Health and wellbeing reports
Health and wellbeing reports
Annual reports, social care statements and health needs assessments on relevant topics, produced outside of the JSNA process.
Additional statistics and data reports are available in the Bristol JSNA statistics and data web pages.
Overarching health reports
This report presents a summary of key demographic and health indicators for Bristol. It presents some opportunity points for intervention to prevent, protect and grow health and in particular, to reduce inequality.
The Case for Change describes the local context, the changing health and care needs, and the key health and wellbeing challenges facing the BNSSG health and social care system.
A Picture of Health? draws on a growing body of research evidence about the key factors which contribute to men’s health and wellbeing outcomes. It underlines important aspects of men’s health related behaviour.
PNAs identify the existing services in the area on a pharmaceutical list and map and compare the level of provision with the demand of local people.
Oral health needs assessment for the South West.
Wider determinants of health
Prison health and social care needs assessment (pdf, 2MB) (opens new window) (opens new window)
NHS England (Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire) commissioned this assessment for HMP Bristol in 2015. It will help agree priorities and allocate resources to improve healthcare and reduce inequalities.
This report summarises the significant progress that has been made in securing effective partnerships that have strengthened health protection arrangements in Bristol.
This report seeks to provide analysis from a Public Health perspective to paint a picture of the current musculoskeletal landscape to inform future musculoskeletal commissioning and service provision.
We aim to use market position statements to work with providers and other partners to make sure the right services are in place.
The Adult Social Care Strategic Plan 2016 to 2020 shows how we'll approach adult social care over the next four years.
Children and young people
This four year strategy covers all services for children, young people and families across the whole of Bristol.
Healthwatch is the official framework through which local people can have their say about health and social care services.
Healthwatch have published a very useful policy briefing on Working with your local JSNA (pdf, 219KB) (opens new window) . This guide explains how Healthwatch can engage effectively with their Joint Strategic Needs Assessment.
All the Healthwatch reports are accessible through the Healthwatch Bristol reports page.
Recent examples include:
- Healthwatch Bristol Annual Report 2019/20 (pdf, 2.8MB) (opens new window)
- Experience of services for stopping smoking in pregnancy (pdf, 938KB) (opens new window)
- Mental Health in Bristol (pdf, 468KB) (opens new window)
- Understanding access in schools to Mental Health support 2019 (pdf, 1.1MB) (opens new window)
- Healthwatch Report: The Impact of COVID–19 Social Care Services at Home (pdf, 1.3MB) (opens new window)
Academic research and reports
Bristol Health Partners is addressing the major public health imperatives and disease areas in the city.
PolicyBristol brings together policy-relevant work from across the University to make it more accessible.