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This report documents the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Blackpool and particularly focuses on the wide ranging response that was mobilised across the town.
This year's Annual Report focuses on the health and wellbeing of our children and young people and how investment in these early years can help to build a bright and health future in Blackpool.
This report looks at how the health of residents of Blackpool has changed in the ten years since Dr Rajpura's appointment as Director of Public Health. It also examines how housing in Blackpool impacts health.
We are keen to gather some feedback on who is using the Public Health Annual Report and how it is used. A short survey, which takes about 5 minutes to complete, can be found here.
This report focuses on the theme of ‘community resilience’; the concept of community resilience and what it means for the local population’s health and key projects that are contributing to strengthening community resilience locally.
The health and wellbeing of the population of Blackpool with a focus on health protection, improving health (smoking and healthy weight) and healthcare public health.
Blackpool’s Response to Due North: Report of the Inquiry on Health Equity for the North.
An Independent Assessment on the health of the people of Blackpool 2013.
The health & wellbeing of the population of Blackpool with focus on life expectancy and mortality rates.
The health & wellbeing of the population of Blackpool with a focus on children and young people.
Delivering a shared understanding of Joint Strategic Needs Assessment in Blackpool; Profiling inequalities within Blackpool; The Marmot Review – fair society, healthy lives; Progress over the past year and Recommendations.
Overview of health and well-being in Blackpool: the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (Chapters Population, Health and well-being, Lifestyles Social and community environment, Living and working in Blackpool), Communicable disease and health protection and Recommendations.