Criminal Justice Project: Drug Interventions Programme – Knowsley DIP Activity Profile (2015/16) – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

The Drug Interventions Programme (DIP) is an initiative with an overarching aim to identify and engage with drug using offenders in the criminal justice system in order to channel them into appropriate treatment services, and as a result reduce acquisitive

Criminal Justice Project: Drug Interventions Programme – Sefton DIP Activity Profile (2015/16) – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

The Drug Interventions Programme (DIP) is an initiative with an overarching aim to identify and engage with drug using offenders in the criminal justice system in order to channel them into appropriate treatment services, and as a result reduce acquisitive

Criminal Justice Project: Drug Interventions Programme – St Helens DIP Activity Profile (2015/16) – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

The Drug Interventions Programme (DIP) is an initiative with an overarching aim to identify and engage with drug using offenders in the criminal justice system in order to channel them into appropriate treatment services, and as a result reduce acquisitive

Criminal Justice Project: Drug Interventions Programme – Wirral DIP Activity Profile (2015/16) – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

The Drug Interventions Programme (DIP) is an initiative with an overarching aim to identify and engage with drug using offenders in the criminal justice system in order to channel them into appropriate treatment services, and as a result reduce acquisitive

Image and Performance Enhancing Drugs 2016 National Survey Results – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

This report details the findings of the National IPEDinfo Survey 2016. The National IPEDinfo Survey is a study exploring image and performance drug use in Wales, England and Scotland. The survey is a Public Health Wales initiative working collaboratively with

Interventions to reduce emergency hospital admissions for respiratory illness: (Observatory Report Series number 78) – Liverpool University Public Health Observatory

Respiratory illness is a particular concern in the North West. According to the North West Public Health Observatory, indirectly standardised ratios of those admitted to hospital with Acute Respiratory conditions (173.51) and Chronic Lower Respiratory conditions (194.32) are much higher for Liverpool than

Interventions to reduce emergency hospital admissions for diabetes : (Observatory Report Series number 80) – Liverpool University Public Health Observatory

Early treatment and intervention can greatly reduce the risk of complications and reduce health service expenditure, as well as improving quality of life for those with diabetes, so early intervention in this area is vital.  This report looks at interventions to reduce emergency

Interventions to reduce emergency hospital admissions for falls: (Observatory Report Series number 81) – Liverpool University Public Health Observatory

Falls are a major cause of disability and mortality in the UK. Thirty per cent of those aged 65 and over who live in the community fall each year, rising to 45% for those aged 80 and over (Department of Health, 2009).

Reducing Emergency Admissions to Hospital -Redesign of services: (Observatory Report Series number 82) – University of Liverpool Public Health Observatory

This report considers the evidence base and makes recommendations on how appropriate redesign of primary, intermediate and secondary care services can reduce emergency admissions to hospital. Reducing demand on A&E helps to ensure that the patients who truly need these

Prevention Programmes Cost-Effectiveness Review: Physical activity: (Observatory Report Series, number 83, Cost effectiveness review series, number 1) – University of Liverpool Public Health Observatory

This is the first topic area covered by the cost effectiveness review series. A comprehensive review of the literature is presented on evidence of the cost effectiveness and potential cost savings of preventive programmes and projects relating to physical activity.

Prevention Programmes Cost-Effectiveness Review: Alcohol: (Observatory Report Series, number 84 Cost effectiveness review series, number 2) – University of Liverpool Public Health Observatory

This is the second topic area covered by the cost effectiveness review series. It follows on from a review on physical activity. A comprehensive review of the literature is presented on evidence of the cost effectiveness and potential cost savings

Sexual Violence Needs Assessment For Merseyside: (Observatory Report Series No. 85) – University of Liverpool Public Health Observatory

This sexual violence needs assessment aims to ensure that provision meets actual need and to reduce organisational barriers. The needs assessment reviews current activity in sexual violence services in Merseyside utilising data from police, third sector and health and social

Merseyside Mental Health Needs Assessment: Populations at risk of mental health problems amongst working age adults: (Observatory report series number 86) – Liverpool University Public Health Observatory

This mental health needs assessment uses a population approach to identify at-risk groups and areas of need in Merseyside. In the new NHS structure, commissioning will be undertaken by GP/clinical commissioning groups and local authorities, with advice and support from

Health needs assessment of adult offenders across the criminal justice system on Merseyside : (Observatory report series number 87) – University of Liverpool Public Health Observatory

Health needs assessment (HNA) for adult offenders across the criminal justice system on Merseyside. The HNA included a review of relevant literature, as well as interviews with offenders and health care staff, both in prisons and in the community.

Assessing the Impact of the Economic Downturn on Health and Wellbeing: (Observatory Report Series No. 88) – University of Liverpool Public Health Observatory

Health impact of the economic downturn. Through a literature review and analysis of key indicators the report assesses the evidence base for the impact of the economic downturn on mental and physical health and use of health and local authority

Prevention Programmes Cost Effectiveness Review: Diet and Healthier Eating: (Liverpool Public Health Observatory Report Series, number 89, Cost effectiveness review series, number 3) – University of Liverpool Public Health Observatory

Provides a comprehensive review of the literature is presented on evidence of the cost effectiveness and potential cost savings of preventive programmes and projects relating to diet and healthier eating.

Children and young people’s emotional health and wellbeing needs assessment: Merseyside: Summary: (Liverpool Public Health Observatory report series number 91) – Liverpool University Public Health Observatory

Explores the factors that contribute to positive and negative emotional health amongst children and young people. The needs assessment seeks to paint a picture of need across Merseyside, informing commissioning at two levels: commissioning services for those with common and

Children and young people’s emotional health and wellbeing needs assessment: Merseyside: (Liverpool Public Health Observatory report series number 90) – Liverpool University Public Health Observatory

Explores the factors that contribute to positive and negative emotional health amongst children and young people. The needs assessment seeks to paint a picture of need across Merseyside, informing commissioning at two levels: commissioning services for those with common and

Health needs assessment of young offenders in the youth justice system on Merseyside: (Liverpool Public Health Observatory report series number 92) – University of Liverpool Public Health Observatory

Health needs assessment that covers Liverpool, , Knowsley, Sefton, St Helens, Wirral and Halton. It includes a detailed description of the young offender population, both nationally and on Merseyside, and a brief review of relevant literature, as well as interviews