Presentation on theme: "Public Health Intelligence Gareth Wrench Senior Public Health Intelligence Analyst/Epidemiologist."— Presentation transcript:
Public Health Intelligence Gareth Wrench Senior Public Health Intelligence Analyst/Epidemiologist
Overview 1. Role of Public Health Intelligence 2. New unique team & working arrangements! 3. Outcomes/Benefits
Role of PHI: What we do! Statistical data analysis & interpretation JSNA, DPH report, Health Needs Assessment, Impact Assessments, Equity Audits, Profiling, Performance Review Epidemiological research Surveillance, Questionnaires & Surveys, Audits, Evidence Spatial analysis GIS mapping, Local Information System Intelligence not information! Backbone of Public Health work!
The Team New unique team: Employed by NHSW and seconded to Warwickshire Observatory Responsible to Warwickshire Observatory Manager & Consultant in Public Health Integrated Work Programme Observatory Hub in Westgate House
Work Programme Joint Strategic Needs Assessment Director of Public Health Annual Report Other Needs Assessment work e.g. Mental Health Needs Assessment Local Information System (LIS) Data Sharing e.g. to include in pupil forecasting GP Practice Profiles National Child Measurement Programme Analysis Vital Statistics Monitoring Fuel Poverty Research Health Inequalities Ad hoc research/requests And many more…
Benefits: More ‘joined-up’ way of working Better access to datasets held within NHSW & WCC Less duplication Shared expertise Shared evidence base Better position to deliver the White Papers e.g. JSNA Links to Warwickshire Observatory
Summary 1. Role of Public Health Intelligence Backbone of public health work 2. New unique team! Working in partnership with the Observatory Good position to implement White Paper 3. Outcomes/Benefits Better intelligence & evidence for policy-makers Work Programme including JSNA,LIS, DPH Report Contact details: Blog: Website: