Joseph Rowntree Foundation: UK Poverty 2024

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Joseph Rowntree Foundation: UK Poverty 2024

UK Poverty uses a range of data sources and insights to build up a comprehensive picture of the current state of poverty across the UK. As poverty can lead to negative impacts at all stages of life, this report tells us who is worst affected, how levels have changed over time and what the future prospects might be.

Key Points Covered

  • Poverty has increased, close to pre-pandemic levels
  • Cost of living crisis continues to bite
  • What can be done?
  • Poverty across the UK
  • The future remains deeply worrying
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Institute of Health Equity: Health Inequalities, Lives Cut Short

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Institute of Health Equity: Health Inequalities, Lives Cut Short

This new report from the Institute of Health Equity (IHE) confirms that a million people in 90% of areas in England lived shorter lives than they should between 2011 and the start of the pandemic. Using several published ONS data sources, the IHE made these calculations from the number of excess deaths (the increase in the number of deaths beyond that would be expected) in the decade from 2011 in England.

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Introduction to the Lincolnshire JSNA Webinar

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Introduction to the Lincolnshire JSNA Webinar

The JSNA provides insight into local populations’ current and future health and care needs, and was published in March 2023 on the Lincolnshire Health Intelligence Hub.

This webinar, which covered the structure of the new JSNA, provided tips for navigating the site, along with practical examples for how it may be used in commissioning, bid writing etc., was presented on 06 June 2023. 

The Webinar Covers:

  • What the JSNA is and how users might apply it to their work
  • New features of the 2023 version
  • How to access and navigate the LHIH and JSNA
  • How to contribute to the JSNA
  • Feedback from user experience and attendee questions
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