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A snapshot of child health indicators for Bolton in comparison  to the national average and North West Local Authorities. A spine chart provides a comparative overview of key areas requiring local focus.

National indicators can be viewed by clicking here: bit.ly/1d7SPzu From here you can drill down into regional and then local level indicator sheets

This report summarises available information at a local level on young people’s lifestyle choices, health risk behaviours and related indicators in order to inform policy and practice at a sub-national level. It includes findings from a survey conducted across the North West to assess behaviour and attitudes towards alcohol and tobacco.

Trend analysis of ADASS/AQuA whole system quality and efficiency locality benchmarking focusing upon the frail elderly population in Bolton. Covers: Non-elective admissions aged 65 + per 1000 population aged 65+; Non-elective bed days aged 65+ per head of 1000 population aged 65+; Non-elective re-admission rate within 28 days aged 65+; Non-elective re-admission rate within 90 days aged 65+; Number of dealyed transfers of care aged 18+ per 100,000 population; proportion of people aged 65+ discharged directly to residential care; Permanent admissions to residential/nursing care aged 65+ per 100,000 population 65+; proportion of all deaths which occur at home aged 65+.

These are the Profile Sheets for Bolton's GP practices, summarising the results of the Bolton Health & Wellbeing Survey 2010. The Profile compares the health survey results for the practice to the practice cluster, the Bolton average and other practices, and highlights those indicators significantly below or above the Bolton average.

A benchmarking analysis report for Bolton and other NW areas covering: Non-elective admissions aged 65+ per 1000 pop 65+; Non-elective bed days aged 65+ per head of 1000 pop 65+; Non-elective re-admission rate within 28 days aged 65 and over; Non-elective re-admission rate within 90 days aged 65 and over; No of delayed transfers of care aged 18+ per 100,000 pop; Proportion of people aged 65+ discharge direct to residential care; Permanent admissions to residential / nursing care aged 65+ per 100,000 pop 65+; Proportion of local authority ASC spend on aged 65+ on residential/nursing care; Proportion of all deaths which occur at home - aged 65 and over.

A detailed examination of migration (both immigration and emmigration) in Bolton including past, current and future trends.

A comparision resource that uses QOF data on a wide range of key issues at a sub-Bolton surgery level.

http://www.bolton.nhs.uk/your-health/public-health-department/Bolton_Hea...

The Healthy Schools Profiles for local areas include key current local data about children and young people's health and wellbeing. Using the profiles, you can see at a glance how local area performs against key indicators for the outcomes. You can also compare the data with other (top level) local authorities and nationally.

http://atlas.chimat.org.uk/IAS/dataviews/healthyschoolsprofile

Developed through extensive consultation with internal and external experts, this five year programme is focusing on a significant challenge: how to ensure quality of life for the growing number of older people with high support needs in the UK. JRF will commission a range of work to inform and produce clear, costed recommendations for policy and practice that can help older people with high support needs now and in the future, whatever setting they live in. http://www.jrf.org.uk/work/workarea/better-life

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