- Children & Young People JSNA
This report draws on local research and reports, compares local data with meaningful benchmarks, and evidence from a number of sources. It seeks to build on existing good practice locally and to learn from practice elsewhere.
Public Health England (PHE) publishes Child and Maternal Health Profiles. These profiles bring together a range of publicly available data, information, tools and resources on child and maternal health into one easily accessible hub. The latest Child Health Profile for Oldham was published in March 2019 and can be viewed here.
The LAIT is an interactive spreadsheet for comparing data about children and young people across all local authorities in England.
Healthwatch Oldham gathered the views and experiences of pregnant women and their partners who attended the Royal Oldham Hospital (ROH) Antenatal Clinic as part of their pregnancy care. This report outlines their findings.
Please click on the links below to access further information on a range of child and maternal health topics:
- Accidents & injuries
- Childhood Immunisations
- Infant & child mortality
- Looked after children (LAC)
- Mental health & emotional wellbeing
- Oral health
- Special educational needs & disabilities (SEND)
- Weight, food & nutrition
- Young carers
- Young people’s sexual health
- Young people’s substance misuse