Hampshire Health and Wellbeing

Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)


Hampshire’s Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) looks at the current and future health and well-being needs and inequalities within local populations. It is used to inform and guide the planning and commissioning (buying) of health, well-being and social care within the local authority area.

The 2015 JSNA assesses: Living in Hampshire, Starting Well, Staying Well, Ageing Well and Dying in Hampshire. It highlights the current situation across the county and makes recommendations on how the public’s health could be improved further

The Hampshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment 2013

During 2013 the JSNA was revised.


Health Profiles

A snapshot overview of health for each local authority and how they compare to the national and regional average.


Hampshire Alcohol Needs Assessment

The Alcohol Needs Assessment brings together the latest available data and information in respect of alcohol and the impact of alcohol on a range of cross-cutting issues including: health, social and crime implications:


The Social Isolation and Loneliness in Hampshire  Download Adobe Reader to view this PDF 2MB needs assessment considers the extent and impact of social isolation on populations in Hampshire, especially those most at risk.


The JSNA - Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities document  Download Adobe Reader to view this PDF 918kB summarises the needs of Hampshire children and young people aged 0-25 years who have special educational needs or a disability (SEND).