Basingstoke and Deane - Public Health Profi .Health Profile 2017 Basingstoke and Deane District This
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  • Health Profile 2017

    Basingstoke and DeaneDistrict This profile was published on 4th July 2017

    Health in summaryThe health of people in Basingstoke and Deane is variedcompared with the England average. Basingstoke andDeane is one of the 20% least deprived districts/unitaryauthorities in England, however about 12% (3,900) ofchildren live in low income families. Life expectancy formen is higher than the England average.

    Health inequalitiesLife expectancy is 5.8 years lower for men and 4.5 yearslower for women in the most deprived areas ofBasingstoke and Deane than in the least deprivedareas.

    Child healthIn Year 6, 17.4% (303) of children are classified asobese, better than the average for England. The rate ofalcohol-specific hospital stays among those under 18 is37*. This represents 14 stays per year. Levels ofbreastfeeding initiation and smoking at time of deliveryare better than the England average.

    Adult healthThe rate of alcohol-related harm hospital stays is 393*,better than the average for England. This represents 646stays per year. The rate of self-harm hospital stays is229*, worse than the average for England. Thisrepresents 395 stays per year. The rate of people killedand seriously injured on roads is worse than average.Rates of sexually transmitted infections and TB arebetter than average. The rate of violent crime is worsethan average. Rates of statutory homelessness, longterm unemployment and early deaths from cancer arebetter than average.

    Local prioritiesPriorities in Basingstoke and Deane include increasingphysical activity, mental wellbeing, positive healthybehaviours and social connections, and for residents tobe well informed. For more information see www.basingstoke.gov.uk and www.hants.gov.uk

    * rate per 100,000 population

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    Contains National Statistics data Crown copyright and database right 2017Contains OS data Crown copyright and database right 2017

    This profile gives a picture of peoples health inBasingstoke and Deane. It is designed to help localgovernment and health services understand theircommunitys needs, so that they can work togetherto improve peoples health and reduce healthinequalities.

    Visit www.healthprofiles.info for more profiles, moreinformation and interactive maps and tools.

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    Basingstoke and Deane - 4 July 20171 Crown Copyright 2017

    Deprivation map (page 2) revised on 4th April 2018

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  • Population: summary characteristics

    Deprivation: a national view

    Age profile

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    Basingstoke and Deane 2015 (Male)

    Basingstoke and Deane 2015 (Female)

    England 2015

    Basingstoke and Deane 2020estimate

    Males Females Persons

    Basingstoke and Deane (population in thousands)

    Population (2015): 86 88 174

    Projected population (2020): 90 93 183

    % people from an ethnicminority group:

    9.2% 9.2% 9.2%

    Dependency ratio (dependants / working population) x 100 60.2%

    England (population in thousands)

    Population (2015): 27,029 27,757 54,786

    Projected population (2020): 28,157 28,706 56,862

    % people from an ethnicminority group:

    13.1% 13.4% 13.2%

    Dependency ratio (dependants / working population) x 100 60.7%

    The age profile and table present demographic information for the residents of thearea and England. They include a 2014-based population projection (to 2020), thepercentage of people from an ethnic minority group (Annual Population Survey,October 2014 to September 2015) and the dependency ratio.

    The dependency ratio estimates the number of dependants in an area by comparingthe number of people considered less likely to be working (children aged under 16and those of state pension age or above) with the working age population. A highratio suggests the area might want to commission a greater level of services forolder or younger people than those areas with a low ratio.

    Lines represent electoral wards (2016)

    The map shows differences in deprivation in this areabased on national comparisons, using nationalquintiles (fifths) of the Index of Multiple Deprivation2015 (IMD 2015), shown by lower super output area.The darkest coloured areas are some of the mostdeprived neighbourhoods in England.

    This chart shows the percentage of the populationwho live in areas at each level of deprivation.

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    Basingstoke and Deane - 4 July 2017, Revised 4 April 20181 Crown Copyright 2017

  • The charts show life expectancy for men and women in this local authority for 2013-15. The local authority is divided intolocal deciles (tenths) by deprivation (IMD 2015), from the most deprived decile on the left of the chart to the least depriveddecile on the right. The steepness of the slope represents the inequality in life expectancy that is related to deprivation inthis local area. If there was no inequality in life expectancy the line would be horizontal.

    Life expectancy gap for men: 5.8 years

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    Life expectancy gap for women: 4.5 years

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    Life expectancy: inequalities in this local authority

    Health inequalities: changes over time

    Early deaths from all causes: men

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    England average Local average Local least deprived Local most deprived Local inequality

    Data points are the midpoints of three year averages of annual rates, for example 2005 represents the period 2004 to 2006. Where data are missing for local least or mostdeprived, the value could not be calculated as the number of cases is too small.

    These charts provide a comparison of the changes in death rates in people under 75 (early deaths) between this areaand England. Early deaths from all causes also show the differences between the most and least deprived local quintile inthis area. Data from 2010-12 onwards have been revised to use IMD 2015 to define local deprivation quintiles (fifths), allprior time points use IMD 2010. In doing this, areas are grouped into deprivation quintiles using the Index of MultipleDeprivation which most closely aligns with time period of the data. This provides a more accurate way of discriminatingchanges between similarly deprived areas over time.

    Basingstoke and Deane - 4 July 20173 Crown Copyright 2017

  • Health summary for Basingstoke and DeaneThe chart below shows how the health of people in this area compares with the rest of England. This areas result for each indicator is shown as a circle. The average rate forEngland is shown by the black line, which is always at the centre of the chart. The range of results for all local areas in England is shown as a grey bar. A red circle meansthat this area is significantly worse than England for that indicator; however, a green circle may still indicate an important public health problem.

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    1 Deprivation score (IMD 2015) 2015 n/a 11.5 21.8 42.0 5.0

    2 Children in low income families (under 16s) 2