Figure 13 shows that Hackney and the City’s rate of low birthweight babies is similar to London’s, England’s and the majority of its statistical peers. Separate data for the City are not available.

Figure 13: Proportion of all live births at term with low birthweight (2014)

Figure 13: Proportion of all live births at term with low birthweight (2014)
Figure 13: Proportion of all live births at term with low birthweight (2014)

Source: Public Health Outcomes Framework. 3

Overall, the proportion of live births that are low birthweight has fluctuated over time in Hackney and the City (Figure 14). The rate has been similar to London and England since 2009. Separate data for the City are not available.

Figure 14: Proportion of all live births at term with low birthweight over time (2005 – 2014)

Figure 14: Proportion of all live births at term with low birthweight over time (2005 – 2014)
Figure 14: Proportion of all live births at term with low birthweight over time (2005 – 2014)

Source: Public Health Outcomes Framework. 4

References

  1. “Public Health Outcomes Framework,” Public Health England, 2016. [Online]. Available: http://www.phoutcomes.info/. [Accessed July 2016].
  2. “Public Health Outcomes Framework,” Public Health England, 2016. [Online]. Available: http://www.phoutcomes.info/. [Accessed July 2016].
  3. “Public Health Outcomes Framework,” Public Health England, 2016. [Online]. Available: http://www.phoutcomes.info/. [Accessed July 2016].
  4. “Public Health Outcomes Framework,” Public Health England, 2016. [Online]. Available: http://www.phoutcomes.info/. [Accessed July 2016].