Children and Young People
Children and Young People- District Outcomes Profile
Outcomes data are presented at district level across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough to help local authorities and health services to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people and to tackle health inequalities. Indicators are drawn from the nationally produced Child Health Profiles (https://fingertips.phe.org.uk/profile-group/child-health/profile/child-health-overview) and the locally developed Children’s Outcome Framework.
PHE Child Health Profiles 2018
The annual update of data in the child health profiles interactive tool was published on 6 March 2018 at https://fingertips.phe.org.uk/profile-group/child-health.
The following indicators have been updated with more recent data in the March 2018 update:
- Infant mortality (CCG)
- Child mortality rate (1-17 years) (LA & CCG)
- MMR vaccination for one dose (2 years) (CCG)
- Dtap/IPV/Hib vaccination (2 years) (CCG)
- Children in care immunisations (LA)
- Family homelessness (LA)
- Children killed and seriously injured (KSI) on England’s roads (CCG)
- Teenage mothers (LA & CCG)
- Hospital admissions due to substance misuse (15-24 years) (LA & CCG)
- Breastfeeding initiation (CCG)
- A&E attendances (0-4 years) (LA & CCG)
- Hospital admissions caused by injuries in children and young people (0-14 years, 15-24 years) (CCG)
- Hospital admissions for asthma (under 19 years) (CCG)
- Hospital admissions for mental health conditions (LA & CCG)
- Hospital admissions as a result of self-harm (10-24 years) (LA & CCG)
Our local report summarises the key points for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough:
Health and Wellbeing Report
Routinely available data on the health and wellbeing of children and young people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are presented in this briefing, with the aim of informing children’s commissioning and service specifications. Where possible data are presented at district level and trends shown to indicate patterns of change, which could help with future planning. Data are presented on demographics, wider determinants of health, mental health, health improvement, health protection, social care, health service usage and mortality.