There are a number of key national outcome frameworks for Stockport which highlight areas of good practice and areas of concern.
For the 2015/16 JSNA we have reviewed these and identified the areas within each framework where the local health economy performs either in the best or worst quartile nationally, download the full briefing
Stockport performs consistently poorly across all frameworks where indicators relate to alcohol and liver disease and indicators which are based on emergency or unplanned admissions to hospital. Although melanoma incidence is high in Stockport, outcomes are not poorer than nationally.
A national outcome framework for the health and well being of children has yet to be developed, but there are indicators within the Public Health Outcome Framework which are specifically targeted at these groups.
Downloadable profiles are available for the Public Health and Adult Social Care profiles
- Public Health Outcome Framework
- Adult Social Care Outcome Framework
The most up to date versions of these frameworks can also be accessed by online tools: