Hull Public Health 

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Welcome

Welcome to the updated website of Hull Public Health. All the public domain reports, analyses and resources produced by the Hull Public Health Science team are available to download. The website will be updated regularly as resources are created or updated. We hope you find the site easy to use, and that you are able to find the resources you are seeking. If you have any comments about the website or contents, or you are unable to find the particular resources you are looking for, please contact us.


What's new

Release 6 of Hull's JSNA Toolkit

Release 6 of Hull's JSNA Toolkt is now available. The latest release of this set of 41 reports contains up to date information on mortality, primary care performance, disease prevalence, cancer screening, the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2015, the results of the 2014 health and lifestyle (prevalence) survey and much more. A full list of reports is available here.

Oral Health Needs in Hull

An Oral Health Needs in Hull Summary 2015 has been produced, summarising information available from the Yorkshire and Humber Oral Health Needs Assessment, as well as from Hull JSNA Toolkit: Dental Health. This has been prepared to inform and complenent Hull's Oral Health Action Plan 2015-2020.

Index of Multiple Deprivation 2015

The latest Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) was released at the end of September 2015. The IMD is a score derived from 37 indicators accross 7 areas:

Income
Employment
Education, skills and training
Health and disabilities
Crime
Barriers to Housing and Services
Living Environment

The IMD is a measure of relative deprivation, and in 2015 Hull was ranked as the 3rd most deprived local authority in England (out of 326 local authorities). Only Blackpool and Knowsley were more deprived than Hull

A summary report for Hull outlining the IMD 2015 and changes since the IMD 2010 is available here.

Further information on the Index of Multiple Deprivation can be found here.

2015 Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) Summary

The latest Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) summary, dated October 2015, is now available to view or download here.

Changes between Release 4 and Release 5 of JSNA Toolkit

A brief document that summarises the key changes between Release 4 and Release 5 of the JSNA Toolkits, the documents that underpin the JSNA, is available to view or download here.

2014 Health and Lifestyle (Prevalence) Survey of Hull Adults

The results of the 2014 Health and Lifestyle (Prevalence) Survey conducted in Hull between September and December 2014 are now available. The overall survey report, together with separate reports on smoking, alcohol as well as a report on diet, exercise and obesity may be found here.

2013/14 Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF)

Following the release of local QOF information for 2013/14, the Hull JSNA Toolkit documents have been updated to include this new data.

All the JSNA Toolkit documents are available to download here.

Hull Public Health Profiles 2015

Public Health Profiles have been developed for each of Hull's 23 wards, as well as the seven Area Committee Areas, the three Localities within Hull and Hull overall. Each 16-page profile contains analyses from a range of sources, including recent local surveys (2011-12 and 2014), the 2011 census, recent national surveys and the Public Health Outcomes Framework, as well as up to date local information on births and deaths.

Each of the reports is available to read or download here

Community Assets 2014-15

The report of the qualitative study looking at community assets in Hull, conducted during late 2014 and early 2015 is now available, and may be downloaded here.

Further details of this project, as well as other qualitative work conducted in Hull, may be found here.

2014 Mortality

Following the release of local mortality information for deaths registered during 2014, the Hull JSNA Toolkit documents have been updated to include this new data.

All the JSNA Toolkit documents are available to download here.

Director of Public Health Annual Report 2014

A Time For Change: Working together for a more equal and healthier Hull is the title of the newly published 2014 Director of Public Health (DPH) annual report.  This year's report focuses on health inequalities, and may be downloaded here. This is the first annual report by Hull's Director of Public Health, Julia Weldon, written as she concluded her first year in the city.

This and previous DPH annual reports may be downloaded from the DPH annual report page.

Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2014-2020

The Health and Wellbeing Board in Hull has approved the revised Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2014-2020 "Hull - Healthier Together" which may be downloaded here. Further information is available on our Health and Wellbeing page.

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How to find information/data/resources

The drop down menu at the top of each page enables you to navigate to each page on the website. Within each page there is a menu on the left hand side of the page which enables you to navigate to the sections within that specific page.

A comprehensive A to Z listing of available resources may be found by clicking on Find Resources under the Find It tab on the drop down menu at the top of the page, or by clicking here.

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