Other Reports and Information
The links below provide information and reports from a variety of sources both internal and external.
My Health, Our Future - 2017 My Health, Our Future is a report by Healthwatch Suffolk. The work build on a pilot study in 2015/16. My Health, Our Future sought to establish clear patterns of need among children and young people across Suffolk. The findings are discussed in relation to the school’s Tier One functions: mental health and wellbeing promotion and prevention.
The priorities set out in; ‘Achieving World-Class Cancer Outcomes: A Strategy for England 2015-2020’ has been used as the framework to develop this profile on cancer. Desktop research was undertaken to gather published research and evidence where available. Person, place and time has been used to describe the patterns and epidemiology of cancer in Suffolk.
The full report is available here.
Key high level findings can be viewed on this summary page.
Published: June 2018
A selection of profiles on areas in Suffolk with very small populations:
- Hidden Needs 2016: Five years after the first report was released, the Suffolk Community Foundation have commissioned the University of Suffolk to revisit the original Hidden Needs report.
- Hard Edges Mapping Severe and Multiple Disadvantage 2015
- Rurality and Deprivation in Suffolk 2016
- Index of Multiple Deprivation 2015 Slide Summary
- Index of Multiple Deprivation 2010 - 2015 Report
- 2015 Ward Deprivation in Detail (November 2017)
"Health inequalities are differences between people or groups due to social, geographical, biological or other factors. These differences have a huge impact, because they result in people who are worst off experiencing poorer health and shorter lives."
The following powerpoint presentations developed by Public Health England look at health inequalities in local areas.
District and Borough:
Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP):
This survey helps Suffolk County Council understand the various ways people travel to work. Suffolk County Council’s Local Transport Plan- www.suffolk.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/ is a long-term strategy up to 2031, highlighting the council’s long-term ambitions for the transport network.
The Travel to Work Survey is one of a number of Suffolk County Council’s initiatives to improve transport services by understanding how people travel within the county. Survey data also helps organisations taking part to develop their own travel plans and monitor progress against existing ones.
The annual reports are available below:
This document looks at differences between the Suffolk geographic footprint and that of the Suffolk and North East Essex Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP).
Document available here: Suffolk and the STP
Community in-patient beds review: Population Projections: Suffolk’s CCGs have requested public health support in determining the future health needs of the population and the implications for community in-patient beds. This report summarises the key findings. (Published: November 2017)
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Deaths and End of Life in Suffolk
This report considers the epidemiology of deaths in Suffolk between April 2014 and March 2017. The data in the report has been analysed by person, place and time. To allow more local understanding of distribution and patterns of deaths, most of the data has been analysed at district/borough council levels. (Created: August 2017 Published: April 2018)
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Survey of migrants: A Report 2010
The study aimed to provide information on key areas for each of the identified major new migrant populations in Suffolk. There are two main parts to the research:
• A quantitative face to face survey of migrants across Suffolk
• 12 in-depth qualitative interviews lasting c45mins-60mins with migrants
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This report is being updated in 2018/19
This profile report looks at the epidemiology, evidence and research available on violence in Suffolk, and nationally. The profile takes a public health approach to violence, exploring key opportunities for prevention and early intervention, and largely mirrors the format of the Lambeth needs assessment on serious violence produced in 2015