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Understanding Buckinghamshire

Local Profiles and Analysis Summaries

National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) Analysis Summary 2016/17

The NCMP measures the height and weight of children aged 4-5 and 10-11 years each year in primary schools in England. This NCMP Analysis analysis gives a summary for children in Buckinghamshire using the latest data from 2016/17.

Physical Activity Profile 2018

The Physical Activity profile supports The Buckinghamshire Physical Activity Strategy 2018-2023 and provides information about levels of physical activity and summarises indicators of health and wellbeing in Bucks and the four district council areas.

Buckinghamshire Local Area Forum Public Health Profiles 2017

These profiles summarise important indicators of health and wellbeing in Buckinghamshire’s 19 Local Area Forums. The profiles include data on the demographic profile of the population, health related lifestyles, life expectancy, and a range of other public health indicators, and identifies public health priorities in each area. The profiles have been developed by Public Health.

GP Locality Profiles 2017

These 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. The profiles have been developed by Public Health.

Aylesbury Vale

Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Group

Last reviewed: 20/06/2018

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