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JSNA Hull Atlas


Help

A brief summary of how to use the JSNA Hull Atlas is found in the JSNA Hull Atlas Help File.


Background

The JSNA Hull Atlas displays information at ward level for the following topics (see below for more details of each indicator for these topics):

There is also an information page for the indicators that is available within the JSNA Hull Atlas (click on the 'page' icon beside indicator - see JSNA Hull Atlas Help for more explanation on how to use the mapping tool) which gives further details of the indicators, including the question asked if the indicator is from one of the local Surveys. Another information page is available for each of the wards (accessed through the 'page' icon beside the name of the ward). See Geographical Area for more information about wards and the seven Area Committee Areas (often abbreviated to Areas) used by Hull City Council.

The JSNA Hull Atlas is an interactive mapping resource. Information is presented at ward level on a map showing wards with the lowest and highest values of the indicator. Data can also be presented in tables or as trend lines (depending on the format or display being chosen) for the seven Hull City Council Area Committee Areas (see Geographical Area for more information) and for the least and most deprived fifth of areas across Hull (see Deprivation for more information). The overall level for Hull is also illustrated.

It is possible to display different types of data in different ways in the JSNA Hull Atlas. The trends over time are also presented for some of the indicators (where data is available). Another way is to present the two indicators simultaneously. For example, examine the prevalence of smoking at ward level plotted against the prevalence of excessive alcohol consumption. However, it should be noted that any observed pattern or association is not necessarily causal (see Statistical Presentation for more information).

It is only possible to present certain data and indicators at ward level as the numbers are too low to be statistically robust for many indicators (see discussion of problem of small numbers in topic-specific Hull JSNA Toolkit reports and Glossary).

The initial map for each set of data listed above is for the first indicator, and it is necessary to select 'Data' to change the indicator. The colours on the map or number of comparison groups can be changed. The layout of information on the screen can also be changed, and saved as a picture file or printed. A brief summary of how to use the JSNA Hull Atlas is found in the JSNA Hull Atlas Help file.

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Life Expectancy and Standardised Mortality Ratios (SMRs)

The Life Expectancy and Standardised Mortality Ratios (SMRs) JSNA Hull Atlas includes the following indicators:

  • Life expectancy at birth
  • All-cause mortality under 75 SMRs
  • Respiratory diseases under 75 SMRs
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease under 75 SMRs
  • Circulatory diseases under 75 SMRs
  • Coronary heart disease under 75 SMRs
  • Stroke under 75 SMRs
  • All cancers combined under 75 SMRs
  • Lung cancer under 75 SMRs

More information on life expectancy and SMRs are given in Hull JSNA Toolkit: Life Expectancy and Hull JSNA Toolkit: Mortality respectively. For an explanation, see Hull JSNA Toolkit: Life Expectancy, Hull JSNA Toolkit: Mortality, Glossary or document about Standardisation. See also Life Expectancy and Mortality.

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Information from 2011 census

The Census JSNA Hull Atlas includes the following indicators from the 2011 census:

  • Total resident population by age
  • Percentage of resident population by age
  • Communal establishments and resident populations
  • Population density
  • Total resident population by age from GP registration file*
  • Population difference – resident population estimate from GP registration file minus Census population estimates*
  • Marital status
  • Ethnicity
  • Main language spoken
  • Main language spoken detailed categories
  • Proficiency in English
  • Religion
  • Adult life stage
  • Socio-economic classification
  • Highest qualification and students
  • Employment status and hours worked for males
  • Employment status and hours worked for females
  • Employment status and hours worked for persons
  • Usual method to travel to work
  • Health, limiting long-term illness or disability and unpaid care
  • Total number of households
  • Type of dwelling
  • Tenure
  • Central heating
  • Overcrowding
  • Access to car or van
  • Household composition
  • Lone parents with dependent children and their employment
  • Approximated social grade
  • Household deprivation

*Not from Census.

The information displayed varies, but it is usually the total numbers or the percentages with a particular characteristic.

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Indicators from Public Health Outcomes Framework

The Public Health Outcomes Framework JSNA Hull Atlas includes the following indicators:

  • 0.1 Life expectancy at birth
  • 1.01 Children in poverty
  • 1.03 Pupil absence
  • 1.12i Violent crime (including sexual violence) - hospital admissions for violence
  • 2.04 Under 18 conceptions
  • 2.06 Excess weight in 4-5 and 10-11 year olds
  • 2.07 Hospital admissions caused by unintentional and deliberate injuries in children
  • 2.14 Smoking prevalence of adults (over 18s)
  • 2.17 Recorded diabetes
  • 2.24 Injuries due to falls in people aged 65 and over
  • 3.03iii Population vaccination coverage - diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis / inactivated polio vaccine / haemophilus influenzae type b vaccine uptake (1 year old)
  • 3.03iv Population vaccination coverage - Meningococcal C (MenC) uptake (1 year old)
  • 3.03v Population vaccination coverage - pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) uptake (1 year old)
  • 3.03vi Population vaccination coverage - Haemophilus influenzae type b / Meningitis C (Hib/MenC) booster uptake (2 year old)
  • 3.03vii Population vaccination coverage - pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) booster uptake (2 year old)
  • 3.03viii Population vaccination coverage - measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) uptake - one dose (2 years old)
  • 3.03x Population vaccination coverage - measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) uptake - two doses (5 years old)
  • 4.03 Mortality rate from causes considered preventable
  • 4.04i Under 75 mortality rate from all cardiovascular diseases
  • 4.04ii Under 75 mortality rate from cardiovascular diseases considered preventable
  • 4.05i Under 75 mortality rate from cancer
  • 4.05ii Under 75 mortality rate from cancer considered preventable
  • 4.06i Under 75 mortality rate from liver disease
  • 4.06ii Under 75 mortality rate from liver disease considered preventable
  • 4.07i Under 75 mortality rate from respiratory disease
  • 4.07ii Under 75 mortality rate from respiratory disease considered preventable
  • 4.08 Mortality from communicable diseases
  • 4.14 Hip fractures in people aged 65 and over

The information displayed varies, but it is usually a percentage or a rate per 10,000 or rate per 100,000 population with a particular characteristic.

For more information about the Public Health Outcomes Framework, and local analysis of the outcomes, see Public Health Outcomes Framework.

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Health Status and Lifestyle and Behaviour Risk Factors from Surveys

The Lifestyle and Behavioural Risk Factors JSNA Hull Atlas includes the following indicators:

  • Carer
  • Cares for 20 or more hours per week
  • Not seen a dentist within last two years
  • Healthy Foundations types:
    • Health Conscious Realists
    • Balanced Compensators
    • Live for Todays
    • Hedonistic Immortals
    • Unconfident Fatalists
  • Household income less than £10,000 per adult
  • Health status poor
  • Long-term illness and disability that limits daily activity
  • Registered disabled
  • Health thermometer 0-70 poor
  • Mental Health Index 0-60 poor
  • Moderate or large amount of stress or pressure within last year
  • Overweight or obese (BMI 25+)
  • Obese (BMI 30+)
  • Excessive weekly alcohol units (21+ males / 14+ females)
  • Binge drinking weekly (8+ males / 6+ females units on single day)
  • Excessive weekly alcohol and/or binge drinking
  • Insufficient exercise (not 5+ sessions of 30+ minutes of moderate/vigorous exercise weekly)
  • Never exercises for 30 minutes or more (light, moderate or vigorous exercise)
  • Currently smokes
  • Heavy smoker – 20+ cigarettes daily (out of those who currently smoke)
  • Doesn't eat healthy diet or does not know what a healthy diet is
  • Does not eat five or more portions of fruit and vegetables daily

The information displayed is the age-sex standardised percentage of the survey responders with a particular characteristic. See Standardisation or Glossary for more information about standardisation.

More information is available about the local surveys including the questionnaires is within Adult Health and Lifestyle Surveys.

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Social Capital Measures from Surveys

Social capital examines feelings of safety when walking around after dark in the community, civic engagement, neighbourliness, social networks and social support.

The Social Capital JSNA Hull Atlas includes the following indicators:

  • Disagree that a person can live healthily in local area
  • Dissatisfied with local area
  • Dissatisfied with open space in local area
  • Dissatisfied with street appearance in local area
  • Dissatisfied with traffic in local area
  • Dissatisfied with parking in local area
  • Dissatisfied with anti-social behaviour and crime in local area
  • Graffiti and vandalism is a problem in local area
  • Verbal or physical threat or aggression is a problem in local area
  • Crime is a problem in local area
  • Feels unsafe in own home in local area
  • Feels unsafe walking alone during daytime in local area
  • Feels unsafe walking alone after dark in local area
  • Not informed about local decisions (don't know)
  • Cannot influence local decisions (or don't know)
  • Member of local organisations within last 3 years
  • Lack of trust of people in your neighbourhood
  • Lack of trust of local police
  • Lack of trust of local health services
  • Lack of trust of local schools
  • Lack of trust of local council
  • Lack of trust of neighbours
  • Lack of trust of friends
  • Lack of trust of family
  • Feel neighbours do not look out for one another
  • Speaks rarely to non-household family
  • Speaks rarely to non-household friends
  • Speaks rarely to neighbours
  • Speaks rarely to any of non-household family, friends and neighbours
  • Communicates rarely electronically
  • No non-household friends or family nearby that person feels close to
  • No-one to help if ill in bed
  • None or few people only to call upon in a serious crisis for comfort and support

The information displayed is the age-sex standardised percentage of the survey responders with a particular characteristic. See Standardisation or Glossary for more information about standardisation.

For more information about social capital and the surveys including the questionnaires, see Social Capital.

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Hospital Admissions

The Hospital Admissions JSNA Hull Atlas includes the following indicators:

  • Hospital admission rate
  • Elective hospital admission rate
  • Non-elective hospital admission rate
  • Percentage of non-elective admissions out of elective and non-elective total
  • Cardiovascular hospital admission rate
  • Cardiovascular elective admission rate
  • Cardiovascular non-elective admission rate
  • Percentage of non-elective admissions out of elective and non-elective total
  • Coronary heart disease hospital admission rate
  • Coronary heart disease elective hospital admission rate
  • Coronary heart disease non-elective hospital admission rate
  • Percentage of non-elective admissions out of elective and non-elective total
  • Heart failure hospital admission rate
  • Atrial fibrillation hospital admission rate
  • Stroke hospital admission rate
  • Cancer hospital admission rate
  • Cancer elective hospital admission rate
  • Cancer non-elective hospital admission rate
  • Percentage of non-elective admissions out of elective and non-elective total
  • Digestive disease hospital admission rate
  • Digestive disease elective hospital admission rate
  • Digestive disease non-elective hospital admission rate
  • Percentage of non-elective admissions out of elective and non-elective total
  • Liver disease hospital admission rate
  • Respiratory disease hospital admission rate
  • Respiratory disease elective hospital admission rate
  • Respiratory disease non-elective hospital admission rate
  • Percentage of non-elective admissions out of elective and non-elective total
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease hospital admission rate
  • Hip fracture hospital admission rate
  • Maternity hospital admission rate
  • Cardiovascular angiography rate
  • Cardiovascular revascularisation rate
  • Cataract surgery rate
  • Primary hip replacement surgery rate
  • Primary knee replacement surgery rate
  • Lower limb amputation rate among people with diabetes

The average annual number of admissions per 100,000 resident population are presented.

For more information about the hospital admission rates including admissions by GP practice, see the topic-specific Hull JSNA Toolkit reports. For an explanation of the terms used to describe hospital admissions (such as elective, clinical episodes, etc), see Hull JSNA Toolkit: Inpatient Hospital Admissions or Glossary.

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Deprivation and Crime

The Deprivation and Crime JSNA Hull Atlas includes the following indicators:

  • Index of Multiple Deprivation
  • Child poverty
  • Working age benefits
  • Pension Credit
  • Crime rates
  • After tax income per adult less than £10,000 per annum

The information displayed varies. The Index of Multiple Deprivation and constituent domains are presented as scores as well as ranks (out of all wards in England), crime rates are presented per 1,000 population, other indicators are percentages with a particular characteristic.

For more information, see Hull JSNA Toolkit: Deprivation and Associated Measures. For more information about deprivation, see also Deprivation.

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