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Health Protection

Local JSNA and Health Protection (see also Environmental Health)

With partners in the local Health Protection Group and lead officers for Environmental Health we are producing JSNA content to describe the local story of need for Wirral residents in relation to Health Protection and to support the raising of awareness of the issues that relate to Health Protection.

The local Health Protection Group is chaired by the Director of Public Health and includes lead members with responsibility for health protection from Wirral Council, NHS England, Public Health England and Wirral Clinical Commissioning Group. The group has a strategic focus on system leadership, assurance and risk management for health protection across Wirral. The group is rresponsible for presenting this 'local story of need' in the JSNA

This includes:

Just published 

2016/17 Health Care Acquired Infection Surveillance Report (May 2017) 

Previously published
2015/16 Health Protection Group Annual Report (July 2016) 

Also see:

  • Environmental Health - Air Quality (June 2016)
  • Environmental Health - Food Safety (July 2016) 
  • Environmental Health - Noise section will be available here in the near future

Health Protection related content
Public Health England - Health Protection Profile for Wirral 
Cheshire, Warrington, Wirral Screening and Immunisation Annual Report 2013/2014 

Vaccines throughout life infographic
Infographic summarising the protection that vaccines provide throughout life for a range of diseases can be accessed on the website

Environmental Health related content 

Takeaway for a Change (Local Wirral collaborative work with Public Health)
A collaborative Wirral pilot project to encourage behavioural change within families by raising awareness of and improving attitudes towards healthier options available at local fast food outlets

Food Standards Agency - Latest Enforcement Data by Local Authority Area

Every breath we take: the lifelong impact of air pollution Royal College of Physicians (March 2016)
This report, jointly published with the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, examines the impact of exposure to air pollution across the course of a lifetime. The report offers a number of major reform proposals setting out what must be done to tackle the problem of air pollution. Access the Royal College of Physicians website for more information. 

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