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About the Public Health Outcomes Framework data tool

The Public Health Outcomes Framework Healthy lives, healthy people: Improving outcomes and supporting transparency sets out a vision for public health, desired outcomes and the indicators that will help us understand how well public health is being improved and protected. The Public Health Outcomes Framework was refreshed in May 2016, following a consultation in 2015. Details of the new framework can be found in the summary technical specifications of public health indicators. 

The framework concentrates on two high-level outcomes to be achieved across the public health system, and groups further indicators into four ‘domains’ that cover the full spectrum of public health. The outcomes reflect a focus not only on how long people live, but on how well they live at all stages of life. A video of 'How to use the Public Health Outcomes Framework' is available here.

This data tool presents data for the indicators in the framework for the most recent period available and accompanying trend data where possible. Inequalities data are provided where these are available. 

A list of indicators updated, for the most recent and previous releases, can be found in the Public Health Outcomes Framework Collection within www.gov.uk.

Data are published as part of a quarterly update cycle in August, November, February and May. Exact dates will be announced on the www.gov.uk statistical release calendar and this website. The next update will be on Tuesday 6 November 2018.

To provide comments and suggestions please e-mail phof.enquiries@phe.gov.uk.

In August 2016, markers of significant trends were added to the tool, for selected indicator types. In October 2016, we amended the method for the trend icon calculation, by adjusting the significance level from 95% significance to 99.8% significance, as this was felt to be a more appropriate level to test for trends. This functionality is in development, if you would like to feed back any comments, please send them to phof.enquiries@phe.gov.uk.

2016 user survey report

We carry out regular user engagement activities to make sure the PHOF continues to meet the the changing needs of stakeholders. This report summarises the results and planned actions following the latest 2016 survey of PHOF users and can be found here.

An introduction to using the Fingertips Tool

Recent updates

These documents give full details of updates to indicators for each release:

Full details of indicators updated

List of available inequalities data

Provisional update schedule for indicators

Revisions log

August 2018

The age group for indicator 3.03xviii (Flu vaccination aged 2-3 years old) has been changed from 2-4 years old as 4 year olds are no longer vaccinated in a GP setting. The 2 other flu vaccination indicators have been updated to their existing definitions. A further 8 indicators have been updated including Pupil absence, First time entrants to the youth justice system, People in prison who have a mental illness or significant mental illness, First time offenders, Deaths from drug misuse, Antibiotic prescribing in primary care, Proportion of fiver year old children free from dental decay and Estimated dementia diagnosis rate (aged 65+). 12 indicators have had additional inequalities data added.

Correction - 10th July 2018

A correction has been applied to the count for ‘2.14 - smoking prevalence in adults – current smokers (APS)’ in 2017 for counties. All percentages remain unchanged and other geographies are unaffected.

July 2018

Data for 2.14 - Smoking prevalence in adults - current smokers (APS) has been added for 2017. In addition, the confidence intervals for previous years have been revised due to the implementation of an improved method. 

Supporting information showing the population aged under 18 and the population aged 65 and over have been updated to use revised mid-year estimates published by ONS.

13th June 2018

Data for 2.22iii - Cumulative percentage of the eligible population aged 40-74 offered an NHS Health Check, 2.22iv - Cumulative percentage of eligible population aged 40-74 offered an NHS Health Check who received an NHS Health Check and 2.22v - Cumulative percentage of eligible population aged 40-74 who received an NHS Health Check has been updated to include the five year period 2013/14 – 2017/18. 

June 2018

Data for 3.02 – Chlamydia detection rate (15-24 year olds) has been updated to include 2017 information.  

A HTML version of the PHOF ‘at a glance’ is also now available from the download tab and instructions on how to print this out are available from the Further information page.

A ‘New data’ label is now available for indicators that have been updated in the previous quarter and a date of the latest update is available on the definitions page.

May 2018

Full details of the indicators that have been updated in this release, as well as details for previous releases can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/public-health-outcomes-framework.

April 2018

Data for 2.13i - Percentage of physically active adults and 2.13ii - Percentage of physically inactive adults have been updated to include 2016/17 information. In addition, 2015/16 data for 2.13i - Percentage of physically active adults has been corrected due to an error in the Active Lives Survey data, which Sport England has now corrected. For more information see the Sport England website https://www.sportengland.org/research/active-lives-survey/a-revision-to-active-lives-stats/ 

CIPFA have updated their Nearest Neighbours Model in 2018, resulting in amended peer groups for local authorities. These new benchmarking groups have been implemented in Fingertips from April 2018.

February 2018

Full details of the indicators that have been updated in this release, as well as details for previous releases can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/public-health-outcomes-framework.

January 2018

Data for indicators 2.06 - Child excess weight in 4-5 and 10-11 year olds have been updated to include 2016/17 information.

November 2017

Full details of the indicators that have been updated in this release, as well as details for previous releases can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/public-health-outcomes-framework.

For those mortality indicators that are directly standardised rates, values are now presented at all time points for counts of 10 or over, to take account of a revised cut-off for DSR calculation, following research commissioned by PHE and in preparation for publication which shows DSRs and their confidence intervals are robust whenever the count is at least 10.

October 2017

Data for indicator 3.04 - HIV late diagnosis has been updated to include 2014-16 information. Data supplied for previous years are updated on an annual basis due to clinic/laboratory resubmissions and improvements to data cleaning.  As a result, data has been revised for all time periods (2009-11 to 2013-15).

September 2017

This update includes two new physical activity indicators; percentage of physically active adults - current method and percentage of physically inactive adults - current method. These new indicators will provide an update, in terms of data source and definition, to the physical activity indicators previously published. The previous indicators for physically active and inactive adults have been retained on the webtool and are re-titled with historic method https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/physical-activity-data-tool-september-2017-update

August 2017

Full details of the indicators that have been updated in this release, as well as details for previous releases can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/public-health-outcomes-framework.

Fuel poverty (1.17) - the confidence intervals for this indicator have been removed as the method for calculating them previously was deemed inappropriate for the model used to create the indicator. Where possible, confidence intervals appropriate to the model will be added at a later date.

Due to a number of data and methodological issues, the ONS area classification groupings have been revised. Data is now only available for these revised groupings in cases where it can be aggregated from local authority values.

PHE recently published a health equity report which presents analysis and commentary on inequalities for 18 indicators from the PHOF. This report supports understanding of inequalities in health for different populations in England, with a particular focus on inequalities between ethnic groups.  The report was accompanied by a blogpost on ‘Understanding health inequalities in England’.

June 2017

Data for indicators 2.14 - Smoking Prevalence in adults - current smokers (APS) (including inequalities for routine and manual occupations) and 3.02 - Chlamydia detection rate (15-24 year olds) have been updated to include 2016 information. 

A ‘boxplot’ has now been added to the page tabs showing the distribution of values for each indicator nationally or regionally. More information on the boxplots can be found on the FAQ page.

May 2017

Full details of the indicators that have been updated in this release, as well as details for previous releases can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/public-health-outcomes-framework.

A population view has now been added to the page tabs for each local area showing a population pyramid based on the latest ONS population estimates.

The data download is now available as a csv file for all indicators, by indicator domain or individual indicator. The download now also contains inequalies information where available for each indicator. A metadata document can be found on the FAQ page.

April 2017

Data for indicator 2.04 - Under 18 conceptions (including inequalities for conceptions in those aged under 16) has been updated to include 2015 information. 

March 2017

Data for indicator 2.01 - Low birth weight of term babies has been updated to include 2015 information. 

February 2017

Full details of the indicators that have been updated in this release, as well as details for previous releases can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/public-health-outcomes-framework.

The Public Health Outcomes Framework was refreshed in May 2016, following a consultation in 2015 and some indicators were published in the August and November 2016 updates. Details of the new framework can be found in the government response to the consultation. https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/reviewing-the-indicators-in-the-public-health-outcome-framework 

‘Recent trend’ markers have been added to some indicators showing the results of a statistical test for a trend in the data as well as inequalities trend charts for indicators where this information is available. 

The PHE Obesity Risk Factors Intelligence team have produced supporting indicators for the excess weight in adults and data on child obesity and excess weight at small area level links to which can be found on the further information page.

November 2016

Full details of the indicators that have been updated in this release, as well as details for previous releases can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/public-health-outcomes-framework.

The Public Health Outcomes Framework was refreshed in May 2016, following a consultation in 2015 and some indicators were published in the August 2016 update. Details of the new framework can be found in the government response to the consultation. https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/reviewing-the-indicators-in-the-public-health-outcome-framework 

‘Recent trend’ markers have been added to some indicators showing the results of a statistical test for a trend in the data as well as inequalities trend charts for indicators where this information is available.

October 2016

In August 2016, markers of significant trends were added to the tool, for selected indicator types. We have now amended the method for the trend icon calculation, by adjusting the significance level from 95% significance to 99.8% significance, as this was felt to be a more appropriate level to test for trends. This functionality is in development, if you would like to feed back any comments, please send them to phof.enquiries@phe.gov.uk.

Revision Notice

In October 2016, data for the indicator 3.04 - HIV late diagnosis has been revised.  Data supplied for previous years are updated on an annual basis due to clinic/laboratory resubmissions and improvements to data cleaning.  As a result, data has been revised for all time periods (2009-11 to 2012-14).

September 2016

Due to the omission in error of District level data for 4.01 - Infant mortality in the August 2016 update this data has now been made available.

August 2016

Full details of the indicators that have been updated in this release, as well as details for previous releases can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/public-health-outcomes-framework.

The Public Health Outcomes Framework was refreshed in May 2016, following a consultation in 2015 and some indicators are now being published in this August update. Details of the new framework can be found in the government response to the consultation. https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/reviewing-the-indicators-in-the-public-health-outcome-framework 

‘Recent trend’ markers have been added to some indicators showing the results of a statistical test for a trend in the data.

Correction Notice

An error has been identified with the regional values for the indicators "Smoking prevalence in adults – current smokers (APS)" and “Smoking prevalence in adults in routine and manual occupations – current smokers (APS)” for 2014 only. These values have now been corrected.

July 2016

Data for indicator 3.02 (Chlamydia detection rate (15-24 year olds) – CTAD) have been revised. Laboratories are encouraged to resubmit data when there has been an improvement in the data quality and completeness since the original submission. As a result of these resubmissions, the data have been revised for 2012, 2013 and 2014.

May 2016

Full details of the indicators that have been updated in this release, as well as details for previous releases can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/public-health-outcomes-framework.

Overarching indicators 0.1i - Healthy life expectancy (for males and females) and 0.2v - Slope index of inequality in healthy life expectancy at birth based on national deprivation deciles within England have been updated with more recent data.

Extra supporting information has also been added looking at the percentage of the population aged <18, percentage of the population aged >65 and percentage of the population from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) groups.

March 2016

Due to errors found by ONS in the 2013 population data, life expectancy figures for 2011-13 for the local authorities of St. Albans and Welwyn Hatfield have been corrected. This effects indicators 0.1ii (life expectancy at birth and life expectancy at age 65) and 0.2iv (gap in life expectancy between each local authority and England as a whole) for both males and females.

February 2016

Full details of the indicators that have been updated in this release, as well as details for previous releases can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/public-health-outcomes-framework.

New baseline data is available for indicator 0.2vi - SII in healthy life expectancy based within local authorities, based on deprivation within Middle Super Output Areas for male and female. IMD 2015 scores have also been added as supporting information.

The back series for indicators 2.24i - 2.24iii (Injuries due to falls in people aged 65 and over, aged 65-79 and aged 80+) and 4.14i - 4.14iii (Hip fractures in people aged 65 and over, aged 65-69 and aged 80+) have been corrected.

December 2015

The ability to group Local Authorities by their CIPFA Nearest Neighbour has been added to the PHOF data tool. Please note that currently, it is only possible to group local authorities by their type (Counties, County Districts, Unitary Authorities, London Boroughs). To send feedback, or to provide suggestions regarding this new feature, please contact ProfileFeedback@phe.gov.uk.

Users can also find out which Fingertips profiles indicators come from when using the search function.

November 2015

Full details of the indicators that have been updated in this release, as well as details for previous releases can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/public-health-outcomes-framework.

Indicators 2.11i (% of the population meeting the recommended '5-a-day'), 2.11ii (the average number of portions of fruit eaten on the previous day) and 2.11iii (average number of portions of vegetables eat on the previous day) have been corrected. There have also been revisions to indicators 2.12 (Excess weight in adults), 1.01i (Children in poverty - all dependent children under 20), 1.01ii (Children in poverty - under 16s), 3.03xiv (Flu vaccination coverage - Over 65s) and 3.03xv (Flu vaccination coverage - at risk individuals).

New ONS clusters based on the 2011 census have also been added to the tool.

September 2015

The results of the latest user survey are now available. They are available here.

An error was identified with the England value for indicator 2.13ii (percentage of physically inactive adults) for the year 2013. This has been corrected.

Due to the coverage target being reduced to 85% (at national level), the England figure for indicator 2.02ii (Breastfeeding at 6-8 weeks) for the year 2013/14 has been added.

Benchmarking for indicator 3.07 (Comprehensive, agreed inter-agency plans for responding to health protection incidents and emergencies) has been removed due to inconsistencies when presenting local authority and comparator data.

August 2015

Full details of the indicators that have been updated in this release, as well as details for previous releases can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/public-health-outcomes-framework.

Indicators 2.11i (% of the population meeting the recommended '5-a-day'), 2.11ii (average number of portions of fruit eaten on the previous day) and 2.11iii (average number of portions of vegetables eaten on the previous day) have been removed. An error was discovered with the application of the survey weights. As a result the data for these indicators has been removed and it will be re-published in the November PHOF update

The Index of Multiple Deprivation score (2010) has been added as supporting information. This is not an indicator within the PHOF but is included to provide some context

July 2015

Indicator 0.2v (slope index of inequality in healthy life expectancy at birth based on national deprivation deciles within England) has been corrected in the PHOF tool for the time points 2009-2011 and 2010-2012. The most recent data for 2011-2013 is unaffected. This correction is due to the source values being corrected by ONS, following the identification of a minor error in the way the indicator was calculated. This correction has led to a slight increase in the value for these indicators at England level, to the second decimal place. Further details can be found on the ONS website (http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/publications/re-reference-tables.html?edition=tcm%3A77-392673).

Data for indicator 3.02 (Chlamydia detection rate (15-24 year olds) – CTAD) have been revised. Laboratories are encouraged to resubmit CTAD data for any period to the HIV & STI Web Portal when there has been an improvement in the data quality and completeness since the original submission. As a result of these resubmissions, the data have been revised for 2012 and 2013.

June 2015

Counts and denominators for indicators 2.02i (breastfeeding initiation) and 2.02ii (breastfeeding prevalence at 6-8 weeks after birth) have been removed for the areas where the indicator value has not been presented for failing to meet NHS England's validation rules. This is in order to remove the risk of misinterpretation of counts that have not met the validation criteria for these indicators.

May 2015

Full details of the indicators that have been updated in this release, as well as details for previous releases can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/public-health-outcomes-framework.

Due to further planned changes to the methodology for the dementia diagnoses rates by NHS England, indicator 4.16 has been updated at England level only. The definition has not been revised this time and local authority data have not been added.

Updates to functionality this month include the addition of scatterplots to compare two indicators and the ability to link directly to specific indicators and/or local authorities.

Indicator 3.02i (Chlamydia detection rate - old NCSP data) has been removed. It was originally kept to provide a baseline for the newer CTAD figures and to provide continuity during the change of datasets. However, the dramatic improvement in quality of the CTAD data means this indicator is no longer required.

March 2015

Indicators 0.1ii, 0.2iv, 2.13i, 2.13ii and 4.10 have been corrected (for more information please see the correction notice in the "About" section)

February 2015

New baseline data have been published for indicators 0.2vii, 1.08i, 1.13i, 1.13ii, 2.21i, 2.21iii, 2.21iv, 2.21v, 2.21viii 3.02ii, 3.04 and 3.07

More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have been published for indicators 0.1ii, 0.2i, 0.2ii, 0.2iii, 0.2iv, 1.01i, 1.01ii, 1.02i, 1.02ii, 1.06i, 1.06ii, 1.08iii, 1.13i, 1.13ii, 1.18i, 2.06i, 2.06ii, 2.08, 2.17,  2.23i, 2.23ii, 2.23iii, 2.23iv, 3.02ii, 3.03i, 3.03iii, 3.03v, 3.03vi, 3.03vii, 3.03viii, 3.03ix, 3.03x, 3.03xii, 3.02xiv, 3.03xv, 3.04, 4.09, 4.15i, 4.15ii, 4.15iii and 4.15iv

Inequalities breakdowns have been added for indicators 0.1ii, 1.02i, 1.02ii, 1.06i, 1.06ii, 2.14, 3.02ii and 4.11

Indicators 1.08i, 1.13i, 1.13ii, 3.02ii, and 3.04 have been revised to take account of updated data

Indicator 4.11 has been updated with pre-baseline trend data

Indicators 1.09i, 1.09ii, 2.14 (routine and manual), 2.22iv have been corrected (for more information please see the correction notice in the “About” section).

November 2014

New baseline data have been published for indicators 2.09ii, 2.09iii, 2.16, 2.23v, and 4.13.

More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have been published for indicators 1.08ii, 1.09i, 1.09ii, 1.10, 1.12ii, 1.12iii, 1.14i, 1.15i, 1.15ii, 1.16, 2.01, 2.02i, 2.02ii, 2.03, 2.09ii, 2.09iii, 2.14, 2.15i, 2.15ii, 2.20i, 2.20ii, 2.21vii, 3.06, 4.03, 4.04i, 4.04ii, 4.05i, 4.05ii, 4.06i, 4.06ii, 4.07i, 4.07ii, 4.08, 4.10, and 4.13.

Inequalities breakdowns have been added for indicators 2.14, 2.18, 4.03, 4.04i, 4.04ii, 4.05i, 4.05ii, 4.06i, 4.06ii, 4.07i, 4.07ii, 4.08, 4.10, and 4.13.

Indicators 2.15i and 2.15ii have been revised to take account of updated data.

Indicators 2.09ii and 2.09iii have been updated with pre-baseline trend data.

September 2014

There has been a correction to the 2013/14 NHS Health Checks data on offers in Redcar and Cleveland. The impact of this correction is that it has reduced the proportion of offers issued (indicator 2.22iii) and increased the uptake against offers (indicator 2.22iv) for Redcar and Cleveland.

August 2014

New baseline data have been published for indicators 1.02ii, 1.07, 2.22iii, 2.22iv, 2.22v, and 4.09. N.B. 2.22i and 2.22ii have been replaced by 2.22iii-v.

More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have been published for indicators 0.1i, 0.2v, 1.03, 1.04, 1.05, 1.07, 1.14ii, 1.14iii, 1.17, 2.13i, 2.13ii, 3.01, 3.02ii, 4.09, 4.12i, 4.12ii, 4.12iii, and 4.12iv.

Inequalities breakdowns have been added for indicators 0.1ii, 1.03, 1.06ii, 1.17, and 4.11.

Indicators 1.04 and 3.02ii have been revised to take account of updated data.

Indicators 1.01i, 1.01ii, 2.18, and 4.09 have been updated with pre-baseline trend data.

May 2014

New baseline data have been published for indicators 0.2ii, 0.2v, 1.06ii, 1.08iii, 1.19i, 1.19ii, 1.19iii, 2.18, 2.19, and 4.16.

More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have been published for indicators 0.2i, 0.2iii, 1.06i, 1.11, 1.15i, 1.15ii, 1.19i, 1.19ii, 1.19iii, 2.04, 2.08, 2.18, 2.24i, 2.24ii, 2.24iii, 3.06, 4.01, 4.11, 4.14i, 4.14ii, 4.14iii, and 4.16.

Additional lower tier local authority data have been added for indicators 1.03 and 3.02i.

Inequalities breakdowns have been added for indicators 1.06i, 1.06ii, 1.18i, 1.18ii, 1.19i, 1.19ii, 1.19iii, 2.06i, 2.06ii, 2.07i, 2.24i, and 4.11

Indicators 2.24i, 2.24ii, 2.24iii, 3.02i, 4.11, 4.14i, 4.14ii, and 4.14iii have been updated with revised populations following the 2011 Census.

Indicators 2.24i, 2.24ii, 2.24iii, 4.14i, 4.14ii, and 4.14iii have been updated to take account of the introduction of the 2013 European Standard Population.

Indicator 1.11 has been revised to take account of updated data from ONS.

Indicator 2.08 has been updated to take account of a revised definition.

Indicators 0.1ii, 0.2i, 0.2ii, 0.2iii, 0.2iv, 4.01, and 4.16 have been updated with pre-baseline trend data.

February 2014

New baseline data have been published for indicators 1.01i, 1.02i, 1.02ii, 1.06ii, 1.08iii, 1.11, 1.12iii, 1.18ii, 2.12, 2.23i, 2.23ii, 2.23iii, 2.23iv, 4.15iii and 4.15iv. More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have been published for indicators 0.1ii, 0.2iv, 1.12i, 1.13i, 1.13ii, 1.18i, 2.02i, 2.02ii, 2.03, 2.06i, 2.06ii, 2.07i, 2.07ii, 2.14, 2.17, 3.03i, 3.03iii, 3.03iv, 3.03v, 3.03vi, 3.03vii, 3.03viii, 3.03ix, 3.03x, 3.03xii, 3.03xiii, 3.03xiv, 3.03xv, 3.04, 4.03, 4.04i, 4.04ii, 4.05i, 4.05ii, 4.06i, 4.06ii, 4.07i, 4.07ii, 4.08, 4.10, 4.15i and 4.15ii. Additional lower tier local authority data have been added for indicator 1.13i, 1.13ii, 2.01 and 2.04. Inequalities breakdowns have been added for indicators 1.02i, 1.02ii, 2.04, 2.14, 3.04, 4.03, 4.04i, 4.04ii, 4.05i, 4.05ii, 4.06i, 4.06ii, 4.07i, 4.07ii, 4.08 and 4.10. Indicators 1.12i, 3.03i, 3.03iii, 3.03iv, 3.03v, 3.03vi, 3.03vii, 3.03viii, 3.03ix, 3.03x, 3.03xii, 3.03xiii, 3.03xiv, 3.03xv, 3.05ii, 4.03, 4.04i, 4.04ii, 4.05i, 4.05ii, 4.06i, 4.06ii, 4.07i, 4.07ii, 4.08 and 4.10 have been updated with revised populations following the 2011 Census. In addition, indicators 4.03, 4.04i, 4.04ii, 4.05i, 4.05ii, 4.06i, 4.06ii, 4.07i, 4.07ii, 4.08, and 4.10 have been updated to take account of ICD-10 coding changes and the introduction of the 2013 European Standard Population. Indicator 1.12i has also been updated to use the 2013 European Standard Population. Indicators 2.01, 2.04, 4.03, 4.04i, 4.04ii, 4.05i, 4.05ii, 4.06i, 4.06ii, 4.07i, 4.07ii, 4.08, 4.10, 4.15i, 4.15ii, 4.15iii, and 4.15iv have been updated with pre-baseline data. 

November 2013

New baseline data have been published for indicators 0.1i, 0.1ii, 0.2i, 0.2iii, 0.2iv, 1.14ii, 1.14iii, 1.17, 4.02, 4.15i and 4.15ii. More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have been published for indicators 1.01ii, 1.10, 1.12ii, 1.16, 2.01, 2.15i, 2.15ii, 2.20i, 2.20ii, 2.01, 3.05i and 3.05ii. Additional lower tier local authority data have been added for indicators 2.06i and 2.06ii. Inequalities breakdowns have been added for indicators 1.17, 1.18 and 3.02ii. Data for indicator 1.12ii has been updated with revised populations following the 2011 Census. Data for indicators 2.20i and 2.20ii have been updated following revisions by the HSCIC.

August 2013

Data for indicators 4.04i and 4.05i have been updated with revised populations following the 2011 Census.

August 2013

New baseline data have been published for indicators 1.08i, 1.08ii, 1.09i, 1.09ii, 1.18, 2.07, 2.13i, 2.13ii, and 4.01. More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have been published for indicators 1.03, 1.04i, 1.05, 1.14i, 2.22i, 2.22ii, 4.12i, 4.12ii, 4.12iii, 4.12iv. Pre-baseline trend data have been added for indicators 2.04, 2.06i, and 2.06ii. Data for indicators 1.04i, 1.10, 1.14i, 4.12i, 4.12ii, 4.12iii, and 4.12iv have been updated with revised populations following the 2011 Census. Indicator 3.02 has been split into two subindicators – indicator 3.02i is based on data for 2010 and 2011 and will not be updated in future. Indicator 3.02ii is based on data for 2012 and will be updated in future years – see the indicator definition for further details.

May 2013

New baseline data have been published for indicators 2.15i and 2.15ii. This replaces indicator 2.15. The definition of indicator 1.06i has also been updated and new baseline data made available. More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have also been published for the indicators 1.15i, 1.15ii, 2.02i, 2.02ii, 2.04, 2.06i, 2.06ii, 2.08, 2.17, 2.21vii, 2.24, 3.02, 3.03i, 3.03iii, 3.03iv, 3.03v, 3.03vi, 3.03vii, 3.03viii, 3.03ix, 3.03x, 3.03xii, 3.03xiii, 3.03xiv, 3.03xv, 3.06, and 4.14 - trend data are now available to view for these. Data for indicator 2.22 have been revised for the following areas: England, Derbyshire, Dorset, Harrow, Tameside, Leeds, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland, Stockton-on-Tees, and Nottingham, in line with revised data from Department of Health released in November 2012. Baseline data for indicator 2.04 have been updated with revised population estimates following the 2011 Census. Indicator 3.03vi has been expanded to include data for 5 year olds.

February 2013

New baseline data have been published for indicators 1.12i, 3.04 and 4.08. More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have also been published for the indicators 1.04i, 1.12ii, 2.03, 2.14, 2.20i and 2.20ii - trend data are now available to view for these.

November 2012

Data for indicator 2.20i: Cancer screening coverage – breast cancer have been updated. This mainly affects Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire, though there are slight changes to some other areas. Please see the notes section of the metadata for a list of those areas affected.