Last week we released an interactive map highlighting the priorities of all health and wellbeing boards across England. If you would like to update the priorities for your area, or if you want to map to additional or alternative themes within the map, please contact email@example.com
About the map of health and wellbeing priorities
Local health and wellbeing priorities have been mapped against a number of key themes - when you select a theme the map highlights all areas who have included it in their priorities. By selecting an area on the map, you can link to the local Health and Wellbeing Strategy for more detail, or view reports on health and wellbeing in the local area produced in LG Inform (local authority level) and LG Inform Plus (a ward level comparison within the local area). A link to the latest Health Profile from Public Health England (PHE) is also provided.
This map is designed to provide a practical tool that helps to simulate collaboration and learning between areas. Local summaries have been drawn from PHE's Health Profile 2013, but due to space limitations not all the priorities are included for some areas. The classification by priority themes is subjective and is designed to highlight where there are similarities - it is not a definitive list of all local activity. Local Health and Wellbeing Strategies will provide more detail on local action.
We would like to update the map to include a fuller description of priorities to coincide with the launch of PHE's Health Profiles 2014 planned for the 8th July.
If you would like to update the priorities for your area, or if you want to map to additional or alternative themes within the map, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please send any amendments by Thursday 26th June to allow changes to be made in time for the next planned release.