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This Women’s Health Hub data tool aims to analyse female population, LARC prescribing rates, including by GPs and sexual and reproductive health, and abortion rates. Setting out the situation in your locality, it offers a benchmark for regions against England’s national average.

The data can be used to support the business case for a Women’s Health Hub to meet the needs of women in your region. Results can be downloaded for use in proposals and conversations with key decision makers.
Primary Care Women
Situational Analysis: Data Tool
Region: LONDON
Environmental Data
Total Population
Total Population
9,002,488
2020
Female Population
Female Population
ages 15-59
2,821,179
2020
Regional Average
England Average
Total prescribed LARC(per 1,000)2020
27.02
21.8% BELOW the England average of 34.56
GP prescribed LARC(per 1,000)2020
9.15
56.7% BELOW the England average of 21.12
SRH prescribed LARC(per 1,000)2020
17.87
33.0% ABOVE the England average of 13.44
Data displayed for total prescribed LARC, GP prescribed LARC and SRH prescribed LARC exclude injection rates.
Total abortion rate(per 1,000)2020
Pregnancy Test Stick
21.5*
Regional Average
18.9
England Average

* Abortion rate data is displayed for the region only

This resource has been developed with the support of a Grant from Bayer PLC and Organon Pharma (UK) Limited. Bayer PLC and Organon Pharma (UK) Limited had no editorial control or scientific input.

This tool uses data from Estimates of the population for the UK, England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, released 25th June 2021 and Sexual and Reproductive Health Profiles, updated 2nd November 2021. With thanks to Public Health England | Office for Health Improvement and Disparities. Public health profiles. 19th January 2022 https://fingertips.phe.org.uk © Crown copyright 2022 | Data correct as of: 2nd November 2021 | With thanks to the Office for National Statistics | Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0 | Data correct as of: 25th June 2021

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