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  • Corporate Performance
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    Last updated: 2 weeks ago

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    Org: Birmingham City Council

    The Corporate Performance and Delivery Plan was approved by Cabinet in November 2022 as a framework for reporting performance and delivery against the Corporate Plan 2022-2026 ambitions. The Plan includes a relevant set of KPIs that, together with delivery activity milestones, enables monitoring and performance reporting against the Corporate Plan themes (A Prosperous, Inclusive, Safe, Healthy, Green Birmingham, and a Best-in-Class Council.). In so doing the Corporate Plan is placed front and centre of our performance reporting, providing assurance that the organisation is delivering its priorities.

  • Post-16 Employment & Skills in Birmingham – Key Findings
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    Last updated: 3 weeks ago

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    Org: Birmingham City Observatory

    Factsheet for the Post-16 Employment and Skills in Birmingham Dashboard

  • Libraries Needs Assessment Appendix
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    Last updated: 1 month ago

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    Org: Birmingham City Council

    Comprehensive Review Data: The following table provides details of the 35 council-run Community Libraries against each of the criteria considered within the comprehensive review of the data as detailed in the City Observatory dashboard. The library usage data within the tables are from operational service data recorded between January - October 2023.

  • Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)
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    Last updated: 2 months ago

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    Org: Birmingham City Council

    The JSNA is a statutory duty of the Health and Wellbeing Board. It is an assessment of the current and future health and social care needs of the people of Birmingham, to inform local organisations and enable them to make decisions and plan services for the future, including informing the Health and Wellbeing Strategy. This dataset includes source data as well as Power BI Report Outputs.

  • Type 2 diabetes is prevalent in the UK, accounting for approximately 90% of all diabetes cases among adults. With approximately 3.8 million individuals currently affected in England, and about 200,000 new diagnoses yearly, Type 2 diabetes poses a substantial medical and socioeconomic burden. The National Health Service (NHS) spends at least £10 billion annually on managing this condition. The majority of the financial burden goes towards managing the associated complications, which constitutes approximately 80% of total diabetes expenditure