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Paul Norman
Paul Norman
Associate Professor: Population & Health Geography, University of Leeds
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Selective migration, health and deprivation: a longitudinal analysis
P Norman, P Boyle, P Rees
Social Science & Medicine 60 (12), 2755-2771, 2005
4212005
Rising national prevalence of life-limiting conditions in children in England
LK Fraser, M Miller, R Hain, P Norman, J Aldridge, PA McKinney, ...
Pediatrics 129 (4), e923-e929, 2012
4112012
Hearing in middle age: a population snapshot of 40–69 year olds in the UK
P Dawes, H Fortnum, DR Moore, R Emsley, P Norman, K Cruickshanks, ...
Ear and hearing 35 (3), e44, 2014
2082014
Identifying change over time in small area socio-economic deprivation
P Norman
Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 3 (2), 107-138, 2010
1672010
The role of community acceptance in planning outcomes for onshore wind and solar farms: An energy justice analysis
P Roddis, S Carver, M Dallimer, P Norman, G Ziv
Applied energy 226, 353-364, 2018
1602018
Does migration exaggerate the relationship between deprivation and limiting long-term illness? A Scottish analysis
P Boyle, P Norman, P Rees
Social Science & Medicine 55 (1), 21-31, 2002
1392002
Achieving data compatibility over space and time: creating consistent geographical zones
P Norman, P Rees, P Boyle
International Journal of Population Geography 9 (5), 365-386, 2003
1302003
Putting iterative proportional fitting on the researcher's desk
P Norman
School of Geography, 1999
1201999
Social mobility: evidence that it can widen health inequalities
PJ Boyle, P Norman, F Popham
Social Science & Medicine 68 (10), 1835-1842, 2009
1182009
Changing places. Do changes in the relative deprivation of areas influence limiting long-term illness and mortality among non-migrant people living in non-deprived households?
P Boyle, P Norman, P Rees
Social Science & Medicine 58 (12), 2459-2471, 2004
1172004
Ethnic population projections for the UK, 2001–2051
P Rees, P Wohland, P Norman, P Boden
Journal of Population Research 29, 45-89, 2012
1142012
The use of spatial analytical techniques to explore patterns of fire incidence: A South Wales case study
J Corcoran, G Higgs, C Brunsdon, A Ware, P Norman
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 31 (6), 623-647, 2007
1132007
Accessibility to sport facilities in Wales: A GIS-based analysis of socio-economic variations in provision
G Higgs, M Langford, P Norman
Geoforum 62, 105-120, 2015
1082015
Assessing the impact of rising child poverty on the unprecedented rise in infant mortality in England, 2000–2017: time trend analysis
D Taylor-Robinson, ETC Lai, S Wickham, T Rose, P Norman, C Bambra, ...
BMJ open 9 (10), e029424, 2019
952019
Ethnic population projections for the UK and local areas, 2001-2051
P Wohland, P Rees, P Norman, P Boden, M Jasinska
University of Leeds http://www. geog. leeds. ac. uk/fileadmin/downloads …, 2010
95*2010
Estimating the current and future prevalence of life-limiting conditions in children in England
LK Fraser, D Gibson-Smith, S Jarvis, P Norman, RC Parslow
Palliative medicine 35 (9), 1641-1651, 2021
902021
Rising premature mortality in the UK’s persistently deprived areas: only a Scottish phenomenon?
P Norman, P Boyle, D Exeter, Z Feng, F Popham
Social Science & Medicine, 2011
872011
Deprivation (im) mobility and cause-specific premature mortality in Scotland
DJ Exeter, PJ Boyle, P Norman
Social Science & Medicine 72 (3), 389-397, 2011
792011
A local analysis of ethnic group population trends and projections for the UK
P Rees, P Wohland, P Norman, P Boden
Journal of Population Research, 1-35, 2011
782011
Are health inequalities between differently deprived areas evident at different ages? A longitudinal study of census records in England and Wales, 1991–2001
P Norman, P Boyle
Health & place 26, 88-93, 2014
772014
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