Results have now started arriving from the 2021 census!
Census maps - easy to use tool for viewing census data in a map format for various types of geographies
build a custom area profile - easy to use tool that lets you build a custom geography (or use existing ones) and see how various census data compares for your area and a comparator, such as England or the rest of Bolton.
Create a custom dataset - look at how several factors vary together in a combination you select and download as a dataset.
NOMIS - download pre-made tables of current and previous census data.
Bolton’s JSNA can be found on www.boltonjsna.org.uk and contains a wealth of information about the Bolton population, their current health, and the wide range of factors that affect health such as the physical and social environment people live in. This will be of use to people who need to consider information about Bolton in funding bids, service recommissioning, student projects, or equality impact assessments. Join this session to: Discover how an intelligence informed approach helped targeting of activities aimed at increasing Covid vaccination uptake where it was lowest; increase your understanding of the Indices of Multiple Deprivation, a core dataset for understanding small area socio-economic inequality, and resources about this on the JSNA website; and find out more about inequalities in relation to Bolton’s climate emergency.
Bolton’s Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is a statutory assessment of the current and future health and care needs of the Bolton population. Join this session for a guided tour of the JSNA website, and to hear about how it’s been used in relation to Bolton’s Fund community grants scheme and Bolton’s equality strategy.