Further resources

Many of the resources used within a chapter are relevant, in the main, to that one chapter. However, there are some resources that are relevant to a whole section:

Children and young people

  • electronic Health Needs Assessment (eHNA) survey: key findings

    The eHNA is a survey carried out in local schools which aims to get an overview of the health and wellbeing of children and young people in Calderdale. The survey covers three areas: encouraging healthy behaviours, avoiding harms, and developing resilience through improved emotional health and wellbeing.

  • Public Health England

    • PDFChild health profile 2017 [PDF 156KB]

      A snapshot of child health for Calderdale, produced by Public Health England.

    • Public Health England obesity website

      A range of resources on data, evaluation, evidence and research relating to weight status and its determinants in children, young people and adults. Resources include obesity prevalence comparisons and tools for physical activity data and economic assessment.

    • National child measurement programme (NCMP)

      This programme measures the height and weight of children aged between 4 and 5 years old, and 10 and 11 years old. This helps to increase the understanding of patterns and trends healthy weight, overweight, and obesity among the child population. Data from 2006/07 onwards is available.

    • Children and young people's mental health and wellbeing tool

      This tool presents a range of indicators on risk, prevalence and detail (including cost data) on those services that support children with, or vulnerable to, mental illness. It provides commissioners, service providers, clinicians, services users and their families with the means to benchmark their area against similar populations and gain intelligence about what works.

    • Child and maternal health data tool

      A range of publicly available data, information, tools and resources on child and maternal health, from pregnancy and birth through to young people.

    • Public Health outcomes framework: Wider determinants of health for Calderdale

      This data tool presents data for all indicators included in Public Health England’s Public health outcomes framework. Data is presented for Calderdale for the most recent period available, and accompanying trend and inequalities data where these are available. The data in the tool is updated quarterly.

    • Children and young people's health benchmarking tool

      This is a selection of indicators, in three domains (Public Health outcomes framework, NHS outcomes framework, and behaviour, demographics and outcomes relating to breastfeeding), that is relevant to the health and wellbeing of children and young people;

  • Child poverty basket of local indicators

    This tool brings together indicators of child poverty as identified by the Child Poverty Unit. It is designed to allow the comparison and analysis of data from different local authorities (LAs) and regions in England.

  • PDFPopulation estimates and projections for under 5s in Calderdale [PDF 292KB]

    The recent trends and future projections for the number of births and number of children aged under 5 years in Calderdale. This information is useful in planning services and estimating future need.

  • PDFInfant and perinatal mortality in Yorkshire and the Humber [PDF 1255KB]

    A presentation by the Yorkshire and the Humber Local knowledge and intelligence service, Public Health England - it presents an analysis of the risk factors and health inequalities that may impact on infant and perinatal mortality.

  • State of child health report 2017: Child health in jeopardy due to an alarming gap between rich and poor

    A report by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) - a report using 25 measures of the health of UK children, including specific conditions, risk factors and child deaths to provide an 'across the board' snapshot of child health and wellbeing in the UK.

Health

  • Public Health England

    • Public Health outcomes framework: Wider determinants of health for Calderdale

      This data tool presents data for all indicators included in Public Health England’s Public health outcomes framework. Data is presented for Calderdale for the most recent period available, and accompanying trend and inequalities data where these are available. The data in the tool is updated quarterly.

    • Public Health England obesity website

      A range of resources on data, evaluation, evidence and research relating to weight status and its determinants in children, young people and adults. Resources include obesity prevalence comparisons and tools for physical activity data and economic assessment.

    • Mental health JSNA data tool

      A profile to support local Health and Wellbeing Boards when developing a mental health JSNA. It includes data on mental health prevalence, risk and protective factors, and healthcare services.

  • PDFNHS Health check annual report 2015-16 [PDF 429KB]

    NHS Health check is a public health programme for people aged between 40 and 74 years old. This is an infographic summary of the annual report.

Older people

    • Public Health outcomes framework: Wider determinants of health for Calderdale

      This data tool presents data for all indicators included in Public Health England’s Public health outcomes framework. Data is presented for Calderdale for the most recent period available, and accompanying trend and inequalities data where these are available. The data in the tool is updated quarterly.

    • Public Health England obesity website

      A range of resources on data, evaluation, evidence and research relating to weight status and its determinants in children, young people and adults. Resources include obesity prevalence comparisons and tools for physical activity data and economic assessment.

Vulnerable groups

  • PDFAudit of suicides in Calderdale - 2012 to 2014 [PDF 754KB]

    Using data from national and local sources, this audit looks at the scope of the problem in Calderdale. The information can be used to inform work on reducing suicides in Calderdale.

  • PDFHealth needs assessment: refugees and asylum seekers [PDF 642KB]

    This assessment provides an insight into the health needs of asylum seekers and refugees in Calderdale, using two approaches. The epidemiological approach looks at quantitative data, eg demographic, as well as available services.  The corporate approach involves a structured collection of knowledge and views of stakeholders, based on the demands, wishes and perspectives of all interested parties.

  • Public Health England: Mental health JSNA data tool

    A profile to support local Health and Wellbeing Boards when developing a mental health JSNA. It includes data on mental health prevalence, risk and protective factors, and healthcare services.

Wider determinants

  • Public Health England: Wider determinants of health

    A profile on how factors such as the natural and built environment, work and the labour market, vulnerability, income, crime and education affect daily life.

The latest annual report of the Director of Public Health, Paul Butcher, is also available:

The report focuses on the first 1,000 days of life, the most significant timeframe in a child’s development.