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Report
Nottingham Insight –
taster session
David J Saunders
Group Development (Training) Officer
14 October 2014
Not a training session. This is a taster
session to introduce you to…
Aims of the session
• Why should you attend?
If you are interested in the 'Looking After Each Other' agenda or
perhaps 'Small Steps Big Changes', or if you lead on any other
project, then sooner or later you will be looking for evidence to
demonstrate the need for your work or project. Nottingham Insight is
the invaluable shared evidence base, providing access to data about
Nottingham and its people.
• How will it benefit you?
You will experience a taste of what Insight can offer you, appreciate
the complexity of it, then be shown the quick way to access the
information which will benefit your organisation and its
beneficiaries. You will also be introduced to other potential sources
of evidence.
Nottingham’s priorities
Funders ask:
• How does your work align with key
strategies and priorities of your Local
Authority?
• Which local strategies does your project
support?
Need
• The starting point for any project is to be
clear on the needs it is addressing. Need
is the term we use to describe a problem
or issue, or situation where something
needs to change to make things better, for
a person, a group of people, an
environment or an organisation.
(Big (Lottery) Learning Zone)
Need - key points checklist
• What is the problem or issue you want to
address with your project?
• What evidence is there that this need exists?
• What are the reasons for the need?
• Have you carried out any research?
• Why have you prioritised this need?
• Why is your project an appropriate response to
the need?
(Big Lottery learning zone)
• Where do YOU find evidence to
demonstrate need?
What is Nottingham Insight?
• Nottingham Insight contains a wide range of:
• Statistics and policies - City of Nottingham and
Nottinghamshire.
• Shared evidence base
Nottingham City Council
Clinical Commissioning Group (NHS)
Census
• Providing access to data, information and intelligence
about Nottinghamshire.
• The site is regularly used by a range of statutory organisations to
inform the future priorities for the City of Nottingham and
Nottinghamshire.
Nottingham Insight
• http://www.nottinghaminsight.org.uk/
JSNA
Step 2
• Nottingham's needs
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)
The JSNA tells a story of communities in terms
of their health and well-being.
The JSNA in Nottingham helps the local
authority, Primary Care Trust and Local
Strategic Partnership to better understand the
needs of the population so they can plan and
organise services.
Demonstrate
Step 2 - Find out:
• CHILD: What is the estimated number of disabled
children in the city?
• There are estimated to be about 4,000 disabled children
and young people, aged 0-19, of which almost 900 have
severe and lifelong disabilities.
• JSNA: Children / Disability / Level of need / Para 1
• CHILD: How many Children in Care could there be by
2014/2015?
• Could exceed 600
• JSNA: Children in Care / Section 2
Quiz
1.
How many adults in Nottingham are estimated to have a 46,000
common mental health problem?
(40,000)
(23,000 req trt)
2.
What is the estimated number of adult frequent drug
users in the city?
3.
What is the estimated number of adults with a
moderate/severe learning disability in Nottingham?
4.
What is the estimated number of asylum seekers in
Nottingham?
5.
Teenage pregnancy. The national average is 41.4
conceptions per 1000 girls aged 15 – 17. What is the
average for Nottingham?
6,966 (3.3%)
1,293 adults
800 - 1000
adults (7,000 –
8,000 Refugees)
58.5 / 1000
Geography of:
City
Localities
Areas
Wards
Super Output areas
3
8
20
176
IMD
In England SOA
32,482
32,482 is classed as least deprived, 1 is the
most
Lower Super Output Areas
• Super Output Areas are
made up from groups of
Output Areas and are
generally the smallest
area for which data is
available
• Lower Super Output
Areas have an average
of 678 households in
Nottinghamshire (&
about 1500 residents)
32,482
Three Rivers area of
Chorleywood, Herts
Aspley
97th
9/10 worst 10%
1 scoring 10th
for Education & Skills
IMD
Index of Multiple Deprivation
• A range of statistical indicators have been
collected and grouped under seven domains.
• The overall score, the Index of Multiple
Deprivation (or IMD), is calculated from the
domain results. Some domains carry more
weight in the overall score than others.
New IMD will be released Summer 2015
Table 1: Domain and Weights
for the IMD 2010
Domain
Domain weight
Income deprivation
22.5%
Employment deprivation
22.5%
Health deprivation and disability
13.5%
Education, skills and training deprivation
13.5%
Barriers to housing and services
9.3%
Crime
9.3%
Living environment deprivation
9.3%
In addition, there are two supplementary age-specific Indices
• Income Deprivation Affecting Children
• Income Deprivation Affecting Older People
Step 4: Nottingham's Population
The statistics below provide information on trends affecting Nottingham’s population. This information
is potentially useful for organisations wishing to submit fundraising applications to deliver projects
across the City. These statistics can also be used to communicate your understanding of the needs of
the population.
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The latest estimate of the City’s resident population is 308,700, having risen by almost 5,000
since 2011.
It is estimated that this may rise to around 309,100 by 2016 and 321,300 by 2021.
International migration (recently from Eastern Europe) and an increase in student numbers
are the main reasons for the population growth since 2001, together with the excess of births
over deaths.
28% of the population are aged 18 to 29 – full-time university students comprise about 1 in 8
of the population.
In the short to medium term, the City is unlikely to follow the national trend of seeing large
increases in the number of people over retirement age, although the number aged 85+ is
projected to increase.
The number of births has risen in recent years although the latest figures show a small
decline.
The 2011 Census shows 35% of the population as being from BME groups; an increase from
19% in 2001.
Summary
• 308,700
• 28% of the population are aged 18 to 29
• Nottingham is ranked 20th most deprived district in
England in the 2010 Indices of Multiple Deprivation
(IMD), a relative improvement on 7th in the 2004 IMD.
• Around a quarter of super output areas in the City are in
the worst 10% nationally (IMD 2010).
• Crime is the Indices of Deprivation domain on which
Nottingham does worst, followed by Education, Skills &
Training and Health & Disability.
Step 2
HEALTH
Clinical Commissioning Groups
Public Health England – Health
profiles
Step 2
HEALTH
Clinical Commissioning Groups
Step 2
HEALTH
Public Health England – Health
profiles
http://www.apho.org.uk/
Then look on left:
Health Profiles
Then on left
Insight Mapping
Tools
Insight Mapping
Layers –
David J Saunders
Group Development (Training) Officer
Sector Development
NCVS
Quiz
1.
How many adults in Nottingham are estimated to have a
common mental health problem?
2.
What is the estimated number of adult frequent drug
users in the city?
3.
What is the estimated number of adults with a
moderate/severe learning disability in Nottingham?
4.
What is the estimated number of asylum seekers in
Nottingham?
5.
Teenage pregnancy. The national average is 41.4
conceptions per 1000 girls aged 15 – 17. What is the
average for Nottingham?

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