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Leeds: JSNA

In deprived Leeds the rate of avoidable mortality is over 9,000, compared to less than 5,000 in non-deprived Leeds. This is almost double the number and shows the magnitude of health inequalities in the city.
33,205 (20.7%) children in Leeds are classed as living in poverty by the government. In three Wards within the city, over 40% of children are classed as living in poverty.
Population trends suggest working age population supported by the council with moderate or severe learning disabilities will increase by around 7.5% between 2014 and 2020.

This is the website of the Leeds 'Joint Strategic Needs Assessment' (JSNA). It has been developed in partnership with Leeds North, West and South and East Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs).

The Leeds JSNA is a continuous process for identifying current and future Health and Wellbeing needs and inequalities across and within Leeds. The purpose is to inform commissioners and influence priorities that will help to improve outcomes and reduce health inequalities across the city. It is the statutory duty of the Local Authority and the 3 Clinical Commissioning Groups to prepare and publish a JSNA through the Health and Wellbeing Board.

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