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This archive contains a variety of documents that have been previously been published, but replaced or updated.

 

2012 mid year estimates of population briefing note

Date Added: 09/08/2013
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2012 mid year estimates of population briefing note

The 2012 Mid-year population estimate for West Sussex was 815,100. This is a 0.8% increase from the previous year, caused by inward migration and to some extent a higher number of births than deaths.

This briefing outlines the key features of the 2012 population estimate including total population estimate and breakdown by 5-year age groups. Comparison between the 2011 and 2012 population estimates shows the changes in the number of births, death and net migration over that time period.

Download: 2012 mid year estimates of population briefing note

West Sussex JSNA 2010 high level summary

Date Added: 17/07/2012
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West Sussex JSNA 2010 high level summary

This report reviews the issues raised in the 2008 report and looks at the work done to address them as well as emerging issues.

Long-term issues such as an increasing ageing population are not expected to change much but have been included as it is a central issue for West Sussex.

Broad topics included in this report include health inequalities, promoting health living, children and young people, working age and employment, causes of ill health and mortality,
healthy and sustainable communities.

Download: West Sussex JSNA 2010 high level summary

Tackling child poverty Director of Public Health Annual Report 2011

Date Added: 2011
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Tackling child poverty Director of Public Health Annual Report 2011

Tackling child poverty is a key strand of the ‘Think Family’ approach developed by West Sussex Co-operative and the Children’s Trust,
set out in the Children and Young People’s Plan.

This framework sets out the issues for West Sussex with recommendations for actions to be taken across organisations to reduce the numbers of children living in poverty and mitigate the impact poverty has on our children in West Sussex.

The Report covers:

1. Number of children living in poverty

2. Risk factors for child poverty

3. Drivers of child poverty

4. The impact of child poverty

5. Commissioning Challenges

Download: Tackling child poverty Director of Public Health Annual Report 2011

A Fair Old Age – Director of Public Health Annual Report

Date Added: 2010
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A Fair Old Age - Director of Public Health Annual Report

An increasing older population will have an effect on health and social care provision.

This report looks at the implications of older people living independently through the support of primary care, carers and hospital inpatient services.

The report covers:-

1. Health and social care in later life

2. Independence at home with self-care

3. Maintaining independence with support

4. Depending on care homes

5. Depending on hospital care

6. Commissioning challenges

Download: A Fair Old Age - Director of Public Health Annual Report

ONS census output 2012

Date Added: 05/04/2012
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ONS census output 2012

Census 2011 data will be released in 4 stages between July 2012 and October 2013.

Please see the link below for further information on census output release dates.

The prospectus table and schedule on the bottom right hand corner of the link has further details on the data that will be released.

Download: ONS census output 2012

Lifestyles of 14 to 15 year olds 2010

Date Added: 17/10/2012
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Lifestyles of 14 to 15 year olds 2010

Second in the series of surveys carried out on Year 10 pupils, which provides an overview of the health and wellbeing of young people in West Sussex.

The report provides information on demographics, lifestyles, high-risk behaviours and attitudes and beliefs of pupils in West Sussex.

The survey took place in the summer of 2009 with 21 schools participating ( representing the views of 3,375 pupils).

Download: Lifestyles of 14 to 15 year olds 2010

Child Poverty – data briefing 2012

Date Added: 17/10/2012
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Child Poverty - data briefing 2012

This report highlights the key issues from the child poverty figures for 2010 as released from the HMRC.

Between 2009 and 2010, child poverty has fallen for all local authorities in West Sussex which is reflective of the fall in national median income.

Crawley reported the highest level of child poverty (18.9%) while Mid Sussex has the lowest level of
child poverty (8.2%). Tables of child poverty levels between 2006-2010 as well as a map of child poverty
levels in West Sussex (at LSOA level) have been included in this report.

Download: Child Poverty - data briefing 2012

Indices of multiple deprivation (IMD) 2010 West Sussex- data briefing

Date Added: 05/07/2012
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Indices of multiple deprivation (IMD) 2010 West Sussex- data briefing

This report highlights the relative level of deprivation in West Sussex at
lower super output area (LSOA) level as well as ward level.

Look out for:-

1.Relative ranking of overall deprivation and each indicator

2. Relative ranking for income deprivation for children and older people

The index of multiple deprivation (IMD) 2010 is the third publication in the series that measures deprivation at LSOA level. Deprivation score is based on a number of domains based on economic, social and housing issues.

Download: Indices of multiple deprivation (IMD) 2010 West Sussex- data briefing