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  • Welcome to Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service. We provide public health support for Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland and Stockton-on-Tees local authority areas. The team offers business and contracting support, public health expertise, pharmaceutical advice, public health intelligence and screening support for healthy heart checks and respiratory illness. There are many public health resources on the site covering a wide range of topics; if you cannot see what you are looking for, please use the search facility. Most content on this site can be viewed without registering. We aim to provide a local focus on public health issues and would value your contributions. Any feedback on what you like and what you think could be improved would be welcome.

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    • 14/07/2016 Comings and goings

      The Office for National Statistics has published data on births and deaths for local authorities in 2015. The deaths data shows Middlesbrough and Hartlepool among the areas with the ten highest standardised mortality ratios (SMRs) in England. In Tees Valley, there were about 7,900 births and 7,100 deaths in 2015.

    • 07/06/2016 Heseltine report for Tees Valley

      Tees Valley: opportunity unlimited is a report by Lord Heseltine identifying opportunities to unlock, promote and support economic growth in Tees Valley. It includes recommendations to address many of the wider causes of health inequalities identified by the Marmot review.

    • 19/05/2016 Segment tool updates

      The Segment Tool from Public Health England has been updated. It allows users to view the breakdown by cause of death of the life expectancy gap both within areas, and between a local authority and England. The presentation of the tool remains the same, but changes to the data sources and methodology mean results are not directly comparable with previous versions.

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