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Internal migration: geographical perspectives and processes
DP Smith, N Finney, N Walford
Routledge, 2016
442016
The changing geography of deprivation in Great Britain: exploiting small area census data, 1971 to 2011
P Norman, F Darlington-Pollock
The Routledge Handbook of Census Resources, Methods and Applications, 404-420, 2017
362017
Exploring ethnic inequalities in health: evidence from the Health Survey for England, 1998-2011
F Darlington, P Norman, D Ballas, DJ Exeter
Diversity and Equality in Health and Care 12 (2), 54-65, 2015
272015
Ethnic internal migration: The importance of age and migrant status
F Darlington‐Pollock, N Lomax, P Norman
The Geographical Journal 185 (1), 68-81, 2019
262019
Health inequities in the care pathways for people living with young-and late-onset dementia: From pre-COVID-19 to early pandemic
C Giebel, C Sutcliffe, F Darlington-Pollock, MA Green, A Akpan, ...
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (2), 686, 2021
242021
To move or not to move? Exploring the relationship between residential mobility, risk of cardiovascular disease and ethnicity in New Zealand
F Darlington-Pollock, P Norman, AC Lee, C Grey, S Mehta, DJ Exeter
Social science & medicine 165, 128-140, 2016
232016
Examining ethnic inequalities in health and tenure in England: a repeated cross-sectional analysis
F Darlington-Pollock, P Norman
Health & place 46, 82-90, 2017
222017
Health and internal migration
F Darlington, P Norman, M Gould
Internal Migration, 113-128, 2016
212016
Use of routine and cohort data globally in exploring dementia care pathways and inequalities: A systematic review
J Watson, C Giebel, M Green, F Darlington‐Pollock, A Akpan
International journal of geriatric psychiatry 36 (2), 252-270, 2021
202021
Defining distance thresholds for migration research
N Lomax, P Norman, F Darlington‐Pollock
Population, Space and Place 27 (4), e2440, 2021
182021
New forms of data and new forms of opportunities to monitor and tackle a pandemic
M Green, FD Pollock, F Rowe
COVID-19 and Similar Futures: Pandemic Geographies, 423-429, 2021
172021
Identifying how COVID-19-related misinformation reacts to the announcement of the UK national lockdown: An interrupted time-series study
M Green, E Musi, F Rowe, D Charles, FD Pollock, C Kypridemos, A Morse, ...
Big Data & Society 8 (1), 20539517211013869, 2021
172021
Why were there 231 707 more deaths than expected in England between 2010 and 2018? An ecological analysis of mortality records
F Darlington-Pollock, MA Green, L Simpson
Journal of Public Health 44 (2), 310-318, 2022
132022
Longitudinal deprivation trajectories and risk of cardiovascular disease in New Zealand
N Shackleton, F Darlington-Pollock, P Norman, R Jackson, DJ Exeter
Health & place 53, 34-42, 2018
132018
Differences in the risk of cardiovascular disease for movers and stayers in New Zealand: a survival analysis
F Darlington-Pollock, N Shackleton, P Norman, AC Lee, D Exeter
International Journal of Public Health 63, 173-179, 2018
132018
The evolution of Health & Place: Text mining papers published between 1995 and 2018
MA Green, M Widener, FD Pollock, J Pearce
Health & Place 61, 102207, 2020
122020
Social inequalities experienced by children of immigrants across multiple domains of life: a case study of the Windrush in England and Wales
M Wallace, B Wilson, F Darlington-Pollock
Comparative migration studies 10 (1), 18, 2022
112022
Using census microdata to explore the inter-relationships between ethnicity, health, socio-economic factors and internal migration
F Darlington-Pollock, P Norman, D Ballas
The Routledge handbook of census resources, methods and applications, 320-333, 2017
102017
Migration and health
F Darlington, P Norman, M Gould
Internal Migration: Geographical Perspectives and Processes. Farnahm: Ashgate, 2015
92015
Establishing a framework of analysis for selective sorting and changing health gradients
F Darlington‐Pollock, P Norman
Population, Space and Place 28 (3), e2359, 2022
82022
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