Joint Strategic Needs Assessment

Predicting the borough's health and well-being

The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) identifies the current and future health and social care needs of the borough’s population and analyses whether needs are being met locally. It has been carried out jointly by Kensington and Chelsea Council and NHS Kensington and Chelsea.

There are three products:

JSNA 2011

The new JSNA report provides an overview of the population trends and needs, drawing from data from a range of sources, including the London Health Observatory, The Local Government Association and the Office for National Statistics, as well as data held by the local NHS and the Council. As both organisations are currently undergoing substantial change, it is envisaged that future JSNAs will take a comprehensive approach to ensuring that this structural change matches local population need.

2011 Data Factsheets

Over 100 easy to read and updated factsheets on a range of demographic, health and social care topics.

Response to the 2009 JSNA

This is a report in response to the 2009 JSNA. It describes the progress that has been made in relation to the issues that were highlighted in the last JSNA report.

Other items of interest:

Current strategies and relevant research papers

Links to current strategies and research documents that were referenced in the JSNA, as well as Department of Health papers about the JSNA.

2009 Archive

Containing previous reports and factsheets