JSNA - Themes

Birmingham’s Joint Strategic Needs Assessment

The JSNA looks at the current needs of local communities and helps health and care organisations to plan support and services for the future.   It is an ongoing process that identifies the future health and wellbeing needs of the people of Birmingham bringing together a range of strategic overviews and detailed needs assessments.  The JSNA should not be seen as a “one off” document. It is ever growing and changing as new reports and assessments are added, which can be referenced together as a Joint Strategic Needs Assessment. These can be found under the themes below.

The most recent summary of Birmingham's JSNA can be found here

 

 

   

Births, Age of Mother, Infant Mortality, Under 5's Review, Early Interventions

Adverse Childhood Experiences, Child Health Profiles, Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, Child Deaths

Homeless, Learning Disabilities, Adult Social Care, Domestic Violence, Suicide, Migrants

 Children and Young People's Mental Health,  Dementia Strategy

Review of Respiratory Care, Years of Life Lost, End of Life Care, TB, Diabetes, Musculoskeletal

NHS Health Checks,  Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment, Cancer Services

Drugs & Alcohol, Lifestyle services, Childhood Obesity, Sexual Health, Physical Activity

 Health Inequalities, Asset Mapping, Air Quality, Green Spaces, Sustainability and Transformation Plan

 

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