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Understanding Buckinghamshire

Local profiles

GP Locality Profiles 2016

Profiles have been developed locally describing the specific health needs of the three GP localities that make up Aylesbury Vale Clinical Commissioning Group and the four GP localities that comprise Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Group. The locality profiles include data on the key influences of health and wellbeing, such as levels of deprivation, health related behaviours (such as smoking and physical activity), health outcomes, and use of health care services, in addition to the demographic profile of the population.

Aylesbury Vale Clinical Commissioning Group

Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Group

Maternity Locality Profiles

Maternity profiles are currently in development.

Health Profiles (Nationally published resources)

There are numerous nationally published profiles, reports and data dashboards showing trends and performance published by Public Health England and NHS England, which can be used to get a picture of the health and wellbeing of populations in Buckinghamshire. These are available to download for different topic areas through the Public Health England’s data gateway. Some of these are listed below:

Public Health Profiles

Children and Young People’s Profile

Health Protection Profiles

CCG Profiles

Clinical Profiles

Adult Social Care Profiles – Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework

Tools

Last reviewed: 19/05/2016

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