Keyword matches: environment

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Armstrong B, Gleave S, Wilkinson P. The impact of migration on disease rates in areas with previous environmental exposures. Epidemiology 1996; 7 (4): S88.

Atkinson R. Professionalization and Displacement in Greater London. Area 2000; 32 (3): 287-295. View abstract.

Atkinson R. Measuring gentrification and displacement in Greater London. Urban Studies 2000; 37 (1): 149-165. View abstract.

Cleave N, Brown PJ, Payne CD. Evaluation of methods for ecological inference. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series A) 1995; 158 (1): 55-72. View abstract.

Downing A. The Effects of Total Water Hardness, Smoke Particles and Sulphur Dioxide Levels on Mortality in Urban Areas in England and Wales Using the OPCS Longitudinal Study. Report submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the MSc in Medical Demography, London: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.. 1993.

Downing A, Sloggett A. The use of the LS for environmental epidemiology. In: LS Newsletter. London: OPCS; 1994. p. 5-9.

Duncan S, Edwards R. Lone Mothers, Paid Work and Gendered Moral Rationalities. London: MacMillan; 1999. View abstract.

Ecob R. A multilevel modelling approach to examining effects of area of residence on health and functioning. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series A) 1996; 159 (1): 61-76.

Findlay A, Mason C, Houston D, McCollum D, Harrison R. Escalators, elevators and travelators: the occupational mobility of migrants to south-east England. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 2009; 35 (6): 861-879. View abstract.

Fitzpatrick J. Personal Deprivation and Mortality: Does the Relative Risk Vary According to the Level of Area Deprivation of an Individual's Place of Residence. MSc Medical Demography. London: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London; 1996.

Goldblatt P, Jones DR. Water Nitrates and Stomach Cancer: Some Mortality Results from the OPCS Longitudinal Study. LS working paper 9. 1984.

Hoggart K, Hiscock C. Occupational structures in service-class households: comparisons of rural, suburban, and inner-city residential environments. Environment and Planning A 2005; 37: 63-80. View abstract.

James E. Welsh Rural Communities: Perceptions of the Effects of In-migration. Thesis submitted for PhD degree, Swansea: Department of Geography, University of Wales, Swansea. 1998.

Jones D, Goldblatt P. Social and Environmental Epidemiology in the Inner Cities: some leads from the OPCS Longitudinal Study. The Statistician 1991; 39: 247-257.

Jones DR. LS Mortality 1971-81 in Regional Heart Study Areas. Some Preliminary Notes on the Relationship with Region and Water Hardness. LS working paper 8. 1984.

Joshi J, Dodgeon B, Hughes G. A profile of population change in rural England. London: Centre for Longitudinal Studies Cohort Studies Working Paper 2008/4, Institute of Education, University of London; 2008 Download this document (PDF).

Mitchell R, Gleave S, Lynch K, Joshi H, Wiggins RD, Bartley M . Health: who you are or where you live?. In: ESRC Health Variations Programme Newsletter, Issue 2. 1998. p. 4-5 and 14.

Norman P, Boyle P. Using migration microdata from the Samples of Anonymised Records and the Longitudinal Studies. In: Stillwell J, Duke-Williams O, Dennett A, editors. Technologies for Migration and Commuting Analysis: Spatial Interaction Data Applications. Hershey, Pennsylvania, Usa: IGI Global; 2010. View abstract.

Sloggett A, Clarke L, Joshi H, Eames M. Ecological and individual factors in women's mortality in England and Wales. In: Clarke J, Zaba B, editors. Environment and Population Change. Liege: Ordina; 1994. p. 393-410.

Sloggett A, Downing A. The effects of total water hardness, smoke particles and sulphur dioxide levels on mortality in urban areas of England and Wales. Geographica Polonica 1995; 64: 177-186.

Strachan D, Maheswaran R. Air Pollution Exposure in Childhood and Fatal Chronic Respiratory Disease: a Nationwide Case-control Study. Final Report to the Department of Health, September 2000, Project re: AIR / 013 / 1999. London: Department of Public Health Sciences, St Georges Hospital Medical School; 2000

Wheeler B. The Influence of Environmental Exposures Across the Life Course on Patterns of Disease: Environmental Equity and Public Health in England and Wales. Thesis submitted to the University of Bristol on 4 October 2002 in accordance with the requirements of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Medicine.. 2002. View abstract.

Wiggins RD, Bartley M, Gleave S, Joshi H, Lynch K, Mitchell R. Limiting long-term illness: a question of where you live or who you are? A multilevel analysis of the 1971-1999 ONS Longitudinal Study. Risk, Decision and Policy 1998; 3 (3): 181-198. View abstract.