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Soc&Env: Local inequalities data on housing by ethnicity

The 2011 Census found that owner occupation is most common among White British and White Other households in Hackney, while Black ethnic groups are the least likely to be owner occupiers and most likely to be living in social housing (Figure 6). In the City, White Other and Asian residents are the most likely to …

CYP: Local inequalities data on primary care attendances by ethnicity

Figure 6 shows that, in Hackney and the City, the rate of primary care attendance across the different age groups is similar in most ethnic groups, with the exception of British or Mixed British children (where rates are relatively higher among 15-19 year olds) and Asian children (where attendance rates decrease with increasing age). Overall, …

CYP: Local inequalities data on hospital admissions by ethnicity

Among children aged four and under in Hackney and the City, those of White or Black ethnicities have the highest rates of emergency admission and those of Mixed or Other backgrounds the lowest rates of admission (Figure 7). Figure 7: Emergency attendances and emergency admissions in Hackney and City 0-4 year olds at HUHFT per …

CYP: Vulnerable children: Local inequalities data by Ethnicity

Looked after children Children of Black ethnicity are over-represented among Hackney’s looked after children (LAC) – accounting for nearly half (45%) of looked after children, but comprising less than one third (29%) of the local 0-19 population. Conversely, children of White ethnicity are under-represented among Hackney’s looked after children – accounting for less than one …

CYP: Local inequalities data on Long-term conditions by ethnicity

While a breakdown for asthma, epilepsy and diabetes by ethnicity is not available for local children and young people, the number of Hackney and City primary care consultations broken down by ethnicity is available. Although this does not necessarily correlate to the rate of long-term conditions, as parents and young people may have different thresholds …

CYP: Local inequalities data on Reproductive health by ethnicity

A much smaller proportion of local births to Asian women at Homerton University Hospital (HUHFT) are in those aged 14-19 compared with other ethnic groups. Births to women of Mixed and Black ethnic origin are the most likely to be in young age groups (Figure 17). Figure 17: Births at HUHFT to women aged 14-19 …

CYP: Local inequalities data on Substance misuse – other substances by ethnicity

There is a less clear distinction in reported drug use (Figure 16) between White and ethnic minority young people in national data compared with alcohol use (Figure 15). Figure 16: Proportion self-reporting ever having tried drugs in 15 year olds in England by ethnicity (2015) The ethnic profile of those accessing Hackney’s young people’s substance …

CYP: Local inequalities data on Substance misuse – smoking by ethnicity

Nationally, 15 year olds from a White or Mixed ethnicity background are significantly more likely to report that they are a current smoker compared to young people from Asian, Black or Other ethnic groups (Table 5). A different pattern is found for trying out other tobacco products (including shisha), which is much more common among …

CYP: Local inequalities data on Substance misuse – alcohol by ethnicity

National data reveal that frequent drinking (at least every fortnight) is most common in 15 year olds of White ethnicity (Figure 15 ). Hackney’s ethnic diversity may partially explain the relatively low rates locally (see Comparisons with other areas section). Figure 15: Proportion of self-reported frequent (at least once per fortnight) alcohol drinking in 15 …