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population profile

A general term referring to the characteristics of a local population in the UK served by a particular NHS trust.

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Employment levels, social class, ethnicity and demands made on the organisations that provide their healthcare.
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Not included in the population profile was data obtained from corrections staff showing that there were up to 1,242 foreign nationals in the state's prison system.
Demographic trends noted in the "2007-08 Diversity Report" include: (1) By 2026, it is projected that minorities will make up nearly half, or 49.3%, of Nevada's population; (2) Since 1997, minority enrollments across NSHE institutions are in step with the state's overall minority population profile; (3) The proportion of minority students graduating from NSHE institutions is not keeping pace with the increase in the state's minority population overall.
As the population profile shows an age increase, we have to face up to the realities of failing body function as age increases.
It has sought to develop 'island status' by creating a post office, opening a bank branch and changing the island's population profile.
The unique contextual variables (which includes history, strategic location, population profile and economy), institutional structures, political processes, strategic alliances, contestation, values, culture and so on, are but part and parcel of the success story of Singapore's governance.
Labour force status by region, and age and sex, from September 1992 to April 2005 and NSW State and regional population projections (2004 release) are provided by the TPDC (the former sourced from the ABS Working Population Profile (ABS, 2003a), National Regional Profile (ABS, 2003b), and Usual Residents Profile (ABS, 2003c).
"By working with nine key housing providers across the region, the representation now mirrors, and, in some cases, exceeds the region's population profile."
While the Chinese are still largely invisible in the built environment in Auckland, they are much more visible in the city's population profile and have become more vocal in the local political arena.
"Population Profile of the United States: America at close of the 20th Century." U.S.
The population profile of most of NYC's suburbs has changed.
"The area is seeing great change in its population profile and is becoming a hot-bed of activity in the commercial property arena," said Mr Pritchard.
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