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David stacey jsna workshop

  1. 1. Joint Strategic Needs Assessment-  Developing shared approaches to improve health and wellbeing and reduce inequalitiesDavid StaceyProgramme Manager for Public HealthLincolnshire County Council http://shared.research-lincs.org.uk/joint- strategic-needs-assessment.aspx
  2. 2. Lincolnshire•  Population is estimated to be 703,000, projected to rise to 838,200 by 2033. GP registered population is 732,510.•  Population aged 75 and over projected to double in size (109%) between 2008 and 2033.•  12% of Lincolnshire’s population (using IMD 2010) now live within the 20% most deprived areas of England compared with 11% in 2007•  Female life expectancy is 82 years and male life expectancy is 78 years but...gap is 17.7 years for females and 12.5 years for males http://shared.research-lincs.org.uk/joint- strategic-needs-assessment.aspx
  3. 3. Health and Wellbeing Board•  Shadow committee of the council•  Established March 2011•  Tight membership with wider engagement via task and finish groups•  Initial focus on improving JSNA•  Now working to convert JSNA priorities into themes of the JHWS http://shared.research-lincs.org.uk/joint- strategic-needs-assessment.aspx
  4. 4. Lincolnshire JSNANew approach to JSNA 2011•  Establish JSNA as a continuous process;•  Improve level and quality of engagement;•  Produce a succinct annual JSNA report;•  Support the report with expert commentaries on 35 topic areas•  Focus report on the health inequalities•  New website with enhanced views of the JSNA http://shared.research-lincs.org.uk/joint- strategic-needs-assessment.aspx
  5. 5. JSNA Identified Priorities•  Promoting healthy lifestyles•  Improving health and wellbeing for older people•  Delivering high quality systematic care for major causes of ill health•  Improving health and reducing health inequalities for children•  Reducing Worklessness http://shared.research-lincs.org.uk/joint- strategic-needs-assessment.aspx
  6. 6. Next Steps – Future Developments1.  Monitor continuous improvement by undertaking an annual JSNA ‘Health Check’ with partners2.  Convert JSNA priorities into themed chapters of the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy3.  Engage communities by developing asset based approaches to be used in conjunction with the JSNA4.  Establish an alignment with various assessments of need (e.g. Child Poverty Needs Assessment)5.  Improve quality and presentation of data on Lincolnshire Research Observatory6.  Develop a strategic development group to report progress and support the Health and Wellbeing Board
  7. 7. ThankyouDavid StaceyProgramme Manager for Public HealthLincolnshire County CouncilE: david.stacey@lincolnshire.gov.ukT: 01522 554017 http://shared.research-lincs.org.uk/joint- strategic-needs-assessment.aspx