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Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)

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Local authorities and local health services are required to undertake Joint Strategic Needs Assessments of health and well-being. This work is a continuous process of assessment designed to inform decisions made locally about what services are commissioned. The core aim is to improve the public's health and reduce inequalities.

Findings from the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment and public consultation are used to produce a Joint Health and Well-being Strategy through Worcestershire's Health and Well-being Board.

JSNA Summary and Public Health Annual Reports

JSNA Summary

JSNA summary reports provide updated information on priority areas, as well as identifying any potential emerging trends and threats that the Health and Wellbeing Board might need to take into account. These are likely to include co-morbidities and cross cutting issues.

Director of Public Health Annual Reports

It is a statutory duty under The Health and Social Care Act 2012 that the Director of Public Health for a local authority must prepare an annual report on the health of the people in the area of the local authority.

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Contact Information

For information relating to the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment or help and support on the data and tools available for the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment please email Research and Marketing: research@worcestershire.gov.uk or call 01905 822026.

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This page was last reviewed 13 June 2014 at 8:52.
The page is next due for review 10 December 2015.