The choices people make can have a lasting impact on their health. Improving patient care isn't just about treating people's individual diseases, it also means changing and preventing harmful behaviours which can improve and even save people's lives.
About the Compendium of Population Health Indicators
This compendium is a collection of indicators, giving a comprehensive overview of population health at a national, regional and local level. These indicators were previously available on the Clinical and Health Outcomes Knowledge Base website (also known as NCHOD).
National Study of Health and Wellbeing
Also known as the Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey, this survey runs every 7 years.
Adult Dental Health Survey
The Adult Dental Health Survey collects information about the condition of adults' teeth and dental hygiene. It investigates dental experiences, knowledge of and attitudes towards dental care and oral hygiene.
National Study of Health and Wellbeing: Children and Young People
This survey aims to follow up parents, children and young people that took part in the 2017 survey. It will cover around 7,800 children and young people living in private households in England who gave their consent in the 2017 survey to be re-contacted.
Children's Dental Health Survey
This survey collects information about the condition of children's teeth, dental hygiene, oral health attitudes and behaviours and dental care received.
Lifestyle publications cover a range of topics including smoking, alcohol, drug use, obesity and contraception. Some of these publications are sourced from surveys commissioned by us, while suites of compendia publications present a range of data on the topic from a variety of sources.
Smoking, drinking and drug use among young people in England
This survey helps central and local government to better understand young people's behaviours and to develop policies, plan services and new initiatives and to monitor and evaluate their impact.
What About Youth study
Find out more about the What About Youth (WAY) study, which was launched as part of a government pledge to make improvements to the health of young people.
Digital mapping information
Viewing data on a map allows you to see hidden trends, and the public sector can access a range of Ordnance Survey data for free, through the Public Sector Mapping Agreement.
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