Shropshire’s Health and Wellbeing Board has drafted a Joint 2022-2027 Health and Wellbeing Strategy which describes priorities based on local evidence and data and explains how the Board will work together to action these.

We want to create opportunities to improve health and wellbeing for all residents and communities in Shropshire, while reducing inequalities in health.

This strategy is in draft form and is for everyone. Your views really matter, and we would appreciate your time to complete this short survey. This should take around 10 minutes to complete. You will find it helpful to take a look at the strategy first. There is also a survey for stakeholders which you are welcome to complete as an alternative if you wish.

The survey runs for 9 weeks from the 9 September to the 8 November 2021

The findings from the survey will be published on the Council website, and the new strategy will be published early next year. This final strategy will be based on feedback received from Shropshire people and our stakeholders. Your voice really does count.

If you would prefer to contribute in a different way, such as email or letter, please email consultation@shropshire.gov.uk. A large text version of this survey is available on request. Please contact consultation@shropshire.gov.uk.

Strategic priorities

Long-term aims and how we will achieve them

Joined up working Working with and building strong and vibrant communities
Improving population health Reduce inequalities

Key priorities

Specific areas of health and wellbeing need in Shropshire, identified through careful analysis of data and evidence.

Workforce Healthy weight and physical activity
Children and Young People Mental Health


Other key issues

Although these are listed, they should not be considered as ‘separate’ priorities and will form part of the key and strategic priorities above.

Social prescribing County lines Smoking in pregnancy
Killed and seriously
injured (KSI) on roads
Alcohol Food insecurity
Air quality Suicide prevention Domestic abuse
 
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