New Annual Report of the Director of Public Health
The Director of Public Health in every local authority in England is required to produce an annual report on the health of their residents.
This report considers those issues affecting Hampshire’s population that result in poor health over time and early, but often avoidable, reliance on healthcare and social care services. Often, a few minor lifestyle changes would mean that people could spend a far greater proportion of their life as years of healthy life, avoiding the need to access health and social care.
- Reducing Serious Violence
Reducing Serious Violence – Annual Report of Director of Public Health 2018-19
Despite Hampshire being a relatively safe place to live, the numbers of violent incidents are increasing. Every incident has a devastating impact on the individuals involved, their families and communities. A public health approach to reducing violence helps us to explore what we know about violence locally, identify where we can intervene to prevent it, and to develop and scale up these interventions.
This report highlights the significant amount of work going on across Hampshire to reduce serious violence and includes recommendations for further action.
- Shaping Place to improve health outcomes
Shaping Place to improve health outcomes – Annual Report of Director of Public Health 2017-18
This year’s report considers wider aspects of place that support a healthy living environment across the life course of people in Hampshire. It identifies ways to improve access to natural spaces, promote active lifestyles and enhance our food environment.
Using the latest data to explore the issues in Hampshire, the report considers what more can be done to shape places to improve health outcomes.
- Previous Annual Reports of Director of Public Health
- Annual Report of Director of Public Health 2016-17
- Annual Report of the Director of Public Health 2014 to 2015 (Published September 2015)
- Annual Report of the Director of Public Health 2013 to 2014 (Published October 2014)
- Joint Strategic Needs Assessments
More information on the health needs of Hampshire’s population can be found in Hampshire’s Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)