The Cambridgeshire JSNA process uses a client group approach as opposed to thematic, focusing on understanding the health and well-being needs of discrete population or client groups.
To date the Cambridgeshire JSNA is made up of twelve chapters. Each chapter may have many linked documents that are referenced within them.
The current JSNA reports are listed in the left hand menu.
As the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment is an ongoing programme of work, for information on the chapters that are currently being developed, see the ‘What’s new?’ section of this website.