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Going Local: What does profiling mental health at the sub-national level tell us?. Deborah Shipton Glasgow Centre for Population Health, Aviemore 2011. Mental health in Focus : a profile of mental health in Greater Glasgow and Clyde. www.gcph.co.uk/mentalhealthprofiles.

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Going local what does profiling mental health at the sub national level tell us

Going Local:What does profiling mental health at the sub-national level tell us?

Deborah Shipton

Glasgow Centre for Population Health,

Aviemore 2011


Mental health in Focus: a profile of mental health in Greater Glasgow and Clyde

www.gcph.co.uk/mentalhealthprofiles


National mental health indicators

Mental health profile for GG&C


National framework

Selected findings

Closing comments


Mental health outcomes

Positive mental health

Mental health problems

Contextual factors

Healthy

living

Community

participation

Social

inclusion

Violence

General

health

Community

safety & trust

Financial

security

Physical

environment

Learning &

development

Social networks

& support

Working

life

Discrimination

Parkinson J. Establishing a core set of national, sustainable mental health indicators for adults in Scotland: Final report. NHS Health Scotland, 2007.


Sex

Geography

Age

Area

deprivation

51 indicators

Inequalities


Selected findings
Selected Findings

  • Findings unique Greater Glasgow & Clyde

  • Contextual factors

  • Small area analysis


Spine chart:

Greater Glasgow & Clyde





Alcohol drug behaviour gg c men deviate from national picture

Alcohol & drug behaviour:GG&C men deviate from national picture


Drug alcohol indicators
Drug & alcohol indicators

Drugs:

consumption

psychiatric hospitalisations

deaths

Alcohol:

consumption

dependency

psychiatric hospitalisations

deaths

Scotland:

reduction in harm with age






Healthy

living

Community

participation

Social

inclusion

Violence

Community

safety &

trust

General

health

Financial

security

Physical

Environ.

Learning &

Develop-

ment

Social

networks

& support

Working

life

Discrim-

ination

Contextual factors


Healthy

living

Community

participation

Social

inclusion

Violence

Community

safety &

trust

General

health

Financial

security

Physical

Environ.

Learning &

Develop-

ment

Social

networks

& support

Working

life

Discrim-

ination

Contextual factors



Involvedin their community

Influence their community

Volunteer

18%

24%

20%

No sub-population > 26%






Alcohol consumption:

8 units

(on heaviest drinking day)

Healthy eating:

20%

(achieve target)

Physical

activity:

41%

(achieve target)


Small area analysis
Small area analysis

Local authority (n=26 indicators)

Intermediate zones (n=9)


9%

21%

26%


32%

23%

30%

26%


31%

24%

24%






Women and older individuals in GG&C fall behind their counterparts in the rest of Scotland:

Life satisfaction

self reported health

social support and

incapacity benefit claiming


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