Overview of Health in KnowsleyGavin Roberts2014-11-05T16:49:35+00:00
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is the means by which Primary Care Trusts and Local Authorities describe the future health, care, and wellbeing needs of local communities.
The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment is intended to ensure that the needs of local people are met, both now and in the future. It provides an opportunity to look ahead at least three to five years in order to support and direct the change that needs to happen in local service systems so that services are shaped by local communities, inequalities are reduced, and social inclusion increased.
Public Health Compendium
This document aims to provide a comprehensive summary of health issues in Knowsley. It gives comparisons for Knowsley internally and externally including national, regional and “for Similar” areas. While the compendium is primarily aimed at staff within Public Health and partner agencies, it is also available to external agencies and members of the public.
Knowsley Schools Health Related Behaviour Survey
These results are the compilation of data collected from a sample of primary pupils aged 10 to 11 and secondary pupils aged 12 to 15 in Knowsley during the Summer of 2013.
This report presents the findings from the Knowsley Lifestyle Survey 2012/13, part of the NHS Merseyside Lifestyle Survey. The research was designed to collect lifestyle indicator data across Knowsley. The survey explored a range of behavioural and attitudinal factors, including general health, physical activity, diet and nutrition, alcohol consumption, smoking, disabilities, mental health status and attitudes towards life.
This survey was undertaken by Knowsley MBC as a way of monitoring a set of specific health behaviours of the young people who have taken part in the wider Health Related Behaviour survey.