Adult services and health
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment
The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) identifies the key issues affecting the health and wellbeing of local people, both now and in the future.
This ongoing process includes reviewing a wide range of information and data, as well as service user and community views.
The JSNA provides a basis for the development of a Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy, which is aimed at addressing the key health and wellbeing need, and also provides a reference point for all those working to improve health and reduce inequalities.
Statement of Need
The statement of need provides a summary of the process which Liverpool has adopted for a JSNA, the issues considered and the health and wellbeing priorities agreed by the Health and Wellbeing Board.
These priorities will inform the development of the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy and will cover a three year period.
Topic Reports and Health Needs Assessments
The Statement of Need is underpinned by a series of themed reports and more detailed Health Needs Assessments (HNAs), where each topic is considered in-depth looking at issues of need, inequalities and local action and policy context. Having separate topic reports allows us to refresh our understanding of issues as and when the local picture changes, rather than at a set point in time. These updates could be through receiving new data or intelligence, changes to local services or new national priorities / areas of focus.
- Conception to first 1,000 days HNA
- Readiness for early learning and school HNA
- Pre Adolescence HNA
- Young people aged 16 to 19 years HNA
- Respiratory Disease HNA
- Hypertension HNA
- Cancer HNA
- Safeguarding Children HNA
- Military Veterans HNA
- Older Person HNA
- Dental Health HNA
- Homelessness HNA
- Asylum Seekers HNA
- Alcohol HNA
- Dementia HNA
- Liverpool Compendium of Health Statistics
- Adult carers
- Economic wellbeing
- Emotional health and wellbeing
- End of life
- Families at risk
- Healthy weight
- Housing and homelessness
- Healthy weight and physical activity
- Looked after children
- Mental health
- Multiple health needs
- People with learning disabilities
- Sexual health
- Special educational needs and disabilities
- Substance misuse
- Teenage pregnancies
- Transport and travel
- Young people who are carers
Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group Business Intelligence Team and Liverpool City Council Public Health Epidemiology Team have jointly produced 12 GP Neighbourhood profiles to support neighbourhoods in understanding health inequalities that may exist for their population and subsequently how they may want to configure services around patients.
Each profile contains information on patient population, service provision of practices, physical assets, disease prevalence and co-morbidities, risk factors and determinants of health.
- Childwall and Wavertree
- City Centre
- Croxteth and Norris Green
- Everton and Anfield
- Speke and Belle Vale
- Woolton, Aigburth, Garston, Gateacre and Allerton
- West Derby
The JSNA is an ongoing process. If you have any comments on the information available, or would like to work with us to develop these or other reports further please contact us.