Data and Intelligence - HWIE HUB
Included within this section are health and wellbeing sources of intelligence regarding the children and young people that live in Plymouth.
Director of Public Health Annual Report
Each year the Director of Public Health publishes a report on their chosen topic. This particular report, is a review of year four of the Thrive Plymouth programme alongside a report on the changes in life expectancy which have been noted in recent data.
Plymouth Neighbourhood Profiles
Local area profiles have been produced by our Public Health Team using data available from within the Council and from nationally published sources. They are useful in understanding the area itself and how it compares with the city as a whole.
|Public Health Child Health Profiles 2019 (Plymouth)|
This profile provides a snapshot of child health in Plymouth.
Public Health England Local Authority Health Profile 2019 (Plymouth)
This profile gives a picture of people's health in Plymouth. It is designed to act as a 'conversation starter', to help local government and health services understand their community's needs, so that they can work together to improve people's health and reduce health inequalities.
Plymouth City Survey 2020 - Full report
The Plymouth city survey represents the findings of a resident survey that was sent to households across the authority area to capture an insight into residents' perceptions and feelings about the city, their community and their life.
Plymouth Health Data website
Many different data sets are summarised on this website.
The Plymouth Report
The Plymouth Report provides an overview of the key needs and issues facing the city, with an accompanying narrative about the shared challenges and opportunities it faces in its aspiration to become one of Europe's most vibrant waterfront cities where an outstanding quality of life is enjoyed by everyone.
Young People in Plymouth Schools Survey
A summary of the Health Related Behaviour Survey. This report presents a summary of the results of the health-related behaviour survey carried out during the Spring and Summer terms of 2018. This follows similar exercises in 2014 and 2016.
'Fingertips' Child and Maternal Health (Chi-Mat)
Thrive Plymouth is a 10-year programme to improve health and wellbeing in Plymouth and narrow the gap in health status between people in the city. Its objective is to generate collective action for social change around the main lifestyle choices that determine health and wellbeing. If we are free from tobacco, drink less alcohol, are physically active and eat healthily - we will feel better now and live longer, healthier lives.
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This page was last updated on 15 February 2022