JSNAJoint Strategic Needs Assessment (UK)
JSNAJapan Sports Nutrition Association
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A JSNA enables CCGs and local authorities to describe the current and future health, care and wellbeing needs of local populations, and to identify the strategic direction of service delivery to meet those needs.
The JSNA is going to have to be more dynamic and identify the big priorities for Birmingham."
The report concludes: "The key things emerging from this JSNA with the biggest impact on improving health and wellbeing for children include; good parenting, parent-child attachment, a stable home environment and better informed choices around health behaviour."
Katrina Venerus, director of operations and commissioning at LOCSU, said: "Since eye health is now recognised as a public health priority by the Government, Health and Wellbeing Boards will be required to include eye health needs in their annual JSNAs. The template will be very helpful in highlighting the link between eye health and other public health priorities.
The JSNA brings together an array of information which outlines the main lifestyle issues facing the people of the borough.
Warwickshire's aging population is one of the future challenges and current weaknesses flagged up by a new county health plan, the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA).
Stockton Council's Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA), which is a document assessing the health of the borough, has also had its alcohol section rejigged to recognise foetal alcohol disorders.
"More detailed information on the health and wellbeing of Kirklees can be found in our Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) which will be published at the end of July."
The annual Joint Services Needs Assessment (JSNA) is an empowering document for patients, the public and professionals alike, and forms a basis for service planning.
Tees Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) data shows those who do kill themselves are, statistically, likely to be single men who live alone and are unemployed.