COVID – Local Data

As part of their COVID-19 response, Richmond and Wandsworth councils have been looking at publicly available data to identify areas of greater need, in order to support local residents and businesses. Additional local data will be added as it becomes available. We have made this information available through the resources below and published them on … Continue reading “COVID – Local Data”

Links & Resources

This page contains links to additional online sources for local data. Population & General NOMIS “…a service provided by the Office for National Statistics, ONS, to give you free access to the most detailed and up-to-date UK labour market statistics from official sources.” Annual Population survey/Labour Force survey Annual survey of Hours and Earnings Census … Continue reading “Links & Resources”

Local Alcohol Profile 2015

Public Health England has published the annual update to the Local Alcohol Profiles for England. These include a selection of indicators with regard to alcohol-specific and alcohol-related mortality and hospital admissions*. What does this mean for Richmond? Although the profile shows that Richmond is performing at a similar level to the national profile, these indicators express … Continue reading “Local Alcohol Profile 2015”

Annual Report of the Director of Public Health 2016 Prevention: redressing the balance in a time of austerity

The Director of Public Health has a duty under the Health and Social Care Act 2012 to produce an independent report on the health of the local population. This report complements and builds upon the JSNA. This year’s report focuses on the four main unhealthy behaviours of smoking, unhealthy diet, being physically inactive and, drinking … Continue reading “Annual Report of the Director of Public Health 2016 Prevention: redressing the balance in a time of austerity”


1  Introduction This is one in a series of needs assessments regarding protected characteristic groups to support compliance with the public sector Equality Duty (The Equality Act 2010). The document is intended to raise awareness of the key public health, and health and social care considerations relevant to people with disabilities; and to provide a starting … Continue reading “Race”

Urgent Care

1    Executive Summary 1.1.    A&E, MIU, UCC, WIC The volume of activity in minor and major A&E has remained relatively stable since 2012/13 (around 39,724 and 40,740 attendances respectively in 2014/15, costing £8m in total). However, the percentage of major A&E attendances missing the four-hour target increased in 2014/15, rising to almost 14% by the … Continue reading “Urgent Care”

Paediatric Urgent Care

1    Introduction 1.1.    Aim To map the acute paediatric care pathway (main service components) To understand the pattern of use (throughput, presentations and outcomes) for: Local A&E departments/unplanned admissions General practices Local walk-in clinic To consult providers in each step of the pathway including general practitioners, those in walk-in centres, healthcare professionals in A&E departments … Continue reading “Paediatric Urgent Care”

Health & Wellbeing of Children

This report is largely based on the content of a chapter from the 2013/14 Report of the Director of Public Health, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames published in January 2014. However, based on an update of content and review of conclusions, this report was published in November 2015. 1    Introduction 1.1.    Aim This needs … Continue reading “Health & Wellbeing of Children”

Child sexual exploitation (CSE)

1    Executive Summary Child sexual exploitation (CSE) is a type of sexual abuse in which children are sexually exploited for money, power or status. An overview of best practice is provided in this report, helping to guide local services on how they can most effectively work together to address this issue.  All local areas are … Continue reading “Child sexual exploitation (CSE)”