Health & wellbeing Overview
The Health and Wellbeing Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) provides a summary of the current and future health and wellbeing needs of people in Wiltshire. It builds on previous JSNAs to provide a comprehensive picture of the health and wellbeing needs of Wiltshire using a broad range of indicators presented in accessible format for all parties to use.
3 Reports have been developed to provide a broader contextual narrative on young peoples’ health, older peoples’ health and an overarching health and wellbeing report. All three reports will be available from icons below.
The JSNA brings together information on all these areas, from health and social care needs to wider factors affecting the wellbeing of our community. For example, there are indicators covering prevalence of disease, mental health, exercise, diet, immunisations, fuel poverty, welfare and education.
The Wiltshire Health and Wellbeing Board has responsibility for the development of the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy. This assessment will be a key document in guiding the Board’s work and supporting the further delivery of the strategy.
Navigating Health & Wellbeing Joint Strategic Needs Assessment
This 7th edition of the JSNA has a number of products. At the JSNA’s core are 5 data packs. In total these data packs contain over 100 indicators. To summarise the data packs there are 5 infographic slide sets which have been created to highlight some of the key indicators from each chapter. These data packs and slide sets are themed into the following chapters;