Annual Public Health Report

 

Annual Public Health Report

The Director of Public Health has a statutory duty to produce an annual public health report looking at the health of the community in which they work.  These reports are aimed at the general public as well as Councillors and health professionals and are a key opportunity to engage the community and health professionals with key issues affecting the local area.  Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council have a joint Director of Public Health, Dr Jyoti Atri, and a report is produced for each area.

Cambridgeshire

The Cambridgeshire Annual Public Health Report 2019 focusses on the new Index of Deprivation (IoD) (2019), which reviews the social, economic and environmental circumstances of communities nationally. Since there is a very close relationship between social and economic deprivation and poor health, information in the IoD (2019) is key to understanding the health and wellbeing of Cambridgeshire residents.

The second focus of the report is an update on recent trends in the lifestyles and health behaviours of local residents, which are likely to impact on future health and wellbeing.

 

Peterborough

The Peterborough Annual Public Health Report 2019 focusses on the new Index of Deprivation (IoD) (2019), which reviews the social, economic and environmental circumstances of communities nationally. Since there is a very close relationship between social and economic deprivation and poor health, information in the IoD (2019) is key to understanding the health and wellbeing of Peterborough residents.

The second focus of the report is an update on recent trends in the lifestyles and health behaviours of local residents, which are likely to impact on future health and wellbeing.

Previous Reports

Peterborough 

The Peterborough Annual Public Health Report, 2018 focuses on two topics where new information is available. For the first time, the national Health Profile for England (2018) includes achapter about Health and Early Years and Section 2 of this report reviews similar information for Peterborough about the health and development of children aged under five.

Cambridgeshire

The Cambridgeshire Annual Public Health Report 2018 focuses on two topics where new information is available. For the first time, the national Health Profile for England (2018) includes a chapter about Health and Early Years and Section 2 of this report reviews similar information for Cambridgeshire about the health and development of children aged under five.

The Cambridgeshire Annual Public Health Report, 2017 concentrates on the wider social and environmental factors affecting our health and wellbeing, and key lifestyle and health behaviours.

The Cambridgeshire Annual Public Health Report 2015/16 looked at health issues at a local level, providing a series of ‘health maps’ of the county broken down into individual electoral wards.  It also provides brief case studies of what can be done at community level to support healthy lifestyles and wellbeing.

The Cambridgeshire Annual Public Health Report 2014/15 looked at changes and trends in public health outcomes over recent years. Understanding which outcomes are improving and which are deteriorating helps to identify emerging problems and target resources to address them.

Annual Public Annual Health report 2013-2014

Peterborough

Previous reports for Peterborough can be found at: https://www.peterborough.gov.uk/healthcare/public-health/annual-public-health-report/

Cambridgeshire_and_peterborough - Health - UTLA

This report is available for the following features:

Cambridgeshire_and_peterborough - Health - UTLA - Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire
The health of people in our communities faces a range of complex and linked challenges, such as the increase in people living with chronic illness and long-term illness linked to our ageing society, and growing health inequalities. This report displays data on health and well-being in Cambridgeshire.
Health at a glance...
1%
Population with
very bad health
(2011)
Healthy life expectancy
at birth for males
()
Healthy life expectancy
at birth for females
()
General health and wellbeing| Cambridgeshire
Self-reported health
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Very good health: 47.2 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Good health: 34.2 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Fair health: 13.1 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Bad health: 4.2 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Very bad health: 1.2 #color:0x827676 East of England  Very good health: 47.2 #color:0x827676 East of England  Good health: 35.2 #color:0x827676 East of England  Fair health: 12.9 #color:0x827676 East of England  Bad health: 3.6 #color:0x827676 East of England  Very bad health: 1 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Very good health: 49.4 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Good health: 34.7 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Fair health: 11.8 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Bad health: 3.2 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Very bad health: 0.9 Self-reported health in Cambridgeshire for 2011
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
Count%Count%Count%
Very bad health5,4530.960,3831660,7491.2
Bad health19,7153.2212,8303.62,250,4464.2
Fair health73,38611.8752,32412.96,954,09213.1
Good health215,74634.72,060,15735.218,141,45734.2
Very good health306,91049.42,761,27147.225,005,71247.2
General health is a self-assessment of a person's general state of health. People were asked to assess whether their health was very good, good, fair, bad or very bad. This assessment is not based on a person's health over any specified period of time.
Day-to-day activity limited
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Day-to-day activities not limited: 82.4 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Day-to-day activities limited a little: 9.3 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Day-to-day activities limited a lot: 8.3 #color:0x827676 East of England  Day-to-day activities not limited: 83.3 #color:0x827676 East of England  Day-to-day activities limited a little: 9.3 #color:0x827676 East of England  Day-to-day activities limited a lot: 7.4 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Day-to-day activities not limited: 84.7 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Day-to-day activities limited a little: 8.8 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Day-to-day activities limited a lot: 6.5 Persons with limited day-to-day activity in Cambridgeshire for 2011
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
Count%Count%Count%
Day-to-day activities limited a lot40,6216.5434,1687.44,405,3948.3
Day-to-day activities limited a little54,4068.8542,3469.34,947,1929.3
Day-to-day activities not limited526,18384.74,870,45183.343,659,87082.4
People were asked to assess whether their daily activities were limited a lot or a little by a health problem, or whether their daily activities were not limited at all.
Self-reported wellbeing
Self-reported wellbeing for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
ONS measure individual/subjective wellbeing based on four questions included on the Integrated Household Survey:
  • Overall, how satisfied are you with your life nowadays?
  • Overall, how happy did you feel yesterday?
  • Overall, how anxious did you feel yesterday?
  • Overall, to what extent do you feel the things you do in your life are worthwhile?
Children and Young People's Health| Cambridgeshire
General fertility rate
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  General fertility rate - females aged 15-44 yrs: 57.747 #color:0x827676 East of England  General fertility rate - females aged 15-44 yrs: 60.74 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  General fertility rate - females aged 15-44 yrs: 56.215 General fertility rate for Cambridgeshire for 2019
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
CountPer 1,000CountPer 1,000CountPer 1,000
General fertility rate - Female - 15-44 yrs6,64856.267,40960.7610,50557.7
Breastfeeding initiation rate
Breastfeeding initiation rate for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
Count
The breastfeeding initiation rate measures the percentage of mothers who give their babies breast milk in the first 48 hours after delivery.
Under 18 conceptions
Under 18 conceptions for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
Count
Smoking status at time of delivery
% of women who smoke at time of delivery for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
Count
Low birth weight of term babies
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  % of all live births at term with low birth weight: 2.819 #color:0x827676 East of England  % of all live births at term with low birth weight: 2.504 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  % of all live births at term with low birth weight: 2.492 % of all live births at term with low birth weight for Cambridgeshire for 2017
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
Count%Count%Count%
% of all live births at term with low birth weight1582.51,6042.516,5342.8
This is live births with a recorded birth weight under 2500g and a gestational age of at least 37 complete weeks as a percentage of all live births with recorded birth weight and a gestational age of at least 37 complete weeks.
Prevalence of overweight (including obese) among children
Child excess weight for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
Count
Children are classified as overweight (including obese) if their BMI is on or above the 85th centile of the British 1990 growth reference (UK90) according to age and sex.
Fruit and vegetable consumption at age 15
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Average number of portions of vegetables consumed daily (WAY survey): 2.4 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Average number of portions of fruit consumed daily (WAY survey): 2.39 #color:0x827676 East of England  Average number of portions of vegetables consumed daily (WAY survey): 2.41 #color:0x827676 East of England  Average number of portions of fruit consumed daily (WAY survey): 2.35 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Average number of portions of vegetables consumed daily (WAY survey): 2.48 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Average number of portions of fruit consumed daily (WAY survey): 2.36 Average daily portions of fruit and vegetable consumed at age 15 for Cambridgeshire for 2014/15
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
Average number of portions of fruit consumed daily (WAY survey)2.42.42.4
Average number of portions of vegetables consumed daily (WAY survey)2.52.42.4
Smoking prevalence at age 15
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Occasional smokers: 2.744 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Regular smokers: 5.453 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Current smokers: 8.197 #color:0x827676 East of England  Occasional smokers: 3.211 #color:0x827676 East of England  Regular smokers: 5.677 #color:0x827676 East of England  Current smokers: 8.888 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Occasional smokers: 3.052 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Regular smokers: 5.165 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Current smokers: 8.217 Smoking prevalence at age 15 for Cambridgeshire for 2014/15
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
Current smokers (WAY survey)8.28.98.2
Regular smokers (WAY survey)5.25.75.5
Occasional smokers (WAY survey)3.13.22.7
Hospital admissions caused by unintentional and deliberate injuries in children
Hospital admissions caused by unintentional and deliberate injuries in children for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
Count
Adult's health and lifestyle| Cambridgeshire
Adults classified as overweight or obese
Percentage of adults (aged 18+) classified as overweight or obese for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
Adults are defined as overweight (including obese) if their body mass index (BMI) is greater than or equal to 25kg/m2.
Adult fruit and vegetable consumption
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Average number of portions of vegetables consumed daily (adults): 2.65 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Average number of portions of fruit consumed daily (adults): 2.511 #color:0x827676 East of England  Average number of portions of vegetables consumed daily (adults): 2.675 #color:0x827676 East of England  Average number of portions of fruit consumed daily (adults): 2.525 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Average number of portions of vegetables consumed daily (adults): 2.792 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Average number of portions of fruit consumed daily (adults): 2.524 Average number of portions of fruit and vegetables consumed daily (adults) for Cambridgeshire for 2017/18
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
Average number of portions of fruit consumed daily (16+ years)2.52.52.5
Average number of portions of vegetables consumed daily (16+ yrs)2.82.72.7
Adult physical activity
Percentage of physically active and inactive adults for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
Physically active is defined here as doing at least 150 moderate intensity equivalent (MIE) minutes physical activity per week in bouts of 10 minutes or more in the previous 28 days. Physically inactive is defined as doing less than 30 MIE minutes physical activity per week in bouts of 10 minutes or more in the previous 28 days.
Adult smoking prevalence
Percentage of physically active and inactive adults for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
Count
Successful completion of drug treatment
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Non-opiate users (18-75 yrs): 37.121 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Opiate users (18-75 yrs): 6.713 #color:0x827676 East of England  Non-opiate users (18-75 yrs): 33.885 #color:0x827676 East of England  Opiate users (18-75 yrs): 6.894 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Non-opiate users (18-75 yrs): 33.145 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Opiate users (18-75 yrs): 6.859 Successful completion of drug treatment in adults for Cambridgeshire for 2016
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
Count%Count%Count%
Successful completion of drug treatment - opiate users (18-75 yrs)816.97976.99,9086.7
Successful completion of drug treatment - non-opiate users (18-75 yrs)17633.11,57733.919,71737.1
This is the number of users that left drug treatment successfully (free of drug(s) of dependence) who do not then re-present to treatment again within 6 months as a percentage of the total number of users in treatment.
Adults with a learning disability who live in stable and appropriate accommodation
Adults with a learning disability who live in stable and appropriate accommodation for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
Count
This is the percentage of adults with a learning disability who are known to their local council, who are recorded as living in their own home or with their family.
Disease and poor health| Cambridgeshire
Admission episodes for alcohol-related conditions
Admission episodes for alcohol-related conditions for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
Count
This is admissions to hospital where the primary diagnosis is an alcohol-attributable code or a secondary diagnosis is an alcohol-attributable external cause code, as a directly age standardised rate per 100,000 population.
Emergency hospital admissions for intentional self-harm
Emergency hospital admissions for intentional self-harm for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
Count
Self-harm is defined as an intentional act of self-poisoning or self-injury irrespective of the type of motivation or degree of suicidal intent. However, following an episode of self-harm, there is a significant and persistent risk of suicide which varies markedly between genders and age groups.
Hip fractures in people aged 65 and over
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Females: 767.125 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Males: 367.767 #color:0x827676 East of England  Females: 783.952 #color:0x827676 East of England  Males: 370.577 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Females: 742.513 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Males: 309.056 Hip fractures in people aged 65 and over for Cambridgeshire for 2017/18
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
CountPer 100,000CountPer 100,000CountPer 100,000
Males173309.12,038370.616,805367.8
Females481742.55,11378441,893767.1
This is emergency hospital admission for fractured neck of femur in persons aged 65 and over as a directly age standardised rate per 100,000. Hip fracture is a debilitating condition – only one in three sufferers return to their former levels of independence and one in three ends up leaving their own home and moving to long-term care.
Health related quality of life for adults aged 65 and over
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Average health status score for adults aged 65+: 0.735 #color:0x827676 East of England  Average health status score for adults aged 65+: 0.749 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Average health status score for adults aged 65+: 0.76 Average health status score for adults aged 65 and over for Cambridgeshire for 2016/17
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
Average health status score for adults aged 65+0.80.70.7
Health status is derived from responses to Q34 on the GP Patient's Survey, which asks respondents to describe their health status using the five dimensions of the EuroQuol 5D (EQ-5D) survey instrument:
  • Mobility
  • Self-care
  • Usual activities
  • Pain / discomfort
  • Anxiety / depression
This indicator assesses whether health-related quality of life is changing over time, while controlling for potential measurable confounders (age, sex, long-term conditions, caring responsibility, etc...).
Life expectancy and causes of death| Cambridgeshire
Life expectancy at birth
Life expectancy at birth for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
This is the average number of years a person would expect to live based on contemporary mortality rates. For a particular area and time period, it is an estimate of the average number of years a newborn baby would survive if he or she experienced the age-specific mortality rates for that area and time period throughout his or her life. Figures are calculated from deaths from all causes and mid-year population estimates, based on data aggregated over a three year period.
Healthy life expectancy at birth
Healthy life expectancy at birth for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
This is a measure of the average number of years a person would expect to live in good health based on contemporary mortality rates and prevalence of self-reported good health. The prevalence of good health is derived from responses to a survey question on general health. For a particular area and time period, it is an estimate of the average number of years a newborn baby would live in good general health if he or she experienced the age-specific mortality rates and prevalence of good health for that area and time period throughout his or her life. Figures are calculated from deaths from all causes, mid-year population estimates, and self-reported general health status, based on data aggregated over a three year period.
Mortality rate from causes considered preventable in Cambridgeshire
#color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2015 - 17: 113.044 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2014 - 16: 108.631 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2013 - 15: 109.155 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2012 - 14: 111.586 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2011 - 13: 110.077 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2010 - 12: 108.81 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2009 - 11: 111.297 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2008 - 10: 116.33 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2007 - 09: 119.294 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2006 - 08: 119.49 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2005 - 07: 119.001 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2004 - 06: 119.825 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2003 - 05: 122.033 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2002 - 04: 128.922 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2001 - 03: 137.037 #color:0x000000 Males 2015 - 17: 170.344 #color:0x000000 Males 2014 - 16: 167.043 #color:0x000000 Males 2013 - 15: 170.844 #color:0x000000 Males 2012 - 14: 166.236 #color:0x000000 Males 2011 - 13: 164.708 #color:0x000000 Males 2010 - 12: 162.499 #color:0x000000 Males 2009 - 11: 172.643 #color:0x000000 Males 2008 - 10: 179.488 #color:0x000000 Males 2007 - 09: 185.932 #color:0x000000 Males 2006 - 08: 190.845 #color:0x000000 Males 2005 - 07: 198.235 #color:0x000000 Males 2004 - 06: 203.91 #color:0x000000 Males 2003 - 05: 210.75 #color:0x000000 Males 2002 - 04: 221.898 #color:0x000000 Males 2001 - 03: 226.802 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2015 - 17: 113.044 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2014 - 16: 108.631 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2013 - 15: 109.155 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2012 - 14: 111.586 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2011 - 13: 110.077 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2010 - 12: 108.81 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2009 - 11: 111.297 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2008 - 10: 116.33 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2007 - 09: 119.294 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2006 - 08: 119.49 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2005 - 07: 119.001 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2004 - 06: 119.825 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2003 - 05: 122.033 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2002 - 04: 128.922 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females 2001 - 03: 137.037 #color:0x000000 Males 2015 - 17: 170.344 #color:0x000000 Males 2014 - 16: 167.043 #color:0x000000 Males 2013 - 15: 170.844 #color:0x000000 Males 2012 - 14: 166.236 #color:0x000000 Males 2011 - 13: 164.708 #color:0x000000 Males 2010 - 12: 162.499 #color:0x000000 Males 2009 - 11: 172.643 #color:0x000000 Males 2008 - 10: 179.488 #color:0x000000 Males 2007 - 09: 185.932 #color:0x000000 Males 2006 - 08: 190.845 #color:0x000000 Males 2005 - 07: 198.235 #color:0x000000 Males 2004 - 06: 203.91 #color:0x000000 Males 2003 - 05: 210.75 #color:0x000000 Males 2002 - 04: 221.898 #color:0x000000 Males 2001 - 03: 226.802 Mortality rate from causes considered preventable for Cambridgeshire over time
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
CountPer 100,000CountPer 100,000CountPer 100,000
Males (2015 - 17)1,648170.317,180189.7169,588207.3
Females (2015 - 17)1,09311311,619124.7111,080132.5
The basic concept of preventable mortality is that deaths are considered preventable if, in the light of the understanding of the determinants of health at the time of death, all or most deaths from the underlying cause (subject to age limits if appropriate) could potentially be avoided by public health interventions in the broadest sense.
Infant mortality in Cambridgeshire
#color:0xD1D0D5 England 2015 - 17: 3.917 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2014 - 16: 3.876 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2013 - 15: 3.886 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2012 - 14: 3.974 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2011 - 13: 4.137 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2010 - 12: 4.263 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2009 - 11: 4.429 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2008 - 10: 4.56 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2007 - 09: 4.712 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2006 - 08: 4.839 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2005 - 07: 4.935 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2004 - 06: 5.031 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2003 - 05: 5.133 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2002 - 04: 5.228 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2001 - 03: 5.357 #color:0x827676 East of England 2015 - 17: 3.23 #color:0x827676 East of England 2014 - 16: 3.305 #color:0x827676 East of England 2013 - 15: 3.352 #color:0x827676 East of England 2012 - 14: 3.642 #color:0x827676 East of England 2011 - 13: 3.779 #color:0x827676 East of England 2010 - 12: 3.863 #color:0x827676 East of England 2009 - 11: 3.893 #color:0x827676 East of England 2008 - 10: 3.999 #color:0x827676 East of England 2007 - 09: 4.242 #color:0x827676 East of England 2006 - 08: 4.261 #color:0x827676 East of England 2005 - 07: 4.142 #color:0x827676 East of England 2004 - 06: 4.106 #color:0x827676 East of England 2003 - 05: 4.232 #color:0x827676 East of England 2002 - 04: 4.366 #color:0x827676 East of England 2001 - 03: 4.476 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2015 - 17: 3.334 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2014 - 16: 3.368 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2013 - 15: 3.077 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2012 - 14: 3.486 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2011 - 13: 3.359 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2010 - 12: 3.904 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2009 - 11: 3.49 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2008 - 10: 3.918 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2007 - 09: 3.735 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2006 - 08: 4.136 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2005 - 07: 3.918 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2004 - 06: 4.072 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2003 - 05: 4.209 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2002 - 04: 4.269 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2001 - 03: 4.584 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2015 - 17: 3.917 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2014 - 16: 3.876 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2013 - 15: 3.886 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2012 - 14: 3.974 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2011 - 13: 4.137 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2010 - 12: 4.263 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2009 - 11: 4.429 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2008 - 10: 4.56 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2007 - 09: 4.712 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2006 - 08: 4.839 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2005 - 07: 4.935 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2004 - 06: 5.031 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2003 - 05: 5.133 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2002 - 04: 5.228 #color:0xD1D0D5 England 2001 - 03: 5.357 #color:0x827676 East of England 2015 - 17: 3.23 #color:0x827676 East of England 2014 - 16: 3.305 #color:0x827676 East of England 2013 - 15: 3.352 #color:0x827676 East of England 2012 - 14: 3.642 #color:0x827676 East of England 2011 - 13: 3.779 #color:0x827676 East of England 2010 - 12: 3.863 #color:0x827676 East of England 2009 - 11: 3.893 #color:0x827676 East of England 2008 - 10: 3.999 #color:0x827676 East of England 2007 - 09: 4.242 #color:0x827676 East of England 2006 - 08: 4.261 #color:0x827676 East of England 2005 - 07: 4.142 #color:0x827676 East of England 2004 - 06: 4.106 #color:0x827676 East of England 2003 - 05: 4.232 #color:0x827676 East of England 2002 - 04: 4.366 #color:0x827676 East of England 2001 - 03: 4.476 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2015 - 17: 3.334 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2014 - 16: 3.368 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2013 - 15: 3.077 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2012 - 14: 3.486 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2011 - 13: 3.359 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2010 - 12: 3.904 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2009 - 11: 3.49 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2008 - 10: 3.918 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2007 - 09: 3.735 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2006 - 08: 4.136 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2005 - 07: 3.918 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2004 - 06: 4.072 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2003 - 05: 4.209 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2002 - 04: 4.269 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire 2001 - 03: 4.584 Infant mortality for Cambridgeshire over time
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
CountPer 1,000CountPer 1,000CountPer 1,000
Infant mortality - Rate of deaths in infants aged under 1 year per 1,000 live births (2015 - 17)723.36963.27,7343.9
Infant mortality is an indicator of the general health of an entire population. It reflects the relationship between causes of infant mortality and upstream determinants of population health such as economic, social and environmental conditions. Deaths occurring during the first 28 days of life (the neonatal period) in particular, are considered to reflect the health and care of both mother and newborn.
Under 75 mortality rate from causes considered preventable
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Respiratory disease: 17.127 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Liver disease: 15.219 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Cancer: 71.583 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Cardiovascular diseases: 42.121 #color:0x827676 East of England  Respiratory disease: 15.193 #color:0x827676 East of England  Liver disease: 12.405 #color:0x827676 East of England  Cancer: 70.074 #color:0x827676 East of England  Cardiovascular diseases: 38.41 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Respiratory disease: 14.644 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Liver disease: 10.025 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Cancer: 60.827 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Cardiovascular diseases: 33.511 Under 75 mortality rate from causes considered preventable for Cambridgeshire for 2015 - 17
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
CountPer 100,000CountPer 100,000CountPer 100,000
Under 75 mortality rate from cardiovascular diseases considered preventable595.033.56,434.038.464,127.042.1
Under 75 mortality rate from cancer considered preventable1,080.060.811,738.070.1108,980.071.6
Under 75 mortality rate from liver disease considered preventable178.010.02,078.012.423,170.015.2
Under 75 mortality rate from respiratory disease considered preventable260.014.62,545.015.226,075.017.1
Mortality rate from a range of specified communicable diseases, including influenza
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Mortality rate from a range of specified communicable diseases, including influenza: 10.103 #color:0x827676 East of England  Mortality rate from a range of specified communicable diseases, including influenza: 9.111 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Mortality rate from a range of specified communicable diseases, including influenza: 11.684 Mortality rate from a range of specified communicable diseases, including influenza for Cambridgeshire for 2015 - 17
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
CountPer 100,000CountPer 100,000CountPer 100,000
Mortality rate from a range of specified communicable diseases, including influenza226.011.71,674.09.116,738.010.1
Suicide rate in Cambridgeshire
#color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2016 - 18: 4.543 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2015 - 17: 3.864 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2014 - 16: 3.884 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2013 - 15: 4.024 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2012 - 14: 4.049 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2011 - 13: 3.71 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2010 - 12: 2.648 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2009 - 11: 2.913 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2008 - 10: 4.535 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2007 - 09: 6.065 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2006 - 08: 6.241 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2005 - 07: 5.164 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2004 - 06: 4.585 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2003 - 05: 4.387 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2002 - 04: 4.857 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2001 - 03: 4.796 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2016 - 18: 13.012 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2015 - 17: 11.668 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2014 - 16: 13.18 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2013 - 15: 14.494 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2012 - 14: 14.364 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2011 - 13: 13.829 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2010 - 12: 12.816 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2009 - 11: 13.198 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2008 - 10: 13.492 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2007 - 09: 14.167 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2006 - 08: 14.069 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2005 - 07: 13.324 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2004 - 06: 12.857 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2003 - 05: 12.765 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2002 - 04: 14.574 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2001 - 03: 14.056 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2016 - 18: 4.543 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2015 - 17: 3.864 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2014 - 16: 3.884 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2013 - 15: 4.024 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2012 - 14: 4.049 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2011 - 13: 3.71 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2010 - 12: 2.648 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2009 - 11: 2.913 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2008 - 10: 4.535 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2007 - 09: 6.065 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2006 - 08: 6.241 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2005 - 07: 5.164 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2004 - 06: 4.585 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2003 - 05: 4.387 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2002 - 04: 4.857 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (10+ yrs) 2001 - 03: 4.796 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2016 - 18: 13.012 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2015 - 17: 11.668 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2014 - 16: 13.18 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2013 - 15: 14.494 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2012 - 14: 14.364 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2011 - 13: 13.829 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2010 - 12: 12.816 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2009 - 11: 13.198 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2008 - 10: 13.492 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2007 - 09: 14.167 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2006 - 08: 14.069 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2005 - 07: 13.324 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2004 - 06: 12.857 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2003 - 05: 12.765 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2002 - 04: 14.574 #color:0x000000 Males (10+ yrs) 2001 - 03: 14.056 Suicide rate males and females for Cambridgeshire over time
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
CountPer 100,000CountPer 1,000CountPer 1,000
Suicide rate - Males (10+ yrs) (2016 - 18)111131,20615.210,59214.7
Suicide rate - Females (10+ yrs) (2016 - 18)394.54024.93,4554.6
This is the age-standardised mortality rate from suicide and injury of undetermined intent per 100,000 population. Suicide is a significant cause of death in young adults, and is seen as an indicator of underlying rates of mental ill-health.
Excess winter deaths in Cambridgeshire
#color:0x1F6BB1 Females (85+ yrs) Aug 2014 - Jul 2017: 31.68 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (85+ yrs) Aug 2013 - Jul 2016: 26.372 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (85+ yrs) Aug 2012 - Jul 2015: 30.622 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (85+ yrs) Aug 2011 - Jul 2014: 21.42 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (85+ yrs) Aug 2010 - Jul 2013: 18.334 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (85+ yrs) Aug 2009 - Jul 2012: 16.825 #color:0x000000 Males (85+ yrs) Aug 2014 - Jul 2017: 22.84 #color:0x000000 Males (85+ yrs) Aug 2013 - Jul 2016: 18.648 #color:0x000000 Males (85+ yrs) Aug 2012 - Jul 2015: 24.133 #color:0x000000 Males (85+ yrs) Aug 2011 - Jul 2014: 18.131 #color:0x000000 Males (85+ yrs) Aug 2010 - Jul 2013: 22.779 #color:0x000000 Males (85+ yrs) Aug 2009 - Jul 2012: 22.738 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (85+ yrs) Aug 2014 - Jul 2017: 31.68 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (85+ yrs) Aug 2013 - Jul 2016: 26.372 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (85+ yrs) Aug 2012 - Jul 2015: 30.622 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (85+ yrs) Aug 2011 - Jul 2014: 21.42 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (85+ yrs) Aug 2010 - Jul 2013: 18.334 #color:0x1F6BB1 Females (85+ yrs) Aug 2009 - Jul 2012: 16.825 #color:0x000000 Males (85+ yrs) Aug 2014 - Jul 2017: 22.84 #color:0x000000 Males (85+ yrs) Aug 2013 - Jul 2016: 18.648 #color:0x000000 Males (85+ yrs) Aug 2012 - Jul 2015: 24.133 #color:0x000000 Males (85+ yrs) Aug 2011 - Jul 2014: 18.131 #color:0x000000 Males (85+ yrs) Aug 2010 - Jul 2013: 22.779 #color:0x000000 Males (85+ yrs) Aug 2009 - Jul 2012: 22.738 Excess winter deaths index (3 years, age 85+) for Cambridgeshire over time
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
Count%Count%Count%
Excess winter deaths index - males aged 85+ (Aug 2014 - Jul 2017)19322.82,437.528.818,38026.8
Excess winter deaths index - females aged 85+) (Aug 2014 - Jul 2017)39631.74,219.531.534,42130.9
Excess Winter Deaths Index is the excess winter deaths measured as the ratio of extra deaths from all causes that occur in all those aged 85 and over in the winter months compared with the expected number of deaths, based on the average of the number of non-winter deaths in those aged 85 and over. The number of excess winter deaths depends on the temperature and the level of disease in the population as well as other factors, such as how well equipped people are to cope with the drop in temperature.
Community and social care| Cambridgeshire
Provision of unpaid care
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Provides 50 or more hours unpaid care a week: 2.4 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Provides 20 to 49 hours unpaid care a week: 1.4 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week: 6.5 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Provides no unpaid care: 89.8 #color:0x827676 East of England  Provides 50 or more hours unpaid care a week: 2.2 #color:0x827676 East of England  Provides 20 to 49 hours unpaid care a week: 1.2 #color:0x827676 East of England  Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week: 6.8 #color:0x827676 East of England  Provides no unpaid care: 89.8 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Provides 50 or more hours unpaid care a week: 1.9 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Provides 20 to 49 hours unpaid care a week: 1.1 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week: 6.7 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Provides no unpaid care: 90.3 Provision of unpaid care in Cambridgeshire for 2011
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
Count%Count%Count%
Provides no unpaid care561,03490.35,249,37489.847,582,44089.8
Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week41,3136.7395,8656.83,452,6366.5
Provides 20 to 49 hours unpaid care a week6,7851.171,8151.2721,1431.4
Provides 50 or more hours unpaid care a week12,0781.9129,9112.21,256,2372.4
A person is a provider of unpaid care if they look after or give help or support to family members, friends, neighbours or others because of long-term physical or mental ill health or disability, or problems related to old age. This does not include any activities as part of paid employment. No distinction is made about whether any care that a person provides is within their own household or outside of the household, so no explicit link can be made about whether the care provided is for a person within the household who has poor general health or a long-term health problem or disability.
Average difficulties score for all looked after children
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Average difficulties score for all looked after children aged 5-16 who have been in care for at least 12 months on 31st March: 14.2 #color:0x827676 East of England  Average difficulties score for all looked after children aged 5-16 who have been in care for at least 12 months on 31st March: 15.3 #color:0x0167BB Cambridgeshire  Average difficulties score for all looked after children aged 5-16 who have been in care for at least 12 months on 31st March: 14.9 Average difficulties score for all looked after children aged 5-16 who have been in care for at least 12 months on 31st March for Cambridgeshire for 2017/18
CambridgeshireEast of EnglandEngland
Average difficulties score for all looked after children aged 5-16 who have been in care for at least 12 months on 31st March14.915.314.2
Data is collected by local authorities through a strengths and difficulties questionnaire (SDQ) and a single summary figure for each child (the total difficulties score), ranging from 0 to 40, is submitted to the Department for Education through the looked after children return (SSDA903). A higher score indicates greater difficulties (a score of under 14 is considered normal, 14-16 is borderline cause for concern and 17 or over is a cause for concern).
Adult social care users and carers who have as much social contact as they would like
Percentage of adult social care users who have as much social contact as they would like for Cambridgeshire for
Cambridgeshire
There is a clear link between loneliness and poor mental and physical health. This measures the percentage of respondents to the Adult Social Care Users Survey who responded "I have as much social contact as I want with people I like".
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