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Health outcomes in lewisham
Health outcomes in lewisham
Health outcomes in lewisham
Health outcomes in lewisham
Health outcomes in lewisham
Health outcomes in lewisham
Health outcomes in lewisham
Health outcomes in lewisham
Health outcomes in lewisham
Health outcomes in lewisham
Health outcomes in lewisham
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  1. Health Outcomes for Men in Lewisham<br />
  2. Health Outcomes for Women in Lewisham<br />
  3. Children achieving a good level of development at age 5 (%)<br />
  4. Young people not in employment, education or training (NEET) (%)<br />
  5. People in households in receipt of means-tested benefits (%)<br />
  6. Inequality in people in receipt of means-tested benefits (% points)<br />
  7. What the indicators are measuring<br />Life expectancy at birth<br />Estimate of the average number of years of life expectancy at birth, based on current mortality rates<br />Source: Office for National Statistics (ONS) <br />Inequality in life expectancy<br />represents the gap in years of life expectancy between the least and most deprived areas within the local authority, based on a statistical analysis of the relationship between life expectancy and deprivation scores across the whole authority.<br />Source: Association of Public Health Observatories, based on analysis of ONS mortality data and population estimates <br />
  8. Inequality in disability-free life expectancy (DFLE)<br />represents the gap in years of disability free life expectancy between the least and most deprived areas within the local authority, based on a statistical analysis of the relationship between DFLE and deprivation scores across the whole authority.<br />Source: Slope Index of Inequality - London Health Observatory based on analysis of DFLE figures from ONS<br />
  9. Children achieving a good level of development at age 5<br />Percentage of children assessed by a teacher as having achieved a ‘good level of development’ in the year they turn five<br />Source: Department for Education<br />Young people not in employment, education or training (NEET)<br />Percentage of young people aged 16-19 who are not in education, employment or training (NEET).<br />Source: Department for Education<br />
  10. People in households in receipt of means-tested benefits<br />Percentage of people living in households in receipt of selected means-tested benefits<br />Source: Income Domain of the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2007 - Communities and Local Government; percentages for LAs - London Health Observatory<br />
  11. Inequality in percentage in receipt of means-tested benefits<br />represents the difference in percentages between the least and most deprived areas within the local authority, based on a statistical analysis of the relationship between the percentage in receipt of means-tested benefits and deprivation scores across the whole authority. The higher the percentage, the greater the inequality within the local authority.<br />Source: Slope Index of Inequality - London Health Observatory based on analysis of the Income Domain of the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2007 from Communities and Local Government<br />

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