Local Tobacco Control Profiles - at a glance summary

Lewes

Key

Background colour shows significance compared to England average. Arrows display trend:

compEng compEng2 comp1 text1 comp2 text2
Significantly worse Significantly lower Increasing / Getting worse Increasing / Getting better
Not significantly different Significantly higher Decreasing / Getting worse Decreasing / Getting better
Significantly better Significance not tested Increasing Decreasing
No significant change Could not be calculated

Notes

Key Indicators

Indicator Age Sex Period Local value Unit Change from prev Recent trend
Smoking Prevalence in adults (18+) - current smokers (APS) 18+ yrs Persons 2019 10.1 %
Smoking prevalence in adults (18-64) - socio-economic gap in current smokers (APS) 18-64 yrs Persons 2019 3.79
Smoking status at time of delivery All ages Female 2019/20 5.64 %
Deprivation score (IMD 2019) All ages Persons 2019 15.8
Smoking Prevalence in adults (18+) - current smokers (APS) 18-64 yrs Persons 2019 14.2 %

Smoking prevalence in adults

Indicator Age Sex Period Local value Unit Change from prev Recent trend
Smoking Prevalence in adults (18+) - current smokers (APS) 18+ yrs Persons 2019 10.1 %
Smoking prevalence in adults (18+) - current smokers (GPPS) 18+ yrs Persons 2018/19 13.5 %
Smoking prevalence in adults (15+) - current smokers (QOF) 15+ yrs Persons 2018/19 15.2 %
Smoking Prevalence in adults (18+) - ex smokers (APS) 18+ yrs Persons 2019 33.7 %
Smoking prevalence in adults (18+) - ex smoker (GPPS) 18+ yrs Persons 2018/19 35.5 %
Smoking Prevalence in adults (18+) - never smoked (APS) 18+ yrs Persons 2019 56.2 %
Smoking prevalence in adults (18+) - never smoked (GPPS) 18+ yrs Persons 2018/19 51.0 %
Smoking Prevalence in adults (18+) - current smokers (APS) 18-64 yrs Persons 2019 14.2 %
Smoking Prevalence in adults (18+) - ex smokers (APS) 18-64 yrs Persons 2019 26.3 %
Smoking Prevalence in adults (18+) - never smoked (APS) 18-64 yrs Persons 2019 59.5 %

Smoking prevalence in priority populations

Indicator Age Sex Period Local value Unit Change from prev Recent trend
Smoking status at time of delivery All ages Female 2019/20 5.64 %
Smoking prevalence in adults (18-64) - socio-economic gap in current smokers (APS) 18-64 yrs Persons 2019 3.79
Smoking Prevalence in adults in routine and manual occupations (18-64) - current smokers (APS) 18-64 yrs Persons 2019 22.3 %
Smoking prevalence in adults (18+) - gap by mental health status (GPPS) 18+ yrs Persons 2018/19 1.69
Smoking prevalence in adults with a long term mental health condition (18+) - current smokers (GPPS) 18+ yrs Persons 2018/19 19.9 %
Smoking prevalence in adults with anxiety or depression (18+) - current smokers (GPPS) 18+ yrs Persons 2016/17 36.4 %

Smoking related mortality

Indicator Age Sex Period Local value Unit Change from prev Recent trend
Mortality rate from lung cancer All ages Persons 2017 - 19 36.0 per 100,000
Mortality rate from oral cancer All ages Persons 2017 - 19 4.86 per 100,000
Mortality rate from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease All ages Persons 2017 - 19 34.8 per 100,000

Smoking related ill health

Indicator Age Sex Period Local value Unit Change from prev Recent trend
Premature births (less than 37 weeks gestation)
=37 weeks gestational age at birth
Persons 2016 - 18 78.0 per 1000
Low birth weight of term babies
=37 weeks gestational age at birth
Persons 2018 3.63 %
Cost per capita of smoking attributable hospital admissions 35+ yrs Persons 2011/12 33.3 £ per capita
Emergency hospital admissions for COPD 35+ yrs Persons 2018/19 - * per 100,000
Lung cancer registrations All ages Persons 2016 - 18 56.7 per 100,000
Oral cancer registrations All ages Persons 2016 - 18 15.6 per 100,000
Oesophageal cancer registrations All ages Persons 2016 - 18 11.7 per 100,000

Accompanying indicator value notes

Label Data note
* Value is not presented due to an issue with HES coding in East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust in 2018/19, for which approximately 85,000 records erroneously had all diagnosis codes removed. In 2018/19, over 10% of patients that attended hospital from this area had records that were missing diagnosis codes