This bitesize is one of a series showing data for Oxfordshire related to the cost of living, and is focused on Pension Credit.

Pension Credit is an income-related benefit that tops up weekly income to £182.60 for a single person and to a joint £278.70 for a couple.

This bitesize is one of a series showing data for Oxfordshire related to the cost of living, and is focused on Pension Credit

It includes data on people claiming Pension Credit in Oxfordshire by Local Authority district and an estimate of those eligible but not claiming.

12 August 2022

This bitesize report highlights data on the differences in rates of smoking by deprivation, occupation, sexual orientation and mental health.

30 June 2022

Smoking remains the biggest single cause of preventable deaths, accounting for 1 in 6 of all deaths in England.  

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A new JSNA Bitesize is now available about Oxfordshire's 10 most deprived wards.

This JSNA Bitesize provides an overview of the '10 most deprived wards' in Oxfordshire.  These wards include Lower Super Output Areas ranked in the most deprived 20% of areas in England according to the 2019 English Indices of Deprivation.

This version has been updated to include population counts from the Census 2021 survey and (where appropriate) the new Oxford City ward boundaries.

30 January 2023

Summary of presentations to the Oxfordshire analyst networking meeting held online on 11th June 2020

23 June 2020

Thank you to everyone who came along to our first ‘virtual’ Oxfordshire analyst networking meeting on 11th June, hosted by Oxford City Council and Oxfordshire County Council online. Despite not being able to meet in person, lots of questions were asked of the speakers and groups discussions were held!

Our meeting this time included sessions from.

People experiencing homelessness die younger than those living in stable, appropriate housing. In fact, they have a lower life expectancy than the average person living in the poorest, least healthy countries on the planet.

For the first time in Oxfordshire, this report combines local quantitative data from various healthcare service providers and housing teams, as well as qualitative data from focus groups and questionnaires conducted with people experiencing homelessness in this area, to provide estimates of the homeless population across the county and their health needs. These local data are supplemented with national data to fill in information gaps and place the situation in Oxfordshire in a wider context.

1 July 2019


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