Overarching:

Overarching Resources and JSNA Summaries

This section collates overarching information and profiles that look at population health as a whole, or for specific geographical areas. These underpin all of the topics included in the JSNA.

JSNA People and Place Summaries have also been produced for each of the three Berkshire East local authority areas and can be accessed by clicking on the buttons below. The summaries provide an overview of the population and communities that live in the different local areas and factors that impact on how they live.

Useful Resources

  • Health in 2040: projected patterns of illness in England (Real Centre)

    A report showing the levels and types of ill health in the population expecting to change between now and 2040. This as well likely to impact on the use of NHS services. Its findings have profound implications for other public services, the labour market, and pensions policy.

    View resource
    Research and Reports
  • LG Inform

    The website contains a range of topics and readymade reports including housing, planning, building control, environment and climate change, business and the economy, children’s and adults’ social care, public health, deprivation and poverty, demographics, and the Census.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis Website of resources
  • Health in England: 2015 to 2021 (Office for National Statistics)

    Insights into England’s health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic at national, regional, and local authority level, using the Health Index. There is an interactive map to use by local authority level to view results for the Health Index and different domains and indicators within it.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • Annual Report – Healthwatch Slough 2022-2023

    An annual report highlighting waiting for hospital treatment, GP access work and priorities for the coming year.

    View resource
    Research and Reports
  • Annual Report – Healthwatch Bracknell Forest 2022-2023

    An annual report highlighting waiting for hospital treatment, GP access work and priorities for the coming year.

    View resource
    Research and Reports
  • Annual Report – Healthwatch Windsor, Ascot & Maidenhead 2022-2023

    An annual report highlighting waiting for hospital treatment, GP access work and priorities for the coming year.

    View resource
    Research and Reports
  • Berkshire Observatory for Bracknell Forest

    Data for Bracknell Forest by topic and geographical areas, including ward profiles. Comparisons to national and regional data are also provided.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • Berkshire Observatory for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

    Data for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead by topic and geographical areas, including ward profiles. Comparisons to national and regional data are also provided.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • Berkshire Observatory for Slough

    Data for Slough by topic and geographical areas, including ward profiles. Comparisons to national and regional data are also provided.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • Health Profile for England 2021 (Public Health England)

    The Health Profile for England (HPfE) was first produced by Public Health England (PHE) in 2017. It brings together PHE data and knowledge with information from other sources to give a broad picture of the health of people in England today. The report has been updated annually, with content and format altering slightly each year.

    The 2021 edition of the HPfE provides a comprehensive snapshot of the nation’s health and updates many indicators presented in previous reports. It also contains a summary of the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on many aspects of health.

    View resource
    Fingertips Profile
  • Public Health Profiles (Office for Health Improvement and Disparities)

    The Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) provide a large public health data collection known as Fingertips. Data is organised into themed profiles and includes information at a national, regional and local level.

    View resource
    Fingertips Profile
  • Public Health Outcomes Framework (Office for Health Improvement and Disparities)

    The Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF) sets out a vision for public health to improve and protect the nation’s health, and improve the health of the poorest fastest. The framework includes a large number of indicators at a national, regional and local level that monitor different aspects of public health. These include overarching indicators around life expectancy, as well as more specific indicators for health improvement, health protection, healthcare, premature mortality and wider determinants of health.

    View resource
    Fingertips Profile
  • Health Equity in England: The Marmot Review 10 Years On (Institute of Health Equity, February 2020)

    The Institute of Health Equity examines progress in addressing health inequalities in England, 10 years on from the landmark study Fair Society, Healthy Lives (The Marmot Review).

    View resource
    Research and Reports
  • RBWM Places: Ascot Population Profile (Berkshire East Public Health Hub, May 2022)

    This Population Profile provides a high-level summary of the demography and health of people living in Ascot. These areas have been compared against the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead (RBWM) and Frimley Integrated Care System (ICS) to provide further context. Produced by the Berkshire East Public Health Hub in May 2022).

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • RBWM Places: Maidenhead Town Centre and Maidenhead Population Profile (Berkshire East Public Health Hub, May 2022)

    This Population Profile provides a high-level summary of the demography and health of people living in Maidenhead Town Centre and Maidenhead. These areas have been compared against the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead (RBWM) and Frimley Integrated Care System (ICS) to provide further context. Produced by the Berkshire East Public Health Hub in May 2022).

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • RBWM Places: Windsor Population Profile (Berkshire East Public Health Hub, May 2022)

    This Population Profile provides a high-level summary of the demography and health of people living in Windsor. This has been compared against the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead (RBWM) and Frimley Integrated Care System (ICS) to provide further context.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • Segment Tool (Office for Health Improvement and Disparities)

    This Office for Health Improvement & Disparities (OHID) tool provides information on the causes of death and age groups that are driving inequalities in life expectancy at local area level. Targeting the causes of death which contribute most to the life expectancy gap should have the biggest impact on reducing inequalities.

    View resource
    Fingertips Profile
  • Health Inequalities Dashboard (Office for Health Improvement and Disparities)

    This Office for Health Improvement & Disparities (OHID) tool has been developed to present evidence of health inequalities in England. Measures of inequality are provided for key indicators being used by OHID to monitor progress on reducing inequalities within England. For some indicators, inequality measures are also provided within regions, local authorities and NHS clinical commissioning groups. More local level measures will be added to the dashboard over time

    View resource
    Fingertips Profile
  • Local Health Profile (Office for Health Improvement and Disparities)

    This Office for Health Improvement & Disparities (OHID) Local Health Profile provides small area health-related data visualised in maps, charts, area profiles, and reports.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis Maps
  • Subnational indicators explorer (Office for National Statistics)

    The Subnational indicators explorer is an interactive tool that makes it easier for people to access and visualise key indicators at a local authority level. This is updated on a quarterly basis. The indicators are grouped into three categories (“boosting productivity, pay, jobs and living standards”, “spreading opportunity and improving public services” and “restoring a sense of community, local pride and belonging”) in line with the ‘Levelling Up the United Kingdom’ report. Local authority information and trends can be compared to other areas.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • How the population changed in Slough: Census 2021 (Office for National Statistics, 2023)

    A summary of how the population has changed in Slough from the 2011 census to the 2021 census. This focuses on population size, density and age.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • How the population changed in Windsor and Maidenhead: Census 2021 (Office for National Statistics, 2023)

    A summary of how the population has changed in Windsor and Maidenhead from the 2011 census to the 2021 census. This focuses on population size, density and age.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • How the population changed in Bracknell Forest: Census 2021 (Office for National Statistics, 2023)

    A summary of how the population has changed in Bracknell Forest from the 2011 census to the 2021 census. This focuses on population size, density and age.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • How life has changed in Bracknell Forest: Census 2021 (Office for National Statistics, 2023)

    A summary of how life has changed in Bracknell Forest from the 2011 census to the 2021 census. This focuses on more detailed demographic data, including age, ethnicity, country of birth, religion, disability and health, caring responsibilities, housing, employment and health.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • How life has changed in Slough: Census 2021 (Office for National Statistics, 2023)

    A summary of how life has changed in Slough from the 2011 census to the 2021 census. This focuses on more detailed demographic data, including age, ethnicity, country of birth, religion, disability and health, caring responsibilities, housing, employment and health.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • How life has changed in Windsor and Maidenhead: Census 2021 (Office for National Statistics, 2023)

    A summary of how life has changed in Windsor and Maidenhead from the 2011 census to the 2021 census. This focuses on more detailed demographic data, including age, ethnicity, country of birth, religion, disability and health, caring responsibilities, housing, employment and health.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • Census Maps (Office for National Statistics, 2022)

    This interactive mapping tool shows census 2021 data at a lower geography level (local authority and neighbourhood). This will be continually updated as more census data is released by the Office for National Statistics.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • How health has changed in your local area: 2015 to 2020 (Office for National Statistics 2022)

    This interactive tool explores how health has changed in each local authority area between 2015 and 2020, based on findings from the Health Index. The index gives every local area in England an overall health score and provides details for the individual indicators that make up this score.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • Child death review statutory guidance (GOV.UK)

    The Department of Health and Social Care and Department for Education’s statutory guidance sets out the full process that follows the death of a child who is normally resident in England for it’s death review partners.

    View resource
    Guidance and Best Practice
  • General health, England and Wales: Census 2021(Office for National Statistics, 2023)

    A summary of the latest statistics on people’s health across local authorities in England, based on Census 2021 data. This includes an interactive map showing how general health (aged-standardised) varies across local authorities in England.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • Community analysis for strategic planning (Bracknell Forest)

    A report to recognise the current issues impacting residents and business in the borough. It’s use for future strategy addressing local inequalities.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis Guidance and Best Practice
  • Bracknell Forest Story of Place

    The infographic information on Bracknell Forest summarises core data sets within a wider narrative.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis

Currently no resources for this region

  • Health in 2040: projected patterns of illness in England (Real Centre)

    A report showing the levels and types of ill health in the population expecting to change between now and 2040. This as well likely to impact on the use of NHS services. Its findings have profound implications for other public services, the labour market, and pensions policy.

    View resource
    Research and Reports
  • LG Inform

    The website contains a range of topics and readymade reports including housing, planning, building control, environment and climate change, business and the economy, children’s and adults’ social care, public health, deprivation and poverty, demographics, and the Census.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis Website of resources
  • Health in England: 2015 to 2021 (Office for National Statistics)

    Insights into England’s health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic at national, regional, and local authority level, using the Health Index. There is an interactive map to use by local authority level to view results for the Health Index and different domains and indicators within it.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • Health Profile for England 2021 (Public Health England)

    The Health Profile for England (HPfE) was first produced by Public Health England (PHE) in 2017. It brings together PHE data and knowledge with information from other sources to give a broad picture of the health of people in England today. The report has been updated annually, with content and format altering slightly each year.

    The 2021 edition of the HPfE provides a comprehensive snapshot of the nation’s health and updates many indicators presented in previous reports. It also contains a summary of the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on many aspects of health.

    View resource
    Fingertips Profile
  • Public Health Profiles (Office for Health Improvement and Disparities)

    The Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) provide a large public health data collection known as Fingertips. Data is organised into themed profiles and includes information at a national, regional and local level.

    View resource
    Fingertips Profile
  • Public Health Outcomes Framework (Office for Health Improvement and Disparities)

    The Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF) sets out a vision for public health to improve and protect the nation’s health, and improve the health of the poorest fastest. The framework includes a large number of indicators at a national, regional and local level that monitor different aspects of public health. These include overarching indicators around life expectancy, as well as more specific indicators for health improvement, health protection, healthcare, premature mortality and wider determinants of health.

    View resource
    Fingertips Profile
  • Health Equity in England: The Marmot Review 10 Years On (Institute of Health Equity, February 2020)

    The Institute of Health Equity examines progress in addressing health inequalities in England, 10 years on from the landmark study Fair Society, Healthy Lives (The Marmot Review).

    View resource
    Research and Reports
  • Segment Tool (Office for Health Improvement and Disparities)

    This Office for Health Improvement & Disparities (OHID) tool provides information on the causes of death and age groups that are driving inequalities in life expectancy at local area level. Targeting the causes of death which contribute most to the life expectancy gap should have the biggest impact on reducing inequalities.

    View resource
    Fingertips Profile
  • Health Inequalities Dashboard (Office for Health Improvement and Disparities)

    This Office for Health Improvement & Disparities (OHID) tool has been developed to present evidence of health inequalities in England. Measures of inequality are provided for key indicators being used by OHID to monitor progress on reducing inequalities within England. For some indicators, inequality measures are also provided within regions, local authorities and NHS clinical commissioning groups. More local level measures will be added to the dashboard over time

    View resource
    Fingertips Profile
  • Local Health Profile (Office for Health Improvement and Disparities)

    This Office for Health Improvement & Disparities (OHID) Local Health Profile provides small area health-related data visualised in maps, charts, area profiles, and reports.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis Maps
  • Subnational indicators explorer (Office for National Statistics)

    The Subnational indicators explorer is an interactive tool that makes it easier for people to access and visualise key indicators at a local authority level. This is updated on a quarterly basis. The indicators are grouped into three categories (“boosting productivity, pay, jobs and living standards”, “spreading opportunity and improving public services” and “restoring a sense of community, local pride and belonging”) in line with the ‘Levelling Up the United Kingdom’ report. Local authority information and trends can be compared to other areas.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • Census Maps (Office for National Statistics, 2022)

    This interactive mapping tool shows census 2021 data at a lower geography level (local authority and neighbourhood). This will be continually updated as more census data is released by the Office for National Statistics.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • How health has changed in your local area: 2015 to 2020 (Office for National Statistics 2022)

    This interactive tool explores how health has changed in each local authority area between 2015 and 2020, based on findings from the Health Index. The index gives every local area in England an overall health score and provides details for the individual indicators that make up this score.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • Child death review statutory guidance (GOV.UK)

    The Department of Health and Social Care and Department for Education’s statutory guidance sets out the full process that follows the death of a child who is normally resident in England for it’s death review partners.

    View resource
    Guidance and Best Practice
  • General health, England and Wales: Census 2021(Office for National Statistics, 2023)

    A summary of the latest statistics on people’s health across local authorities in England, based on Census 2021 data. This includes an interactive map showing how general health (aged-standardised) varies across local authorities in England.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis

Currently no resources for this region

Currently no resources for this region

  • Annual Report – Healthwatch Bracknell Forest 2022-2023

    An annual report highlighting waiting for hospital treatment, GP access work and priorities for the coming year.

    View resource
    Research and Reports
  • Berkshire Observatory for Bracknell Forest

    Data for Bracknell Forest by topic and geographical areas, including ward profiles. Comparisons to national and regional data are also provided.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • How the population changed in Bracknell Forest: Census 2021 (Office for National Statistics, 2023)

    A summary of how the population has changed in Bracknell Forest from the 2011 census to the 2021 census. This focuses on population size, density and age.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • How life has changed in Bracknell Forest: Census 2021 (Office for National Statistics, 2023)

    A summary of how life has changed in Bracknell Forest from the 2011 census to the 2021 census. This focuses on more detailed demographic data, including age, ethnicity, country of birth, religion, disability and health, caring responsibilities, housing, employment and health.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • Community analysis for strategic planning (Bracknell Forest)

    A report to recognise the current issues impacting residents and business in the borough. It’s use for future strategy addressing local inequalities.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis Guidance and Best Practice
  • Bracknell Forest Story of Place

    The infographic information on Bracknell Forest summarises core data sets within a wider narrative.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis

Currently no resources for this region

  • Annual Report – Healthwatch Slough 2022-2023

    An annual report highlighting waiting for hospital treatment, GP access work and priorities for the coming year.

    View resource
    Research and Reports
  • Berkshire Observatory for Slough

    Data for Slough by topic and geographical areas, including ward profiles. Comparisons to national and regional data are also provided.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • How the population changed in Slough: Census 2021 (Office for National Statistics, 2023)

    A summary of how the population has changed in Slough from the 2011 census to the 2021 census. This focuses on population size, density and age.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • How life has changed in Slough: Census 2021 (Office for National Statistics, 2023)

    A summary of how life has changed in Slough from the 2011 census to the 2021 census. This focuses on more detailed demographic data, including age, ethnicity, country of birth, religion, disability and health, caring responsibilities, housing, employment and health.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis

Currently no resources for this region

  • Annual Report – Healthwatch Windsor, Ascot & Maidenhead 2022-2023

    An annual report highlighting waiting for hospital treatment, GP access work and priorities for the coming year.

    View resource
    Research and Reports
  • Berkshire Observatory for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

    Data for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead by topic and geographical areas, including ward profiles. Comparisons to national and regional data are also provided.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • RBWM Places: Ascot Population Profile (Berkshire East Public Health Hub, May 2022)

    This Population Profile provides a high-level summary of the demography and health of people living in Ascot. These areas have been compared against the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead (RBWM) and Frimley Integrated Care System (ICS) to provide further context. Produced by the Berkshire East Public Health Hub in May 2022).

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • RBWM Places: Maidenhead Town Centre and Maidenhead Population Profile (Berkshire East Public Health Hub, May 2022)

    This Population Profile provides a high-level summary of the demography and health of people living in Maidenhead Town Centre and Maidenhead. These areas have been compared against the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead (RBWM) and Frimley Integrated Care System (ICS) to provide further context. Produced by the Berkshire East Public Health Hub in May 2022).

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • RBWM Places: Windsor Population Profile (Berkshire East Public Health Hub, May 2022)

    This Population Profile provides a high-level summary of the demography and health of people living in Windsor. This has been compared against the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead (RBWM) and Frimley Integrated Care System (ICS) to provide further context.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • How the population changed in Windsor and Maidenhead: Census 2021 (Office for National Statistics, 2023)

    A summary of how the population has changed in Windsor and Maidenhead from the 2011 census to the 2021 census. This focuses on population size, density and age.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis
  • How life has changed in Windsor and Maidenhead: Census 2021 (Office for National Statistics, 2023)

    A summary of how life has changed in Windsor and Maidenhead from the 2011 census to the 2021 census. This focuses on more detailed demographic data, including age, ethnicity, country of birth, religion, disability and health, caring responsibilities, housing, employment and health.

    View resource
    Data and Analysis

Currently no resources for this region

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