2015/16 JSNA - Summary Report

Closed 16 Feb 2016

Opened 28 Jan 2016

Feedback Updated 16 May 2016

We Asked

We asked you to review the draft findings of the 2015-16 JSNA before we completed the review and the Health and Wellbeing Board adopted the findings.

You Said

We received more than 80 responses to this consulation, you rated each of our 14 topic briefings and summary report positively, as providng a good summary of the current state of health and wellbeing in Stockport and adding to the eivdence base. You also provided specific feedback including corrections and suggestions for additional evidence.

We Did

We made amendments to each of the briefings and used these to inform our overall prioritisation. We have now completed the 2015/16 JSNA and have published the final briefings and priorities at www.stockportjsna.org.uk

Overview

Every three years Stockport's Health and Wellbeing Board undertakes an in-depth review of health and social care needs in Stockport to inform our strategies and service plans; this is called the Stockport JSNA (Joint Strategic Needs Assessment).

 

Why We Are Consulting

We want to consult local commissioners, staff and service users to ensure that our latest assessment includes evidence from all the local experts and truly reflects the needs of our local population.

This is the first draft of the overall summary document, which we want you to review  and comment on, so that we can ensure that the final JSNA is as complete as possible.

What Happens Next

Your views will be used to inform the final version of the JSNA in which will be published by the Stockport Health and Wellbeing Board in February 2016.

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Audiences

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