Rutland's Public Health Outcomes Framework
The Public Health Outcomes Framework sets out a vision for public health, desired outcomes and the indicators that will help us understand how public health is being improved and protected.
The Public Health Outcomes Framework concentrates on two-high level outcomes to be achieved across the public health system, and groups further indicators into four 'domains' that cover the full spectrum of public health. The outcomes reflect a focus not only on how long people live, but on how well they live at all stages of life.
Latest Rutland Public Health Outcome Framework
The latest updates can be found in the following Tableau Dashboard:
What's new in the tool in May 2017?
- Two new indicators for BCG vaccination coverage for areas offering universal BCG (3.03ii) and HPV vaccination coverage for two doses (females 13-14 years old) (3.03xvi)
- Updates to 25 indicators and sub-indicators including 0.2i – Slope index of Inequality in life expectancy at birth, 0.2v – Slope index of Inequality in healthy life expectancy at birth, utilisation of outdoor space for exercise/health reasons (1.16), and cancer diagnosed at early stage (2.19).
- Changes to 18 indicators to take account of revisions to the underlying data or changes in methods. This includes a change in the data source for 1.11 – Domestic abuse related incidents and crimes – current method (this data is not comparable with the previous data source, although this is also presented), and a change in calculation method with revised backdated data for 0.2i, 0.2ii, 0.2iii & 0.2vii –slope index of inequality in life expectancy, 0.2v – slope index of inequality in healthy life expectancy, 1.12i - Violent crime (including sexual violence) - hospital admissions for violence and 2.24 - Injuries due to falls in people aged 65 and over.