Health and Wellbeing in Solihull

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) provides the key findings about health and wellbeing in Solihull and the wider determinants of health that affect our residents.

Our annual JSNA summary provides the latest health and wellbeing evidence for Solihull and highlights the key challenges facing the borough. The 2018/19 Solihull JSNA can be downloaded in full or as an infographic:

This summary is supported by a rolling programme of in depth topic reports looking at particular health conditions or population groups at risk of poorer health and wellbeing. Our latest JSNA deep dives are available here.

Building on the evidence provided by the JSNA, the Solihull Health and Wellbeing Strategy outlines our key priorities and the actions we are taking to meet Solihull’s health & wellbeing needs.

The Public Health Annual Report describes what we are doing to reduce health inequality in Solihull.

National Data Sources

Public Health England Fingertips allow users to compare local health and wellbeing data against national and regional averages. Key summary reports include:

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