TopicsHealth (3) Art and Culture (1) Business and Economy (1) Employment and Skills (1) Young People (1)
PublishersAssociation of Public Health Observatories (1) Department of Health (1) Information Centre for Health and Social Care (1) Office for National Statistics (ONS) (1)
- Updated 4 years agoOffice for National Statistics (ONS)Number of workplaces and employees working in industry sectors that operate in the evening or night. The "night time economy" is defined as the following Standard Industrial Classification 2007 (SIC 2007) industries: Cultural and leisure activities Activities which support night time cultural and leisure activities 24-hour health and personal social services Activities which support wider social and economic activities This data is pr...
- Updated 7 years agoInformation Centre for Health and Social CareEmergency hospital admission rates for all conditions and all ages. Data is available from Health and Social Care Information Centre Indicator Portal and Hospital episode statistics legacy website containing content from the London Health Observatory]. Indirectly age and sex standardised rates.
- Updated 8 years agoDepartment of HealthNumerators, denominators and rates of emergency hospital admissions caused by unintentional and deliberate injuries to children and young people (aged 0-17 years) by Region and Local Authority, 2003/04 to 2011/12. This data used to make up National Indicator 70 (NI70). Data available from The LGA Inform website.
- Created 9 years agoAssociation of Public Health ObservatoriesAlcohol Indicators related to hospital admissions, covering: Months of life lost - males Months of life lost - females Alcohol-specific mortality - males Alcohol-specific mortality - females Mortality from chronic liver disease - males Mortality from chronic liver disease - females Alcohol-attributable mortality - males Alcohol-attributable mortality - females Alcohol-specific hospital admission - under 18s Alcohol-specific hospital ad...