PHE statistics: ad-hoc analyses and data releases

Public Health England additional statistical analyses not included in our standard official statistics releases.

Ad-hoc statistical reports which are not part of regular PHE official statistics releases. Findings from these analyses may have been used in briefings, consultations or press and ministerial statements.

Statistics at PHE contains further information, including announcements of upcoming ad-hoc publications.

Alcohol, tobacco and drug use

Child and maternal health

  1. Child health profiles: summary of feedback exercise 2019
  2. Eating disorders in young people
  3. Intentional self-poisoning by young people
  4. Mental health and self-harm in children and young people
  5. Dental health of 5 year old children in Bedford Borough Council
  6. Child health profiles: summary of feedback exercise

Diet, obesity and physical activity

  1. Adult obesity: patterns and trends
  2. Obesity and the environment briefing: regulating the growth of fast food outlets
  3. Changes in the behaviour and health of 40 to 60 year olds
  4. Physical inactivity levels in adults aged 40 to 60 in England
  5. Brisk walking and physical inactivity in 40 to 60 year olds
  6. Fast food outlets: density by local authority in England
  7. Differences in child obesity by ethnic group

Infectious diseases

  1. Tuberculosis (TB) in England: ad hoc provisional data

Mortality surveillance

  1. PHE heatwave mortality monitoring

Sexual and reproductive health

  1. HIV and STIs in men who have sex with men in London
Published 22 March 2019
Last updated 26 February 2020 + show all updates
  1. Added: 'Adult obesity: patterns and trends'.

  2. Added 3 publications under 'child and maternal health': 'Eating disorders in young people', 'Intentional self poisoning in young people', 'Mental health and self harm in children and young people'.

  3. First published.