The main outputs of this project include:
– A redeveloped user-friendly Spend and Outcome tool (SPOT) which allows local areas to easily examine the relationship between spending on key public health areas and associated outcomes and to compare spending and outcome levels to other local areas. User engagement should be conducted to inform which indicators are included and the presentation of data/analysis in the tool;
– an accompanying user guide to show users how to use the tool. This can be a written document or video guide; and
– a technical guide on how the tool can be updated when new data/indicators are released, to be used internally.