November 2017

Understanding Local Needs for Wellbeing Data

Understanding Local Needs for Wellbeing Data
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This report has been updated in November 2017 to include an attribution to the Warwick-Edinburgh mental wellbeing scale.

Local Wellbeing Indicators use existing data and the best research to show true picture of local residents’ lives and community wellbeing. Indicators look at personal relationships, economics, education, childhood, equality, health, place and social relationships- currently no local authority uses all of this data in one place to meet local needs.

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Executive summary

Methodology

Final framework

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