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What is the JSNA?

A Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is a means by which Health and Wellbeing Boards will describe the future health and wellbeing needs of local populations and the strategic direction of service delivery to meet these needs. The JSNA is “a process” and a compilation of individual needs assessments which fall under priority areas chosen by key stakeholders and is not one whole document.

The current East Riding of Yorkshire JSNA priority areas are:

  • Parenting
  • Unpaid carers
  • Isolation and loneliness
  • Mental and emotional health across the life course
  • The JSNA informs the Health and Wellbeing Strategy (2016-19), which follows a life course approach. Please click on one of the stages below, to find out more about the life course and JSNA priority areas.

    The Lifecourse

    Starting Well Developing Well Living Well Ageing Well

    Priorities and Publications

    Priorities and Consultation Health and Wellbeing Board Profiles Reports and briefings

    Additional Information

    JSNA Useful Resources JSNA Archive

    Feedback/ contact

    If you have any queries or would like to make any input into the JSNA page then please contact the Public Health Intelligence team at:

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