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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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Scotpho scottish public health observatory scottish health and wellbeing profiles 2010

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)


Scotpho scottish public health observatory scottish health and wellbeing profiles 2010

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

November 2010


Scotpho scottish public health observatory scottish health and wellbeing profiles 2010

Life Expectancy – Males

Lothian Intermediate Geography Zones

age


A taster of the scotpho interactive tool

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

A warning about routinely collected data

(From Edinburgh – for reasons that shall become clear)


Babies exclusively breastfed at 6 8 weeks

% babies exclusively breastfed at 6-8 weeks


Ad hoc analyses using national data

Ad hoc analyses using national data


Scotpho scottish public health observatory scottish health and wellbeing profiles 2010

Ref: HIU/W&CH/HPI/Feb2011


Salsus cont

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

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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