Welcome to the East Sussex Joint Strategic Needs Assessment website.
The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is a process that identifies the future health and wellbeing needs of the people of East Sussex.
This website provides a central JSNA resource of local and national information for those who commission, provide or use health and social care
services in East Sussex.
- Subscribe to a monthly email update alerting you to new content added to the site, May 2013
- Overview - Update of Public Health Outcome Framework Profile for East Sussex, May 2013
- Local briefing - Breastfeeding at 6-8 weeks in East Sussex 2011/12, November 2012 (added in May 2013)
- National Profile - NHS Atlas' of Variation in Healthcare, Diabetes, Kidney Disease, Liver Disease & Respiratory Disease, April 2013
- National Profile - Gynaecological Cancer Profiles, April 2013
- National Profile - Interactive Health Atlas for Lung Conditions in England (INHALE), April 2013
- National Profile - Mental Health Hospital Admissions by Diagnosis, April 2013
- National Profile - JSNA Support Materials on Drugs and Alcohol, April 2013
Needs Profiles draw together information from national profiles, local indicator scorecards and Director of Public Health Annual Reports to identify issues and health needs for each area.
Specific comprehensive needs assessments help to support the development of joint commissioning strategies and other plans.
Reports from the Director of Public Health on the Health of the Population of East Sussex. The latest report focuses on Health and Well-being in East Sussex.
The indicator scorecards and commentaries are key resources for the JSNA in East Sussex. They group over 200 indicators from three perspectives or views: NHS, Local Authority, and Children's Services views.
National Profiles on a wide range of topics that provide local data benchmarked against regional and national comparators.
Evidence developed both locally and nationally to help provide the evidence base for improving the health of the population in East Sussex.