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Joint strategic needs assessment (JSNA)

A health needs assessment of people living in Rutland which helps us to plan local health, wellbeing and care services

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) looks at the physical and mental health needs of people living in Rutland and helps us to plan local health, wellbeing and social care services.

The JSNA also forms the basis of the Health and Wellbeing Strategy that's produced by the Health and Wellbeing Board.

Latest JSNA

The 2018 Assessment was approved by the Rutland Health and Wellbeing Board on 4 December 2018. 

Each chapter assesses current and future health and social care needs.

There's also a series of Infographic data dashboards that will be updated quarterly. This approach will allow Rutland to maintain more up-to-date data sets to support clear, evidence-based decisions.

The overall Joint Strategic Needs Assessment includes chapters on:

Data and reports

The data dashboards cover seven topics:

  1. background and demographics
  2. giving children the best start in life
  3. health an wellbeing of adults
  4. issues specific to ageing
  5. mental health
  6. physical and sensory disability
  7. learning disabilities

If there's no values in a data set, this is because either:

  • the value's not available
  • the data's not been published due to small numbers
  • the value's been combined with Leicestershire data

Core data sets:

Reports

Data sets are supported by more detailed reports on specific areas (more reports will be published on this page as they're completed):

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