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The Director of Public Health Annual Report - Health Profile of Cannock Chase Judith Wright Director of Public Health South Staffordshire Health Care Trust.

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1 The Director of Public Health Annual Report - Health Profile of Cannock Chase Judith Wright Director of Public Health South Staffordshire Health Care Trust

2 Population profile Presented by comparisons across the PCT area.

3 Population age structure for Cannock Chase, 2007 Source: GP registered populations as at January 2007, Exeter System, South Staffordshire PCT and 2005 mid-year population estimates, National Statistics, Crown copyright

4 Percentage of people aged 65 and over by PBC consortium 2007 Source: GP registered populations as at January 2007, Exeter System, South Staffordshire PCT and 2005 mid-year population estimates, National Statistics, Crown copyright

5 Percentage change between 2007 and 2012 in people aged 65 and over by PBC Consortia in South Staffordshire PCT Source: 2004-based sub-national population projections, National Statistics, Crown copyright

6 Population by ethnic group and PBC Consortium, 2001 Source: Key statistics for electoral wards, 2001 Census, National Statistics, Crown copyright

7 Health Inequalities

8 Health Inequalities: Index of Multiple Deprivation Scores 2004 for South Staffordshire PCT by PBC consortia Index of Multiple Deprivation Scores 2004 for South Staffordshire PCT by PBC consortia Source: Indices of Deprivation 2004, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, Crown Copyright 2004

9 Wards falling within the most deprived quintile for England Note: For the purposes of Siesdon Peninsula PBC Consortia the wards falling between 21-30% deprived area nationally have been shown as none fall within the most deprived quintile Source: Indices of Deprivation 2004, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, Crown Copyright 2004

10 Infant mortality rates by PBC Consortia, Source: Public Health Birth Files and Public Health Mortality Files, National Statistics and NCHOD

11 Smoking in pregnancy: Estimated number of mothers who continue to smoke throughout pregnancy by PBC Consortia, 2006/07 Source: LDPR, South Staffordshire PCT

12 Percentage of babies with a LBW (< 2,500 grams), Source: Birth extracts and Vital Statistics tables, National Statistics, Crown copyright

13 Morbidity and Mortality

14 Morbidity and mortality - Life expectancy at birth for PBC Consortia, Source: Public Health Mortality Files, National Statistics

15 All age all cause mortality rates by PBC Consortia, Source: Public Health Mortality File, National Statistics

16 Electoral wards that have all age all cause mortality rates significantly higher than England ( ) Source: Public Health Mortality File, National Statistics

17 Healthy Lifestyles

18 Healthy lifestyles: Estimated numbers of children aged who are regular smokers by PBC Consortia Source: Smoking, drinking and drug use among young people in England in 2006: headline figures, The Information Centre, Copyright 2007, and GP registered populations, 2007, Exeter System, South Staffordshire PCT

19 Estimated numbers of smokers by PBC consortia Source: Synthetic estimates for lifestyle behaviours for PCOs, National Centre for Social Research, , Crown copyright and GP registered populations as at January 2007, Exeter System, South Staffordshire PCT

20 Estimated numbers of binge drinkers by PBC consortia

21 Estimated number of children who are obese by PBC consortia Source: Health Survey for England updating of trend tables to include 2004 data, Copyright 2005, NHS Health and Social Care Information Centre, Public Health Statistics and GP registered populations, 2007, Exeter System, South Staffordshire PCT

22 Proportion of children who are obese by PBC Consortia, 2006 Source: Height and weight measurement exercise 2006, South Staffordshire PCT and National Childhood Obesity Database

23 Estimated numbers of obese people by PBC consortia Source: Synthetic estimates for lifestyle behaviours for PCOs, National Centre for Social Research, , Crown copyright and GP registered populations as at January 2007, Exeter System, South Staffordshire PCT

24 Estimated numbers of adults eating five or more portions of fruit and vegetables a day Source: Synthetic estimates for lifestyle behaviours for PCOs, National Centre for Social Research, , Crown copyright and GP registered populations as at January 2007, Exeter System, South Staffordshire PCT

25 Levels of physical activity by PBC Consortia Note: for the purposes of calculating PBC Consortia areas have been aligned to local authorities Source: Active People Diagnostic, Sport England Active People Survey 2005/06

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27 How are the population health profiles being used to inform local planning decisions to help priorities early investment prioritise toward those areas with greatest health inequalities Inform the delivery of Choosing Health schemes

28 Commissioning recommendations Increase targeted smoking cessation service Health and well-being programme Target Infant mortality Integrated childhood obesity programme


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