Sources of data on health inequalities

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Sources of data on health inequalities
Charlotte Fellows
Principal Public Health Intelligence Analyst
London Knowledge and Intelligence Team
Public Health England
29th October 2014
London Knowledge and Intelligence
team (KIT)
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London Knowledge and Intelligence
Team (KIT)
• Our core purpose is to produce high quality public health intelligence and
insight to protect and improve the nation’s health and reduce health
inequalities.
• Three national priority areas:
• Public Health Outcomes Framework
• Health Inequalities
• Tobacco
• Local contribution
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Sources of data and information on
health inequalities
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PHE data and
knowledge
gateway
datagateway.phe.org.uk
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LKIT website
(London
Health
Observatory)
www.lho.org.uk
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Health Profiles
www.healthprofiles.info
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Local Health
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www.localhealth.org.uk
Public Health Outcomes Framework
http://www.phoutcomes.info/
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Public Health Outcomes Framework
• 2 overarching indicators
• Increased healthy life expectancy
• Reduced differences in life expectancy and healthy life expectancy
between communities
• 66 supporting public health indicators, split over four domains:
• Improving the wider determinants of health
• Health improvement
• Health protection
• Healthcare public health and preventing premature mortality
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PHOF overarching indicators
• Healthy life expectancy - upper tier LAs – 2009-11, 2010-12
• Inequality in HLE (measured by slope index of inequality) – England
– 2009-11, 2010-12
• Life expectancy – all LAs – 2000-02 to 2010-12
• Inequality in life expectancy (measured by slope index of inequality)
– England & all LAs – 2002-04 to 2010-12
• Next update: Tuesday 4th February, 2015
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PHOF Inequalities tab - now
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PHOF Inequalities tab - November
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Profiles of socioeconomic determinants
of health during the
economic downturn
http://www.lho.org.uk/lho_topic
s/data/economicdownturn.asp
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Local action on health inequalities
Institute of Health Equity – commissioned by PHE to write
series of evidence reports and briefings about practical, local
actions to tackle health inequalities through the social
determinants of health.
The papers include evidence, practical points and case studies
on approaches and actions that can be taken by local
authorities on range of issues to reduce health inequalities.
Topics include children and young people, education,
employment, the living wage, fuel poverty and understanding
the economics of investments in the social determinants of
health
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Plans for further work this year
• Collaborative work on inequalities among people with protected
characteristics, starting with sexual orientation.
• Model social determinants where clear impact on health can be
quantified and broken down by local authority.
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Contacts and links to resources
[email protected]
London KIT: www.lho.org.uk
PHOF data tool: www.phoutcomes.info
Data and Knowledge Gateway: http://datagateway.phe.org.uk/
Local action on health inequalities papers:
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/local-action-on-healthinequalities-evidence-papers
UCL Institute of Health Equity: http://www.instituteofhealthequity.org/home
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