Joint Strategic Needs Assessment
Every Health and Wellbeing Board produces and publishes a Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA), which analyses and identifies the current and future health and wellbeing needs of its local population.
In York this work is a shared responsibility between City of York Council and NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group, which aim to use the outcomes to paint a detailed picture of the health and social care needs of York residents. A dedicated website for York’s JSNA is available at www.healthyork.org.
The York JSNA focuses on the following 4 areas:
- Starting and Growing Well
- Living and Working Well
- Ageing Well
- Mental Health
The site also provides information about York’s characteristics, including population, physical and social environment data. For further information and analysis about York, please see the Ward Profiles.
Starting and Growing Well
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Living and Working Well
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