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Ward Profiles

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Local Health is an online tool produced by the Public Health England Knowledge and Intelligence Teams in order to improve the availability and accessibility of quality assured health and health-related information for users in the NHS, local government and the general public. The tool provides access to interactive maps and reports at Ward, Middle Super Output Area (MSOA), local authority and any other user defined combination of these geographies. Areas can be viewed on a map to help with selection. The reports produced in Local Health allow users to compare any selected area to the England average for a range of indicators. The maps can be printed out or saved as a graphical image for use in a Word document or PowerPoint presentation and the data can be exported for use in Excel or any other suitable piece of software.

One of the features of the Local Health tool is the ability to automatically generate a detailed, pre-formatted, profile of a selected area using the data contained within the website. This functionality is likely to be extremely useful for anyone requiring a summary of the health status of the population in a local area compared with the local authority and England averages.

Blackpool ward map

A list of the links for each of the ward profiles within Blackpool is given below:

Anchorsholme

Bispham

Bloomfield

Brunswick

Claremont

Clifton

Greenlands

Hawes Side

Highfield

Ingthorpe

Layton

Marton

Norbreck

Park

Squires Gate

Stanley

Talbot

Tyldesley

Victoria

Warbreck

Waterloo

User note: ward level data in Local Health has been estimated from MSOA data, population-weighted using the mid-2015 all age population of the Output Areas that make up each ward. This has been done in order to avoid the need to suppress the data for a large number of areas in order to prevent disclosure by differencing. As such, the figures generated by the tool are a close approximation of the 'real' data for that ward rather than an exact match.