The Devon Health and Wellbeing Outcomes Report monitors progress against the priorities identified in the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy.
These indicators are organised around the five priorities in the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Devon 2016-19. The priorities are:
- Children, Young People and Families
- Living Well
- Good Health and Wellbeing in Older Age
- Strong and Supportive Communities
- Life Long Mental Health
The full June 2018 Health and Wellbeing Outcomes Report is available below:
The ‘updates only’ version of the June 2018 Health and Wellbeing Outcomes Report, which only includes indicators updated since the last board meeting is available below:
The paper to the Health and Wellbeing Board summarising the June 2018 report is available below:
The next report will be published here in December 2018.
Archived versions of previous reports can be found here.
Individual Indicator Reports
The full report includes indicators across the five priority areas. The individual indicator reports including within the full report compare Devon to other South West local authorities and similar local authorities nationally, track trends over time, investigate the pattern and nature of health and wellbeing inequalities, compare local authority districts within Devon and also compare Clinical Commissioning Groups and their localities across the wider Devon area.
Priority 1: Children, Young People and Families
GCSE Attainment * updated indicator
Teenage Conception Rate * updated indicator
Priority 2: Living Well
Excess Weight in Adults* updated indicator
Proportion of Physically Active Adults* updated indicator
Alcohol-Related Admissions * updated indicator
Fruit and Vegetable Consumption (five-a-day)* updated indicator
Priority 3: Good Health and Wellbeing in Older Age
Priority 4: Strong and Supportive Communities
Domestic Violence Incidents per 1,000 Population* updated indicator
Priority 5: Life Long Mental Health
Emotional Wellbeing in Looked After Children* updated indicator
Hospital Admissions for Self-Harm, aged 10 to 24* updated indicator