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Young People's Profiles

The data and indicators on this page are no longer being updated. More recent data is available in the child and maternal health section on PHE’s Fingertips tool.

The Young People's Profiles allow areas to see how they perform against the national average and against other local areas when considering the key public health outcomes for young people. Baseline and trend information are provided where available.

The Young People's Profiles are displayed in four views:

The following guide shows you how to use the tool and explains its various features.

The Young People’s Profiles support Public Health England’s report, Improving young people’s health and wellbeing: a framework for public health which gives practical support to councillors, health and wellbeing boards, commissioners, and service providers.

If you need any further advice on using the Young People's Profiles or interpreting the information they provide, contact the Local Specialist working in your area.

System requirements

The HTML reports above are viewable on all modern browsers (Internet Explorer 9 and above, Chrome, FireFox and Safari), and mobile devices. If you are using Internet Explorer 9 and still have trouble viewing the reports this may be a problem with ‘Compatibility View’. Clicking the icon in the bar at the top of the page (compatibility view) will switch off this feature for this site, and should allow you to view the reports.

We recommend you use a modern browser (see above), however if you only have access to an earlier browser you can view the following flash versions of the profiles:

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