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CYP: Physical Health: Service and support available locally

The local information on services and support available to children and young people (CYP) in Hackney and the City of London. Prevention services and support locally Obesity Dental Health Substance misuse Sexual and reproductive health Identification and early intervention services and support locally Obesity Substance misuse Sexual  health Treatment, care and support services and support …

CYP: Physical Health: Evidence and good practice

The evidence and good practice relating to the physical health of children and young people has been framed around the following headings: Prevention of poor physical health Vaccine-preventable diseases Obesity Dental health Substance misuse Sexual and reproductive health Identification and early intervention of poor physical health Obesity Dental health Sexual and reproductive health Treatment, care …

CYP: Physical Health: Comparisons with other areas and over time

The following section presents comparable data on Living Standards with similar local areas and over time. The section is framed around the following topics: Comparisons of communicable disease in other areas and over time Vaccine-preventable disease Sexually transmitted infections Comparisons of non-communicable disease in other areas Obesity Dental health Smoking Alcohol Other substances Reproductive health …

CYP: Physical Health: Inequalities

The following section presents data on physical health by population demographic categories that may highlight inequalities. The section is framed around the following topics: Age Gender Ethnicity Sexuality Socio-economic disadvantage Location Vulnerable groups  

CYP: Causes and risk factors of non-communicable diseases in CYP

  Many of the local non-communicable public health priorities are the same in children as in adults. In fact, many of these childhood conditions are a risk factor for these conditions in adulthood – for instance, 80% of obese children grow up to become obese adults. [5]  More information about some of the risk factors underlying …

CYP: Physical Health: Introduction

This section deals with some of the major physical health conditions experienced by children and young people after infancy. The chapter has been structured according to Box 1. Please note that sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are described separately from reproductive health (i.e. contraception and pregnancy) in terms of risk factors, prevalence, inequalities and when making …

Vulnerable children

This chapter explores the health of children termed as vulnerable varies of Hackney and the City of London. Local, national and regional data sources are presented alongside published literature and evidence to form the content of the chapter (accurate at the time of writing – December 2016). The full chapter is available for download in …

Use of clinical services

This chapter explores the use of clinical services by children and young people (CYP) from Hackney and the City of London. Local, national and regional data sources are presented alongside published literature and evidence to form the content of the chapter (accurate at the time of writing – December 2016). The full chapter is available …

CYP: Physical Health: Local data and unmet need

The local data on the physical health of children and young people (CYP) in Hackney and the City of London are framed around the following headings: Local data on communicable diseases in CYP Vaccine-preventable Sexually transmitted infections Local data on non-communicable diseases in CYP Obesity  Oral Health  Smoking  Alcohol Use Use of other substances  Reproductive …