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ScotPHO Scottish Public Health Observatory Scottish health and wellbeing profiles 2010. Graham Mackenzie (with thanks too to Tracey Rapson and Caroll Brown, NHS Lothian Health Intelligence Unit). http://www.scotpho.org.uk/profiles/ November 2010. Life Expectancy – Males.

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ScotPHOScottish Public Health Observatory Scottish health and wellbeing profiles 2010

Graham Mackenzie

(with thanks too to Tracey Rapson and Caroll Brown, NHS Lothian Health Intelligence Unit)


http://www.scotpho.org.uk/profiles/

November 2010


Life Expectancy – Males

Lothian Intermediate Geography Zones

age


A taster of the ScotPHO interactive tool

(Largely) East Lothian data

Focus on the different presentations of data

Adults and child/ young people


A warning about routinely collected data

(From Edinburgh – for reasons that shall become clear)


% babies exclusively breastfed at 6-8 weeks


Ad hoc analyses using national data


Ref: HIU/W&CH/HPI/Feb2011


SALSUS cont…

  • The survey also gives us measures of health and wellbeing, level of consumption of substances, leisure activities, experience of advice and support through schools etc etc

  • Other similar surveys (e.g. Glasgow schools survey published January 2012) also give information on ethnicity, sexual health, use of services etc etc


Conclusions

  • The Scottish Public Health Observatory Profiles provide the most comprehensive overview of health and wellbeing by CH(C)P and intermediate geographies to date

  • Overall – many reassuring findings (e.g. rising life expectancy)

  • But emerging challenges (e.g. alcohol misuse)

  • Useful local information on children and young people in ScotPHO profiles and other sources (e.g. SALSUS, ISD datasets)

  • But beware over interpretation


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