Would you like to help build important research about healthy, sustainable food in the UK?

Research opportunity with the University of Oxford We are a research team from Universities in Oxford, Southampton, Leeds and London with a vision of ensuring the UK provides good food for everyone. We are looking for people to join our panel of curious and creative members of the public who we will call on to … Continue reading Would you like to help build important research about healthy, sustainable food in the UK?

JSNA: People in Oxfordshire claiming unemployment benefits for May 2020

DWP have published claimant count (unemployment benefits) data for May 2020 and there is an updated bitesize publication available on Oxfordshire Insight. This shows… As of May 2020, there was a total of 17,500 claimants of unemployment benefits in Oxfordshire.  This was 5,350 above the previous month (12,150 in April 2020). Between March 2020 and … Continue reading JSNA: People in Oxfordshire claiming unemployment benefits for May 2020

Research: University of Oxford – Study on COVID-19 needs volunteers to participate from their home

Researchers from the University of Oxford are conducting a study to determine how common coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is in the UK community. We are looking for volunteers aged 18 years or older who have never been diagnosed with COVID-19 to participate from their home. For eligibility requirements and more information please visit oxonvolunteers.org/University of Oxford … Continue reading Research: University of Oxford – Study on COVID-19 needs volunteers to participate from their home

JSNA: Updated Health and Wellbeing profile for Carterton

The health and wellbeing profile for Carterton has been updated with the latest data, mainly affecting the sections on the Indices of Deprivation, resident population and health indicators.  This latest version also now includes data on child obesity (see attached). You can find this profile and others on the ”Places” page of Oxfordshire Insight.

JSNA – Bitesize publication on Dementia now available on Oxfordshire Insight

A new JSNA Bitesize (one page) publication on dementia is now available on Oxfordshire Insight Bitesize_dementia The bitesize shows that: Between 2017/18 and 2018/19, the number of people (of all ages) registered with dementia at GP practices in Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group increased from 5,579 to 5,869. The prevalence of dementia in Oxfordshire increased from … Continue reading JSNA – Bitesize publication on Dementia now available on Oxfordshire Insight

JSNA – Updated Health and Wellbeing profile for Banbury

The health and wellbeing profile for Banbury has been updated with the latest data, mainly affecting the sections on the Indices of Deprivation, resident population and health indicators.  The latest profile also now includes data on child obesity (see attached).  You can find this profile and others on the ”Places” page of Oxfordshire Insight. BanburyJSNAprofileNov19

JSNA: New publication on health and care of people with learning disabilities

A new JSNA Bitesize (one page) publication on health and care of people with learning disabilities is now available on Oxfordshire Insight The bitesize shows the most recent data for Oxfordshire from NHS Digital and findings include: There are 2,040 people registered at GP practices in Oxfordshire with a learning disability; Life expectancy for people … Continue reading JSNA: New publication on health and care of people with learning disabilities

JSNA – Dataset on prevalence of diagnosed common health conditions in Oxfordshire

The Public Health team at Oxfordshire County Council has just finished a major update to the GP recorded conditions section of the Oxfordshire Public Health Surveillance Dashboard to incorporate data from the newly released Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) published 24th October 2019. This dataset tells us the prevalence of diagnosed common health conditions for people … Continue reading JSNA – Dataset on prevalence of diagnosed common health conditions in Oxfordshire

Research into Mental Health across different cultures needs people over 50 to take part

Are you 50 years or older? Would you like to take part in some research to help us understand mental health across different cultures?  Information Sheet: Info sheet about research - community Potential benefits of taking part: ü Get people thinking more about mental health ü Will help us learn more about people from different backgrounds  ü £1.00 … Continue reading Research into Mental Health across different cultures needs people over 50 to take part

JSNA: Data on the 2019 Indices of Multiple Deprivation for Oxfordshire

JSNA Bitesize on the 2019 Indices of Multiple Deprivation is now available on Oxfordshire Insight showing that.. Oxfordshire is the 10th least deprived of 151 upper-tier local authorities in England (similar to the rank of 11th out of 152 upper-tier LAs in 2015). Since the last release in 2015, Cherwell has become relatively more deprived … Continue reading JSNA: Data on the 2019 Indices of Multiple Deprivation for Oxfordshire