Knowledge and Intelligence Team (South East)

Our key aim is to improve health and reduce inequalities nationally and locally through provision of intelligence to improve decision making by:

  • providing scientifically valid, quality assured, innovative products which support decision making
  • increasing knowledge and understanding of population health and health inequalities
  • Increasing the skills of the public health intelligence workforce in our local areas through training and development

Events that may be of interested will be posted here.


  • Public Health England launches 2013 Local Health ProfilesHealth Profiles 2013 The profiles give a snapshot overview of health for each local authority in England in a user-friendly format. They draw together information to present a picture of health in each local area in a user-friendly format. They are a valuable tool for local government, health services and partners in helping them to understand community needs, so that they can work to improve people’s health and reduce health inequalities.
  • Public Health England launches new initiative, Longer LivesLonger LivesLonger Lives is a new Public Health England (PHE) website which allows local people to see easily how their areas perform on early deaths from the major four killers, like heart disease and cancer, and how this varies across the country.

The website contains a range of data that, for the first time, allows people to easily compare an area’s mortality performance against those with similar populations, incomes and levels of health.

  • Cardiovascular disease profiles for England - Third releaseCVD Profiles - Third ReleaseProviding a detailed picture of the burden of cardiovascular diseases, these profiles allow comparison across regions and local areas against a number of indicators, including: prevention, incidence, mortality and treatments. Available for every local authority in England, together with summary profiles for strategic clinical networks.