Presentation on theme: "Hackney and City Health and Wellbeing Overview James Palmer Head of Public Health Service LB Hackney."— Presentation transcript:
Hackney and City Health and Wellbeing Overview James Palmer Head of Public Health Service LB Hackney
The people of Hackney and the City Population of Hackney by five-year age group and gender (left); ONS 2012 mid-year estimates
The people of Hackney and the City Population of City of London by five-year age group and gender (left); ONS 2012 mid-year estimates
Table 1.X Ethnicity of people registered with City and Hackney GPs (CEG, 2013) Ethnicity City and Hackney GP registrations N% White126,29047.2 South Asian19,7587.4 Black58,75422.0 Other23,9278.9 Not stated/unrecorded 38,87414.5
Historical and projected population density in Hackney and the City of London. Source: Greater London Authority (GLA)
Ranked list of needs of Hackney residents (12/13) 1smoking, child obesity, mental health 4cancer 5antenatal care, cardiovascular disease 7fuel poverty, worklessness, drug use, child poverty 11adult obesity 12teenage pregnancy 13crime, infant mortality, childhood immunisations, young people's mental health 17sexually transmitted infections 18homelessness, oral health 20alcohol, HIV 21domestic violence 23seasonal flu, breastfeeding, diabetes 26sickle cell 27child oral health 28air quality, respiratory disease 30hepatitis C 31TB, smoking in pregnancy, low birth weight babies, young people's alcohol & drug use 35terminations 36maternal mortality 37climate change 38noise pollution
City of London priorities (12/13) The priorities for residents of the City are: · mental health · cancer prevention · homelessness · smoking · social isolation · air quality · worklessness · childhood poverty · prevention of cardiovascular disease · childhood immunisations · alcohol · fuel poverty · welfare reform The needs of vulnerable groups in the City, including carers, disabled people and rough sleepers are also acknowledged.
Hackney Health and Wellbeing Board Strategic Priorities 1. Improving the health of children and young people, in particular tackling childhood obesity and working with pregnant mothers and children under five years old; 2. Controlling the use of tobacco, with a renewed emphasis on stopping people from starting smoking as well as helping them to quit; 3. Promoting mental health, focusing on relieving depression and anxiety for working age adults; 4. Caring for people with dementia, ensuring our services are meeting the needs of the older population.
City Health and Wellbeing Board Priorities 1.Ensure that more people with mental health issues can find effective, joined up help 2.Ensure that more people in the City have jobs: more children grow up with economic resources 3.Employment for local residents is promoted by the Local Procurement Charter 4.Confirm that City air is healthier to breathe 5.Be assured that more people in the City are physically active 6.Enable more people in the City to become socially connected and know where to go for help 7.Ensure that more rough sleepers can get health care, including primary care, when they need it 8.Ensure that older people in the City receive regular health checks 9.Ensure that children in the City are fully vaccinated 10.Ensure that people in the City are screened for cancer at the national minimum rate 11.Ensure that the City is a less noisy place 12.Confirm that more people in the City are warm in the winter months
Trend of life expectancy for females, 2000 – 12 (ONS)
Trend of life expectancy for males, 2000 – 12 (ONS)
Further Information Google Search Term ‘City and Hackney Health and Wellbeing Profile’ This will take you to the 2011/2012 version, and where the statistical update will be available early in the New Year Google Search Term ‘hackney health and wellbeing strategy’ ‘city health and wellbeing strategy’ This will take you to information about Hackney or City of London’s Health and Wellbeing Board and the current Strategies.