Public Health Intelligence or epidemiology is the study of factors affecting the health and illness of populations and serves as the foundation and logic of interventions made in the interest of public health and preventative medicine.
The Team provides high-quality public health intelligence and epidemiological research to inform strategic decision making in Warwickshire. This involves working to reduce health inequalities, with advice and support in relation to the provision, analysis, interpretation and use of health-related information.
For any data requests or enquiries, please email the Public Health Intelligence Team: firstname.lastname@example.org
Health-related data is released on a regular basis by organisations such as NHS Digital – formerly known as the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC), Public Health England (PHE) and the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Public Health produces intelligence bulletins to raise awareness of the publication of new data. They can be used by anyone with an interest in understanding the health of the population in Warwickshire and how it compares nationally.
Bulletins cover a wide range of public health areas, including:
- Specific health conditions – cancer, mental health, diabetes
- Lifestyle risk factors – smoking, obesity, physical activity, alcohol consumption
- Healthy places and the wider determinants of health – deprivation, environment, fuel poverty
- Health protection – screening, vaccinations
- Life expectancy and mortality
- Latest health profiles and national survey results
- Seasonal Flu Vaccine Monthly Update February 2019 (PDF, 307 KB)
- Excess Winter Mortality in England and Wales, 2017-18 (provisional) (PDF, 629 KB)
- Health State Life Expectancies, 2015-17 (PDF, 393 KB)
- Subnational population projections for England 2016 based (PDF, 340 KB)
- Statistics on Obesity, Physical Activity and Diet 2018 (PDF, 406 KB)
- Child Health Profiles 2018*******
- Statistics on women's smoking status at the time of delivery - Q3 2017-18