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West Sussex Joint Strategic Needs Assessment Call For Evidence – Health and Wellbeing Needs
12th May 2014

The West Sussex Public Health Research Unit is currently reviewing the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA); this is a review of the health and wellbeing needs of the local population. This is being undertaken on behalf of the Health and Wellbeing Board. The aim is to provide a high level summary of “big picture” issues.

A wide range of information is being collated and we are now inviting submissions of evidence from all stakeholders including public, private and voluntary and community sector organisations. Evidence can include reports, case studies and data analysis undertaken by an organisation.


You can submit information at any time, but if you would like to submit evidence for consideration as part of this process the deadline is 31 May 2014.


Please ensure you complete the form outlining the nature of the evidence being submitted via the following link: http://jsna.westsussex.gov.uk/?unique_name=JSNA_news&item=734


Please submit your evidence by email to jsna@westsussex.gov.uk

If you wish to post evidence send to:

Seth Gottesman

JSNA Engagement Manager

West Sussex Public Health Research Unit

1st Floor, The Grange,

Tower Street

Chichester PO19 1QT


Questions: If you have any questions please contactSeth Gottesman, JSNA Engagement Manager;Mobile: 07921291091

Email: seth.gottesman@btinternet.com

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