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Pratap Jadhav
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2009-2013 MSOA Healthy Life Expectancy ( with analysis for comparison to total LE) Definition Healthy Life Expectancy A measure of the average number of years a person would expect to live in good health based on contemporary mortality rates and prevalence of self-reported good health. The prevalence of good health is derived from responses to a survey question on general health. For a particular area and time period, it is an estimate of the average number of years a newborn baby would live in good general health if he or she experienced the age-specific mortality rates and prevalence of good health for that area and time period throughout his or her life. Figures are calculated from deaths from all causes, mid-year population estimates, and self-reported general health status, based on data aggregated over a three year period. Figures reflect the prevalence of good health and mortality among those living in an area in each time period, rather than what will be experienced throughout life among those born in the area. The figures are not therefore the number of years a baby born in the area could actually expect to live in good general health, both because the health prevalence and mortality rates of the area are likely to change in the future and because many of those born in the area will live elsewhere for at least some part of their lives. numerator Number of deaths registered in the respective calendar years and the weighted prevalence of people reporting good or very good health from the Annual Population Survey. denominator ONS mid-year population estimates for the respective calendar years, Annual Population Survey sample weighted to local authority population totals.
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Sex
sex
Region
region
UTLA Names
utla_names
MSOA Codes
msoa_codes
MSOA Names
msoa_names
HLE1,2 (Years)
hle1_2_years
HLE Sig Higher, Lower
hle_sig_higher_lower
HLE Lower 95 % confidence interval
hle_lower_95_confidence_interval
HLE Upper 95 % confidence interval
hle_upper_95_confidence_interval
HLE IMD 2015 Scores
hle_imd_2015_scores
Proportion3 of life spent in 'Good' health (%)
proportion3_of_life_spent_in_good_health
Proportion rank4
proportion_rank4
HLE rank4
hle_rank4
HLE LL for chart
hle_ll_for_chart
HLE UL for chart
hle_ul_for_chart
LE1,2(Years)
le1_2_years
LE Sig Higher, Lower
le_sig_higher_lower
LE Lower 95 % confidence interval
le_lower_95_confidence_interval
LE Upper 95 % confidence interval
le_upper_95_confidence_interval
LE IMD 2015 Scores
le_imd_2015_scores
LE rank3
le_rank3
LE LL for chart
le_ll_for_chart
LE UL for chart
le_ul_for_chart
remainder ill years
remainder_ill_years

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