Hull Public Health 

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Welcome

Welcome to the Hull Public Health website. All the public domain reports, analyses and resources produced by the Hull Public Health Intelligence team are available here to download. The website will be updated regularly as resources are created or updated. We hope you find the site easy to use, and that you are able to find the resources you are seeking. If you have any comments about the website or contents, or you are unable to find the particular resources you are looking for, please contact us.


What's new

Public Health Profiles for Hull wards 2020

The ward-level Public Health Profiles for Hull were updated in February 2020, populated with the latest available data. This includes results from the 2019 health and wellbeing survey in Hull, the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2019 and the most recent (2018) mid-year population estimates from the Office for National Statistics. Ward profiles are available for each of the 21 wards in Hull, as well as for the seven Area Committee Areas, North, East and West Hull, Hull overall and deprivation fifths, and can be accessed here.

Adult Health and Wellbeing Survey 2019

A range of summary reports covering most of the topics asked about in the 2019 Health and Wellbeing Survey, in which more than 4,000 residents of Hull took part, have been produced. They cover topics such as smoking and vaping, alcohol and drug use, loneliness and social isolation, financial resilience and gambling.

All eleven topic specific summary reports are available on the adult surveys page.

National Child Measurement Programme 2018/19

The latest detailed summary report of execess weight among chlldren aged 4/5 year and 10/11 years in Hull using data from the 2018/19 National Child Measurement Programmes is available to download here.

Director of Public Health Annual Report 2019

Golden Years - Healthier Longer Lives in Hull is the title of the recently published 2019 Annual Report of the Director of Public Health (DPH) for Hull.  This year's report concentrates on population health approaches to understanding and addressing inequalities in life expectancy and healthy life expectancy.

This and previous DPH annual reports may be downloaded from the DPH annual report page.

Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2019

The latest Index of Multiple Deprivation was released in September 2019. A local analysis for Hull has been produced and is available to view or download here.

2019 Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) Summary

The latest Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) summary, dated October 2019, is available to view or download here, together with very brief summaries of 100 words, one page, two pages, three pages and four pages.

Latest release of Public Health Outcomes Framework

The February 2019 data releases for the Public Health Outcomes Framework from the Fingertips tool of Public Health England have been incorporated into the local analyses produced by the Hull Public Health Sciences team. All the local analyses of the Public Health Outcomes Framwework indicators may be found here.

Director of Public Health Annual Report 2018

A step change for children's health in Hull is the title of the recently published 2018 Annual Report of the Director of Public Health (DPH) for Hull.  This year's report is a call to action on childhood obesity, and outlines the Whole Systms Approach being taken in Hull to tackle this issue.

This and previous DPH annual reports may be downloaded from the DPH annual report page.

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How to find information/data/resources

The drop down menu at the top of each page enables you to navigate to any page on the website. Within each page there is a menu on the left hand side of the page which enables you to navigate to the sections within that specific page.

A comprehensive A to Z listing of available resources may be found by clicking on Find Resources under the Find It tab on the drop down menu at the top of the page, or by clicking here.

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