Toolkits are resources and case studies which providing to support to enable better understanding and use of data and information.
- DescriptionThese tools are intended to help users understand their local child poverty context, to help engage partners and to understand how policy should be developed. The toolkit includes: a short power point presentation generated specifically for a users area with context, high level up-to-date indicators, and national and regional comparators; and a longer, data rich, presentation generated a users area with assistance on how to interpret trends;
- DescriptionThis tool provides information on the following: The current life expectancy in each local authority, and in the most deprived quintile of each local authority; the current gap in life expectancy between the most deprived quintile and the local authority as a whole for all areas, and between the local authority and England for spearhead areas; an analysis of the contribution of causes of death to the gap between the most deprived quintile of the local authority and a variety of comparators.
- DescriptionThis guide is intended to be a short, practical resource for anyone in any health system who is responsible for using indicators to monitor and improve performance, systems or outcomes. The guide provides advice in selecting and interpreting appropriate indicators to monitor performance in health outcomes.
- DescriptionThe Virtual Microdata Laboratory (VML) is a facility within the Office for National Statistics (ONS) which enables access to restricted microdata for research purposes. Researchers from government and academia use the VML to carry out research on ONS surveys and other confidential datasets.
- DescriptionWorkforce profiling can be used for the development of good employment targets for under-represented groups. It provides baseline data that enables the council to decide whether or not their workforce is reflective of the local community and put in place actions to address this. This toolkit helps develop workforce profiling.