What is a JSNA?
A JSNA is a shared evidence base on key areas of health and wellbeing in Hull and the characteristics of Hull’s population. It contains data, reports and summary information on health, wellbeing and some of the wider causes of our health and wellbeing. It also features information on the city’s population and their characteristics as well as information on inequalities.
Who is the JSNA for?
The JSNA is for anyone with an interest (professional or personal) in the health, wellbeing and population factors affecting Hull. The information can be used to support funding bids, help make service commissioning decisions, aid research work and help anyone interested in the health and wellbeing in Hull as well as the wider determinants affecting health and wellbeing.
Who produces the JSNA?
The JSNA website is updated by Hull City Council’s Public Health Intelligence team with collaboration with a wide range of partners.
In July 2022, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) ceased to exist and were replaced by the Integrated Care System. Local authorities and CCGs (and now its successor) have a statutory duty with equal and joint duties to prepare JSNAs through the Health and Wellbeing Board.
Where does the information come from?
A wide range of sources are used to update the information within the JSNA. These include information from national sources such as from the Office for National Improvement & Disparities (previously Public Health England) and their public health data on Fingertips, the Office for National Statistics, Police Data, and a range of data on government websites. Local data is also used in the production of the JSNA and these include service data and other information from colleagues from Hull City Council and information from Hull’s Health and Wellbeing Surveys which have been conducted by the Public Health Intelligence team over a number of years.
Hull’s JSNA is entirely online with information exclusively on this website. Each topic area is on a separate website page, but there is a summary document which provides an overview – JSNA Key Points under Home.
Detailed profiles for each of Hull’s 21 electoral wards is also available at Ward and Area Committee Area Profiles under Place.
Where do I find the information I want?
Each topic has a separate page, and is arranged under different Main Menu headings as follows: Home, Population, Vulnerable Groups, Adults, Children & Young People, Place, Health & Wellbeing Influences, and Tools & Resources.
To access the Main Menu, click on Show Navigation (or box with lines) in the top right corner of the page, then click on the down arrows to go to Sub Menu items or individual topic pages.
A Contents Page / Site Map has also been produced which gives a list of all the topic pages beneath the Main Menu headings.
Under Home, there is the home page and the JSNA Key Points summary as well as a page which gives information about what a JSNA is.
Under Population, there is information on population estimates and projections, race and ethnicity, life expectancy, and causes of death.
Under the Adults and Children and Young People, there are headings for Health Factors and Lifestyle Factors. Health Factors covers general health, emotional wellbeing and oral health, and information relating to various diseases and medical conditions for adults, and Special Educational Needs or Disabilities, accidents and injuries, A&E attendances and hospital admissions, screening and vaccinations, and under 18 conceptions for children and young people. Lifestyle Factors includes information relating to lifestyle and behavioural risk factors, such as diet, physical activity, healthy weight, smoking, alcohol and drugs as well gambling for adults. There is another subheading for adults for Prevention which covers vaccinations and screening including the NHS Health Check. Within the Children and Young People menu there are two further submenus: Pregnancy and Infants which covers pregnancy and maternal health, births and infant health, breastfeeding, smoking in pregnancy, stillbirths and infant mortality, and Child Development which covers early years and good child development as well as providing information on Hull’s Early Help and Prevention programme.
Under Vulnerable Groups, there is further information on specific groups such as carers, children in care and care leavers, people with learning disabilities and with mental ill health, people who are homeless, Gypsy and Travellers, gender identity and LGTBQ+ and Veterans, etc.
Under Health and Wellbeing Influences, there is information on some of the wider determinants of health and wellbeing which include deprivation and poverty, housing, air pollution, climate change, schools, education and qualifications, employment, economy and healthy workplaces, young people not in education, employment or training, crime, domestic abuse, and financial resilience.
Under Place, there is further information about Hull as a geographical area, and health and wellbeing profiles for each electoral ward and Area Committee Area in Hull as well information on where profiles can be found for each of Hull’s GP practices and each of Hull’s Primary Care Networks (groups of GP practices).
Under Tools and Resources, further information can be found on Hull’s Adult and Young People Health and Wellbeing Surveys and a summary of the prevalence of various diseases and medical conditions at GP practice level throughout Hull (from the Quality and Outcomes Framework data) as well as links to our Glossary, and links to other associated documents such as the Director of Public Health Annual reports, the local Health and Wellbeing Strategy, and Hull’s Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment. This section also provide information on where to report an outbreak of an infectious disease or other health-related issue (such as noise) as well as our contact details if you would like further information or have questions relating to health and wellbeing needs of Hull’s population, or relating to Hull’s Joint Strategic Needs Assessment.
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This page was last updated on 14 February 2023.
This page is due to be updated / checked in March 2024.