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 Data View: Health and Wellbeing

A description of Data View http://ias.bristol.gov.uk/IAS/linked-data/id/dataview/JSNAHealthWellbeing.

* Identifier JSNAHealthWellbeing
* Label Health and Wellbeing
* Title JSNA - Health and Wellbeing
* Comment

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* Description JSNA - Health and Wellbeing
* Type DataView
* Dublin Core Type http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/InteractiveResource
* Available For Wards
Neighbourhoods
Wards Old
CCGS
CCG sub-locality areas
* Coverage.spatial LSOA11, Wards, Neighbourhoods, CCGs
* Coverage.temporal 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
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* Homepage http://ias.bristol.gov.uk/IAS/dataviews/view?viewId=JSNAHealthWellbeing
Metatext The JSNA Health and Wellbeing data view
* Modified 2016-05-06 15:18:30
* Notation JSNAHealthWellbeing
* Publisher Bristol City Council
* Requires Percent respondents who say their health has been good/fairly good in the last 12 months
Percent respondents with a limiting long-term illness, health problem or disability
Percent respondents who have fallen in the last 12 months
Percent respondents who have participated in creative activities in the last 12 months
Percent respondents who say they are happy
% LLTI: People whose day-to-day activities are limited a lot
% LLTI: People aged 16 to 64 whose day-to-day activities are limited a lot
% LLTI: People aged 16 to 64 whose day-to-day activities are limited a little
% Bad health
Dementia Prevalence 60 +
% LLTI: People aged 16 to 64 whose day-to-day activities are limited
Total Hospital Admissions (APC) - all age
Elective admissions - Children (<16)
Elective admissions - older people (65+)
Emergency admissions - all
Emergency admissions - children (<16)
Emergency admissions - older people (65+)
A&E attendances - all
A&E attendances - Children (<16)
A&E attendances - older people (65+)
Cancer emergency admissions (all age)
Lung Cancer emergency admissions (all age)
Heart Failure emergency admissions (all age)
Stroke emergency admissions (all age)
Liver Disease emergency admissions (all age)
Chronic conditions amenable to Primary care, emergency admissions (all age)
Coronary Heart Disease emergency admissions (all age)
COPD emergency admissions (all age)
Diabetes emergency admissions (all age)
Long-term Neurological conditions emergency admissions (all age)
Asthma (all age) emergency admissions
% school children with Special Educational Needs
% all Special Educational Needs incidents
All SEN needs
Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Behaviour, Emotional & Social Development
Learning Difficulties (excluding Dyslexia)
Physical & Sensory impairment
Speech, Language & Communication Needs
Other (inc Dyslexia)
Percent mean linearly transformed SWEMWBS (Short Wessex-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale)
Emergency admissions for falls injuries - male over 65
Emergency admissions for falls injuries - female over 65
Emergency admissions for falls injuries - Persons over 65
Emergency admissions for falls injuries - male 65 -79
Emergency admissions for falls injuries - female 65 -79
Emergency admissions for falls injuries - Persons 65 -79
Emergency admissions for falls injuries - male over 80
Emergency admissions for falls injuries - female over 80
Emergency admissions for falls injuries - Persons over 80
Hospital admissions caused by unintentional and deliberate injuries to children Aged 0-4
Hospital admissions caused by unintentional and deliberate injuries to children Aged 0-14
Hospital admissions caused by unintentional and deliberate injuries to children Aged 15-24
% who say their health has been good 2014
% with a limiting long-term illness 2014
% respondents who have participated in creative activities in the last 12 months 2014
% respondents who have not participated in creative activities in the last 12 months
% respondents who say their health has been good/fairly good in the last 12 months
% respondents with a limiting long-term illness, health problem or disability
* Subject JSNA - Health and Wellbeing
* Subject.keyword JSNA, Health & Wellbeing

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