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Key findings

Wirral JSNA Alcohol Section (June 2018)
Latest publication of updated data and content that informs local 

View the latest Wirral Local Alcohol Profile and Wirral Alcohol Strategy 2015 - 2020 (part of Wirral Plan)

Alcohol Chapter 
(Last updated December 2013. Awaiting update with PH Lead for Alcohol)

Wirral Cumulative Impact Policy Area: Evidence presented by Public Health in support of a CIP for alcohol in Wirral (February 2017)

JSNA Support Pack for Alcohol 
(December 2017) includes

Also see JSNA Support Packs for Drugs, Tobacco Control and Young people’s substance misuse (December 2017)

Further Information 

Wirral Smoking and Alcohol Prevalence Survey (April 2017)

In November 2016 Wirral Borough Council commissioned Praxis to conduct a survey to update their database of information relating to smoking prevalence and patterns of alcohol consumption in the 20% most deprived areas of Wirral. This report summarises the findings of this survey, including analysis of trends and comparison with previous smoking prevalence surveys (the first baseline survey was carried out in 2009).

In total 2,902 interviews were successfully completed, from a pool of 5,000 residential addresses – a response rate of 58%. Interviews took place during November and December 2016 with a small number being completed in January 2017

2015 LAPE (Local Alcohol Profiles for England) for Wirral can be viewed on the Public Health England website or to view the report select this PDF

Healthier Lives: Alcohol & Drugs Profile for Wirral (March 2015) 

Alcohol and drug misuse prevention and treatment guidance - GOV.UK
Information and other resources to support commissioners, service providers and others providing alcohol and drug interventions. Healthcare professionals can use these guidance documents, information and resources to help with providing and improving alcohol and drug misuse prevention and treatment services.

Integrated Monitoring System Annual Report Cheshire and Merseyside 2013/14
(Produced by Centre for Public Health at Liverpool John Moores University)
This publication is the first report for the IMS (Integrated Monitoring System), which includes information previously reported in the “Alcohol Treatment in Cheshire and Merseyside” and IAD (Inter-­-Agency Database) NSP (Needle and Syringe Programme) reports, alongside information on drug and alcohol use in the region. 

Also see Liver Disease (November 2014) 

Alcohol-related liver disease ‘hotspots’ charted 

Liverpool John Moores University Alcohol Needs Assessment for Wirral 2012

Other key information sources for you to consider:

Health and social care outcomes frameworks (Collection)
Public Health England Data and Knowledge Gateway
NHS Digital
Child and Maternal Health