Affiliation: University of Sheffield
- Healthy places, healthy spacesDanny Dorling
Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK
Br Med Bull 69:101-14. 2004
- Commentary: the fading of the dream: widening inequalities in life expectancy in AmericaDanny Dorling
Department of Geography, Sheffield University, UK
Int J Epidemiol 35:979-80. 2006
- A new approach to mapping the world: visualizing facets of international healthAnna Barford
University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Natl Med J India 19:234-5. 2006
- Global inequality of life expectancy due to AIDSDanny Dorling
Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, Sheffield S10 2TN
BMJ 332:662-4. 2006
- WORLDMAPPER: the world as you've never seen it beforeDanny Dorling
Sheffield University, UK
IEEE Trans Vis Comput Graph 12:757-64. 2006....
- Anamorphosis: the geography of physicians, and mortalityDanny Dorling
Department of Geography, University of Sheffield
Int J Epidemiol 36:745-50. 2007
- Worldmapper: the human anatomy of a small planetDanny Dorling
Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom
PLoS Med 4:e1. 2007
- The global impact of income inequality on health by age: an observational studyDanny Dorling
Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, Sheffield S10 2TN
BMJ 335:873. 2007..To explore whether the apparent impact of income inequality on health, which has been shown for wealthier nations, is replicated worldwide, and whether the impact varies by age...
- Health, employment, and economic change, 1973-2009: repeated cross sectional studyJonathan William Minton
University of Sheffield, School of Health and Related Research, Sheffield S1 4DA, UK
BMJ 344:e2316. 2012....
- The shape of the global causes of deathAnna Barford
Social and Spatial Inequalities Group, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK
Int J Health Geogr 6:48. 2007..World maps can provide an instant visual overview of the distribution of diseases and deaths...
- Using geographical information systems and spatial microsimulation for the analysis of health inequalitiesDimitris Ballas
Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, Sheffield S10 2TN, UK
Health Informatics J 12:65-79. 2006..The health situation of different simulated individuals in different areas is investigated and the role of socio-economic characteristics in determining health is evaluated...
- Visualizing Europe's demographic scars with coplots and contour plotsJonathan Minton
Department of Urban Studies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, Department of Health Science, University of York, York, UK and School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
Int J Epidemiol 42:1164-76. 2013..We expect that further analyses of these visualizations will reveal further insights into global public health. ..
- Inequalities in premature mortality in Britain: observational study from 1921 to 2007Bethan Thomas
Social and Spatial Inequalities Group, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, Sheffield S10 2TN
BMJ 341:c3639. 2010..To report on the extent of inequality in premature mortality as measured between geographical areas in Britain...
- All connected? Geographies of race, death, wealth, votes and birthsDanny Dorling
University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK
Geogr J 176:186-98. 2010..Inequality is expensive. The UK is not as well-off as it once was. It could be time for a change again. Which way will we go?..
- Shaping the world to illustrate inequalities in healthDanny Dorling
Social and Spatial Inequalities Group, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, England
Bull World Health Organ 85:890-3. 2007
- Measuring the impact of major life events upon happinessDimitris Ballas
Department of Geography, The University of Sheffield, Winter Street, Sheffield S10 2TN, UK
Int J Epidemiol 36:1244-52. 2007..This article builds on recent work by economists who attempt to estimate happiness regressions using large random samples of individuals in order to calculate monetary 'compensating amounts' for different life 'events'...
- Mortality in relation to sex in the affluent worldJanette E Rigby
Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, Winter Street, Sheffield S10 2TN, UK
J Epidemiol Community Health 61:159-64. 2007..However, these falls are not consistent for both men and women and the inequalities in the male:female mortality ratios are not well understood...
- Is economic adversity always a killer? Disadvantaged areas with relatively low mortality ratesHelena Tunstall
Research Unit in Health, Behaviour and Change, University of Edinburgh Medical School, Teviot Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9AG, UK
J Epidemiol Community Health 61:337-43. 2007..To identify areas of Britain whose residents have relatively low age specific mortality, despite experiencing long-term economic adversity...
- Geographical inequalities in health in New Zealand, 1980-200: the gap widensJamie Pearce
Department of Geography University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Aust N Z J Public Health 30:461-6. 2006..To monitor geographical inequalities in health in New Zealand during the period 1980 to 2001, a time of rapid social and economic change in society...
- Population production and modelling mortality--an application of geographic information systems in health inequalities researchRichard Mitchell
Research Unit in Health, Behaviour and Change, University of Edinburgh Medical School, Teviot Place, Edinburgh EH8 9AG, UK
Health Place 8:15-24. 2002..This paper describes the approach and the custom written geographic information system which estimated these data, and their subsequent application...
- Life and death of the people of London: a historical GIS of Charles Booth's inquiryScott Orford
Department of City and Regional Planning, University of Cardiff, Glamorgan Building, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff CF10 3WA, UK
Health Place 8:25-35. 2002..The paper concludes that the spatial patterns of poverty in inner London are extremely robust and a century of change has failed to disrupt it...
- Increasing inequalities in risk of murder in Britain: trends in the demographic and spatial distribution of murder, 1981-2000Mary Shaw
Department of Social Medicine, University of Bristol, Canynge Hall, Whiteladies Road, Bristol BS8 2PR, UK
Health Place 11:45-54. 2005..Rates of murder have risen in the same population groups and areas that have experienced increases in suicide and may be associated with worsening social and spatial inequality...
- Metropolitan income inequality and working-age mortality: a cross-sectional analysis using comparable data from five countriesNancy A Ross
Department of Geography, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
J Urban Health 82:101-10. 2005....
- Geographical inequalities of mortality by income in two developed island countries: a cross-national comparison of Britain and JapanTomoki Nakaya
Department of Geography, Ritsumeikan University 56 1 Tojiin kita machi, Kita ku, Kyoto, 603 8577, Japan
Soc Sci Med 60:2865-75. 2005..This indicates the different historical contexts to the health divides these two different geographical contexts, but further consideration of a more historically nuanced understanding of income-mortality relations is required...
- Health inequalities and New Labour: how the promises compare with real progressMary Shaw
Department of Social Medicine, University of Bristol, Bristol BS8 2PR
BMJ 330:1016-21. 2005
- Labour's "Black report" moment?Mary Shaw
BMJ 331:575. 2005
- Life expectancy: women now on top everywhereAnna Barford
BMJ 332:808. 2006
- Where not to live: a geo-demographic classification of mortality for England and Wales, 1981-2000Nicola J Shelton
Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College London, 1 19 Torrington Place, London WC1E 6BT, UK
Health Place 12:557-69. 2006..Seven major and three minor cluster profiles were developed...
- Inequalities and christmas yet to comeDanny Dorling
BMJ 331:1409. 2005
- Increasing geographical inequalities in health in New Zealand, 1980-2001Jamie Pearce
Department of Geography, University of Canterbury, Private Bag 4800, Christchurch 8020, New Zealand
Int J Epidemiol 35:597-603. 2006..This paper examines whether health in New Zealand has become more geographically polarized during the period 1980-2001, a time of rapid social and economic changes in New Zealand society...
- The cause for quiet celebrationAnna Barford
BMJ 332:1095-6. 2006
- Suicide risk in small areas in England and Wales, 1991-1993Nicos Middleton
Dept of Social Medicine, University of Bristol Canynge Hall, Whiteladies Road, BS8 2PR, Bristol, UK
Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol 39:45-52. 2004..Previous ecological studies have focused on relatively large geographic areas and/or examined associations in all age groups combined...
- Top up fees and medicine: waive repayments completely if working life is spent in the NHSDanny Dorling
BMJ 328:712. 2004
- The standardised admission ratio for measuring widening participation in medical schools: analysis of UK medical school admissions by ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and sexKieran Seyan
Department of Primary Health Care, University College London, London N19 5LW
BMJ 328:1545-6. 2004
- The risk of prostate cancer amongst black men in the United Kingdom: the PROCESS cohort studyYoav Ben-Shlomo
Department of Social Medicine, University of Bristol, and Department of Urology, United Bristol Healthcare Trust, Southmead Hospital, Bristol, UK
Eur Urol 53:99-105. 2008..It is known that African American men have a greater risk of prostate cancer than white men. We investigated whether this was true for first-generation black Caribbean and black African men in the United Kingdom...
- Who cares in England and Wales? The Positive Care Law: cross-sectional studyMary Shaw
Department of Social Medicine, Canyge Hall, Bristol
Br J Gen Pract 54:899-903. 2004..This paper considers whether an inverse care law can be observed for the provision of informal care as well as for medical care...
- The place of population change in explaining geographical inequalities in health in New ZealandJamie Pearce
Int J Epidemiol 35:1099-100. 2006