Economy JSNA Bulletins

01 March 2017

Four Economy JSNA bulletins have been to produced to identify the needs of the Swindon economy now and in 2036. These are: Business Growth, Skills and Education, Land and Infrastructure and Town Centre Regeneration.

Substance Misuse JSNA

28 February 2017

The 2017 Substance Misuse (drugs and alcohol) JSNA has been published on the JSNA website. In addition to the full report there is an 8-page JSNA bulletin summarising the key points and containing the 31 recommendations.

Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy - Evaluation Report

20 January 2017

The indicators for the five priority outcomes in the 2013-16 Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy have been evaluated to assessess the progress made.

Child Poverty Assessment

30 September 2016

An updated Swindon Child Poverty Assessment has been published which refreshes the key findings and analyses from the original, 2012, version.

Swindon Inequalities Reports

20 September 2016

Two new reports (a research report and a 8-page summary report) have been produced examining inequality in Swindon.

Suicide Audit 2016

20 May 2016

Swindon's Suicide Audit for 2016 has been published on the detailed needs assessment part of this website.


Better Care Fund information: 2016-17 update

06 May 2016

The Better Care Fund (BCF) creates a local single pooled budget to incentivise the NHS and local government to work more closely together.  In Swindon the Fund builds on our successful integration and the Five Year Strategic Plan for Swindon.

TB health needs assessment

06 May 2016

A health needs assessment looking at the prevention, control and treatment of tuberculosis has been published in the detailed needs assessments section of this website.

Indices of Deprivation 2015: reports and analysis

09 March 2016

A wealth of information on the Indices of Deprivation 2015 has been published including 8-page packs for each electoral ward.

Best Start JSNA published

04 March 2016

The Swindon Best Start JSNA bulletin focusing on the needs of around 15,000 children aged 0-4 has been published.

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