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Rutland's Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)

Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) analyses the health needs of populations. This informs and guides the commissioning of health, well-being and social care services. The JSNA also underpins health and well-being strategies.

JSNA is produced to help improve the physical and mental health and well-being of individuals and communities.

2015 JSNA

As agreed by the Rutland's Health & Wellbeing Board in February 2015, as part of the 2015 JSNA refresh a series of online data dashboards and written documents will be created. This approach will enable to make clear, evidence based decisions. The overall JSNA will include:

  • overview document;
  • online tableau data; and
  • detailed chapters covering specific themes.

Data dashboards

Online data dashboards were developed to cover 7 different topic areas, including: background and demography; giving children the best start in life; health and wellbeing of adults; issues specific to ageing; mental health; physical and sensory disability; and learning disabilities. Summary infographics were also produced.

The original data dashboards can be accessed below:

Data dashboards updates

Data in the JSNA Core Data Set dashboards will be updated throughout the 3-year JSNA cycle. The last update was December 2015 and the latest versions can be found below.

Previous JSNAs

The 2012 JSNA for Rutland is available at the link below:

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