Introduction

Presents information on the use of NHS services including data from the Atlas of Variation in Healthcare for Children and Young People.

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Recent updates

June 2018

As a result of the annual update to pregnancy and birth profile indicators, the following indicators in this profile have also been updated with more recent data:

  • Caesarean section % (LA and CCG)
  • Admissions of babies under 14 days (LA and CCG)
  • Percentage of deliveries to women aged 35 years or above (LA and CCG)
  • Admissions for gastroenteritis in infants (aged under 1 year; aged 1 year; aged 2, 3 and 4 years) (LA and CCG)
  • Admissions for respiratory tract infections in infants (aged under 1 year; aged 1 year; aged 2, 3 and 4 years) (LA and CCG)

March 2018

As the Overview of Child Health profile has been updated; the following indicators in this profile have also been updated with more recent data:

  • Hospital admissions due to substance misuse (15-24 years) (LA & CCG)
  • A&E attendances (0-4 years) (LA & CCG)
  • Hospital admissions caused by injuries in children and young people (0-14 years, 15-24 years) (CCG)
  • Hospital admissions for asthma (under 19 years) (CCG)
  • Hospital admissions for mental health conditions (LA & CCG)
  • Hospital admissions as a result of self-harm (10-24 years) (LA & CCG)


December 2017

As the Young people and School-age children profiles have been updated; the following indicators in this profile have also been updated with more recent data:

  • Admissions for asthma for children and young people (aged 0-9, 10-18, under 19 years)
  • Admissions for diabetes for children and young people (aged 0-9, 10-18, under 19 years)
  • Admissions for epilepsy for children and young people (aged 0-9, 10-18, under 19 years)

September 2017

As the Early Years profile has been updated; the following indicators in this profile have also been updated with more recent data:

  • A&E attendances (0–4 years; <18 years; 0–19 years; 5-9 years; 10-14 years; 15-17 years; 15–19 years)
  • Emergency admissions (<1; aged 0–4; under 18 years; 0–19; aged 1–4; 5–9; 10–14; 15–17; 15–19)
  • Elective admissions (<1; aged under 5 years; under 18; 0–19; age 1–4; aged 5–9 years; age 10–14 years; aged 15–17)

July 2017

  • Caesarean section %
  • Percentage of deliveries to women aged 35 or above
  • Admissions of babies under 14 days
  • Admissions for gastroenteritis in infants aged under 1 year
  • Admissions for gastroenteritis in infants aged 1 year
  • Admissions for gastroenteritis in infants aged 2, 3 and 4 years
  • Admissions for respiratory tract infections in infants aged under 1 year
  • Admissions for respiratory tract infections in infants aged 1 year
  • Admissions for respiratory tract infections in infants aged 2, 3 and 4 years

February 2017

All National Child and Maternal Health Intelligence Network data transferred from ChiMat's Data Atlas to Public Health England's Fingertips website, and new Child and Maternal Health section launched.