In this section
Information about the purpose of Norfolk’s JSNA, what it’s used for, how it can help you and how you can contribute.

What is the purpose of the JSNA?

  • The JSNA will describe population demographics and health indicators for Norfolk.
  • The JSNA will provide predictive analysis as to the anticipated changes based on the underlying population demographics and prevalence factors.

What is the JSNA & what is it used for?

The Health and Social Care Act 2012 requires the Health and Wellbeing board to be responsible for producing a JSNA for their area.

The JSNA provides a picture of the health and wellbeing of the people, needs, inequalities and prevention opportunities with the aim of informing across all areas of health and wellbeing.

The JSNA provides an evidence base for the board alongside their strategy. This evidence base provides a central resource for commissioners and funding applications. Alongside this it provides demographics and on population levels and need profiles.

How can the evidence held in the JSNA help me?

By providing this evidence base the JSNA can help answer questions which you or your partners may have through a shared resource and understanding. Providing information and content in a variety of ways the JSNA gives narrative analysis alongside dashboards of data such as Health and Wellbeing profiles at different geography levels.

How can I support or contribute to the JSNA?

For professional we ask that you complete the Request content form.

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