Hull Public Health 

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Index List: J-L


Job-Seekers Allowance

– see Deprivation

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Job Types

Information on the labour market including job types is given in Hull JSNA Toolkit: Deprivation and Associated Measures. Employment status is also given in Hull JSNA Toolkit: Deprivation and Associated Measuresfrom the Department of Works and Pensions, and employment status was collected as part of the local Surveys.

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Job Vacancies

Information on the labour market including numbers of job vacancies is given in Hull JSNA Toolkit: Deprivation and Associated Measures.

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Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)

See What is a JSNA? to find out more information. Various 'JSNA products' have been produced to help understand the health needs of the population of Hull.

The (main) JSNA is a 'summary' document of approximately 100 pages.

The JSNA Toolkit is a detailed set of 41 documents, covering a range of health-related topics, as well as demography, deprivation, and life stage. Detailed contents and index pages for searching these documents are availabel.

JSNA Ward Profiles have been produced which summarise population, deprivation, prevalence of lifestyle risk factors and mortality for each of Hull's 23 wards with two pages assigned to each ward. Information on each of the seven Area Committee Areas (comprising three to four wards) is also provided within the document.

Further information is available at ward level within JSNA Hull Atlas.

Short JSNA Summaries about the health in Hull have been produced which range from one paragraph to two or three pages.

A JSNA GP Practice Profile has been produced which summaries a range of statistics (population, health status based on geo-demographic segmentation, and disease prevalence information from the Quality and Outcomes Framework). A 4-page document was produced for each practice in October 2011.

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JSNA / Joint Strategic Needs Assessment

See What is a JSNA? to find out more information. Various 'JSNA products' have been produced to help understand the health needs of the population of Hull.

The (main) JSNA is a 'summary' document of approximately 100 pages.

The JSNA Toolkit is a detailed set of 41 documents, covering a range of health-related topics, as well as demography, deprivation, and life stage. Detailed contents and index pages for searching these documents are availabel.

JSNA Ward Profiles have been produced which summarise population, deprivation, prevalence of lifestyle risk factors and mortality for each of Hull's 23 wards with two pages assigned to each ward. Information on each of the seven Area Committee Areas (comprising three to four wards) is also provided within the document.

Further information is available at ward level within JSNA Hull Atlas.

Short JSNA Summaries about the health in Hull have been produced which range from one paragraph to two or three pages.

A JSNA GP Practice Profile has been produced which summaries a range of statistics (population, health status based on geo-demographic segmentation, and disease prevalence information from the Quality and Outcomes Framework). A 4-page document was produced for each practice in October 2011.

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Knowledge of National Alcohol Guidelines

– see Alcohol

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Labour Market

Information on the labour market including earnings including unemployment, benefit claimants, qualifications, employment groupings, earnings and sickness absence rates are given in Hull JSNA Toolkit: Deprivation and Associated Measures.

Employment status is also given in Hull JSNA Toolkit: Deprivation and Associated Measuresfrom the Department of Works and Pensions, and employment status was collected as part of the local Surveys. The prevalence of risk factors, such as 5-A-DAY, alcohol consumption, physical activity, obesity, and smoking are also given in relation to employment status within the JSNA Toolkit.

There are a number of indicators associated with the labour market within the Public Health Outcomes Framework and further analysis is given within the Public Health Outcomes Framework Main Report (to open this report on a particular PHOF indicator, click here) and Public Health Outcomes Framework Summary. They include the percentage of 16-18 year olds not in education, employment or training (NEETs), gap in employment rates between those with a long-term health condition and the general population, gap in employment rates between those with a learning disability and the general population, and sickness absence rates.

Socio-economic classification, employment status and number of hours worked, usual method to travel to work, lone parents with dependent children and their employment, and approximated social grade are given at ward level from the 2011 Census in the JSNA Hull Atlas.

Survey responders in the 2009 Social Capital Survey and 2011-12 and 2007 Health and Lifestyle Surveys were asked about their qualifications and household income. Not everybody wanted to or could answer the income question, so the responses could be biased, but the information is included within the survey reports:

Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2011-12 Main Report
BME Health and Lifestyle Survey 2011-12 Main Report
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2007 Main Report
BME Health and Lifestyle Survey 2007 Main Report
Social Capital Survey 2009 Main Report

The Humber Data Observatory have completed ward profiles for each ward in Hull (and the Humber). These profiles include information on the labour market.

Figures on the number of benefit claimants are available from the Department for Work and Pensions, and are presented within Hull JSNA Toolkit: Deprivation and Associated Measures which include those claiming benefits because they are unable to work or are unemployed, and information on the numbers of claimants by age (18-24, 25-49 and 40-64 years) and length of time out of work (up to 6 months, over 6 months and up to one year and over one year).

For associated information, see Deprivation.

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Land Use

– see Environmental Factors and Housing

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Language

Fluency in English as well as language spoken at home was collected as part of the recent Adult Health and Lifestyle Surveys. The results are summarised within the JSNA Toolkit with more detailed analysis within the survey reports:

Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2011-12 Main Report
BME Health and Lifestyle Survey 2011-12 Main Report
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2007 Main Report
BME Health and Lifestyle Survey 2007 Main Report
Gypsy and Traveller Health and Lifestyle Survey 2007 Main Report

Ward level data from the 2011 Census is available in the JSNA Hull Atlas in relation to main language spoken and proficiency in English.

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Learning Disabilities

The prevalence and modelled prevalence for each general practice are given in Hull JSNA Toolkit: Mental Health and Learning Disabilities and Hull JSNA Toolkit: General Health, Disabilities, Caring and Use of Healthcare Services. The prevalence is also given in relation to deprivation, as well as information on expenditure. The Hull JSNA Toolkit: Mental Health and Learning Disabilities and Hull JSNA Toolkit: General Health, Disabilities, Caring and Use of Healthcare Services also gives the predicted numbers requiring social care for learning disabilities for 2015, 2020, 2025 and 2030 among Hull residents aged 18-64 years.

The Projecting Older People Population Information (POPPI) System provides population projections for people aged 65+ years for 2011, 2015, 2020, 2025 and 2030. It provides estimates of the number of people aged 65+ years in Hull predicted to have learning disabilities. These estimates are available in Hull JSNA Toolkit: Mental Health and Learning Disabilities, Hull JSNA Toolkit: General Health, Disabilities, Caring and Use of Healthcare Services and Hull JSNA Toolkit: Older People.

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Learning Disabled Living in Own Home

– see Environmental Factors and Housing

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Life Expectancy

- see Life Expectancy

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Limiting Long-term Illness or Disability (LLI)

The percentage of Hull adults and young people with long-term illnesses or disabilities which limit their daily living, and percentages by deprivation are summarised within Hull JSNA Toolkit: General Health, Disabilities, Caring and Use of Healthcare Services with more detailed information given in the local survey reports as follows:

Young People Health and Lifestyle Survey 2012 Main Report
Young People Health and Lifestyle Survey 2008-09 Main Report
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2014 Main Report
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2011-12 Main Report
BME Health and Lifestyle Survey 2011-12 Main Report
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2009 Main Report
Veterans' Health and Lifestyle Survey 2009 Main Report
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2007 Main Report
BME Health and Lifestyle Survey 2007 Main Report
Gypsy and Traveller Health and Lifestyle Survey 2007 Main Report
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2003 Main Report
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2003 Eastern Hull Tables
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2003 West Hull Tables
Social Capital Survey 2009 Main Report
Social Capital Survey 2004 Main Report

Ward level data from the 2011 Census and from the local Surveys is available in the JSNA Hull Atlas.

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List Size of General Practices

The list sizes or number of patients registered with each General Practice in Hull is given within Hull JSNA Toolkit: Demography and Demographics.

For associated information, see Population.

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Listening Exercise / 'We're All Ears'

The Listening Exercise, also known as 'We're all Ears', had an overall aim of consulting with local people and organisations in the city to support progress towards the agreed NHS Hull vision, which was as follows: "The PCT will work with partners and local people to create an affordable healthcare system that exceeds minimum standards in quality and access. We will work with the citizens of Hull to improve their health and well-being as well as their healthcare."

The engagement had two broad objectives:

To listen to residents to understand their needs and aspirations for health in the city
To engage NHS staff in the consultation, to provide greater understanding and an organisational cultural shift into a more patient friendly and public aware organisation

There are three reports available:

Listening Exercise Stage One Report
Listening Exercise Stage Two Report
Listening Exercise Stage Two Summary

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Liver Disease

Mortality rates from liver disease are presented within Hull JSNA Toolkit: Digestive Diseases.

Premature (under 75 years) mortality rate from liver disease and the mortality rate from liver disease which is considered preventable are both indicators within the Public Health Outcomes Framework and further analysis is given within the Public Health Outcomes Framework Main Report (to open this report on a particular PHOF indicator, click here) and Public Health Outcomes Framework Summary. This information is also displayed within the JSNA Hull Atlas.

Higher tier local authorities were also ranked on premature mortality rates from liver disease as part of Public Health England's Longer Lives project. Details are given in the Longer Lives Briefing Report.

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LLI / Limiting Long-term Illness

The percentage of Hull adults and young people with long-term illnesses or disabilities which limit their daily living, and percentages by deprivation are summarised within Hull JSNA Toolkit: Deprivation and Associated Measures with more detailed information given in the local survey reports as follows:

Young People Health and Lifestyle Survey 2012 Main Report
Young People Health and Lifestyle Survey 2008-09 Main Report
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2011-12 Main Report
BME Health and Lifestyle Survey 2011-12 Main Report
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2009 Main Report
Veterans' Health and Lifestyle Survey 2009 Main Report
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2007 Main Report
BME Health and Lifestyle Survey 2007 Main Report
Gypsy and Traveller Health and Lifestyle Survey 2007 Main Report
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2003 Main Report
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2003 Eastern Hull Tables
Adult Health and Lifestyle Survey 2003 West Hull Tables
Social Capital Survey 2009 Main Report
Social Capital Survey 2004 Main Report

Ward level data from the 2011 Census and from the local Surveys is available in the JSNA Hull Atlas.

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LLSOAs / Lower Layer Super Output Areas

Lower Layer Super Output Areas (LLSOA) are geographical areas that were generated following the 2001 Census. They have a minimum population size of 1,000 and a mean population size of 1,500. There were 163 LLSOAs within Hull. The Index of Multiple Deprivation 2010 is based on measuring deprivation at this geographical level. Following the 2011 Census, and population changes, the boundaries for a small number of LLSOAs within Hull have changed slightly and there are now 166 LLSOAs within Hull.

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Local Area Agreement

Information relating to these historical indicators and targets is given in Release 4 of the JSNA Toolkit.

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Local Strategic Partnership

Information relating to the Local Strategic Partnership is given in the JSNA Toolkit.

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Local Surveys

– see Surveys

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Localities

– see Geographical Area

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Location of Deaths

The number of deaths occurring at home and other locations including at hospital and in nursing homes is given within Hull JSNA Toolkit: Mortality.

See also Mortality.

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Location of General Practices

A map illustrating the locations of the GP practices in Hull is given within Hull JSNA Toolkit: Demography and Demographics.

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Lone Parent Benefits

– see Deprivation

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Lone Parents

– see Deprivation and Adult Health and Lifestyle Surveys.

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Longer Lives

Higher tier local authorities were also ranked on premature mortality rates as part of Public Health England's Longer Lives project. Mortality rates from all causes, all cancers combined, heart disease and stroke (cardiovascular disease), lung cancer and liver disease were reported. Details are given in the Longer Lives Briefing Report.

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Long Term Conditions

There is not a section within the JSNA Toolkit on long-term conditions, but major diseases and medical conditions have a separate section. It is therefore advisable to search for the disease in question.

The Projecting Older People Population Information (POPPI) System provides population projections for people aged 65+ years for 2011, 2015, 2020, 2025 and 2030. It provides estimates of the number of people aged 65+ years in Hull are predicted to have specific health and caring needs including those relating to some of the main long term conditions. These estimates are available in Hull JSNA Toolkit: Older People.

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Looked after children

The number of looked after children in Hull is given in Hull JSNA Toolkit: Children and Young People.

The emotional health of looked after children is an indicator within the Public Health Outcomes Framework and further analysis is given within the Public Health Outcomes Framework Main Report (to open this report on a particular PHOF indicator, click here) and Public Health Outcomes Framework Summary. This is also given at ward level in the JSNA Hull Atlas.

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Low Birth Weight

The prevalence of low birth weight is given in Hull JSNA Toolkit: Children and Young People. Low birth weight (of term babies) is an indicator within the Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF) and further analysis is given within the Public Health Outcomes Framework Main Report (to open this report on a particular PHOF indicator, click here) and Public Health Outcomes Framework Summary. However, the data differs as the information in Hull JSNA Toolkit: Children and Young Peoplerelates to all births whereas the information in the PHOF relates to only babies with a gestational age of at least 37 weeks.

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Lower Layer Super Output Areas (LLSOAs)

Lower Layer Super Output Areas (LLSOA) are geographical areas that were generated following the 2001 Census. They have a minimum population size of 1,000 and a mean population size of 1,500. There were 163 LLSOAs within Hull. The Index of Deprivation 2010 is based on measuring deprivation at this geographical level. Following the 2011 Census, and population changes, the boundaries for a small number of LLSOAs within Hull have changed slightly and there are now 166 LLSOAs within Hull.

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Lunch, What is Eaten

– see Diet

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Lunch at School

– see Diet

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Lung Cancer

Information relating to risk factors, incidence, hospital admissions, mortality and survival is included within Hull JSNA Toolkit: Lung Cancer. Hospital admission and mortality information is also presented by deprivation. Information is also included on expenditure. The percentage of lung cancer deaths out of all cancer deaths is also given.

An analysis was completed in three of the most deprived wards in Hull (Bransholme East, Bransholme West, and Orchard Park and Greenwood) where the prevalence of smoking is high. Age-specific mortality rates were examined for lung cancer for 2004-2008 (due to the small numbers per year in the wards, five years' of data needed to be combined for the analysis) and compared with the rest of Hull. The analysis was examined in relation to the ACORN and Health ACORN classifications and further details are available in Hull JSNA Toolkit: Lung Cancer.

Higher tier local authorities were also ranked on premature mortality rates from lung cancer as part of Public Health England's Longer Lives project. Details are given in the Longer Lives Briefing Report.

Information is also available in the Cancer Equity Audit.

General information relating to Cancer is also available.

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