What's New in Tools

Looking for data and statistics?

9 October 2014
Use our updated Data Directory to find out where to go for the latest available data and statistics about all kinds of issues around children, young people and maternity.

Reducing unintentional injuries

23 June 2014
New reports to help local authorities and partners reduce unintentional injuries in children and young people.

Child Health Profiles 2014 - PDF reports

19 March 2014
These popular profiles provide a snapshot of child health and wellbeing for each local authority in England using key health indicators.

Early Years Profiles

10 March 2014
New Early Years Profiles enable you to make local and national comparisons with key indicators about children aged 0-5 years. Trend information also available.

Disease Management Information Toolkit (DMIT)

27 February 2014
This tool has been updated with data at clinical commissioning group (CCG) level for 2012/13.

Children and Young People’s Health Benchmarking Tool

7 January 2014
This new tool brings together and builds upon health outcome data from the Public Health Outcomes Framework and the NHS Outcomes Framework.

Annual report of the Chief Medical Officer 2012. Our children deserve better: prevention pays

24 October 2013
As part of the report (annex 9) we have produced an updated Atlas of Variation in the Health of Children and Young People 2013.

Accessing the Systems Planning Model

Using the 'Runtime' model: Downloading and installing the Runtime version will enable you to save different versions of the model containing your own data, and to copy and paste graphs and tables of performance metrics into Word and PowerPoint files. A User Guide is available below.

If your computer is an NHS or local authority computer you may need to ask your IT team to set this up for you, as many systems will not allow individual users to download programmes.

Help in using the Systems Planning Model
The model contains help and explanation on its various screens. Click on the help buttons on the screen for guidance on how to use the model and an explanation of its data.

If you require more detailed guidance a User Guide contains detailed explanation of the structure of the model, its data and how to use its various controls. Download a pdf of the User Guide.

If you require further support in using the Systems Planning Model contact the ChiMat team

NIMHE (National Institute for Mental Health in England) and the National CAMHS Support Service are planning half-day workshops around the country to give hands on training to commissioners and providers. For more details, contact your local NIMHE Regional Lead and your NCSS CAMHS Regional Development Worker (RDW).

You do not need to wait for training to use the model.

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