This section covers relating to children and young people and is divided into four areas:
- Health Factors – physical health, mental health and emotional health, accidents and injuries, A&E attendances and hospital admissions, children with special educational needs or disabilities, oral health, screening and vaccinations, and under 18 conceptions;
- Lifestyle Factors – alcohol, diet and nutrition, drug misuse, healthy weight, physical activity and smoking; and
- Pregnancy and Infants – pregnancy and maternal health, births and infant health, breastfeeding, smoking in pregnancy, and stillbirths and infant mortality
- Child Development – early years and good child development (school readiness), and Hull’s Early Help and Prevention Programme.
Other main menu headings which relate to the entire population also includes some information relating to children and young people:
- Under Population for Population Estimate, Race and Ethnicity, and Population Projections.
- Under Health and Wellbeing Influences for Schools, Education and Qualifications, Young People Not in Education, Employment or Training, Crime including young offenders, Domestic Abuse, and Deprivation and Poverty.
Information relating to good child development is within Early Years and Good Child Development under Child Development, and the majority of information within Schools, Education and Qualifications relates to children and young people.
Further information is available within Hull’s Young People Health and Wellbeing Surveys which includes detailed reports and the questionnaires. Information relating to local qualitative research conducted with young people can be found under Other Local Surveys and Qualitative Research and full reports under Surveys within Tools and Resources.
This page was last updated / checked on 26 April 2022.
This page is due to be updated / checked in March 2023.