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The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is an ongoing process, drawing together information in order to forecast the main health and wellbeing needs of Derbyshire people over the next 15 years. It provides a snapshot of the current health and wellbeing of Derbyshire's residents and considering the whole populations and not just those who receive services. The JSNA supports re-design of services to ensure demand is met and health inequalities are identified, providing a framework for planning across services and agencies to deliver more cost effect services.

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment is an ongoing process, drawing together information in order to forecast the main health and wellbeing needs of Derbyshire people over the next 15 years.

You can find the latest data and statistics on The Derbyshire Observatory website. Derbyshire Observatory (opens in a new window). The content, which can be viewed either by theme or area profile, supports understanding of the main health and wellbeing needs of the Derbyshire population and can be used to support funding or tender applications.  

The JSNA Board is a multi-agency partnership and is represented on the Derbyshire Health and Wellbeing Board; it has a strategic influence over commissioning decisions and oversees the JSNA.

Click here to open the notes from the last JSNA Board meeting on Monday 30th November 2015, attended by Jacqui Willis (NDVA Chief Executive and VCS JSNA Board Rep). 

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