Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD): Health Domain 2004-2012 (Glasgow)

The 694 data zones in Glasgow ranked for overall deprivation, and each of the individual domains: income; employment; health; education; housing; access and crime. Rankings for 2012. Intermediate Geographies and political geographies such as the 2011 Scottish Parliamentary Constituencies, multi-member wards are also included.

Datazones nest directly into intermediate geographies and local authorities but do not fit exactly into higher geographies like multi-member wards, SIMD FAQ.

The Scottish Government describes this index as follows, "The Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation identifies small area concentrations of multiple deprivation across all of Scotland in a consistent way. It allows effective targeting of policies and funding where the aim is to wholly or partly tackle or take account of area concentrations of multiple deprivation.

The SIMD ranks small areas (called data zones) from most deprived (ranked 1) to least deprived (ranked 6,505). People using the SIMD will often focus on the datazones below a certain rank, for example, the 5%, 10%, 15% or 20% most deprived data zones in Scotland."

How to use the SIMD - Scottish Government Guidance.

Data extracted 2013-12-17 from opendatascotland.org and data.glasgow.gov.uk.

Data supplied by The Scottish Government.

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Maintainer Glasgow City Council
Last Updated February 2, 2018, 15:58 (UTC)
Created February 2, 2018, 11:13 (UTC)
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