An Official Statistics Publication for Scotland. NEWS. 24 Jan 2020 16:21. Wuhan novel coronavirus update Two patients test negative. framework for action 2020-2025 Illnesses and long-term conditions Prevalence of long-term conditions in adults in Scotland 2020, by gender Published by Conor Stewart, Feb 4, 2021 This statistic displays the prevalence of long-term conditions in adults in Scotland..
Long-term conditions It is estimated that around 2 million people in Scotland have at least one long-term condition that brings with it significant human, social and economic costs. We provide advice, guidance and improvement support on the care of long term conditions. Our aim is to help healthcare professionals Note: From 23 December 2020, the COVID-19 management information dataset will be published every Wednesday on statistics.gov.scot and will contain daily data for the preceding days. These data will continue to be published on a daily basis on the Scottish Government website after 2pm The number of long term conditions an individual may experience also increases with age. From PTI data, in the 65 to 74 age group, 57% of the population had a primary care team contact for at least one long-term condition and 18% were seeing the primary care team for two or more2. In the 75 to 84 age group, 61 Further information on Long Term Conditions can be found on the ISD Website under Health and Social Community Care. ISD released a paper on Measuring Long-Term Conditions in Scotland (August 08) [470kb]. Local Delivery Plan standards have now replaced HEAT targets. Further information can be found on the Scotland Performs Website
Older people: clinical conditions and age in Scotland Chronic conditions. Cancer: The incidence of breast, colorectal, lung and prostate cancer increases with age, although recorded incidence generally falls again in the very old (see also ISD Cancer Statistics) here.; Chronic liver disease: Chronic liver disease trends have generally reflected changes in alcohol consumption 'A long-term condition can be defined as one of prolonged duration that may affect any aspect of the person's life.' (Long-Term Conditions Alliance Scotland) 'Long-term conditions are those conditions that cannot, at present, be cured, but can be controlled by medication and other therapies.' (National Library for Health, DH Between 27 March and 5 June 2020, most excess mortality was associated with covid-19. 5 However, delays in diagnosis and suboptimal management of people with long term conditions will cause rises in non-covid mortality, particularly from cancer and cardiac disease. 6 If lower consulting rates persist and the backlog of planned care is not cleared, people with long term conditions are more likely to experience adverse outcomes, including death The Scottish Health Survey estimates that 35% of adults aged 16 years and over in Scotland in 2019 had a limiting long-term physical or mental health condition, or illness. The pooled SSCQ estimate is lower: 26% Only 35% of people with a mental health condition are in work. Of the people who report that they live with long term conditions, 24% have two LTCs and 20% live with three or more LTCs. 72% of people with long term conditions use their care plan to manage everyday health. 18% of people living with a long term condition smoke
Scottish Transport Statistics No 38 2019. Publication and datasets Published February 2020. Scottish Transport Statistics No 37 2018. Publication and datasets Published February 2019. Scottish Transport Statistics No 36 2017. Publication, Datasets Published February 2018. Scottish Transport Statistics No 35 2016. Publication, Datasets Published. 26 March 2020. Reference number: 11478 Summary of request. Number of people by age group in the UK with long-term health conditions (those lasting 12 months or more). Percentage of those people by main health condition, and percentage of all people in all age groups with a health condition (including short-term) Long-term international migrants, UK: 2017. Statistical bulletin | Released on 29 November 2018. The final official UK long - term international migration statistics for 2017, by a number of variables including citizenship, reason for migration, age, sex, country of birth, occupation and country of next or last residence. 1 least one long-term condition and that nearly a third of households contain at least one person with a long-term condition.4 5 5 4. Prevalence increases with age (Exhibit ). The number of people in Scotland aged 75 and over is projected to rise by 75 per cent from 0. 7 million to 0.65 million over the period 004 to 0 . If prevalence rates remai Technology and innovation for long-term health conditions. It has become received wisdom that the NHS struggles to adopt digital innovation, but during the Covid-19 pandemic, many NHS providers have moved services online at astonishing pace. Ben Collins looks at four digital innovations in health services from the UK and the Nordic countries
Long-term conditions are more prevalent in older people (58 per cent of people over 60 compared to 14 per cent under 40) and in more deprived groups (people in the poorest social class have a 60 per cent higher prevalence than those in the richest social class and 30 per cent more severity of disease) (1) Long COVID, also known as post-COVID-19 syndrome, post-acute sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC), chronic COVID syndrome (CCS) and long-haul COVID, is a condition characterized by long-term sequelae—appearing or persisting after the typical convalescence period—of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Long COVID can affect nearly every organ system with sequelae including respiratory system. Around 40 per cent of all people aged 65 or over say that a long term health problem limits their day to day activities and quality of life. Long term conditions (LTCs) are already the biggest challenge facing the NHS accounting for £7 in every £10 spent on health and social care, 70 per cent of hospital bed days and half of all GP appointments
The Department of Health estimates that long term conditions now account for 70% of total health and social care spending in England.3 The picture is similar across the UK; the Scottish government estimates that long term conditions account for 80% of all general practice consultations and over 60% of hospital bed days, for example.4 The. Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE), Venlaw Building, 349 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4AA. Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland is a company registered by guarantee. Registered in Scotland No.307731 Charity number SC037475 Scotland, council, and health board area. Time Series. National and sub-national data from 1855 onwards. Data Zone. Small areas of around 500 to 1,000 people. Electoral Ward. NUTS (Nomenclature of Units for Territorial Statistics) Territories used to make regional statistics for the EU. Scottish Parliamentary Constituency . 2020 (1) Apply 2020 filter ; Tags . adults (103) Apply adults filter ; Type of long-term condition (Northern Ireland and Scotland) 2011
More than 15 million people - 30% of the UK population - live with one or more long-term conditions, and more than 4 million of these people will also have a mental health problem. 1. People with long-term physical conditions are more likely to have lower wellbeing scores than those without. 2. People with cancer, diabetes, asthma and high. Report Overview. The global long term care market size was valued at around USD 1 trillion in 2019 and is expected to register a CAGR of 7.1% over the forecast period. The market for long term care (LTC) is expected to boom owing to aging baby boomers, increasing disabilities among the geriatric population, the dearth of skilled nursing staff. More than one in four (260,000) of Scotland's children are officially recognised as living in poverty. (Source: Scottish Government) In the absence of significant policy change, this figure is likely to increase in the coming years, with Scottish Government forecasts indicating that it will reach 38% by 2030/31. Analysis by the Resolution Foundation suggests the Scottish child poverty rate.
In June, the number of long-term unemployed (those jobless for 27 weeks or more) increased by 233,000 to 4.0 million, following a decline of 431,000 in May. This measure is 2.9 million higher than in February 2020. These long-term unemployed accounted for 42.1 percent of the total unemployed in June Scotland 17,002 4,675 720,000 Wales 9,376 2,607 340,000 Northern Ireland 3,938 1,085 225,000 United Kingdom 167,116 44,261 7.4 million . Death Rates . Death rates take the age structure (demography) of local areas into account to reveal the real differences in statistics. This i Long term conditions are common: 23.0% of young people in England report that they live with a long-term condition or disability; and 30.0% of these report that their condition or disability affected their school attendance and/or participation. 7 The UK mortality rate among young people aged 10-19 due to long term conditions such as asthma and. Data up to March 2020 Annual Statistics Published 4th November 2020 . Occupational Lung Disease statistics in Great Britain, 2020. Contents . Summary 2 Introduction 4 Overall scale of occupational lung disease . 5 Therefore, current deaths reflect the effect of past working conditions.. Introduction COVID-19 has unprecedented consequences on population health, with governments worldwide issuing stringent public health directives. In the absence of a vaccine, a key way to control the pandemic is through behavioural change: people adhering to transmission-reducing behaviours (TRBs), such as physical distancing, hand washing and wearing face covering
In Scotland today, 685,000 people live with CVD; 4 at least 48,000 of those have heart failure. 5 CVD makes up a significant proportion of all long-term conditions (LTCs). Many other common LTCs also increase the risk of developing CVD The Joseph Rowntree Foundation - 'Poverty in Scotland 2020' Scottish Government - 'Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan 2018-2022' Scottish Government - 'Tackling child poverty: second year progress report (2019-2020)' 'Scottish Government Poverty and Inequality Statistics' ending 31 March 2020, up from 7.0 days in the year ending 31 March 2019. Of these average working days lost (AWDL) per staff year: • 4.3 days per staff year were lost to long term sickness, and 3.1 days to short term sickness. Both increased on the previous year from 4.0 and 2.9 respectively. • Mental Health is the largest cause of long term About 10,000 people in the UK are newly diagnosed with a lung disease every week. Approximately one in five people in the UK has ever developed asthma, COPD or another long-term respiratory illness. Half of them are currently on treatment (mainly inhalers) for lung disease. Lung diseases are responsible for more than 700,000 hospital admissions.
Violence in Scotland. In 2019-2020, there were 62,907 domestic abuse incidents recorded by Police Scotland. Around four out of every five of these incidents (83%) had a female victim and a male accused. Additionally, in 2019 - 2020 1,681 new crimes were recorded under the Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act 2018, which came into force on 1st April 2019 5. Scottish Government Official Statistics 46 A. Decision-making timescales 47 B. Decision-making: local reviews and appeals 49 a long-term health condition or disability. 60% by 2020. The level of air pollution is low. Schools are consistentl Weather Records, Extremes and other interesting bits. Sunshine Maximum duration in a month: 329 hours at Tiree (Argyll and Bute) in May 1946 and May 1975. Minimum duration in a month: 0.6 hours at Cape Wrath (Highland) in January 1983. Wettest counties From the ten wettest counties in the UK, six of them are in Scotland - Argyllshire 2200mm, Dunbartonshire 2000mm, Inverness 1970mm, Ross and. long-term health conditions in addition to cancer - more than two in three (70%) of those with cancer. This is the most up-to-date comprehensive estimate available for the UK. Living with other long-term conditions as well as cancer reduces people's chance of survival and increases their level of support needs Statistics Scotland's Mental Health. September 26, 2017 by hsca No Comments For example, the Census collects both ICD-10 codes on physical conditions and answers to a suite of yes/no questions on physical health which found 58% of adult patients had at least one physical condition at the 2017 Census
2 An UpdAte to the economic oUtlook: 2020 to 2030 JUly 2020 • The unemployment rate remains above its prepandemic level through the end of the projection period. • Interest rates on federal borrowing throughout the decade remain well below the average rates in recent decades (see Table 1). CBO's projections reflect an average of possible out The number of people diagnosed rose from 190,772 to 267,615 between 2008 and 2018, a study by Diabetes Scotland shows GoalImprove the health, function, and quality of life of older adults.OverviewAs Americans live longer, growth in the number of older adults is unprecedented. In 2014, 14.5% (46.3 million) of the US population was aged 65 or older and is projected to reach 23.5% (98 million) by 2060.1Aging adults experience higher risk of chronic disease. In 2012, 60% of older adults managed Most common physical Long-Term Conditions (LTCs) Below is a breakdown of the physical LTCs, for the financial year 2018/19. Figure 14 shows the prevalence of different LTCs in each age group in Ayr North and Former Coalfield Communities locality, and Table 6 illustrates the top 5 physical LTCs across all ages at locality, partnership, and.
Multimorbidity describes the co-existence of two or more chronic conditions which may be a physical non-communicable disease, a mental health condition or infectious disease of long duration.5 6 Data from Scotland has shown that 65% of people aged 65 to 84 years have two or more long-term disorders; rising to 81.5% for people aged 85 and over.7. The Scottish National Clinical Strategy discusses the evidence of the need for change in NHS Scotland, identifies the issues of Scotland's poor overall health compared to other countries in Europe, and stresses the importance of health and social care for an ageing population, paying particular attention to long-term conditions Published resources. We produce a range of resources from evidence based reports to best practice and improvement guides. All our resources are designed to support healthcare improvement. You can look for specific publications using the search function below
December, January and February are generally the coldest months in Scotland, with the average maximum temperature usually around 5°C (41°F). The average number of days with snow falling in Scotland ranges from 15 to 20 days. However, the peaks and mountains of the Highlands experience around 100 days of falling snow There were 1,080.9 WTE staff in post within NHSScotland CAMHS, an increase of 65.3% since 2006, 8.8% since 31 March 2016, and an increase of 2.7% since 30 June 2019. Of the total staff in post, 4.1% of staff were on maternity leave and 1.9% were on long term sick leave. There were 52.2 WTE vacancies of which 59% of vacancies were in Nursing. There was also an increase in 15-24 year old drug-related deaths, from 64 in 2018 to 76 in 2019 - 6% of all deaths. 5. It's a problem for urban areas. Problematic drug use is highest in areas of. The provisional UK mean temperature was 14.2 °C, which is 1.2 °C above the 1981-2010 long-term average. Mean maximum temperatures were up to 2 °C above normal in some northern areas, while mean minimum temperatures were similarly high in parts of eastern England. Most areas from Wales and the Midlands northwards had a dry month, with less.
This briefing describes how adult social care and support operates in Scotland. It includes information on the history, key legislation and policy to help explain the 'system' that comprises adult social care and support. It includes data from key sources and a summary of written evidence provided to the Health and Sport Committee's social care inquiry in 2020 7 Commons Library Briefing, 23 January 2020 . Local prevalence estimates from the GP patient survey As part of the . GP patient survey, patients are asked about the state of their health. This includes a question asking patients to say which of a list of long-term conditions they have. The table and map below show Statistics are drawn from: 1. Estimates for reported road traffic accidents involving illegal alcohol levels: 2020 (Department for Transport) 2. Scottish Health Survey 2019 3. Scottish Crime and Justice Survey 2019/20 4. Hospital admissions, deaths and overall burden of disease attributable to alcohol consumption in Scotland 5
Bell D, Comas-Herrera A, Henderson D, Jones S, Lemmon E, Moro M, Murphy S, O'Reilly D and Patrignani P (2020) COVID-19 mortality and long term care: a UK comparison. Article in LTCcovid.org, International Long-Term Care Policy Network, CPEC-LSE, August 2020 60,000 children on local authority housing waiting lists across Scotland. The 130,000 figure is likely to be an underestimate of the true level of need, and doesn't include households on lists for housing association homes (which, for example, is all the social housing in Glasgow). Source: Scottish Government, Housing Statistics for Scotland, 201 Data up to December 2019 Annual Statistics . Published 4th November 2020 . Work-related Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) statistics in COPD is a serious long-term lung disease which is common in later life and mainly caused by (ONS) and the National Records of Scotland (NRS to 2018). Deaths are selected based on underlying. Figure 4: Incidence of Bordetella pertussis per 100,000 population in Scotland by age group, 2020** Laboratory reports by NHS board. Figure 5 shows the number of pertussis laboratory reports by NHS Board from January to December 2020, while Figure 6 presents incidence per 100,000 population Long-Term Care Insurance Facts - Data - Statistics - 2019 Report. The following facts are provided by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance based on data researched or gathered by the organization. Information may be used with proper citation (Data from the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance, www.aaltci.org)
Graphic detail Apr 30th 2020 edition. a study by researchers from a group of Scottish universities has attempted to do so. exploring the implications of long-term condition type and extent. Background: COVID-19 is responsible for increasing deaths globally.As most people dying with COVID-19 are older with underlying long-term conditions (LTCs), some speculate that YLL are low. We aim to estimate YLL attributable to COVID-19, before and after adjustment for number/type of LTCs, using the limited data available early in the pandemic Quit Your Way Scotland is an advice and support service for anyone trying to stop smoking in Scotland. To speak with an advisor, phone 0800 84 84 84 from 8.00am to 10.00pm, every day. To speak with an advisor, phone 0800 84 84 84 from 8.00am to 10.00pm, every day
Latest weather conditions and forecasts for the UK and the world. Includes up to 14-days of hourly forecast information, warnings, maps, and the latest editorial analysis and videos from the BBC. The average age of patients was 67 years and 52.2% of the cohort were female; 94.2% of patients had a physical long-term condition, while 28.7% had a mental health long-term condition . Reflecting the nature of the Islington area, the clear majority (94.2%) of patients resided in areas ranked within the two most deprived IMD quintiles nationally Tourism Scotland 2020. Tourism Scotland 2020 is the national tourism strategy. It was launched in 2012, following an extensive refresh of the previous strategy, Tourism - A Framework for Change. The following information provides background to the process which resulted in Scotland's first industry-led tourism strategy In 2017/18 in Scotland, in 46% of violent crime incidents the offender was under the influence of alcohol . In 2018 in Great Britain, there were 8,700 drink-drive casualties and 5,900 drink-drive accidents. In the long-term, these figures have been falling since 1979 from a peak of around 31,000 casualties and 19,000 accidents  Inflation measures the general evolution of prices. It is defined as the change in the prices of a basket of goods and services that are typically purchased by households. Projections are based on an assessment of the economic climate in individual countries and the world economy, using a combination of model-based analyses and expert judgement
Prevalence and incidence of multiple sclerosis. February 2020. An estimated 2,500,000 people in the world have multiple sclerosis. Research suggests the proportion of women with MS is increasing and that roughly between two and three women have MS for every man with the condition. The distribution of MS around the world is uneven Worldwide, 10-20% of children and adolescents experience mental health conditions, but the majority of them do not seek help or access care. Half of all mental health conditions start by 14 years of age. Suicide is the third leading cause of death in 15-19 years old
Scottish partnership identifies Covid-19 RNA traces through waste water monitoring - November 04, 2020 Clean Air Day Scotland 2020 - October 08, 2020 Beltie Burn Restoration Blog - September 04, 2020 Carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas that has no smell or taste. Breathing it in can make you unwell, and it can kill if you're exposed to high levels. Every year there are around 60 deaths from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning in England and Wales. After carbon monoxide is breathed in, it enters your bloodstream. The risk of developing a long-term health condition, or multiple long-term conditions, is strongly patterned by where you live and your level of deprivation. 2020 5. Office for National Statistics. Deaths involving COVID-19, England and Wales: deaths occurring in March 2020. Scottish Housing News; 24 March 2020. The costs of health care and long-term care for individuals with Alzheimer's or other dementias are substantial, and dementia is one of the costliest conditions to society. 520 Total payments in 2020 (in 2020 dollars) for all individuals with Alzheimer's or other dementias are estimated at $305 billion (Figure 12), not including the value of. Find facts and statistics about stroke in the United States. Stroke Statistics. In 2018, 1 in every 6 deaths from cardiovascular disease was due to stroke. 1 Someone in the United States has a stroke every 40 seconds.Every 4 minutes, someone dies of stroke. 2; Every year, more than 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke.About 610,000 of these are first or new strokes.
Long term care facilities provide a variety of services, both medical and personal care, to people who are unable to live independently. It is estimated that 1 to 3 million serious infections occur every year in: CDC is committed to keeping long term care patients safe from infections Stay covered with MetLife: life, auto & home, dental, vision and more. Learn more about MetLife employee benefits and financial solutions Cost of treating long-term conditions set 'to soar' for NHS. 03 July, 2014. The cash-strapped NHS may need to find an additional £4bn every year to care for people with long-term conditions, MPs have warned. The Commons' health select committee said long-term conditions were one of the biggest challenges facing the health service.
Purpose: The inverse care law states that the availability of good medical care tends to vary inversely with the need for it in the population served, but there is little research on how the inverse care law actually operates. Methods: A questionnaire study was carried out on 3,044 National Health Service (NHS) patients attending 26 general practitioners (GPs); 16 in poor areas (most deprived. Currently, there is no consensus definition of postacute COVID-19. Based on the COVID Symptom Study, in which more than 4 million people in the US, UK and Sweden have entered their symptoms after a COVID-19 diagnosis, postacute COVID-19 is defined as the presence of symptoms extending beyond 3 weeks from the initial onset of symptoms and chronic COVID-19 as extending beyond 12 weeks. 1 It is. Background This study contributes robust evidence on the association between mental health and local crime rates by showing how changing exposure to small area-level crime relates to self-reported and administrative data on mental health. Methods The study sample comprised 112 251 adults aged 16-60 years, drawn from the Scottish Longitudinal Study, a 5.3% representative sample of Scottish. Post-acute care is an essential health and social service, accounting for approximately 15% of total personal health care and about 12% of total Medicare spending. The AHA's nearly 5,000 member hospitals, health systems and other health organizations includes 3,300 post-acute care providers, including free-standing post-acute hospitals and post-acute units
16/07/2021 Euro area international trade in goods surplus €7.5 bn. The first estimate for euro area exports of goods to the rest of the world in May 2021 was €188.2 billion, an increase of 31.9% compared with May 2020 (€142.7 bn), a month which had been heavily affected by the COVID-19 containment measures widely introduced by the Member States