Community Planning

in Scotland

Delivered by

nhs health scotland

Data, analysis and evidence

Advice and information

The Community Planning Outcomes Profile aims to provide better and more consistent data to CPP boards to support them in the assessment, interpretation, understanding and prioritisation within communities.

Summary

Community Planning Outcomes Profile

NHS National Services Scotland provide support in relation to compiling and using the potential of Scotland’s national health and care datasets.  This includes supporting decision makers with information, intelligence and tools to assist in planning and managing local health and care services.

Summary

NHS National Services website

https://nhsnss.org/services/data-intelligence/

Location

Tom McHugh

Specialist, Customer Programmes

NHS National Services Scotland

tom.mchugh@nhs.net

 

Stewart Robison

Customer Engagement Officer

NHS National Services Scotland

stewart.robison@nhs.net

Contact

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Data Intelligence

GoWell is a research and learning programme that aims to investigate the impact of investment in housing, regeneration and neighbourhood renewal in Glasgow on the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and communities.

Summary

GoWell

Self service tools / data

This is designed to help councils and their partners carry out more effective and formalised business analysis. The Framework offers bite-size learning materials, including templates, guidance notes and tutorials, to assist councils and their partners in the analytical phase of business change projects. Tools and techniques within the framework include: demand analysis, process mapping, gap analysis, risk assessment, impact analysis and requirements documentation.

Summary

Business Analysis Framework

The tool allows local areas to model the health and inequality impacts of a range of 'upstream' and 'downstream' policies and interventions. Different targeting strategies can be modelled as can disinvestments and some interventions.

Summary

Informing investment to reduce inequalities

The Improving Local Outcome Indicators Project (ILOIP) exists to assist those involved in CPPs to identify and access the most relevant suite of outcome indicators for use in their Single Outcome Agreements (SOA).

Summary

Menu of Local Outcome Indicators

The ScotPHO website provides data on a wide range of health outcomes and the determinants of health for local areas. There are also a range of tools, methodological and research papers, guides to data sources and other forms of support available.

Summary

Scottish Public Health Observatory (ScotPHO)

website:

http://scotpho.org.uk/

Location

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Scottish Public Health Observatory (ScotPHO)

The ScotPHO Online Profiles Tool (OPT) provides access to various public health related indicators grouped in a suite of specialist profiles. The tool allows: interactive functionality, selection of geographical areas (e.g. NHS Board, local authority, intermediate zone)and inter-area comparisons using spine charts. The profiles are intended to increase understanding of local health issues and to prompt further investigation, rather than to be used as a performance management tool. The information needs to be interpreted within a local framework; an indicator may be higher or lower in one area compared to another, but local knowledge is needed to understand and interpret differences.

Summary

Scottish Public Health Observatory (ScotPHO)

website:

http://scotpho.org.uk/comparative-health/profiles/online-profiles-tool

Location

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Scottish Health Observatory (ScotPHO) profiles

A range of official statistics about Scotland for information and re-use.

 

Explore the datasets by theme, organisation, or geography. Search for datasets, places or postcodes.

Summary

The Scottish Government manages the system on behalf of all producers of official statistics in Scotland.

 

Scottish Government

Provider

Scottish Government website

http://statistics.gov.scot

Location

statistics.enquiries@gov.scot

0131 244 0442

Contact

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statistics.gov.scot

The Scottish Government's official tool to identify areas of multiple deprivation in Scotland.

Summary

Scottish Government website

http://www.gov.scot/simd

Location

simd@gov.scot

01312447714

Contact

Go to resource

The Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation

The Local Intelligence Support team (LIST) can empower Health and Social Care Partnerships, Community Planning Partnerships and GP Clusters to be ambitious and challenging in the approaches they take, and are ideally placed to work alongside local partners to offer wider access to analytical and information support than would otherwise be available.

 

LIST has matured over the last two years of operation and is now able to showcase the difference a local intelligence-led approach is making, in order to tackle many of the deep-rooted health, social and economic issues that pervade many of our communities.  The LIST service has provided local decision makers with meaningful and actionable intelligence, leading to improved outcomes for service users and patients by using platforms such as Source, DISCOVERY and (soon to be launched) SPIRE.

 

In several areas of the country GP practices are actively involved in successful projects with LIST.  The LIST service is expanding more formally into Primary Care to support Cluster Quality working, in particular intelligence led influence and decision making.  The expanding service will build upon the existing team skills and technical infrastructure.  The long term aspiration is to improve the join up across health and social care and increase the influence on the wider determinants of health through links with community planning partners.

Summary

Local Intelligence Support Team (LIST)

This is planned work.  The Evidence for Action Team within NHS Health Scotland produces synthesised evidence of what works to improve health and reduce health inequalities.  It is planning to engage with CPPs to assess need in this area.

Summary

NHS Health Scotland

 

Provider

Effectiveness evidence

Working in partnership

nhs health scotland

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