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Browse indicators for tracking progress in wider factors that affect health and wellbeing.

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Browse indicators for tracking progress in helping people to live healthy lifestyles and make healthy choices.

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Browse indicators for tracking progress in protecting the population’s health from major incidents and other threats.

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Browse indicators for tracking progress in reducing numbers of people living with preventable ill health and people dying prematurely.

About the Public Health Outcomes Framework data tool

The Public Health Outcomes Framework Healthy lives, healthy people: Improving outcomes and supporting transparency sets out a vision for public health, desired outcomes and the indicators that will help us understand how well public health is being improved and protected.

The framework concentrates on two high-level outcomes to be achieved across the public health system, and groups further indicators into four ‘domains’ that cover the full spectrum of public health. The outcomes reflect a focus not only on how long people live, but on how well they live at all stages of life.

The data published in the tool are the baselines for the Public Health Outcomes Framework, with more recent and historical trend data where these are available. The baseline period is 2010 or equivalent, unless these data are unavailable or not deemed to be of sufficient quality.

Data are published as part of a quarterly update cycle in August, November, February and May. Exact dates will be preannounced on the Publication Hub and this website. The next update will be on Tuesday 5th August 2014. Public Health Outcomes Framework baseline data will be revised and corrected in accordance with the Code of Practice for Official Statistics.

A list of indicators updated, for the most recent and previous releases can be found in the Public Health Outcomes Framework Collection within www.gov.uk.

To provide comments and suggestions please e-mail phof.enquiries@phe.gov.uk. The results of our recent user survey can be found here.

Owing to an error, the data for indicator 3.02i was not revised as intended in the May update. The data have have now been revised as originally intended. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Recent updates

May 2014

New baseline data have been published for indicators 0.2ii, 0.2v, 1.06ii, 1.08iii, 1.19i, 1.19ii, 1.19iii, 2.18, 2.19, and 4.16.

More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have been published for indicators 0.2i, 0.2iii, 1.06i, 1.11, 1.15i, 1.15ii, 1.19i, 1.19ii, 1.19iii, 2.04, 2.08, 2.18, 2.24i, 2.24ii, 2.24iii, 3.06, 4.01, 4.11, 4.14i, 4.14ii, 4.14iii, and 4.16.

Additional lower tier local authority data have been added for indicators 1.03 and 3.02i.

Inequalities breakdowns have been added for indicators 1.06i, 1.06ii, 1.18i, 1.18ii, 1.19i, 1.19ii, 1.19iii, 2.06i, 2.06ii, 2.07i, 2.24i, and 4.11

Indicators 2.24i, 2.24ii, 2.24iii, 3.02i, 4.11, 4.14i, 4.14ii, and 4.14iii have been updated with revised populations following the 2011 Census.

Indicators 2.24i, 2.24ii, 2.24iii, 4.14i, 4.14ii, and 4.14iii have been updated to take account of the introduction of the 2013 European Standard Population.

Indicator 1.11 has been revised to take account of updated data from ONS.

Indicator 2.08 has been updated to take account of a revised definition.

Indicators 0.1ii, 0.2i, 0.2ii, 0.2iii, 0.2iv, 4.01, and 4.16 have been updated with pre-baseline trend data.

February 2014

New baseline data have been published for indicators 1.01i, 1.02i, 1.02ii, 1.06ii, 1.08iii, 1.11, 1.12iii, 1.18ii, 2.12, 2.23i, 2.23ii, 2.23iii, 2.23iv, 4.15iii and 4.15iv. More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have been published for indicators 0.1ii, 0.2iv, 1.12i, 1.13i, 1.13ii, 1.18i, 2.02i, 2.02ii, 2.03, 2.06i, 2.06ii, 2.07i, 2.07ii, 2.14, 2.17, 3.03i, 3.03iii, 3.03iv, 3.03v, 3.03vi, 3.03vii, 3.03viii, 3.03ix, 3.03x, 3.03xii, 3.03xiii, 3.03xiv, 3.03xv, 3.04, 4.03, 4.04i, 4.04ii, 4.05i, 4.05ii, 4.06i, 4.06ii, 4.07i, 4.07ii, 4.08, 4.10, 4.15i and 4.15ii. Additional lower tier local authority data have been added for indicator 1.13i, 1.13ii, 2.01 and 2.04. Inequalities breakdowns have been added for indicators 1.02i, 1.02ii, 2.04, 2.14, 3.04, 4.03, 4.04i, 4.04ii, 4.05i, 4.05ii, 4.06i, 4.06ii, 4.07i, 4.07ii, 4.08 and 4.10. Indicators 1.12i, 3.03i, 3.03iii, 3.03iv, 3.03v, 3.03vi, 3.03vii, 3.03viii, 3.03ix, 3.03x, 3.03xii, 3.03xiii, 3.03xiv, 3.03xv, 3.05ii, 4.03, 4.04i, 4.04ii, 4.05i, 4.05ii, 4.06i, 4.06ii, 4.07i, 4.07ii, 4.08 and 4.10 have been updated with revised populations following the 2011 Census. In addition, indicators 4.03, 4.04i, 4.04ii, 4.05i, 4.05ii, 4.06i, 4.06ii, 4.07i, 4.07ii, 4.08, and 4.10 have been updated to take account of ICD-10 coding changes and the introduction of the 2013 European Standard Population. Indicator 1.12i has also been updated to use the 2013 European Standard Population. Indicators 2.01, 2.04, 4.03, 4.04i, 4.04ii, 4.05i, 4.05ii, 4.06i, 4.06ii, 4.07i, 4.07ii, 4.08, 4.10, 4.15i, 4.15ii, 4.15iii, and 4.15iv have been updated with pre-baseline data. 

November 2013

New baseline data have been published for indicators 0.1i, 0.1ii, 0.2i, 0.2iii, 0.2iv, 1.14ii, 1.14iii, 1.17, 4.02, 4.15i and 4.15ii. More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have been published for indicators 1.01ii, 1.10, 1.12ii, 1.16, 2.01, 2.15i, 2.15ii, 2.20i, 2.20ii, 2.01, 3.05i and 3.05ii. Additional lower tier local authority data have been added for indicators 2.06i and 2.06ii. Inequalities breakdowns have been added for indicators 1.17, 1.18 and 3.02ii. Data for indicator 1.12ii has been updated with revised populations following the 2011 Census. Data for indicators 2.20i and 2.20ii have been updated following revisions by the HSCIC.

August 2013

Data for indicators 4.04i and 4.05i have been updated with revised populations following the 2011 Census.

August 2013

New baseline data have been published for indicators 1.08i, 1.08ii, 1.09i, 1.09ii, 1.18, 2.07, 2.13i, 2.13ii, and 4.01. More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have been published for indicators 1.03, 1.04i, 1.05, 1.14i, 2.22i, 2.22ii, 4.12i, 4.12ii, 4.12iii, 4.12iv. Pre-baseline trend data have been added for indicators 2.04, 2.06i, and 2.06ii. Data for indicators 1.04i, 1.10, 1.14i, 4.12i, 4.12ii, 4.12iii, and 4.12iv have been updated with revised populations following the 2011 Census. Indicator 3.02 has been split into two subindicators – indicator 3.02i is based on data for 2010 and 2011 and will not be updated in future. Indicator 3.02ii is based on data for 2012 and will be updated in future years – see the indicator definition for further details.

May 2013

New baseline data have been published for indicators 2.15i and 2.15ii. This replaces indicator 2.15. The definition of indicator 1.06i has also been updated and new baseline data made available. More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have also been published for the indicators 1.15i, 1.15ii, 2.02i, 2.02ii, 2.04, 2.06i, 2.06ii, 2.08, 2.17, 2.21vii, 2.24, 3.02, 3.03i, 3.03iii, 3.03iv, 3.03v, 3.03vi, 3.03vii, 3.03viii, 3.03ix, 3.03x, 3.03xii, 3.03xiii, 3.03xiv, 3.03xv, 3.06, and 4.14 - trend data are now available to view for these. Data for indicator 2.22 have been revised for the following areas: England, Derbyshire, Dorset, Harrow, Tameside, Leeds, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland, Stockton-on-Tees, and Nottingham, in line with revised data from Department of Health released in November 2012. Baseline data for indicator 2.04 have been updated with revised population estimates following the 2011 Census. Indicator 3.03vi has been expanded to include data for 5 year olds.

February 2013

New baseline data have been published for indicators 1.12i, 3.04 and 4.08. More recent data (subsequent to the baseline period) have also been published for the indicators 1.04i, 1.12ii, 2.03, 2.14, 2.20i and 2.20ii - trend data are now available to view for these.

November 2012

Data for indicator 2.20i: Cancer screening coverage – breast cancer have been updated. This mainly affects Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire, though there are slight changes to some other areas. Please see the notes section of the metadata for a list of those areas affected.