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Yusuf Meah Promoting Health Practitioner. Sunderland Men's Health. Sunderland South Forum Monthly Meeting Wednesday 28 th November 2012.

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Yusuf meah promoting health practitioner

Yusuf Meah

Promoting Health Practitioner

Sunderland Men's Health

Sunderland South Forum Monthly Meeting

Wednesday 28th November 2012


Every year, almost 100,000 men are dying needlessly prematurely (before 75) each year compared to about 66,000 women. That's more than the capacity of Wembley, nearly as many men as in the British Army

Men's health forum, 2011


Save The Male concert!!! prematurely (before 75) each year compared to about 66,000 women. That's more than the capacity of Wembley, nearly as many men as in the British Army


Sunderland prematurely (before 75) each year compared to about 66,000 women. That's more than the capacity of Wembley, nearly as many men as in the British Army


Men’s Health Inequalities prematurely (before 75) each year compared to about 66,000 women. That's more than the capacity of Wembley, nearly as many men as in the British Army


Sunderland male life expectancy
Sunderland Male Life Expectancy prematurely (before 75) each year compared to about 66,000 women. That's more than the capacity of Wembley, nearly as many men as in the British Army


Male life expectancy west
Male life expectancy WEST prematurely (before 75) each year compared to about 66,000 women. That's more than the capacity of Wembley, nearly as many men as in the British Army

Life expectancy is measured in years – dark colours show low life expectancy

Among males in Sunderland West the lowest life expectancy is experienced by communities in Pallion, St. Annes and Sandhill wards


In a nut shell
In a nut shell…. prematurely (before 75) each year compared to about 66,000 women. That's more than the capacity of Wembley, nearly as many men as in the British Army

Some very disadvantaged communities within the Sunderland West area

Correlation between low education attainment and unemployment

Poorer health, particularly in Sandhill, St Annes and Pallion

High prevalence of smoking

Particularly low uptake of immunisations in some wards


Sunderland male life expectancy1
Sunderland Male life expectancy prematurely (before 75) each year compared to about 66,000 women. That's more than the capacity of Wembley, nearly as many men as in the British Army

  • Life expectancy at birth is 75.9 years for males, this compares to 76.5 in the North East and 78.6 years for males across England.

    GOOD NEWS average life expectancy for both males and

    females living in Sunderland is rising over time.

  • Within Sunderland wards, a man living in Washington South could live nearly 17 years longer than a man living in Hendon.

    BAD NEWSamong males the gap in

    life expectancy between Sunderland and England has

    widened


Male Mortality contributors prematurely (before 75) each year compared to about 66,000 women. That's more than the capacity of Wembley, nearly as many men as in the British Army



Cancer mortality rates:

  • Lung cancer

  • Prostate cancer

  • Testicular Cancer

  • Skin Cancer

  • Bowel cancer


Cardiovascular disease mortality rates:


Emotional health and wellbeing mortality rates:

‘a sense of balance’

‘feeling able to cope’

‘feeling mentally and physically well’


Join the network
Join the Network mortality rates:


Health mortality rates:

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Conclusions
Conclusions mortality rates:

  • Know what's going on in your local area - how can we work together to improve health

  • Don’t fall in the risk category – Take care of yourself

  • Be informed about health

  • Become a member of the network


Any questions
Any Questions? mortality rates:


Contact
Contact mortality rates:

Yusuf Meah

Promoting Health Practitioner

Sunderland Public Health

Loftus House

Colima Ave

Sunderland

SR5 3XB

Tel: 0191 5297200

Email: menshealth@sotw.nhs.uk


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