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Table 2 Summary of district profile findings

From: How can collaboration be strengthened between public health and primary care? A Dutch multiple case study in seven neighbourhoods

Neighbour-hood Gemert Achtse Barrier Heeswijk-Dinther and Loosbroek Boxtel-Oost Gesworen Hoek and Huibeven Banakkers Terheijden
Integrated district health profile
Area (level) Combination of 4-digit postcode area 4-digit postcode area 4-digit postcode area 4-digit postcode area 4-digit postcode area 4-digit postcode area/regional data 4-digit postcode area/regional data
Residents neighbourhood 15.800 12.500 9.400 9.300 9.700 3.400 6.300
Municipality (residents in 2014) Gemert-Bakel (29.361) Eindhoven (221.402) Bernheze (29.717) Boxtel (30.356) Tilburg (211.726) Etten-Leur (42.395) Drimmelen (26.671)
Reference area to interpret profile findings Municipality, regional public health services Municipality Municipality, regional public health services, the Netherlands Municipality, regional public health services, the Netherlands Municipality, regional public health services, the Netherlands Municipality, regional public health services, the Netherlands Municipality, the Netherlands
Topics covered by district health profile Population age structure and prognosis; socioeconomic vulnerability; nature and quality of human environment; health and wellbeing; care and assistance; self-sufficiency and vulnerability; participation and loneliness Population age structure and prognosis; socioeconomic vulnerability; nature and quality of human environment; health and wellbeing; care and assistance; self-sufficiency and vulnerability; participation and loneliness Population age structure and prognosis; socio-cultural characteristics; human environment; health; lifestyle; quality of life; spiritual dimension; self-sufficiency, participation and support Population age structure and prognosis; socio-cultural characteristics; physical environment; demand for care; diseases and conditions; lifestyle; quality of life; participation and loneliness Population age structure and prognosis; environment; participation; demand for care; quality of life; lifestyle Population age structure; obesity; exercise; fruit & vegetable consumption; GP contacts psychical and social problems; loneliness Population age structure and prognosis; socio-cultural; obesity; lifestyle; physical environment; social environment/surroundings; care provision; demand for care; diseases and conditions; quality of life; participation
Sources Regional public health servicesa; Regional primary care support structureb; Statistics Netherlandsd; Registrations living conditions; The National Institute for Social Researche; Municipal and health centre records Regional public health servicesa; Regional primary care support structureb; Statistics Netherlandsd; Registrations living conditions; Health centre records Regional public health servicesa; Regional primary care support structureb; Statistics Netherlandsd; Registrations living conditions; The National Institute for Social Researchd; National Institute for Public Health and Environmentf Regional public health servicesa; Regional primary care support structureb; Statistics Netherlandsd; Registrations living conditions; The National Institute for Social Researche Regional public health servicesa; Regional primary care support structureb; Statistics Netherlandsd; Registrations living conditions; The National Institute for Social Researche Regional public health servicesa; Regional primary care support structurec; Municipal centre records Regional public health servicesa; Regional primary care support structureb; Statistics Netherlandsd; Registrations living conditions; The National Institute for Social Researche; Municipal centre records
  1. aHealth surveys (GGD Monitors), bSupply and Demand Analysis Monitor (VAAM), Neighbourhood scan (ABF), Netherlands Information Network of GP database (LINH), cNetherlands Information Network of GP database (LINH), dStatistics Netherlands (CBS), eThe National Institute for Social Research (SCP), fNational Institute for Public Health and Environment (RIVM)