Health and economic Impact assessment associated with current and future pollution levels in Greater Manchester region. It combines the relationships between Defra’s Air Quality modelling concentrations and health outcomes for each local authority in Greater Manchester. Similar studies for London but this is
Report from IPPR North that estimates that 1.6 million life years will be lost in Greater Manchester in the coming century due to its poisonous air. This is equivalent to each Mancunian having life expectancy reduced by six months. Using the 2011
The English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA) is an invaluable source of information on the economic, social and health circumstances of the older population. This report provides an introduction to the ELSA EoL data, the quality of the data, the
Looks at the epidemiology of sepsis finding that while the recording of the number of cases of sepsis has improved and there is a better understanding of its impact on the NHS and society, we still have to estimate figures
Public Health England’s heatwave mortality monitoring aims to provide information on excess deaths observed during heatwaves each year to inform public health actions. This is carried out each time the Met Office issues a Level 3 heatwave alert in accordance
HIV remains an important public health problem in the East Midlands. The numbers of HIV positive people living in the East Midlands has nearly doubled in the last 10 years from 2,421 in 2007 to 4,569 in 2016, with new diagnoses
Provides a regional breakdown and identifies the areas which have seen the largest increases when compared with previous years based on Department for Communities and Local Government 2017 figures on levels of rough sleeping across England.
Results from a survey to gauge which areas of the Public health outcomes framework (PHOF) web tool were more or less useful for stakeholders and which future developments should be prioritised. The main conclusions from our analysis of the user survey
This document provides a summary of the FY2016/2017 year’s activity in relation to work governed by this group. The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) now own and manage this work and its assets. Public Health England (PHE) are contracted by NDA to
Report on STIs in Yorkshire and Humber. Out of all the Public Health England centres, this region has the third highest rate of new STIs in England. More than 36,300 new STIs were diagnosed in Yorkshire and Humber residents in 2016, representing
This Public Health England report describes the extent of infections among people who inject drugs (PWID) in the United Kingdom.
Civitas report on the scale of the growing population of the UK, sets it in historical and international context and considers the challenges that it will present. It considers the implications including the need for new hospitals, schools, roads, jobs
Public Health England (PHE) plan outlining their approach to co-ordinating PHE’s cancer work for the next five years. It is aligned with the Five year forward view and the Independent Cancer Taskforce report and highlights how we will work in partnership with others to achieve
Key findings of this briefing include: 22% (101,203) of people died in a care home in 2014, up from 16% (76,997) in 2005. A third (34%) of these people are temporary residents. In 2014 a further 28,892 permanent care home residents died elsewhere, down
This annual publication reports on progress achieved in the WHO European Region and individual Member States in the fight against noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). It presents selected recent data on NCD surveillance, in line with global and regional frameworks such as
These tables present provisional data for the uptake of the seasonal influenza vaccine in GP registered patients in England from 1 September 2016 to 31 January 2017. The data is shown by old ‘Area Team’ and Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)
Provisional monthly seasonal flu vaccine uptake data in children of primary school age, covering cumulative flu vaccinations administered from 1 September to 31 January 2017. The data is presented for children of school years 1, 2 and 3 age, by
This report presents data on travel-associated non typhoidal Salmonella infection in England, Wales and Northern Ireland for 2014 with data presented by geographical region, age, sex and country of travel.
This report presents data on travel-associated Cryptosporidium infection in England, Wales and Northern Ireland for 2014 with data presented by age, sex, geographical region, and country of travel.
This report presents data on travel-associated Campylobacter infections in England, Wales and Northern Ireland for 2014 data is presented by geographical region, age, sex and country of travel.