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Population statistics from ONS
ONS have released the following statistics: Population Estimates for England and Wales, Mid-2002 to Mid-2010 Revised (National) 2011 Census, Key…

Improving Outcomes: a strategy for cancer - second annual report published
The second annual report on ‘Improving outcomes: a strategy for cancer‘ has recently been published by the Department of Health. The report shows…

National Lung cancer audit report shows care continues to improve
Lung cancer patients in Great Britain are benefiting from improved treatment and care – including a higher rate of curative surgery – thanks in part…

Infant Feeding Survey 2010
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Small Area statistics
National Statistics has published '2011 Census, Population and Household Estimates for Wards and Output Areas in England and Wales'. This the first…

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The burden of liver disease in the East Midlands - a briefing
Data briefing published on 20 October 2014, outlining the burden of liver disease in the East Midlands former Government Office Region.
The burden of liver disease in the East Midlands - infographic
Infographic to accompany "The burden of liver disease in the East Midlands - a briefing".
The burden of liver disease in the East Midlands - slidepack
Slide pack to accompany "The burden of liver disease in the East Midlands - a briefing".
Early Years in the East Midlands
This report into the early years in the East Midlands uses existing data and tools to examine the patterns in child and maternal health from pregnancy until the age of five. The report is designed to build a picture of…
Updated East Midlands Dementia Profile, January 2013
This East Midlands Dementia Profile is an update of the Dementia Profile produced by the East Midlands Public Health Observatory in partnership with the East Midlands Development Centre in 2009. Where possible the…
In the spotlight
The East Midlands Public Health Observatory (EMPHO) and the Trent Cancer Registry have become part of Public Health England (PHE). Staff from these former organisations have transferred into the Knowledge and Intelligence Team (East Midlands) or the National Cancer Registration Service (East Midlands) within the Directorate of the Chief Knowledge Officer for PHE. more..
Local Health
Local Health, an online tool that presents data on populations in England, has been updated with new indicators and an improved interface. It has been developed as part of the Health Profiles programme, which is produced by Public Health England.
cover of uterine reportOutline of uterine report in the UK
This report presents the latest time trends, trends by age, and regional variations in incidence, mortality and survival for malignant uterine tumours in the UK. There is also a separate section on these cases stratified according to their main morphological groups. It has been produced by Public Health England Knowledge and Intelligence Team (East Midlands), the NCIN’s lead for gynaecological cancers, on behalf of the NCIN Gynaecological Site Specific Clinical Reference Group (SSCRG).
cover of data briefingNCIN data briefing on Short Term Ovarian Cancer Mortality
This NCIN data briefing summarises the main results of descriptive analyses aimed at identifying possible reasons for England’s high short-term mortality for ovarian cancer, as highlighted by results from the International Cancer Benchmarking Partnership (ICBP).
cvd profiles front coverCardiovascular Disease (CVD) profiles
Providing a detailed picture of the burden of cardiovascular diseases, these profiles allow comparison across regions and local areas against a number of indicators, including: prevention, incidence, mortality and treatments. Available for every local authority in England, together with summary profiles for strategic clinical networks.
Kidney profiles cover New Kidney Disease CCG profiles
NHS Kidney Care has published kidney disease profiles covering all 211 CCGs. The profiles are intended to help CCGs and other stakeholders assess local kidney care need and current service levels in order to inform planning. The profiles contain information for each CCG on: observed and expected number of people with chronic kidney disease, clinical management and achievement of chronic kidney disease and kidney disease risk factors, demographic characteristics and predictive factors for kidney disease, prevalence of the risk factors for kidney disease, acute kidney injury, local kidney unit factors and figures, the cost of chronic kidney disease.
PHO Framework Data Tool banner Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF) Data Tool for England
The PHOF Data Tool for England sets out overarching objectives for public health, the desired outcomes and the indicators that will help us understand how well public health is being improved, protected and the extent to which inequalities are being narrowed over time. The tool contains data for 39 public health indicators split over four domains: Improving the wider determinants of health, Health improvement, Health protection and Healthcare public health and preventing premature mortality. The network of PHOs will be working on further populating the PHOF tool over time as definitions for the remaining indicators are finalised and new data become available.

The East Midlands Public Health Observatory (EMPHO) and Trent Cancer Registry have become part of Public Health England, an executive agency of the Department of Health.
Public Health England has been established to protect and improve the nation’s health and wellbeing and to reduce inequalities. It will lead on the development of a 21st-century health and wellbeing service, supporting local authorities and the NHS to deliver the greatest possible improvements in public health. It came into being in April 2013. For all corporate information please see

National Cancer Registration Service (East Midlands)