JSNAA: Joint Strategic Needs and Asset Assessment
Overview of the JSNAA.
The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNAA) identifies current and future health and wellbeing needs in South Tyneside.
It is a tool which provides partners of South Tyneside Council with the information they need to agree priorities and deliver services that meet the needs in our area.
The JSNAA is the new version of the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA).
Each topic now includes an 'Assets' section to highlight the importance of always considering the people, locations, and services that are already out there addressing needs in South Tyneside.
Browse JSNAA topics
Each topic has been written by an expert in South Tyneside and is reviewed every 3 years.
You'll see dates on every page showing when the topic was last updated.
Browse the JSNAA topics
JSNAA topics, including: populations, vulnerable groups, illness and death, behaviour and lifestyle, wider issues, and reports.
View previous JSNAs
The latest Joint Strategic Needs and Assets Assessment can be found at JSNAA
Previous JSNA reports
Pharmacy Needs Assessment 2015 - 18
Pharmacy Needs Assessment 2011
BME Mental Health
Children with Disabilities
Cleadon Park Primary Care Centre
Young People's Substance Misuse
JSNAA author guidance
Other public health resources and data
Other public health resources and data, in addition to the JSNAA
Access projected population figures by age and sex.
Small area population level data.
View local health
PHE data and analysis tools
Comprehensive list of resources created by Public Health England that cover a wide range of public health areas, including:
- specific health conditions - such as cancer, mental health, cardiovascular disease
- lifestyle risk factors - such as smoking, alcohol and obesity
- wider determinants of health - such as environment, housing and deprivation
- health protection, and differences between population groups, including adults, older people, and children
Public health guidance - NICE
Evidence-based information for health, public health and social care professionals
Public Health Outcomes Framework
The Public Health Outcomes Framework Healthy lives, healthy people: Improving outcomes and supporting transparency sets out a vision for public health, desired outcomes and the indicators that will help us understand how well public health is being improved and protected.
Data are published as part of a quarterly update cycle in August, November, February and May
Public Health Profiles (fingertips)
These profiles are a rich source of indicators across a range of health and wellbeing themes that has been designed to support JSNA and commissioning to improve health and wellbeing, and reduce inequalities.
- Browse indicators at different geographical levels
- Benchmark against the regional or England average
- Export data to use locally
SHAPE - Strategic Health Asset Planning and Evaluation
Requires registration. Only accessible to NHS and Local Authority staff.
Links national datasets for clinical analysis, public health, primary care and demographic data with estates performance and facilities location.
See the monthly intelligence updates, which covers some of the data releases that have been published in the relevant month.
View the Intelligence updates
Our South Tyneside report
The Our South Tyneside report provides a summary of data regarding adult health and wellbeing in our borough.
For more information see, Our South Tyneside report 2023.