The TB Strategy Monitoring Indicators tool has been developed by Public Health England to allow local information about the key TB monitoring indicators for the Collaborative TB Strategy 2015-2020 to be easily accessed. The indicators will enable users to see how their areas are performing against other localities, and to track their performance over time. The interactive maps, graphs and tables can be used to support local areas in assessing their local TB service needs, developing their local TB action plans and monitoring their progress in achieving the ambitions of their local plans and the Strategy.

For local authorities and CCGs with fewer than 20 TB cases per year, data for all the indicators (apart from three-year average TB incidence) will be suppressed to avoid deductive disclosure.

The Collaborative Tuberculosis Strategy for England 2015-2020 can be accessed via the link:

Full detail of the metadata can be found using the Definitions tab within the tool. A User Guide for TB Strategy Monitoring Indicators is also available to help navigate this profile.



Recent updates

January 2018

Data update;

Updates to the data made available in the Download tab. Information presented in the rest of the profile remains unchanged.

November 2017

Data update;

2016 data added. All previous years updated using most recent TB notification dataset. Data now presented for NHS Sub-regions and revised 2017 CCG boundaries.

January 2017

Data update;

Data for the indicator "Proportion of drug sensitive TB cases with at least one social risk factor who completed treatment within 12 months" updated to exclude those aged under 15 years. 

November 2016

Data update;

Data for the indicator "Proportion of TB cases offered an HIV test" corrected following the identification of a coding error in the variable used to publish this indicator. 

October 2016

Data update;

2015 data added. All previous years updated using most recent TB notification dataset.