Warwickshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) Annual Update 2012/13

Warwickshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment_front pageA 2012/13 Annual Update on Warwickshire’s JSNA was produced in May 2013.  This aims to provide commissioners and other parties interested in Warwickshire’s health and wellbeing with:

a) A summary of the County’s approach to the JSNA process.

b) An update on the latest analysis and interpretation of need.

c) Key messages from that information that our target audience should hear.

The purpose of the Warwickshire JSNA is to provide a consensus view on the current and future health and wellbeing needs and inequalities of the local population.

In order to supplement this Annual Update, further analysis has also been carried out at a District/Borough level, and localised versions of the report have been produced to support and inform the work of the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and the District and Borough Councils.  These reports provide an update to the ‘Mini JSNAs’ which were produced last year.

Key messages from the analysis include persistent inequalities across different geographical areas and population groups, notable variation in lifestyle characteristics, coupled with significant demographic change and increasing dependency ratios.

The Annual JSNA Updates for the County and each of the Districts and Boroughs are available on the Warwickshire JSNA website: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/jsna

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