The East Midlands Public Health Observatory (EMPHO) and the Trent Cancer Registry have become part of Public Health England (PHE). Staff from these former organisations have transferred into the Knowledge and Intelligence Team (East Midlands) or the National Cancer Registration Service (Trent) within the Directorate of the Chief Knowledge Officer for PHE. more..
Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) profiles
Providing a detailed picture of the burden of cardiovascular diseases, these profiles allow comparison across regions and local areas against a number of indicators, including: prevention, incidence, mortality and treatments. Available for every local authority in England, together with summary profiles for strategic clinical networks.
New Kidney Disease CCG profiles
NHS Kidney Care has published kidney disease profiles covering all 211 CCGs. The profiles are intended to help CCGs and other stakeholders assess local kidney care need and current service levels in order to inform planning. The profiles contain information for each CCG on: observed and expected number of people with chronic kidney disease, clinical management and achievement of chronic kidney disease and kidney disease risk factors, demographic characteristics and predictive factors for kidney disease, prevalence of the risk factors for kidney disease, acute kidney injury, local kidney unit factors and figures, the cost of chronic kidney disease.
Overview of ovarian cancer in England
This report presents the latest time trends, trends by age and deprivation, and regional variations in incidence, mortality and survival for invasive ovarian cancer in England. There is also a separate section on these cases stratified according to their main morphological groups. A Data Briefing highlighting some of the key findings
is also available. The report and briefing should be of interest to all those involved in the commissioning and delivery of services to prevent, diagnose, and treat ovarian cancer.
Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF) Data Tool for England
The PHOF Data Tool for England sets out overarching objectives for public health, the desired outcomes and the indicators that will help us understand how well public health is being improved, protected and the extent to which inequalities are being narrowed over time. The tool contains data for 39 public health indicators split over four domains: Improving the wider determinants of health, Health improvement, Health protection and Healthcare public health and preventing premature mortality. The network of PHOs will be working on further populating the PHOF tool over time as definitions for the remaining indicators are finalised and new data become available.