This page is a one-stop shop for all our major JSNA publications including thematic JSNAs, interactive dashboards, specific needs assessments, major analyses and other large pieces of work. Please note, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we have not undertaken any recent thematic JSNAs or specific needs assessments. 

Current publications

Older publications

The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) 2022

The 2022 PNA can be accessed here.

Children and young people in Lancashire JSNA (2020)

The 2020 JSNA intelligence report can be accessed here (PDF 809 KB). Supporting literature reviews can be accessed below:

Special educational needs and disabilities in Lancashire JSNA

The 2019 JSNA can be accessed here (PDF 1.0 MB). 

Eye health in Lancashire and South Cumbria JSNA

The 2019 JSNA can be accessed here (PDF 1.0 MB).

Neighbourhood Intelligence (NI) JSNA 2017

Please see the Neighbourhood Intelligence dashboards. Please note, there are no additional reports for the NI JSNA.

Working-age population JSNA 2017

Please see the reports below:

Archived publications

  • JSNA annual commentary 2017/18
  • JSNA annual commentary 2016/17
  • Young onset dementia in Lancashire 2016/17
  • Sexual health needs assessment 2015
    • Eight supplementary reports also available
  • Health behaviours JSNA 2015
    • 14 supplementary reports also available
  • Six shifts JSNA 2015
  • Pharmaceutical needs assessment 2015
  • Health inequalities JSNA 2014
  • Long-term conditions in Lancashire JSNA report (2013)
  • Children and young people JSNA (refresh) 2013
  • Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) JSNA
  • Domestic abuse JSNA
  • JSNA for older people in Lancashire
  • Alcohol JSNA
  • Drugs JSNA
  • Tobacco JSNA
  • JSNA annual commentary 2014
  • Learning disabilities in adults in Lancashire 2012
  • Mental health and wellbeing in the Lancashire sub-region
  • Children and young people in Lancashire 2011: executive summary
  • Older people health and wellbeing in rural Ribble Valley
  • Lancashire carers' needs assessment 2009 

If you require electronic copies of any archived publications please email: