The recently published Health and Wellbeing in Bristol 2018 report highlights current and future needs of local people. The report draws on Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) 2018 data.
The report covers a large variety of topics which range from the role that a healthy lifestyle plays in staying well to broader factors that affect health such as employment, education and housing. The JSNA draws on NHS and GP health data and includes areas such as mental health, long terms conditions and sexual health.
In addition, the Bristol JSNA Steering Group is seeking views on the JSNA resources via an online User Survey.
This is to gain a better understanding of how JSNA products are used, and how to improve the accessibility of the data to a wide range of stakeholders. The survey should only take 10 minutes to complete and closes at 09.00 on Monday 17th December.
*The Bristol Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is a suite of resources, including the annual report and a range of other data and intelligence resources including the Bristol Ward Profiles – all available via the JSNA web-pages at www.bristol.gov.uk/jsna.
Totterdown is in the Windmill Hill ward, and the report for our ward is available here: