Presenting local inequalities when commissioning for Public Health Outcomes
PHE ePoster Library. Cornish P. Sep 12, 2017; 186600; 231
Peter Cornish
Peter Cornish
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Abstract PHE South East Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service (LKIS) and Centre have developed standardised briefings for local authorities and partners, to demonstrate Health Inequalities at a local level and deliver real changes in local conversations. Responding to a request from Directors of Public Health (DPHs), PHE produced an interactive tool to generate briefings for each Local Authority, in a format convenient for local users. PHE:• Analysed data from PHE's Local Health tool (www.localhealth.org.uk) to demonstrate ward level variation for outcomes locally associated with income deprivation• Produced easy-read briefings for public health professionals to present to lay audiences, including infographics, charts and maps• Distributed briefings (and the interactive tool with which to produce them) to local authorities in the South East• Trained local public health teams to develop additional briefings for their districts and boroughs• Developed STP-level inequalities briefings to support their Prevention work streamsThe briefings have been shared throughout the South East and are being replicated across England. Feedback shows they have been used:• with councillors to support conversations about inequalities locally and raise these as priorities• within DPH annual reports and Joint Strategic Needs Assessments• within STP footprints to demonstrate areas of higher need associated with income deprivation• by PHE, local authorities and partners to reprioritise PHE's local offer of supportThis work is new and innovative, helping PHE to meet its duty in identifying and reducing inequalities at a local level.
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