Insight e-bulletin February 2020

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Insight e-bulletin February 2020

In this issue:

Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) – Place-based Profiles

Source: Insight, Coventry City Council

Following the publication of the citywide JSNA profile, the Insight team released a series of place-based JSNA profiles in February 2020. Each place-based profile focuses on one of Coventry's eight family hub areas, bringing together data and voices of the community to illustrate how it feels to live in that part of the city. The profiles look at Coventry through the lenses of demographics and communities; education and employment; housing, environment, and feelings of safety; and health and well-being. While areas of need are reviewed, assets and ambitions to do more are highlighted too. Input a postcode into the postcode picker and to find its corresponding profile.

Five place-based profiles are available at the moment. The remaining profiles, namely Aspire, Park Edge, and Pathways, will be published later this year. Look out for the March Insight e-bulletin or email the Insight team for opportunities to shape these profiles with us.

Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF) update

Source: Public Health England

Public Health England (PHE) updated the Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF) data tool in February 2020. See Coventry's profile.

There have been some changes and updates to indicators. Take a look at the full list of updated indicators. Some of the new Coventry findings include:

  • Life expectancy at birth for Coventry residents remains notably worse than national average. For healthy life expectancy at birth, the figures for Coventry residents are not significantly different to the England average.
  • Percentage of physically active children and young people is a new indicator that measures the proportion of children undertaking an average of 60 minutes of physical activity per day across a week. There has been a significant increase for Coventry in the last year, reaching 50.8% for 2018/19. For both years, Coventry is statistically similar to West Midlands region and England.

The following profiles were also updated in conjunction: