Joint Strategic Needs Assessment and reports

Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)

The Health and Wellbeing Board leads and approves our Joint Strategic Needs Assessment, which sets out the health and wellbeing needs for Northamptonshire.

This information is used by the NHS, councils and others. It contains a great deal of information, and can be found on the Northamptonshire Analysis website.

Report from the Director of Public Health in Northamptonshire

Every year the Director of Public Health in Northamptonshire publishes his view of the health and wellbeing of the population of Northamptonshire.

2014/15 report

2013/14 report

Health and Wellbeing Board annual report

The work of the Health and Wellbeing Board is summarised each year in our annual report.

View Health and Wellbeing Board meetings live using our webcasts portal.

Updated budget timeline 2018/19

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Save someone in need. Give the gift of life.

If you needed an organ transplant would you have one? We’re campaigning with NHS Blood and Transplant to educate young people about #OrganDonation. M...

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Signing up to NHS register as a young person means that someday you could save lives as a donor—by leaving behind the gift of life. Help save someone ...

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Breast Cancer - Be Clear on Cancer

Today, Public Health England are launching their Be Clear on Cancer ‘breast cancer in women over 70’ campaign. If you've noticed changes to your breas...

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Over the next few days we will be sharing quotes from some of the older children in care and the difference their foster carers have made to them. Co...

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Northamptonshire Shared Lives service for vulnerable adults rated outstanding

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test highways news release
31/08/2016 22:00
Northamptonshire County Council’s Cabinet will next month (September 6th) discuss plans to add an additional 105 new places at Wollaston Community Primary School.
31/08/2016 22:00
This summer’s Women’s Tour was watched by a record-breaking 80,000 people in Northamptonshire – 12,500 more than last year.