Resources: Data

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Population data for children and young people

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Data packs to support London areas drafting sustainability and transformation plans. They will be extended and adapted following user feedback. Items below include general data describing CCG population’s of children and young people and larger population groupings plus some population health behaviours.

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London social prescribing dashboard

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Our interactive dashboard shows the potential cost benefits for social prescribing and expert patient programmes in London.  These are localised population health analysis tools, including heat maps, developed to support planning and implementation of social prescribing in London. Use the tools to explore potential savings created by using social prescribing initiatives. Go to the online […]

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Mental health dashboard guide and FAQs

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The London Mental Health Dashboard seamlessly brings together a wide range of sources, creating a one-stop data shop that is a reliable and timely resource for mental health across London. It is a transformational tool that aims to monitor and support the main strategic priorities of London’s mental health system. Go directly to the London Mental Health Dashboard We […]

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Charlson co-morbidity index score workbook

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Our Transforming Cancer Services Team’s clinicians, in partnership with Public Health England, have researched the demographic variation of people living in London with serious co-morbidities (that involved an inpatient stay) at the time of their cancer diagnosis.  People who are diagnosed with cancer may often have other diseases or long term conditions. These comorbidities can […]

Patient experience survey

Population data for children and young people

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Data packs about children and young people to support London sustainability and transformation planning. Included is general data describing clinical commissioning group (CCG) children and young people populations, larger population groupings and some population health behaviours.