Adults JSNA

Adults JSNA

Detailed JSNA reports for adults, including behavioural factors.

Regularly updated data can be found in our JSNA profile page.

HIV Health Needs Assessment 2020 (pdf, 1.5MB) (opens new window) (pdf, 1.5MB) (opens new window)

This report reviews national and local HIV data and outlines current HIV services.  It summarises the latest evidence around prevention and treatment of HIV and explores the views of stakeholders in order to determine the key issues and recommendations for action to address HIV in Bristol.

Perinatal Mental Health JSNA (Public Health BCC) 2019 (pdf, 820KB) (opens new window)

This Joint Strategic Needs Assessment chapter aims to identify the mental health and well-being needs of women and families in Bristol during pregnancy and in the year after birth

Suicide prevention and self-harm 2018 (pdf, 693KB) (opens new window)

This Joint Strategic Needs Assessment chapter was produced in parallel with the Suicide Prevention Strategy for Bristol. It also forms part of the city-wide mental health programme, Thrive Bristol.

Adult Healthy Weight JSNA Chapter (April 2018) (pdf, 444KB) (opens new window)

Being overweight or obese are preventable conditions that are associated with an increased risk of a number of common diseases and causes of premature death, including Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and some cancers.

Women's Health 2017 report (pdf, 515KB) (opens new window)

This chapter is about the health of women in Bristol. It covers a range of topics and is guided by both the Chief Medical Officers (CMO) Women’s Health Report and the Womanifesto from Bristol Women’s Voice.

Alcohol misuse: adults 2017 (pdf, 378KB) (opens new window)

Among those aged 15 to 49 in England, alcohol is now the leading risk factor for ill-health, early mortality and disability and the fifth leading risk factor for ill-health across all age groups.

Sexual Health (2016) (pdf, 2MB) (opens new window)

Sexual health covers the provision of advice and services around contraception, relationships, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV and abortion. Efforts to improve the sexual health of the population are a public health priority.

Cancer (2017) (pdf, 1.7MB) (opens new window)

Early death from cancer and early death from cancers considered to be preventable are both statistically higher in Bristol than the England average. The poorest people in Bristol have the highest cancer early death rates and the rate gets steadily lower as people become less deprived.

Adult Respiratory Disease (2017) (pdf, 1.2MB) (opens new window)

Adult Respiratory Diseases (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG).