The Hull Data Observatory has been updated with the following datasets:
June 2021 monthly and 12 monthly rolling average data was released only at the beginning of July. Data updates will figure in the August blog update.
Economy & Employment
Claimant Count (June 2021) was last updated on the 15th of July. All affected reports were published by the 17th of July.
Gross Value Added (GVA) for the year 2019 was updated on the 6th of July.
In the economic accounts, the economy is split into institutional sectors, that is, units broadly grouped according to their role in the economy. The GVA measures the increase in the value of the economy due to the production of goods and services. It is measured at current basic prices, which include the effect of inflation, excluding taxes (less subsidies) on products. GVA plus taxes (less subsidies) on products is equivalent to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) [Source ONS: UK Regional Accounts Methodology Guide].
Data from the latest PHOF (Public Health Outcome Framework) update, specifically July 2021, was published on the 22nd of July.
This update concerns 4 indicators. In detail:
- C26a – Cumulative percentage of the eligible population aged 40 to 74 offered an NHS Health Check
- C26b – Cumulative percentage of the eligible population aged 40 to 74 offered an NHS Health check who received an NHS Health Check
- C26c – Cumulative percentage of the eligible population aged 40 to 74 who received an NHS Health Check
- E15 – Estimated dementia diagnosis rate (aged 65 and over)
On the 22nd of July, a new set of indicators was also added to the National Data Service in relation to Child and Maternal Health. This edition includes a series of measures that can be grouped into the following main categories:
- Early Years
- Early Years supplementary indicators
- Health behaviours in 15 years old
- Long term conditions and complex health needs
- Oral Health
- Pregnancy and birth
- School-age Children
- School-Age Children supplementary indicators
- Unintentional injuries
- Vulnerable children and young people
- Young people supplementary indicators