Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)

Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)

The North East Lincolnshire JSNA is a suite of assessments regarding local health and wellbeing and social care needs. The JSNA is a statutory requirement and the evidence from the JSNA is used to inform commissioning to improve the health and wellbeing of the local population.

The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally affected every child, adult, family and community in North East Lincolnshire, therefore the 2020/21 JSNA refresh has explored the impacts of COVID-19 across a range of themes and across the life course. COVID-19 has put severe pressure on the local health and social care system in North East Lincolnshire. Impacts of the pandemic will be evident for many years whilst others have exacerbated existing inequalities.

The JSNA is comprised of seven themes, all of which are integral to the wellbeing of the local population. An overarching State of the Borough report pulls together the key points regarding each of the JSNA themes.
State of the Borough 2021

For greater detail, each JSNA theme has its own report and which should be referred to in their own right.
Economy Report 2021
Education and Skills Report 2021
Children and Young People Report 2021
Health and Wellbeing Report 2021
Communities and Environment Report 2021
Housing Report 2021
Adult Social Care Report 2021

An equity impact assessment has been undertaken to explore the impact that COVID-19 has had on health inequalities.
COVID-19 Equity Impact Assessment 2021

A report which explores the impact that COVID-19 has had on cancer services has been produced, and this report also summarises the response to the pandemic and the plans for recovery.

COVID-19 impact on cancer services 2022