The information on these pages provides a mechanism for monitoring and prioritising health and wellbeing issues and reducing health inequalities across our district. We use the information to guide our public health work with colleagues within the council, at Devon County Council and other organisations.
Knowing East Devon: Includes information and data about the people, place and economy of East Devon, helping us to understand and support our communities.
Devon Health and Wellbeing: Information on Devon’s Health and Wellbeing Board, Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy, Annual Public Health Reports, Joint Strategic Needs Assessments and a library of strategies, plans, needs assessments and other reports and information relevant to health and wellbeing in Devon.
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA): Looks at the current and future health and care needs of local populations to inform and guide the planning and commissioning (buying) of health, well-being and social care services within a local authority. In two parts, the overview gives a detailed county-wide view and the profiles provide a snapshot for specific areas.
District public health summary East Devon 2015-16: A mechanism for monitoring and prioritising health and wellbeing issues and reducing health inequalities.
Devon Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy: Published in November 2016 this sets the priorities and overall approach for the Devon Health and Wellbeing Board.
Devon Annual Public Health Report 2016-17: This latest annual report on the health of the people of Devon considers the different aspects of place in relation to health and wellbeing, and the role of public sector bodies with a responsibility for health and care systems.
Public Health England public health profiles for additional data.