Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) and Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (JHWS)
The North East Lincolnshire JSNA is an overarching assessment of current and future health and social care needs. North East Lincolnshire Council and North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) have an equal and joint duty to prepare the JSNA and the JHWS through the health and wellbeing board. The evidence from the JSNA and the priorities from the JHWS will be used to inform commissioning to improve the health and wellbeing of the local population.
The JHWS is the strategy for meeting the needs identified in the JSNA and which sets out the vision, outcomes to be achieved, and priorities of the health and wellbeing board. The current JHWS for the period 2013 to 2016 can be accessed below and this will be updated during 2017 to reflect the findings from the JSNA refresh.
2013-16 Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy for North East Lincolnshire
The 2016 JSNA refresh has aligned the JSNA to the North East Lincolnshire Outcomes Framework. The two key priorities for the Council are a Stronger Economy and Stronger Communities. The outcomes framework has been developed to support the delivery of the local priorities in conjunction with partners and across sectors. This vision for North East Lincolnshire as set out in the outcomes framework, sets out the five high level outcomes that the Council and its partners aspire to achieve to ensure economic, social, and healthy wellbeing for the residents of North East Lincolnshire. These five outcomes are that all people in North East Lincolnshire will: Enjoy and benefit from a strong economy; Feel safe and are safe; Enjoy good health and wellbeing; Benefit from sustainable communities; Fulfil their potential through skills and learning. To ensure the JSNA informs this work, JSNA summary reports for each outcome have been produced which include diagnostic data and intelligence relevant to each outcome. The outcomes framework is structured into the life course stages and the JSNA summary reports also follow this structure: Starting well; Living well; Ageing well.
The JSNA is available at three different levels of detail in order to fulfil the needs of different audiences.
The top tier is the main summary report for North East Lincolnshire which can be accessed below and this pulls together the key points from across the five outcomes and life courses, to form a picture of the local needs and enabling local priorities to be identified.
North East Lincolnshire JSNA Overview - State of the Borough 2016
JSNA reports for each outcome have also been produced which can be accessed below and these bring together all the data and information relevant to each outcome across the life course.
Strong Economy summary
Feel Safe Are Safe summary
Health and Wellbeing summary
Sustainable Communities summary
Skills and Learning summary
The most detailed information is contained within individual topic JSNA summaries. These summaries provide detailed analysis and information including that around benchmarking, trend analysis, and local variations and inequalities. All information has been aligned to one of the five outcomes or to an additional demography section depending on the topic. The individual summaries have been completed with information available at the time of writing, however more recent data may be available from the data sources referenced in each summary.
Strong Economy page
Feel Safe Are Safe page
Health and Wellbeing page
Sustainable Communities page
Skills and Learning page
The recent Burden of disease in Northern Lincolnshire study examined the likely impact of disease (particularly long term conditions) on the local health and social care system and identified interventions and prevention strategies required to turn the curve. Following this a more in depth analysis focussing on the Burden of disease in North East Lincolnshire was undertaken.
Additional reports that contribute to and inform the JSNA such as the domestic abuse needs assessment, the adolescent lifestyle survey, the looked after children annual report, and the director of public health annual reports, can all be found on our Strategic Assessments page. The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment is an assessment of the needs for pharmaceutical services in the North East Lincolnshire area.
Public Health England has published a wide range of data tools and profiles at local authority level including:
North East Lincolnshire Health Profile
North East Lincolnshire Child Health Profile
North East Lincolnshire Dementia Profile
North East Lincolnshire Local Alcohol Profile
North East Lincolnshire Liver Disease Profile
North East Lincolnshire Local Tobacco Control Profile
North East Lincolnshire Sexual and Reproductive Health Profile
North East Lincolnshire Children’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Profile
North East Lincolnshire Neurology Profile
North East Lincolnshire Suicide Prevention Profile
The Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF) sets out a vision for public health, the desired outcomes, and the indicators that will help us to understand how well public health is being improved and protected. Further information regarding the PHOF can be found on the gov.uk website.
North East Lincolnshire PHOF Indicator Summary
PHOF 2016-2019 overview
The Department of Health owns the NHS Choices website which contains a wide range of comprehensive health information.