What's New in Tools

Teenage Parent Outcomes Modelling Tool

24 February 2016
This new tool for teenage pregnancy leads in local authorities brings together data and evidence about factors that affect outcomes for teenage parents and their babies. It allows you to model the potential impact of local services on outcomes in your area.

Child Health Clinical Indicator Summaries

17 December 2015
These summaries present children and young people’s health and healthcare data for each of the 12 strategic clinical network (SCN) areas to help identify priorities, benchmark and track progress and outcomes.

Mental health in pregnancy, the postnatal period and babies and toddlers: needs assessment report

9 December 2015
Our new needs assessment report brings together data and evidence on mental health in pregnancy, the postnatal period and babies and toddlers. Available for local authorities and CCGs.

Continence in children

5 October 2015
We’ve updated our Needs Assessment Report about continence in children and young people with the latest data for local authorities and CCGs. This is one of a series of popular reports which help you undertake local needs assessments as part of children’s and young people’s planning and joint strategic needs assessments.

NHS Atlas of Variation in Healthcare 2015

21 September 2015
We bring together over 60 indicators relating to the care of mothers, babies, children and young people to support the NHS Atlas of Variation in Healthcare in highlighting and tackling unwarranted variation in healthcare and health outcomes.

Improving services for children

26 August 2015
We’ve updated the Disease Management Information Tool (DMIT) and incorporated it into our new Improving Services Toolkit: children with long-term conditions. The toolkit examines emergency hospital admissions for children because of asthma, diabetes or epilepsy.

Service Snapshot and Needs Assessment Report – CAMHS

20 July 2015
We’ve updated these reports with the latest available data for local authorities and CCGs. You can generate reports for your local area showing evidence-based information on prevalence and risk factors affecting children and the provision of services.

Data Atlas

Data Atlas is an interactive mapping tool enabling users to explore, interrogate and view relevant indicators and trends in map, chart and tabular formats.

Using Data Atlas, ChiMat brings together a wide range of data from many different sources in a flexible, theme-based tool. The on-line atlas provides access to local, regional and national child and maternal health indicators and statistics over time.

Over the next few months we will be adding more indicators and will provide different areas for comparison. If you would like to be informed by email when additional features are added to the site, please sign up for the ChiMat Knowledge Update.

Enhanced data atlas

The Advanced Data Selector enables you to create custom atlases (and tables or charts) using local authorities/PCTs and indicators of your choice. You can select and compare indicators from any theme.

  • Choose your areas to include in the tables/mapping.
  • Select the indicators you wish to include across the themes.
  • Save these selections for future use (you will need to register to be able to save selections).

European Data Atlas

A European atlas has been added to the data atlas. The first dataset with European comparisons is the Child Well-being Index.

The Index of Child Well-being in Europe is a comparison of child well-being in the 27 countries of the European Union and Norway and Iceland. It covers seven domains: health, subjective well-being, personal relationships, material resources, education, behaviour and risks, housing and the environment. Comparisons are made of countries performance on each of the domains and components.

The index was developed by Prof Jonathan Bradshaw at the Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of York, and Dr Dominic Richardson at the Office of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Paris.

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