Joint Strategic Needs Assessments (JSNAs) analyse the health needs of populations to inform and guide commissioning of health, wellbeing and social care services within local authority areas.
The JSNA process helps identify current and future health and wellbeing needs. This leads to agreed commissioning priorities that will improve outcomes and reduce health inequalities.
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) in Peterborough
The Overarching JSNA 2023 provides an overview of the population and health of our area. You can find the JSNA 2023 on the Cambridgeshire Insight website.
The new interactive style presents narrative, data and comparisons for:
- Age structure and population (includes changes from 2011, migration, country of birth, births and fertility rates)
- Ethnicity and languages
- Predicted future change
- Inequality groups
- Life expectancy and healthy life expectancy
- Mortality and premature mortality
- Disease and poor health
There are four key facts and high-level recommendations available in the JSNA 2023 on the Cambridgeshire Insight website.
Health and Wellbeing Strategy
JSNAs contribute towards the evidence base that informs the decisions taken by our Health and Wellbeing Board to improve the health and wellbeing of everyone in Peterborough.
JSNA theme reports
We have kept the theme reports published for anyone who would like to use the evidence in them.