and includes the trend and variation in life expectancy.

19 March 2019

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
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

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Health