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Statistical publications and data

NHS Digital publishes Official Statistics, produced under the Code of Practice for Official Statistics. This helps make sure that our statistics are produced independently and are trustworthy, high quality and of public value. Some of our releases have 'National Statistics' status - this is awarded by the UK Statistics Authority only to publications with the highest standards of Code compliance, including the value they add to public decisions and debate. Our official publications cover a wide range of topics from GP earnings to the number of school children who have taken drugs.

Statistical publications and data

Publications Calendar April 2017 - March 2018

This calendar contains the official statistical publications NHS Digital produces about health and care in England. Official statistics are those published by government agencies and other public bodies. Official statistics planned for the next 12 months are listed in our publications calendar

Data catalogue

Search our Official Statistics, surveys, audits, reports and other statistics via the data catalogue.

All A - Z

An A-Z list of all our Official Statistics

Where our data comes from

Official Statistics published by NHS Digital come from two main sources:

  • data from administrative and management systems
  • data from statistical surveys and collections

In line with the Code of Practice for Official Statistics we make our  administrative sources public.

Methodology

Information about how our statistics are produced are included within each publication.

We also publish any changes to the ways data is collected or interpreted for our publications.

View our list of methodological changes

Supplementary information

Statistics produced by request which are related to our publications or data are made available to the public on our supplementary information pages.

These are published in addition to our regular statistical publications and cover a range of topics.

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