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Fife Health and Social Care Partnership Locality and Cluster Area Profiles
Created: 29/05/2017, Updated: 01/06/2017
Fife Health and Social Care Partnership have published the seven Locality and Cluster Area Profiles, developed as part of the Health and Social Care Integration Process and as part of the development of Locality and Cluster Planning in Fife.
Aims of the profile
To describe the population of the Locality and Cluster area in areas that are either relevant to the process of Health and Social Care Integration or can be directly influenced by it. It will look at specific locality data and be used to highlight key challenges that affect the population of the locality.
The profile will be part of the locality plan which will detail how Fife Health and Social Care Partnership will integration Health and Social Care in that Locality and Cluster Area.
What is included in the profile?
Available data on the health outcomes of the population in that Locality and Cluster area with respect to Health and Social Care Integration. In addition there are data on home care provision, housing and carers. Also included are details and community facilities, as well as perceptions of social care and family health services.
Who is the profile for?
The Locality and Cluster Profile will be of interest to anyone who lives in that area, as well as anyone who works in the area of Health and Social Care.