This topic area covers tools and resources to help find the information you require from our Joint Strategic Needs Assessment website. These include our contact details, information on numerous local Health and Wellbeing and other surveys completed in Hull, and links to Hull’s Health and Wellbeing Strategy, Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment and Director of Public Health Annual reports. There is also a Help section which includes information to help you interpret and understand the information presented within our Joint Strategic Needs Assessment, such as a video on how to use the Office for Health Improvement & Disparities’ Fingertips and a detailed Glossary explaining health information and statistical terms.
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A wealth of information is provided on these pages for Hull’s Joint Strategic Needs Assessment, but if you cannot find something or would like further information, please contact us on [email protected].
Help – Toolkits, Glossary and Finding Information
Further information relating to the Office for Health Improvement & Disparities’ Fingertips, and a Glossary provides a wealth of additional information about Hull, data sources and definitions, as well as explanation of health and statistical terms. If you require further information relating to the health and wellbeing needs of the population of Hull, more information on the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment or questions on the way data is presented, please Contact Us.
Hull’s Health and Wellbeing Surveys
The Public Health Intelligence team have undertaken a number of adult and young people Health and Wellbeing Surveys over the years. There have also been two Social Capital Surveys which have measured aspects of social capital such as trust, social networks and social support. The questionnaires and reports are available for these surveys. The latest adults (16+ years) survey was conducted in 2019 and the latest young people (secondary school pupils) survey was conducted in 2016. There has been plans to undertake another young people’s Health and Wellbeing Survey but this has been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hull’s Director of Public Health Annual Reports, Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment and Health and Wellbeing Strategy
Reporting an Outbreak of an Infectious Disease or Other Health-Related Problem
Please do not contact us as we cannot help with these problems.
If you need to report an outbreak of an infectious disease in your establishment (for example, nursery, school, or care home), please contact the Health Protection team.
If you have a complaint relating to food safety problems such as hygiene of a shop, takeaway, restaurant or food factory, etc, problems relating to noise, or problems relating to littering or bin collections, please contact the relevant department within Hull City Council.
This page was last updated on 31 May 2022.
This page is due to be updated / checked in March 2023.