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New health and wellbeing reports published

New information about 35 health and wellbeing topics covering a range of areas including mental health, obesity, dementia, housing, major disease and road accidents has now been published and is live on the Lincolnshire Research Observatory website.

The new Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is an online resource that uses shared evidence to set out the health and wellbeing needs of people in Lincolnshire. It brings together expert work from a range of partners including, the county and district councils, Clinical Commissioning Groups, NHS Providers and the voluntary and community sector.

As well as the detailed topic commentaries, there are links to national and local evidence sources, and a summary infographic for each area, available for partners to download.

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