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  • Updated 6 months ago

    Smoking Indicators, Borough

    Department of Health
    This dataset contains three smoking related indicators. Rates of self reported four-week smoking quitters Smoking quit rates per 100,000 available from the HNA. - These quarterly reports present provisional results from the monitoring of the NHS Stop Smoking Services (NHS SSS) in England. This report includes information on the number of people setting a quit date and the number who successfully quit at the 4 week follow-up. Data for...
  • Updated 7 months ago

    Deaths and Mortality Ratios, Borough

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    Deaths by local authority of usual residence, numbers and standardised mortality ratios (SMRs) by sex. SMR measures whether the population of an area has a higher or lower number of deaths than expected based on the age profile of the population (more deaths are expected in older populations). The SMR is defined as follows: SMR = (Observed no. of deaths per year)/(Expected no. of deaths per year). SMRs are calculated using the previou...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Suicide Mortality Rates, Borough

    Department of Health
    Table of directly (DSR) age-standardised rates of suicides per 100,000 population, and Indirectly (SMR) (Includes undetermined Injuries), all ages and age 15 plus, three year (pooled) average and annual, by sex. Deaths from intentional self-harm and injury undetermined whether accidentally or purposely inflicted (ICD-10 X60-X84, Y10-Y34 exc Y33.9, ICD-9 E950-E959 and E980-E989 exc E988.8), registered in the respective calendar year(s)....
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Infant and Perinatal Mortality

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    Infant and Perinatal Deaths and Mortality. Perinatal deaths are deaths occuring after 22 weeks of pregnancy, during childbirth and up to 7 complicated days of life. Infant deaths under 1 year per 1000 live births. Relevant links:
  • Created 3 years ago

    Understanding Health Impacts of Air Pollution in London

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    Borough Tables from Understanding the Health Impacts of Air Pollution in London report. King’s College London, commissioned by the Greater London Authority and Transport for London, have calculated the health impacts associated with the air pollutant nitrogen dioxide (NO2) in London. This new study shows that in 2010 there was the equivalent of up to 5,900 deaths across London associated with NO2 long term exposure. (Please note: thes...
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Estimation of Health Impacts of Particulate Pollution in London

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    Data relating to populations and population weighted annual mean PM2.5 (ug/m3) by Ward and estimated attributable deaths (rounded to whole numbers) each year based on 2008 rates at concentration coefficients of 6%, 1% and 12% per 10 ug/m3 of PM2.5. Note that the 6% co efficient factor is considered the 'best estimate' by the Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollutants (COMEAP). Commissioned to inform the Mayor's Air Quality Str...
  • Created 5 years ago

    Excess Winter Deaths, Borough

    Association of Public Health Observatories
    Excess Winter Deaths (EWD) by age and conditions (underlying cause of death) expressed as average per year based on 7 years pooled data, 2004-2011. EWD trend expressed as average per year based on 3 years data. The Excess Winter Mortality Index (EWM Index was calculated based on the 'ONS Method' which defines the winter period as December to March, and the non-winter period as August to November of that same year and April to July of t...