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An analysis of 2011 acute inpatient data from SuS PbR Post Recon for patients registered in GM or attending an Acute in GM. The data has been segmented into "spells with a dementia diagnosis" and "other spells" and the two cohorts have been compared to estimate the effect of having a dementia diagnosis on the key performance indicators of length of stay and PbR tariff. It is very clear from this analysis that there is robust evidence that patients with a diagnosis of dementia stay about 5 days longer and have tariffs about £800 higher than other patients even when taking into account relative age, gender and admission type. Data is broken down into a variety of areas - including PCT, Provider & age level. 

The aim of this briefing is to give an overview of mental health need in Tonge with The Haulgh and any inequalities experienced by residents compared to the Bolton population as a whole. This report presents the following 5 indicators to give a picture of mental health need in Tonge with The Haulgh:

  • Self-reported anxiety and depression;
  • People with possible mental health problems (above the GHQ12 threshold);
  • Mental wellbeing;
  • Hospital admissions for mental health conditions;
  • Hospital admissions for self-harm.

The aim of this briefing is to give an overview of mental health need in Great Lever and any inequalities experienced by residents compared to the Bolton population as a whole. This report presents the following 5 indicators to give a picture of mental health need in Great Lever:

  • Self-reported anxiety and depression;
  • People with possible mental health problems (above the GHQ12 threshold);
  • Mental wellbeing;
  • Hospital admissions for mental health conditions;
  • Hospital admissions for self-harm.

The aim of this briefing is to give an overview of mental health need in Halliwell and any inequalities experienced by residents compared to the Bolton population as a whole. This report presents the following 5 indicators to give a picture of mental health need in Halliwell:

  • Self-reported anxiety and depression;
  • People with possible mental health problems (above the GHQ12 threshold);
  • Mental wellbeing;
  • Hospital admissions for mental health conditions;
  • Hospital admissions for self-harm.

The aim of this briefing is to give an overview of mental health need in Great Lever and any inequalities experienced by residents compared to the Bolton population as a whole. This report presents the following 5 indicators to give a picture of mental health need in Great Lever:

  • Self-reported anxiety and depression;
  • People with possible mental health problems (above the GHQ12 threshold);
  • Mental wellbeing;
  • Hospital admissions for mental health conditions;
  • Hospital admissions for self-harm.

The aim of this briefing is to give an overview of mental health need in Farnworth and any inequalities experienced by residents compared to the Bolton population as a whole. This report presents the following 5 indicators to give a picture of mental health need in Farnworth:

  • Self-reported anxiety and depression;
  • People with possible mental health problems (above the GHQ12 threshold);
  • Mental wellbeing;
  • Hospital admissions for mental health conditions;
  • Hospital admissions for self-harm. 

The aim of this briefing is to give an overview of mental health need in Breightmet and any inequalities experienced by residents compared to the Bolton population as a whole. This report presents the following 5 indicators to give a picture of mental health need in Breightmet:

  1. Self-reported anxiety and depression;
  2. People with possible mental health problems (above the GHQ12 threshold);
  3. Mental wellbeing;
  4. Hospital admissions for mental health conditions;
  5.  Hospital admissions for self-harm. 

NICE's formal guidance on promoting mental wellbeing at work.

Follow the link for full details: http://guidance.nice.org.uk/PH22

NICE's formal guidance on social and emotional wellbeing in secondary education.

Follow the link for full details: http://guidance.nice.org.uk/PH20

 

This is the Suicide and injury undetermined JSNA Indicator Sheet from the Mortality section. JSNA Indicator Sheets summarise the current position and recent trends for Bolton, comparators to Bolton, and inequalities across population groups and geographical areas of Bolton.

Headlines

 

  • Suicide in Bolton is significantly higher than both the national and regional averages;
  • The female suicide rate, whilst lower than the male, is currently much higher in Bolton than the regional and national picture;
  • The suicide rate in Bolton is significantly higher that many of its statistical peers;
  • Suicide in Bolton is significantly higher in the most deprived fifth of the population;
  • The majority of suicides in Bolton occur in the White British ethnic group, which is largely representative of Bolton demography;
  • For both genders, the greater proportion of suicides occur in the 18-44 age group.

 

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