The Public Health Warwickshire Intelligence Team have developed this as part of their Core Offer to district and boroughs, bringing together information from a range of sources from across Warwickshire County Council, including the Warwickshire Observatory, as well as from national datasets.
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Rugby Borough at a glance
- Life expectancy (male): 80.2 years (2010-2012)
- Life expectancy (female): 83.7 years (2010-2012)
- Smoking: 16.9% of adults smoke (2012)
- Obesity (adults): 20.4% of adults are obese (2012)
- Obesity (children, Year 6): 16.7% of Year 6 children are obese (2012-2013)
According to ONS mid-year estimates, in 2012 population of the borough was 101,000 which equates to 18% of the total population in Warwickshire.
Life expectancy in the borough for males and females is higher than the Warwickshire and national figures. In 2010-2012, life expectancy for males was 80.2 years and 83.7 years for females. In comparison, this is higher than the equivalent figure for Warwickshire is 79.8 years for males and 83.8 years for females and national equivalent is 79.2 years for males and 83.0 years for females.
In 2012, the prevalence of adults smoking within Rugby Borough was 16.9% which is lower than the Warwickshire figure of 17.9% and national figure of 19.5%.
In 2012-2013, 17.6% of pregnant women smoked which is higher than the national figure of 12.7% and is equivalent to approximately 207 babies being born to mothers who smoked during pregnancy.
For 2012, the teenage pregnancy rate in Rugby was lower than the Warwickshire and national rates. The teenage conception rate per 1,000 females aged 15-17 was 20.8 whilst the rate for Warwickshire was 24.3 and the national rate was 27.7.
In Rugby, the prevalence of obese adults is 20.4% and 16.7% of year 6 children are obese which is lower than the equivalent national prevalence of 23.0% of adults and 18.9% of children are obese.
Public Health Warwickshire has set priorities for Rugby Borough for 2014 which include:
- Alcohol misuse, smoking in pregnancy and tackling obesity
Please see below for intelligence tailored to Rugby Borough from the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment and the Director of Public Health Annual Report.
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment
|Housing & household composition||Percentage of 20 – 34 year olds living with parents||25%||21%|
|Educational attainment||Percentage of students obtaining 5 A-C GCSE||62%||63%|
|Obesity||Number of adults with BMI 30+||18,660||109,260|
|% of obese reception aged children||8.2%||7.8%|
|Smoking||% smokers (over 18)||19.8%||19.8%|
|Sexual health||Rate per 1,000 females of under 18 conceptions||24.3||30.9|
|Long-Term Conditions||% of people self-reporting bad or very bad health||4.5%||4.9%|
|% of people self-reporting limitations to daily activities because of long-term health problem or disability||16.1%||17.1%|
|Reducing health inequalities||Males life expectancy||79.6 years||79.5 years|
|Females life expectancy||83.5 years||83.5 years|
|% of households living in fuel poverty||15.8%||15%|
|Disability||Number aged 18–64 living with serious physical disability||1,427||8,000|
|Safeguarding||Rate per 10,000 children subjected to a Child Protection Plan||39||49|
|Aging & Frailty||Number of excess winter deaths||41||276|
The JSNA aims to establish a shared, evidence based consensus on the key local priorities across health and social care and is being used to develop Warwickshire’s Health and Wellbeing Strategy, Commissioning Plans for the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and Transformation Plans for the local Health Economy.
The Health and Wellbeing Board is statutorily responsible for developing Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategies based on the assessment of need outlined in Warwickshire’s JSNA. Warwickshire’s Health and Wellbeing Board was formed in April 2013. To find out more about the Health and Wellbeing Board click here.
Warwickshire’s JSNA site can be found here.
Director of Public Health Annual Report
It is a statutory requirement that the Director of Public Health produces an annual report with the aim of improving the health and wellbeing of the people in Warwickshire. This is done by reporting publicly and independently on trends and gaps in the health and wellbeing of the population and by making recommendations for improvements to a wide range of organisations.
Please see our Director of Public Health Annual Reports page for more information.
Please note that the Annual Report is produced by Public Health Warwickshire, so does not contain data for Coventry.
- Annual Report 2014 – Protecting Health – A Hidden Agenda
- Annual Report 2013 – Learning from the past, planning from the future.
- Annual Report 2012 – 1 in 3: The Picture of Ill Health in Warwickshire.
- Annual Report 2011 – Reaching Higher: Healthy Lives, Healthy People, Healthy Warwickshire.
- Annual Report 2009-2010 – Best Health for Older People in Warwickshire.
Demographic Information: Setting the Scene
Child Health Profiles
Child Health Profiles provide a snapshot of child health and wellbeing for each local authority in England using key health indicators, which enables comparison locally, regionally and nationally. By using the profiles, local organisations in Warwickshire can work in partnership to plan and commission evidence-based services based on local need.
Click here to access the Warwickshire profiles.
Key messages from the 2011 Census for each of Warwickshire’s districts and boroughs have just been published by Warwickshire Observatory. The 2011 Census makes a major contribution to our knowledge about communities in the county; their changing age structure, ethnic composition, work and travel patterns etc. In turn, this information provides an important early indication of issues which may emerge in the future and helps public services and other agencies identify need and plan future service delivery.
Quality of Life Report
The Warwickshire Observatory, with input from Public Health Warwickshire, produce an annual Quality of Life in Warwickshire report, which provides a detailed look at the people, places and communities in our county. The report is an assessment of the demographic, social, economic and environmental themes that all play a part in influencing our residents’ quality of life.
The need for this type of material is more important than ever, as increasingly limited resources need to be deployed in transparent, evidence-led ways. The Quality of Life report continues to provide local decision makers in the public, private, and voluntary sectors with that evidence base so that improving the lives of all of Warwickshire’s residents remains our collective priority.
Where to find more information
There are a variety of publicly available health profiles, at a variety of different geographical levels.
Sources of Information
2011 Census: census statistics help paint a picture of the nation and how we live, providing a detailed snapshot of the population and its characteristics.
GP Practice Cancer Profiles: GP Profiles for Cancer bring together a range of processes and outcomes information relevant to cancer in primary care.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) Profiles: the profiles focus on indicators for Coronary Heart Disease (CHD), Stroke and Heart Failure.
Chi Mat (Child Health profiles): a snapshot of child health and wellbeing for each local authority in England and is designed to help local authorities and health services to improve the health and wellbeing of children and tackle health inequalities.
Commissioning for Value: a comprehensive data pack to support CCGs.
Community Mental Health: a range of mental health information for local authorities in England.
Department of Health Profiles: provide a snapshot of the overall health of the local population, and highlight potential problems through comparison with other areas and with the national average.
End of Life Care Profiles: indicators presented by Local Authority and PCTs to help commissioners and providers understand the end of life care needs of their populations and indicates service need.
Learning Disability Profile: presenting information regarding on people with a learning disability.
Local Health Profiles: Local Health is a programme which aims to improve the availability and accessibility of health and health-related information in England. It reports at ward, local authority and Middle Super Output Areas.
National GP Practice profiles: designed to support GPs and CCGs to ensure that they are providing and commissioning effective and appropriate health care services for their local population.
Quality and Outcomes Framework: 2012-2013: Practice level information is available on the QOF online database.
Warwickshire Observatory Demographic Profiles: The Warwickshire Observatory produces profiles for a range of geographies and service areas which include:
- 2011 Census Area Profiles
- District Profiles
- Locality Profiles
- Extended Services Cluster Profiles
- 2010 Health Profiles
- Older People Health Profiles
- Teenage Pregnancy & Sexual Health District Profiles
- Child Poverty District Profiles
- Labour Market Profiles
- Equality & Diversity District / Borough Profiles