Health and wellbeing Our approach to the JSNA

Where to find out more

More information about the topics covered in the JSNA can be found from the following sources:

Public Health England

Public Health England produces a number of National Public Health Profiles covering a wide range of public health areas and also provides access to data in respect of the indicators contained in the Public Health Outcomes Framework.  

An alphabetical listing of public health data and analysis tools from across Public Health England is also available.

The Local Health tool provides access data for small geographical areas, such as electoral wards, and also contains the facility to generate bespoke neighbourhood profiles.

National Intelligence Networks

Public Health England has established five national health intelligence networks for cancer, cardiovascular disease, child and maternal health, mental health, dementia and neurology, and end of life care. The networks analyse information and data and turn it into meaningful timely health intelligence to help commissioners, policy makers, clinicians and health professionals to improve services and outcomes.

Office for National Statistics

The Office for National Statistics is the main producer of official statistics and is the recognised national statistical institute of the UK. It is also responsible for the design, delivery and analysis of the Census for England and Wales.  The Office for National Statistics are also responsible for Nomis – an service that provides free access to detailed and up-to-date UK labour market and Census statistics from official sources.

NHS Digital

NHS Digital (previously known as the Health and Social Care Information Centre) is responsible for collecting and publishing information relating to health and care, including national indicators covering the quality of care, population health and the outcomes of treatments. 

The Indicator Portal is a free tool that gathers together a range of national health and social care indicators in one place, including those contained in the NHS Outcomes Framework.

Manchester City Council

A range of local statistics and Census data are available on the Manchester City Council website.

The Intelligence Hub Analysis Tool (IHAT) contains over 100 statistical variables, displayed on a map, a data grid and a bar chart with analytical text.

The Public Health Knowledge and Intelligence Team also produce a Compendium of Public Statistics for Manchester. Separate versions of the Compendium have also been produced for North, Central and South Manchester


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