Presentation on theme: "Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation Improving SIMD for 2015 Alastair McAlpine Head of Local Outcomes Team Office of Chief Statistician and Performance."— Presentation transcript:
Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation Improving SIMD for 2015 Alastair McAlpine Head of Local Outcomes Team Office of Chief Statistician and Performance Scottish Government Facilitators Cath Dickie Ian Volante Gregor Boyd Victoria Kinnear-Lachhab
Role/Post Organisation Whether you use SIMD now or plan to use it What you use SIMD for / would like to use it for Ice-Breaker
Domains / Categories Access Education Housing Income Health Crime Employment
SIMD Indicators Employment Claimant Count Incapacity Benefit or Employment Support Allowance Severe Disablement Allowance Income Adults and Children in Income Support or Income-based Support Allowance households Adults in Guarantee Pension Credit Households Adults and children in Job Seekers Allowance Households Adults and Children in Tax Credit Households Crime Domestic house breaking Drug Offences Common Assault Crimes of Violence Vandalism Sexual Offences Housing Persons in households which are overcrowded Persons in households without central heating Access Drive and Public Transport times to GP/ retail centre / post office Drive times to petrol stations / schools Education Pupil absence Pupil performance at SQA 4 Working age with no qualifications 17-21 enrolling into full time education School leavers not in education employment or training Health Standard Mortality Ratio Hospital stays due to alcohol/drug misuse Comparative Illness Factor Emergency stays in hospital Estimated population prescribed drugs for anxiety, depression or psychosis Proportion of low weight singleton live births
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