Liver Disease Profiles

The liver disease profiles provide an invaluable resource relating to one of the main causes of premature mortality nationally; a disease whose mortality rates are increasing in England, while decreasing in most EU countries. The local authority profiles will support the development of Joint Strategic Needs Assessments and work of Health and Wellbeing Boards presenting local key statistics and highlighting questions to ask locally about current action to prevent liver disease.

The website contains data for Upper Tier Local Authorities, former Government Office regions, England and where available Lower Tier Local Authorities. The downloadable PDF profiles are produced for each Upper Tier Local Authority and contain key facts, prevention strategies, questions that you should ask locally and links to further resources.

Geography: Local Authorities (upper and lower) in England

Organisation: Public Health England (PHE)

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Published profiles: The East Sussex profile published in October 2014 is available below.  The interactive version, along with some district/borough level data, is available from the link above.


East Sussex Liver Disease Profile, October 2014 (Adobe PDF, Type size here in MB) (opens new window)

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