Joint strategic needs assessment (JSNA)

A JSNA summarises the needs of the population. It provides an evidence base for commissioners and to inform strategies, notably the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy.

2022

The 2022 JSNA is the result of a collaboration between Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge (BHR) with the aim of producing a JSNA which is consistent across the developing BHR Integrated Care System.

JSNA profiles for Barking and Dagenham (PDF, 5.2MB)

An interactive tool has been created to support the use of the data within the JSNA profiles.  Instructions for using the tool can be found within the user guide.

2020 JSNA

The 2020 JSNA is the result of a collaboration between Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge (BHR) with the aim of producing a JSNA which is consistent across the developing BHR Integrated Care System. JSNA profiles for the three constituent boroughs can be found here.

An interactive tool has been created to support the use of the data within the JSNA profiles.  Instructions for using the tool can be found within the user guide.

2018 JSNA

The 2018 JSNA is based on three presentations to workshops informing the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy that took place in July 2018. As such, it is a themed JSNA, using the same three themes as the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy.

JSNA 2018 executive summary (PDF, 476 KB)

JSNA 2018 report (PDF, 2.5 MB)

Previous years

JSNA 2017 executive summary (PDF, 911.35 KB)

JSNA 2017 report (PDF, 1.67 MB)

JSNA 2016 key recommendations (PDF, 243.09 KB)

Contact

Contact us if you have any comments or queries regarding the contents of the JSNA or the process for future refreshes.

publichealthintelligence@lbbd.gov.uk