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Joint Strategic Needs Assessment



In September 2015, Surrey's Health and Wellbeing Board directed the JSNA project team to refresh the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment. The refreshed JSNA will follow a Lifecourse approach as set out in the 2010 Marmot review - 'Fair Society Healthy Lives'. The new document will be more concise and better suited to the needs of its audience.

We are in the process of publishing new chapters. The following are now available:

Going forward, these will replace the existing chapters. Following the launch of the refreshed JSNA these chapters will be permanently archived but will remain available on Surrey-i.            

Introduction

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is an assessment of the current and future health and social care needs of the local community. The JSNA informs the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (JHWS) which is a strategy for meeting the needs identified in the JSNA. Local authorities and clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) have equal and joint duties to prepare JSNAs and JHWSs, through the health and wellbeing board established by the local authority.  

The JSNA is a continuous process and is updated as additional information becomes available, as gaps are identified and in response to feedback received. The current version of the JSNA has been produced using Surrey-i where all the data used in the chapters are available to download and reuse.

We would welcome your feedback and suggestions on the priorities emerging from the JSNA. Please send your feedback and suggestions to jsnafeedback@surreycc.gov.uk  
 
Please select any of the sections below to display all of the chapters in that section and then select the title to read the chapter.


JSNA Summary

Please select following link for Joint Strategic Needs Assessment Summary Surrey JSNA Summary


 

Demography

These chapters have been replaced by the new chapter "The Surrey Context: People and Places". The link to this has been added above.

Ethnicity

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender

Population Estimates and Projections

Religion and Belief



 

Deprivation

Children Living in Poverty

Health Inequalities

Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2010

Priority Places



 

Environment

Economic Factors

Environment

Housing

Road Safety


 

Health Related Behaviour

Alcohol: This chapter has been superseded by the new chapter "Improving health behaviours". The link to this has been added above.

Breastfeeding:
This chapter has been superseded by the new chapter "Maternity and infant feeding". The link to this has been added above.

Diet and Lifestyle:
This chapter has been superseded by the new chapter "Improving health behaviours". The link to this has been added above.

Immunisation

Physical Activity:
This chapter has been superseded by the new chapter "Improving health behaviours". The link to this has been added above.

Screening

Sexual Behaviour of Young People

Smoking:
This chapter has been superseded by the new chapter "Improving health behaviours". The link to this has been added above.

Substance Misuse:
This chapter has now been refreshed and the new link added above

Teenage Pregnancy



 

Specific Conditions

Adult Mental Health: This chapter has now been refreshed and the new link added above

Cancer

Cardiovascular Disease (CVD):
This chapter has been superseded by the new chapter "Long term conditions". The link to this has been added above.

Dementia 

Dental Health

Dual Sensory Loss: This chapter has been superseded by the new chapter "Long term conditions". The link to this has been added above.

Hearing Impairment: This chapter has been superseded by the new chapter "Long term conditions". The link to this has been added above.

Infectious Disease 

Long term Neurological Conditions

Mobility: This chapter has been superseded by the new chapter "Long term conditions". The link to this has been added above.

Obesity - Adults

Obesity - Children

People with Learning Disabilities

Services for People Who Are Deaf and Use British Sign Language: This chapter has been superseded by the new chapter "Long term conditions". The link to this has been added above.

Sexual and Reproductive Health 

Visual Impairment: This chapter has been superseded by the new chapter "Long term conditions". The link to this has been added above.

Tuberculosis (TB)


 

People and Society

Antisocial Behaviour

Carers: This chapter has now been refreshed and the new link added above 

Children and Young People in the Care of the Council 

Children with Disabilities:
This chapter has now been refreshed and the new link added above  

Children in Need known to Social Care

Children Subject to a Child Protection Plan

Domestic Abuse

Education

End of Life Care


Excess Winter Deaths 

Falls 

Families with multiple needs

Family Stability

Gypsy, Roma and Travellers

Health of Offenders in Community 

Maternity:
This chapter has been superseded by the new chapter "Maternity and infant feeding". The link to this has been added above.

Neonatal Care and Infant Mortality:
This chapter has been superseded by the new chapter "Maternity and infant feeding". The link to this has been added above.

Older People 

Prisoner's Health

Participation in Education, Employment and Training (PETE)

Parenting 

Sex Workers 

Young Carers and Young Adult Carers

Young Offenders






Profiles