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What is a topic specific needs assessment?

A topic specific needs assessment considers a health topic or population group in significant detail. Needs assessments give an indeapth detailed picture of one element of health and wellbeing in York. This can be informative when a health and wellbeing issue is thought to be rapidly changing, is not well understood, or not well reported in York.

 

How are the topics selected?

Topics are considered in response to the level of local need, and are assessed using a matrix tool. The working group  welcome suggestions for new projects. Please send all suggestions to [email protected] 

All projects will go to the York Health and Wellbeing Board Steering Group for approval before the projects begin.

 

Recently completed needs assessments

 

2020

Multimorbidity Health Needs Assessment 2020

Covid-19 Rapid Health Needs Assessment 2020

 

2019

Healthy ageing in older adults, inequalities report 

Oral health needs assessment and report summary 

Mental health report into equity of access to services 

Self-funders needs assessment and report summary

York Armed Forces Community Survey Report

York Armed Forces Needs Assessment

 

2018

Sexual Health Needs Assessment

Homeless Health Needs Assessment

 

2017

Student Health Needs Assessment

     a. Full Report

     b. Summary Report

Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment

 

2016

   Learning Disability Needs Assessment

   Suicide Audit

   All Age Autism Needs Assessment

   Alcohol and Health Needs Assessment

    a. Full Report

    b. Summary Report

   Self-Harm Needs Assessment

 

2015

   Poverty Needs Assessment

   Eye Health Needs Assessment

  

 Needs assessments currently in development:

Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment 2022

A report into Phase Two of young people with a special educational need

A report into the needs of infants and children in the first 1001 days of life

A report into the needs of traveller and gypsy communities 

This page was last updated on 01 September 2022
This page will be reviewed by 01 September 2023