Journal Articles

Does equality legislation reduce intergroup differences? Religious affiliation, socio-economic status and mortality in Scotland and Northern Ireland: A cohort study of 400,000 people

Wright, D., Rosato, M., Raab, G., Dibben, C., Boyle, P. & O'Reilly, D. (2017) Health and Place, 45(May), 32 - 38 [SLS][NILS]

Available online: Health and Place,
Output from project: 2011_005 (SLS), 071 (NILS)

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Do differences in religious affiliation explain high levels of excess mortality in the UK?

Ralston, K., Walsh, D., Feng, Z., Dibben, C., McCartney, G. & O'Reilly, D. (2017) Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health (Online First), 7 March 2017. [SLS][ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health
Output from project: 2013_002 (SLS), 30159 (ONS LS)

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Are People Changing Address Less? An Analysis of Migration within England and Wales, 1971–2011, by Distance of Move

Champion, T. & Shuttleworth, I. (2017) Population, Space and Place, 23(3), 3 May 2016. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population, Space and Place,
Output from project: 04010063

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Pathways between Socioeconomic Disadvantage and Childhood Growth in the Scottish Longitudinal Study, 1991–2001

Silverwood, R.J., Williamson, L., Grundy, E.M. & De Stavola, B.L. (2016) PLOS One 11(10), e0164853 [SLS]

Available online: PLOS One
Output from project: 2013_008

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Informal care-giving and mental ill-health – differential relationships by workload, gender, age and area-remoteness in a UK region

Doebler, S., Ryan, A., Shortall, S. & Maguire, A. (2016) Health & Social Care in the Community, early view[NILS]

Available online: Health & Social Care in the Community,
Output from project: 082

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Local area unemployment, individual health and workforce exit: ONS Longitudinal Study

Murray, E.T., Head, J. Shelton, N., Hagger-Johnson, G., Stansfeld, S., Zaninotto, P. & Stafford, M. (2016) European Journal of Public Health [ONS LS]

Available online: European Journal of Public Health
Output from project: 401008

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Gender, Occupation and First Birth: Do ‘Career Men’ Delay First Birth Too?

Ralston, K., Gayle, V. & Lambert, P. (2016) Sociological Research Online, 21(1), 3. 28 February 2016. [SLS]

Available online: Sociological Research Online,
Output from project: 2008_004

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The fertility of recent migrants to England and Wales

Robards, J. & Berrington, A. (2016) Demographic Research, 34(36), 1037--1052 [ONS LS]

Available online: Demographic Research,
Output from project: 0301060

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Relationships Between Deprivation and the Self-Reported Health of Older People in Northern Ireland

Doebler, S. & Glasgow, N. (2016) Journal of Aging and Health, March 31.[NILS]

Available online: Journal of Aging and Health,
Output from project: 081

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Parental socioeconomic influences on filial educational outcomes in Scotland: patterns of school-level educational performance using administrative data

Playford, C., Gayle, V., Connelly, R. & Murray, S. (2016) Contemporary Social Science: Journal of the Academy of Social Sciences. 16 May 2016. [SLS]

Available online: Contemporary Social Science: Journal of the Academy of Social Sciences.
Output from project: 2014_005

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Parental background and housing outcomes in young adulthood

Coulter, R. (2016) Housing Studies, (online), 1 - 26 11 August 2016. [ONS LS]

Available online: Housing Studies,
Output from project: 0301731

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Local house prices, parental background and young adults’ homeownership in England and Wales

Coulter, R. (2016) Urban Studies, (online), 27 September 2016. [ONS LS]

Available online: Urban Studies,
Output from project: 0301731

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Social Disparities in Private Renting Amongst Young Families in England and Wales, 2001-2011

Coulter, R. (2016) Housing, Theory and Society, (online), 11 October 2016. [ONS LS]

Available online: Housing, Theory and Society,
Output from project: 0301731

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Comments on four papers on synthetic data in Volume 32 Issue 1 the Statistical Journal of the IAOS

Raab, G. (2016) Statistical Journal of the IAOS 32, 267 - 269 [SLS]

Available online: Statistical Journal of the IAOS

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Does Neighbourhood Ethnic Concentration in Early Life Affect Subsequent Labour Market Outcomes? A Study across Ethnic Groups in England and Wales

Zuccotti, C.V. & Platt, L. (2016) Population, Space and Place, (Early view), 26 July 2016. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population, Space and Place,
Output from project: 04010030

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Historic air pollution exposure and long-term mortality risks in England and Wales: prospective longitudinal cohort study

Hansell, A., Ghosh, R.E., Blangiardo, M., Perkins, C., Vienneau, D., Goffe, K., Briggs, D. & Gulliver, J. (2016) Thorax 71(4), [ONS LS]

Available online: Thorax
Output from project: 30101

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Do young people not in education, employment or training experience long-term occupational scarring? A longitudinal analysis over 20 years of follow-up

Ralston, K., Feng, Z., Everington, D. & Dibben, C. (2016) Contemporary Social Science: Journal of the Academy of Social Sciences. [SLS]

Available online: Contemporary Social Science: Journal of the Academy of Social Sciences.
Output from project: 2013_005

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Living in stressful neighbourhoods during pregnancy: an observational study of crime rates and birth outcomes

Clemens, T. & Dibben, C. (2016) European Journal of Public Health, early access version [SLS]

Available online: European Journal of Public Health,
Output from project: 2007_011

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A synthetic Longitudinal Study dataset for England and Wales

Dennett, A., Norman, P., Shelton, N. & Stuchbury, R. (2016) Data in Brief [SLS][ONS LS][NILS][CALLS]

Available online: Data in Brief
Output from project: 2013_012 (SLS), 30158 (ONS LS), 079 (NILS)

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Inequalities in mental health: geographical perspectives

Curtis, S., Everington, D. & Niedzwiedz, C. (2016) The Geographer, Summer, 2016. Royal Scottish Geographical Society. [SLS]

Available online: The Geographer,
Output from project: 2015_015

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Urban escalators and interregional elevators: the difference that location, mobility, and sectoral specialisation make to occupational progression

Gordon, T., Champion, T. & Coombes, M. (2015) Environment and Planning A, 47(3), 588 - 606. [ONS LS]

Available online: Environment and Planning A,
Output from project: 30112

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Place of work and residential exposure to ambient air pollution and birth outcomes in Scotland, using geographically fine pollution climate mapping estimates

Dibben, C. & Clemens, T. (2015) Environmental Research, 140(July), 535 - 541 [SLS]

Available online: Environmental Research,
Output from project: 2007_011

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“White Flight” or Positive Contact? Local Diversity and Attitudes to Immigration in Britain

Kaufmann, E. & Harris, G. (2015) Comparative Political Studies, 48(12), 1563 - 1590 [ONS LS]

Available online: Comparative Political Studies,
Output from project: 401003

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Informal caring in England and Wales – Stability and transition between 2001 and 2011

Robards, J., Vlachantoni, A., Evandrou, M. & Falkingham, J. (2015) Advances in Life Course Research, 24(June 2015), 21 - 33. [ONS LS]

Available online: Advances in Life Course Research,
Output from project: 401007

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Increasing inter-generational social mobility: is educational expansion the answer?

Sturgis, P. & Buscha, F. (2015) The British Journal of Sociology, 66(3), 512 - 533 [ONS LS]

Available online: The British Journal of Sociology,
Output from project: 401004

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Does neighbourhood influence ethnic inequalities in economic activity? Findings from the ONS Longitudinal Study

Feng, X., Flowerdew, R. & Feng. Z. (2015) Journal of Economic Geography, 15(1), 169 - 194, 15 November 2013. ISSN: 1468-2710 [ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of Economic Geography,
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Output from project: 30122

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Mortality differences and inequalities within and between ‘protected characteristics’ groups, in a Scottish Cohort 1991–2009

Millard, A.D., Raab, G., Lewsey, J., Eaglesham, P., Craig, P., Ralston, K. & McCartney, G. (2015) International Journal for Equity in Health, 14:142 [SLS]

Available online: International Journal for Equity in Health,
Output from project: 2012_003

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Inequalities in Alcohol-Related Mortality in 17 European Countries: A Retrospective Analysis of Mortality Registers

Mackenbach, J.P., Kulhánová, I., Bopp, M., Borrell, C., Deboosere, P., Kovács, K., Looman, C.W.N., Leinsalu, M., Mäkelä, P., Martikainen, P., Menvielle, G., Rodríguez-Sanz, M., Rychtaříková, J. & de Gelder, R. (2015) PLOS Medicine, e1001909,1 December 2015. [SLS]

Available online: PLOS Medicine,
Output from project: 2013_006

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Obesity and the potential reduction of social inequalities in mortality: evidence from 21 European populations

Hoffman, R., Eikemo, T.A., Kulhánová, I., Kulik, M.C., Looman, C., Menvielle, G., Deboosere, P., Martikainen, P., Regidor, E. & Mackenbach, J.P. (2015) European Journal of Public Health, 25(5), 849 - 856. 25 May 2015. [SLS]

Available online: European Journal of Public Health,
Output from project: 2011_003

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How robust is the calculation of health inequality trends by educational attainment in England and Wales using the Longitudinal Study?

Flanagan, L. & McCartney, G. (2015) Public Health 129(6), 621-628 [ONS LS]

Available online: Public Health
Output from project: 20134

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Caregiving reduces mortality risk for most caregivers: a census-based record linkage study

O'Reilly, D., Rosato, M., Maguire, A. & Wright, D. (2015) International Journal of Epidemiology, 44(6), 1959 - 1969 [NILS]

Available online: International Journal of Epidemiology,
Output from project: 086

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People and places: Understanding geographical accuracy in administrative data from the census and healthcare systems

Shuttleworth, I. & Martin, D. (2015) Environment and Planning A. [NILS]

Available online: Environment and Planning A.
Output from project: 051

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Bereavement After Informal Caregiving: Assessing Mental Health Burden Using Linked Population Data

Moriarty, J., Maguire, A., O'Reilly, D. & McCann, M. (2015) American Journal of Public Health, 105(8), 1630 - 1637 [NILS]

Available online: American Journal of Public Health,
Output from project: 061

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Caregiving is associated with a lower risk of suicide: a longitudinal study of almost 200,000

O'Reilly, D., Rosato, M., Maguire, A. & Wright, D. (2015) Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 69(Suppl 1), A29 [NILS]

Available online: Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health,
Output from project: 086

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Access to a Car and the Self-Reported Health and Mental Health of People Aged 65 and Older in Northern Ireland

Doebler, S. (2015) Research on Aging [NILS]

Available online: Research on Aging
Output from project: 081

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Does conurbation affect the risk of poor mental health? A population based record linkage study

Maguire, A. & O'Reilly, D. (2015) Health and Place, 34(July), 126-134 [NILS]

Available online: Health and Place,
Output from project: 046

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Urban/rural variation in the influence of widowhood on mortality risk: A cohort study of almost 300,000 couples

Wright, D.M., Rosato, M. & O'Reilly, D. (2015) Health and Place, 34(July), 67-73 [NILS]

Available online: Health and Place,
Output from project: 040

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What is the effect of unemployment on all-cause mortality? A cohort study using propensity score matching

Clemens, T., Popham, F. & Boyle, P. (2015) European Journal of Public Health, 25(1), 115 - 121 [SLS]

Available online: European Journal of Public Health,
Output from project: 2008_005

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A Life Course Perspective on Urban–Rural Migration: the Importance of the Local Context

Stockdale, A. & Catney, G. (2014) Population, Space and Place, 20(1), 83-98. 1 January 2014. ISSN: 1544-8452 [NILS]

Available online: Population, Space and Place,
Output from project: 032

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Association between Socioeconomic Factors and Cancer Risk: A Population Cohort Study in Scotland (1991-2006)

Sharpe, K.H., McMahon, A.D., Raab, G.M., Brewster, D.H. & Conway, D.I. (2014) PLoS ONE 9(2), e89513. 27 February 2014. [SLS]

Available online: PLoS ONE
Download output document: Full paper (PDF 212KB)
Output from project: 2009_005

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Are health inequalities between differently deprived areas evident at different ages? A longitudinal study of census records in England and Wales, 1991–2001

Norman, P. & Boyle, P. (2014) Health & Place, 26, 88-93. ISSN: 1353-8292 [ONS LS]

Available online: Health & Place,
Output from project: 30033

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Long-term trends of men’s co-residence with children in England and Wales

Henz, U. (2014) Demographic Research, 30(Article 23), 671 - 702. 7 March 2014. ISSN: 1435-9871 [ONS LS]

Available online: Demographic Research,
Output from project: 30127

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Intra-generational social mobility and educational qualifications

Plewis, I. & Bartley, M. (2014) Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 36(June 2014), 1-11. ISSN: 0276-5624 [ONS LS]

Available online: Research in Social Stratification and Mobility,
Output from project: 30132

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A simplified approach to generating synthetic data for disclosure control

Raab, G., Nowok, B. & Dibben, C. (2014) arXiv.org (arXiv:1409.0217v2), [SLS]

Available online: arXiv.org
Download output document: Full paper (PDF 288KB)
Output from project: 2013_012

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Population ageing and healthcare expenditure projections: new evidence from a time to death approach

Gaue, C., Briggs, A., Lewsey, J. & Lorgelly, P. (2014) European Journal of Health Economics, 15(8), 885 - 896 [SLS]

Available online: European Journal of Health Economics,
Output from project: 2009_011

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Low immigrant mortality in England and Wales: a data artefact?

Wallace, M. & Kulu, H. (2014) Social Science & Medicine, 120(November 2014), 100 - 109 [ONS LS]

Available online: Social Science & Medicine,
Output from project: 30157

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A Longitudinal Study of Migration Propensities for Mixed-Ethnic Unions in England and Wales

Feng, Z., van Ham, M., Boyle, P. & Raab, G. (2014) Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 40(3), 384-403. 4 March 2014. ISSN: 1369-183X [SLS][ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies,
Output from project: 2007_016 (SLS), 30092 (ONS LS)

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Occupational Class Inequalities in All-Cause and Cause-Specific Mortality among Middle-Aged Men in 14 European Populations during the Early 2000s

Toch-Marquardt, M., Menvielle, G., Eikemo, T.A., Kulhánová, I., Kulik, M.C., Bopp, M., Esnaola, S., Jailionis, D., Mäki, N., Martikainen, P., Regidor, E., Lundberg, O. & Mackenback, J.P. (2014) PLOS One, 9(9), e108072 30 September 2014. [SLS]

Available online: PLOS One,
Output from project: 2011_003

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How can inequalities in mortality be reduced? A quantitative analysis of 6 risk factors in 21 European populations

Eikemo, T.A., Hoffman, R., Kulik, M.C., Kulhánová, I., Toch-Marquardt, M., Menvielle, G., Looman, C., Jasilionis, D., Martikainen, P., Lundberg, O. & Mackenbach, J. (2014) PLOS One, 9(11), e110952. 4 November 2014. [SLS]

Available online: PLOS One,
Output from project: 2011_003

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Assessing the potential impact of increased participation in higher education on mortality: evidence from 21 European populations

Kulhánova, I., Hoffman, R., Judge, K., Looman, C.W., Eikemo, T.A., Bopp, M., Deboosere, P., Leinsalu, M., Martikainen, P., Rychtariková, J., Wojtyniak, B., Menvielle, G. & Mackenbach, J.P. (2014) Social Science & Medicine, 117(September), 142 - 149. 30 September 2014. [SLS]

Available online: Social Science & Medicine,
Output from project: 2011_003

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DataSHIELD: taking the analysis to the data, not the data to the analysis

Gaye, A., Marcon, Y., Isaeva, J., LaFlamme, P., Turner, A., Jones, E.M., Minion, J., Boyd, A.W., Newby, C.J., Nuotio, M., Wilson, R., Butters, O., Murtagh, B., Demir, I., Doiron, D., Giepmans, L., Wallace, S.E., Budin-Ljøsne, I., Schmidt, C.O., Boffetta, P., Boniol, M., Bota, M., Carter, K.W., deKlerk, N., Dibben, C., Francis, R.W., Hiekkalinna, T., Hveem, K., Kvaløy, K., Millar, S., Perry, I.J., Peters, A., Phillips, C.M., Popham, F., Raab, G., Reischl, E., Sheehan, N., Waldenberger, M., Perola, M., van den Heuvel, E., Macleod, J., Knoppers, B.M., Stolk, R.P., Fortier, I., Harris, J.R., Woffenbuttel, B.H.R., Murtagh, M.J., Ferretti, V. & Burton, P.R. (2014) International Journal of Epidemiology 43(6), 1929 - 1944 26 September 2014. [SLS]

Available online: International Journal of Epidemiology

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How far do England’s second-order cities emulate London as human-capital ‘escalators’?

Champion, T., Coombes, M. & Gordon, I. (2014) Population, Space and Place, 20(5), 421 - 433 [ONS LS]

Available online: Population, Space and Place,
Output from project: 30112

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Childbearing Postponement and Child Well-being: A Complex and Varied Relationship?

Goisis, A. & Sigle-Rushton, W. (2014) Demography, 51(5), 1821 - 1841 15 October 2014. [ONS LS]

Available online: Demography,
Output from project: 30143

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Do women who intermittently attend breast screening differ from those who attend every invitation and those who never attend?

Coyle, C., Kinnear, H., Rosato, M., Mairs, A., Hall, C. & O'Reilly, D. (2014) Journal of Medical Screening, June 2014(21), 98-103. [NILS]

Available online: Journal of Medical Screening,
Output from project: 021

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Increase in the pharmacological management of Type 2 diabetes with pay-for-performance in primary care in the UK

Gallagher, N., Cardwell, C., Hughes, C. & O'Reilly, D. (2014) Diabetic Medicine, 32(1), 62 - 68 [NILS]

Available online: Diabetic Medicine,
Output from project: 037

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Is the onset of disabling chronic conditions in later childhood associated with exposure to social disadvantage in earlier childhood? A prospective cohort study using the ONS Longitudinal Study for England and Wales

Blackburn, C.M., Spencer, N.J. & Read, J.M. (2013) BMC Pediatrics, 13(1), 1471-2431, 26 June 2013. [ONS LS]

Available online: BMC Pediatrics,
Output from project: 30116

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Smoking and the potential for reduction of inequalities in mortality in Europe

Kulik, M.C., Hoffmann, R., Judge, K., Looman, C., Menvielle, G., Kulhánová, I., Toch, M., Östergren, O., Martikainen, P., Borrell, C., Rodríguez-Sanz, M., Bopp, M., Leinsalu, M., Jasilionis, D., Eikemo, T.A. & Mackenbach, J.P. (2013) European Journal of Epidemiology, 28(12), 959 - 971 [SLS]

Available online: European Journal of Epidemiology,
Output from project: 2011_003

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Uptake of Breast Screening is Influenced by Current Religion and Religion of Upbringing

O'Reilly, D., Kinnear, H., Rosato, M., Mairs, A., & Hall, C. (2013) Journal of Religion and Health, 52(4), 1168 - 1176. 24 November 2011. ISSN: 1573-6571 [NILS]

Available online: Journal of Religion and Health,
Output from project: 021

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Identifying biases arising from combining census and administrative data – the fertility of migrants in the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study

Robards, J.W., Berrington, A. & Hinde, A. (2013) Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 4(3), 258-267. [ONS LS]

Available online: Longitudinal and Life Course Studies,
Output from project: 30106

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Rejoinder: adult cancers and magnetic fields from overhead power lines: epidemiologic investigation, not speculation

Elliott, P. & Toledano, M.B. (2013) Epidemiology, 24(2), 193 - 194. 1 March 2013. [ONS LS]

Available online: Epidemiology,
Output from project: 30104

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Adult Cancers Near High-voltage Power Lines

Elliott, P. & Toledano, M.B. (2013) Epidemiology, 24(5), 783 - 784. 1 September 2013. [ONS LS]

Available online: Epidemiology,
Output from project: 30104

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Neighbourhood ethnic mix and the formation of mixed-ethnic unions in Britain: a longitudinal analysis

Feng, Z., Boyle, P., van Ham, M. & Raab, G. (2013) Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, 95(4), 307 - 321 [ONS LS]

Available online: Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography,
Output from project: 30122

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The Effect of Education on Adult Mortality and Health: Evidence from Britain

Clark, D. & Royer, H. (2013) American Economic Review, 103(6), 2087 - 2120. [ONS LS]

Available online: American Economic Review,
Output from project: 20137

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Population ageing in Scotland: Time for a re-think?

Spijker, J. & MacInnes, J. (2013) Scottish Affairs, 85(autumn 2013), 53 - 74 [SLS]

Available online: Scottish Affairs,
Output from project: 2013_003

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Population ageing: the timebomb that isn’t?

Spijker, J. & MacInnes, J. (2013) BMJ, 347(6598), [SLS]

Available online: BMJ,
Output from project: 2013_003

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Educational Inequalities in Three Smoking-Related Causes of Death in 18 European Populations

Kulik, M.C., Menvielle, G., Eikemo, T.A., Bopp, M., Jasilionis, D., Kulhánová, I., Leinsalu, M., Martikainen, P., Östergren, O. & Mackenbach, J.P. (2013) Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 16(5), 507 - 518. 9 November 2013. [SLS]

Available online: Nicotine & Tobacco Research,
Output from project: 2011_003

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Adult Cancers Near High-voltage Overhead Power Lines

Elliott, P., Shaddick, G., Douglass, M., de Hoogh, K., Briggs D.J. & Toledano, M.B. (2013) Epidemiology, 24(2), 184-190. [ONS LS]

Available online: Epidemiology,
Output from project: 30104

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The relationship between informal caregiving and mortality: an analysis using the ONS Longitudinal Study of England and Wales

Ramsay, S., Grundy, E. & O'Reilly, D. (2013) Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 67(8), 655-660. [ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health,
Output from project: 30147

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Mortality differentials 1991−2005 by self-reported ethnicity: findings from the ONS Longitudinal Study

Scott, A.P. & Timæus, I.M. (2013) Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 67(9), 743-750. [ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health,

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Worked to death? A census-based longitudinal study of the relationship between the numbers of hours spent working and mortality risk

O'Reilly, D. & Rosato, M. (2013) International Journal of Epidemiology, 42(6), 1820-1830. [NILS]

Available online: International Journal of Epidemiology,
Output from project: 060

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Gender differences in care home admission risk: partner’s age explains the higher risk for women

McCann, M., Donnelly, M., & O'Reilly, D. (2012) Age and Ageing, 41(3), 416-419. 17 April 2012. [NILS]

Available online: Age and Ageing,
Output from project: 007

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Reporting address changes by migrants:The accuracy and timeliness of reports via health card registers

Barr, P.J. & Shuttleworth, I. (2012) Health & Place, 18(3), 595-604. 26 January 2012. [NILS]

Available online: Health & Place,
Output from project: 020

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An analysis examining socio-economic variations in the provision of NHS general dental practitioner care under a fee for service contract among adolescents: Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study

Telford, C., Murray, L., Donaldson, M., & O'Neill, C. (2012) Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, 40(1), 70-79. 14 November 2011. [NILS]

Available online: Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology,
Output from project: 033

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Long term local area employment rates as predictors of individual mortality and morbidity: a prospective study in England spanning more than two decades

Riva, M. & Curtis, S. (2012) Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 66(10), 919 - 926 [ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health,
Output from project: 30115

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How spatial segregation changes over time: sorting out the sorting processes

Bailey, N. (2012) Environment and Planning A, 44(3), 705-722. [SLS]

Available online: Environment and Planning A,
Output from project: 2007_015

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Socio-demographic and health characteristics of individuals left behind in deprived and declining areas in Scotland

Brown D., O'Reilly D., Gayle V., Macintyre S., Benzeval M., & Leyland A.H. (2012) Health & Place, 18(2), 440-444. [SLS]

Available online: Health & Place,
Output from project: 2009_009

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Sectarianism: Myth or Social Reality? Inter-sectarian partnerships in Scotland, evidence from the Scottish Longitudinal Study

Raab, G. & Holligan, C. (2012) Ethnic and Racial Studies, 35(11), 1934-1954. [SLS]

Available online: Ethnic and Racial Studies,
Output from project: 2007_008

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Migration, occupational mobility, and regional escalators in Scotland

van Ham, M., Findlay, A., Manley, D. & Feijten, P. (2012) Urban Studies Research, 2012(Article ID 827171), 15 pages. [SLS]

Available online: Urban Studies Research,
Output from project: 2007_005

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Fertility Patterns of Child Migrants Age at Migration and Ancestry in Comparative Perspective

Adserà, A., Ferrer, A. M., Sigle-Rushton, W., & Wilson, B. (2012) The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 643(1), 160-189. [ONS LS]

Available online: The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science,
Output from project: 30135

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Are Public Sector Employees Overcompensated?

Danzer, A.M. & Dolton, P. (2012) CentrePiece, 17(2), 20-23. LSE Centre for Economic Performance [ONS LS]

Available online: CentrePiece,
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Output from project: 30120

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Total Reward and Pensions in the UK in the Public and Private Sectors

Danzer, A.M. & Dolton, P. (2012) Labour Economics, 19(4), 584-594. [ONS LS]

Available online: Labour Economics,
Output from project: 30120

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Testing the return migration element of the ‘escalator region’ model: An analysis of migration into and out of south-east England, 1966-2001

Champion, T. (2012) Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 5(2), 255-270. [ONS LS]

Available online: Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society,
Output from project: 40002

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Population health across space and time: The geographical harmonisation of the office for national statistics longitudinal study for England and Wales

Norman, P. & Riva, M. (2012) Population, Space and Place, 18(5), 483-502. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population, Space and Place,
Output from project: 30115

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Marital history 1971-91 and mortality 1991-2004 in England & Wales and Finland

Blomgren J., Martikainen P., Grundy E. & Koskinen S. (2012) Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 66(1), 30-36. [ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health,
Output from project: 30021

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Are mixed unions more likely to dissolve than co-ethnic unions? New evidence from Britain

Feng Z., Boyle, P., van Ham, M. & Raab, G. (2012) European Journal of Population, 28(2), 159-176. [SLS][ONS LS]

Available online: European Journal of Population,
Output from project: 2007_016 (SLS), 30092 (ONS LS)

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Life expectancy and healthy ageing

ONS (Office for National Statistics) (2012) Pension Trends 2012, 3. 16 February 2012. [ONS LS]

Available online: Pension Trends 2012,
Download output document: Report (PDF 295KB)

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Estimating fertility rates using the ONS Longitudinal Study – what difference does the inclusion of non-continually resident members make?

Robards, J.W., Berrington, A.M. & Hinde, A. (2011) Population Trends, 144(Summer), 33-47, 23 June 2011. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full paper (PDF 283KB)
Output from project: 30106

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Time period trends in ethnic inequalities in limiting long term illness in England and Wales

Smith, N.R. & Grundy, E. (2011) Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care 4(4), 200-209 [ONS LS]

Available online: Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care
Output from project: 30142

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Work, permanent sickness and mortality risk: a prospective cohort study of England and Wales, 1971-2006

Akinwale, B., Lynch, K., Wiggins, R., Harding, S., Bartley, M. & Blane, D. (2011) Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 65(9), 786-792, 3 June 2010. [ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health,

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Mortality of the ‘Golden Generation’: what can the ONS Longitudinal Study tell us?

Goldring, S., Henretty, N., Mills, J., Johnson, K. & Smallwood, S. (2011) Population Trends, (145), 199-228 Office for National Statistics. 22 September 2011. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 550KB)

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Household transitions and subsequent mortality among older people in England and Wales: trends over three decades

Grundy, E. (2011) Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 65(4), 353-359 [ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health,

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Deriving trends in life expectancy by the National Statistics Socioeconomic Classification using the ONS Longitudinal Study

Johnson, B. (2011) Health Statistics Quarterly, 49(Spring), 9-52. 22 February 2011. [ONS LS]

Available online: Health Statistics Quarterly,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 581KB)

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Census ethnic categories and second-generation identities: a study of the Irish in England and Wales

Hickman, M.J. (2011) Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37(1), 79-97 [ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies,
Output from project: 30095

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Residential mobility within England and urban-rural inequalities in mortality

Riva, M., Curtis, S., Norman, P. (2011) Social Science & Medicine, 73(12), 1698-1706 [ONS LS]

Available online: Social Science & Medicine,
Output from project: 30115

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Associations between local labour market histories and individual health outcomes

Riva, M. & Curtis, S. (2011) American Journal of Epidemiology, 173(Suppl 11), S317-S331 [ONS LS]

Available online: American Journal of Epidemiology,
Output from project: 30115

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Teenage motherhood and risk of premature death: long-term follow-up in the ONS Longitudinal Study

Webb, R.T., Marshall, C.E. & Abel, K.M. (2011) Psychological Medicine 41(9), 1867-1877 [ONS LS]

Available online: Psychological Medicine
Output from project: 30078

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Who reports address changes through the healthcare system? The characteristics of laggers and non‐reporters using the Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study

Shuttleworth, I. & Barr, P. (2011) Population Trends, 144(Summer), 48-54 [NILS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 88KB)
Output from project: 020

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Why is housing tenure associated with a lower risk of admission to a nursing or residential home? Wealth, health and the incentive to keep ‘my home’

McCann, M., Grundy, E. & O'Reilly, D. (2011) Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 66(2), 166-169 [NILS]

Available online: Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health,
Output from project: 007

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The low uptake of breast screening in cities is a major public health issue and may be due to organisational factors: A Census-based record linkage study

Kinnear, H., Rosato, M., Mairs, A., Hall, C. & O'Reilly, D. (2011) The Breast, 20(5), 460-463 [NILS]

Available online: The Breast,
Output from project: 021

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Variation in mortality by country of birth in Northern Ireland: A record linkage study

Connolly, S., Rosato, M., Kinnear, H. & O'Reilly, D. (2011) Health & Place, 17(3), 801-806 [NILS]

Available online: Health & Place,
Output from project: 036

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Living arrangements, relationship to people in the household and admission to care homes for older people

McCann, M., Donnelly, M., & O'Reilly, D. (2011) Age and Ageing, 40(3), 358-363 [NILS]

Available online: Age and Ageing,
Output from project: 007

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The effect of population movement on the spatial distribution of socio-economic and health status: Analysis using the Northern Ireland mortality study

Connolly, S., Rosato, M. & O'Reilly, D. (2011) Health & Place, 17(4), 1007-1010 [NILS]

Available online: Health & Place,
Output from project: 038

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Cohort description: The Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study (NILS)

O'Reilly, D., Rosato, M., Catney, G., Johnston, F. & Brolly, M. (2011) International Journal of Epidemiology, 41(3), 634-641 [NILS]

Available online: International Journal of Epidemiology,

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Area of residence and alcohol-related mortality risk: a five-year follow-up study

Connolly, S., O'Reilly, D., Rosato, M. & Cardwell, C. (2011) Addiction 106(1), 84-92 1 January 2011.

Available online: Addiction
Output from project: 019

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Does widowhood increase mortality risk? Comparing different causes of spousal death to test for selection effects

Boyle, P., Feng, Z. & Raab, G. (2011) Epidemiology, 22, 1-5. [SLS]

Available online: Epidemiology,
Output from project: 2008_006

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Is there a ‘Scottish effect’ for mortality? Prospective observational study of census linkage studies

Popham, F., & Boyle, P.J. (2011) Journal of Public Health, 33(3), 453-458. [SLS][ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of Public Health,
Output from project: 2009_004 (SLS), 30117 (ONS LS)

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Selective internal migration. Does it explain Glasgow’s worsening mortality record?

Popham, F., Boyle, P., O'Reilly, D. & Leyland, A.H. (2011) Health & Place, 17(6), 1212-1217. [SLS]

Available online: Health & Place,
Output from project: 2008_010

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To what extent can deprivation inequalities in mortality and heart disease incidence amongst the working aged in Scotland be explained by smoking? Relative and absolute approaches

Popham, F. (2011) Health & Place, 17(5), 1132-1136. [SLS]

Available online: Health & Place,
Output from project: 2009_001

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Increased Mortality in Parents Bereaved in the First Year of Their Child’s Life

Harper, M., O'Connor, R.C. & O'Carroll, R.E. (2011) British Medical Journal (Supportive and Palliative Care), 1, 306-309. [SLS]

Available online: British Medical Journal (Supportive and Palliative Care),
Output from project: 2008_003

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The ONS Longitudinal Study – a prestigious past and a bright future

Goldring, S. & Newman, J. (2010) Population Trends, 139(Spring), 4 - 10. Office for National Statistics. 25 March 2010. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 113KB)

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Households and families: Implications of changing census definitions for analyses using the ONS Longitudinal Study

Grundy, E., Stuchbury, R. & Young, H. (2010) Population Trends, 139(Spring), 64 - 69. 25 March 2010. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 125KB)

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Marital history, health and mortality among older men and women in England and Wales

Grundy, E. & Tomassini, C. (2010) BMC Public Health, 10. ISSN: 1471-2458 [ONS LS]

Available online: BMC Public Health,
Output from project: 30091

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Change in living arrangements following death of a partner in England and Wales, 1971 to 2001

Hirst, M. & Corden, A. (2010) Population Trends, 141(Autumn), Office for National Statistics. 23 September 2010. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 139KB)
Output from project: 30093

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Ten year transitions in children’s experience of living in a workless household: variations by ethnic group

Platt, L. (2010) Population Trends, 139(Spring), Office for National Statistics. 25 March 2010. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full paper (PDF 354KB)
Output from project: 30096

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An analysis of patient register data in the Longitudinal Study – what does it tell us about the quality of the data?

Smallwood, S. & Lynch, K. (2010) Population Trends, 141(Autumn), 151 - 169. Office for National Statistics. 23 September 2010. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full paper (PDF 149KB)

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Inequalities in healthy life expectancy by social class and area type: England, 2001–03

White, C. & Edgar, G. (2010) Health Statistics Quarterly, 45(Spring), 28 - 56. Office for National Statistics. 24 February 2010. [ONS LS]

Available online: Health Statistics Quarterly,
Download output document: Full paper (PDF 767KB)

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Inequalities in disability-free life expectancy by social class and area type: England, 2001–03

White, C. & Edgar, G. (2010) Health Statistics Quarterly, 45(Spring), 57 - 80. Office for National Statistics. 24 February 2010. [ONS LS]

Available online: Health Statistics Quarterly,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 571KB)

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Do partnerships last? Comparing marriage and cohabitation using longitudinal census data

Wilson, B. & Stuchbury, R. (2010) Population Trends, 139(Spring), 37 - 63. Office for National Statistics. 25 March 2010. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 261KB)

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Are caregiving responsibilities associated with non-attendance at breast screening?

Kinnear, H., Connolly, S., Rosato, M., Hall, C., Mairs, A. & O'Reilly, D. (2010) BMC Public Health, 10(749), 3 December 2010. [NILS]

Available online: BMC Public Health,
Output from project: 021

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The Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study: A research resource for policy-makers

(2010) NI Public Health Agency E-bulletin, 14,1 March 2010. [NILS]

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House value as an indicator of cumulative wealth is strongly related to morbidity and mortality risk in older people: a census-based cross-sectional and longitudinal study

Connolly, S., O'Reilly, D. & Rosato, M. (2010) International Journal of Epidemiology, 39(2), 383-391. 1 April 2010. [NILS]

Available online: International Journal of Epidemiology,
Output from project: 034

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Dissonances in self-reported health and mortality across denominational groups in Northern Ireland

O'Reilly, D. & Rosato, M. (2010) Social Science and Medicine, 71(5), 1011-1017. [NILS]

Available online: Social Science and Medicine,
Output from project: 011

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The Scottish excess in mortality compared to the English and Welsh: is it a country of residence or country of birth excess?

Boyle, P.J., Popham, F. & Norman, P. (2010) Health & Place, 16(4), 759-762. [SLS]

Available online: Health & Place,
Output from project: 2009_004

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The effect of neighbourhood housing tenure mix on labour market outcomes: a longitudinal investigation of neighbourhood effects

van Ham, M. & Manley, D. (2010) Journal of Economic Geography, 10(2), 257-282. [SLS]

Available online: Journal of Economic Geography,
Output from project: 2007_006

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Self-rated health and mortality in the UK: results from the first comparative analysis of the England and Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland Longitudinal Studies

Young, H., Grundy, E., O'Reilly, D. & Boyle, P. (2010) Population Trends, 139(Spring), 11-36. [SLS][ONS LS][NILS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 408KB)
Output from project: 2008_009 (SLS), 30086 (ONS LS), 028 (NILS)

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New Research with Queen’s University Belfast in conjunction with NISRA

(2009) Screening Matters, 16(Autumn), HSC Public Health Agency, Northern Ireland [NILS]

Available online: Screening Matters,
Download output document: Full publication (PDF 1MB)
Output from project: 021

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Cohort Profile: The Scottish Longitudinal Study (SLS)

Boyle, P., Feijten, P., Feng, Z., Hattersley, L., Huang, Z., Nolan, J. & Raab, G. (2009) International Journal of Epidemiology, 38(2), 385-392. [SLS]

Available online: International Journal of Epidemiology,

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Unemployment, mortality and the problem of health-related selection: Evidence from the Scottish and England & Wales (ONS) Longitudinal Studies

Clemens, T., Boyle, P. & Popham, F. (2009) Health Statistics Quarterly, 43, 7-13. Office for National Statistics. [SLS][ONS LS]

Available online: Health Statistics Quarterly,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 116KB)
Output from project: 2008_005

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2011 UK Census Coverage Assessment and Adjustment Methodology

Abbott, O. (2009) Population Trends, (Autumn), 25-32 Office for National Statistics. 25 September 2009. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 1MB)

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Social mobility: Evidence that it can widen health inequalities

Boyle, P.J., Norman, P. & Popham, F. (2009) Social Sciences and Medicine, 68(10), 1835 - 1842. 1 May 2009. [ONS LS]

Available online: Social Sciences and Medicine,
Output from project: 30033

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Unemployment, mortality and the problem of health-related selection: evidence from the Scottish and England and Wales (ONS) Longitudinal Studies

Clemens, T., Boyle, P. & Popham, F. (2009) Health Statistics Quarterly, 43(Autumn), 7-13. 26 August 2009. [SLS][ONS LS]

Available online: Health Statistics Quarterly,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 116KB)
Output from project: 2008_005

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Escalators, elevators and travelators: the occupational mobility of migrants to south-east England

Findlay, A., Mason, C., Houston, D., McCollum, D. & Harrison, R. (2009) Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 35(6), 861-879. 11 June 2009. [ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies,
Output from project: 30048

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Women’s fertility and mortality in late mid life: A comparison of three contemporary populations

Grundy, E. (2009) American Journal of Human Biology, 21(4 (Special Issue),), 541-547. [ONS LS]

Available online: American Journal of Human Biology,
Output from project: 30091

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Social inequalities in adult female mortality by the National Statistics Socio-economic Classification, England and Wales, 2001–03

Langford, A. & Johnson, B. (2009) Health Statistics Quarterly, 42(Summer), 6 - 21. 28 May 2009. [ONS LS]

Available online: Health Statistics Quarterly,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 714KB)

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Social inequalities in female mortality by region and by selected causes of death, England and Wales, 2001–03

Langford, A., Johnson, B. & Al-Hamad, A. (2009) Health Statistics Quarterly, 44(Winter), 7-26. 24 November 2009. [ONS LS]

Available online: Health Statistics Quarterly,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 225KB)

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A comparison of the characteristics of childless women and mothers in the ONS Longitudinal Study

Portanti, M. & Whitworth, S. (2009) Population Trends, 136(Summer), 10-20. Office for National Statistics. 25 June 2009. ISBN: 978-0-230-57987-3 ISSN: 0307–4463 [ONS LS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 131KB)
Output from project: 20114

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Universal versus economically polarised change in age at first birth: a French-British comparison

Rendall, M., Ekert-Jaffé, O., Joshi, H., Lynch, K. & Mougin, R. (2009) Population and Development Review, 35(1), 89-115. 19 March 2009. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population and Development Review,

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The Educational Attainments of the “Second Generation”: A Comparative Study of Britain, Canada, and the United States

Rothon, C., Heath, A. & Lessard-Phillips, L. (2009) Teachers College Record, 111(6), 1404-1443. [ONS LS]

Available online: Teachers College Record,
Output from project: 30100

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Sex ratio patterns in population estimates

Smallwood, S. & De Broe, S. (2009) Population Trends, 137(Autumn), 41-50. Office for National Statistics, 25 September 2009. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full Paper (PDF 185KB)

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Families bereaved by road traffic crashes: linkage of mortality records with 1971–2001 censuses

Sullivan, R., Edwards, P., Sloggett, A. & Marshall, C.E. (2009) Injury Prevention, 15(6), 364-368. [ONS LS]

Available online: Injury Prevention,
Output from project: 30085

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A Census-based longitudinal study of variations in survival amongst residents of nursing and residential homes in Northern Ireland

McCann, M., O'Reilly, D. & Cardwell, C. (2009) Age and Ageing, 38(6), 711-717. [NILS]

Available online: Age and Ageing,
Output from project: 007

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Estimating the changing population of the ‘oldest old’

Dini, E. & Goldring, S. (2008) Population Trends, 132(Summer), [ONS LS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full paper (PDF 158kB)

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Getting off the Escalator? A Study of Scots Out-Migration from a Global City Region

Findlay, A., Mason, C., Harrison, R., Houston, D. & McCollum, D. (2008) Environment and Planning A, 40(9), 2169 - 2185 [ONS LS]

Available online: Environment and Planning A,
Output from project: 30048

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Social inequalities in male mortality for selected causes of death by the National Statistics Socioeconomic Classification, England and Wales, 2001–03

White, C., Edgar, G. & Siegler, V. (2008) Health Statistics Quarterly, 38(2), 19 - 32 [ONS LS]

Available online: Health Statistics Quarterly,
Download output document: Full paper (PDF 286kB)

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Longitudinal perspectives on caregiving, employment history and marital status in midlife in England and Wales

Young, H. & Grundy, E. (2008) Health and Social Care in the Community, 16(4), 388 - 399 [ONS LS]

Available online: Health and Social Care in the Community,
Output from project: 0301107

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Women’s Scientific Employment and Family Formation: A Longitudinal Perspective

Blackwell, L. & Glover, J. (2008) Gender, Work & Organisation 15(6), 579 - 599 [ONS LS]

Available online: Gender, Work & Organisation

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Is caring associated with an increased risk of mortality? A longitudinal study

O'Reilly, D., Connolly, S., Rosato, M. & Patterson, C. (2008) Social Science & Medicine, 67(8), 1282-1290. 1 October 2008. [NILS]

Available online: Social Science & Medicine,
Output from project: 004

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Unlinked vital events in census-based longitudinal studies can bias subsequent analysis

O'Reilly, D., Rosato, M. & Connolly, S. (2008) Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 61(4), 380-385. 1 April 2008. [NILS]

Available online: Journal of Clinical Epidemiology,
Output from project: 003

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Area factors and suicide: 5-year follow-up of the Northern Ireland population

O'Reilly, D., Rosato, M., Connolly, S. & Cardwell, C. (2008) British Journal of Psychiatry, 192(2), 106-111. [NILS]

Available online: British Journal of Psychiatry,
Output from project: 005

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Religious affiliation and mortality in Northern Ireland: beyond Catholic and Protestant

O'Reilly, D. & Rosato, M. (2008) Social Science & Medicine, 66(7), 1637-1645. [NILS]

Available online: Social Science & Medicine,
Output from project: 006

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Quantifying stability and change in ethnic group

Simpson, L. & Akinwale, B. (2007) Journal of Official Statistics 23(2), 185 - 208. 1 June 2007. [ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of Official Statistics
Output from project: 20091

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Increasing inequalities in health: Is it an artefact caused by the selective movement of people?

Connolly, S., O'Reilly, D. & Rosato, M. (2007) Social Science and Medicine, 64(10), 2008-2015 [ONS LS]

Available online: Social Science and Medicine,
Output from project: 30036

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Social inequalities in adult male mortality by the National Statistics Socio-Economic Classifcation, England and Wales, 2001–03

White, C., Glickman, M., Johnson, B. & Corbin, T. (2007) Health Statistics Quarterly, 36(Winter), [ONS LS]

Available online: Health Statistics Quarterly,
Download output document: Full paper (PDF 769kB)
Output from project: 20088

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Socio-demographic variations in moves to institutional care 1991–2001: a record linkage study from England and Wales

Grundy, E. & Jitlal, M. (2007) Age and Ageing, 36(4), 424 - 430 [ONS LS]

Available online: Age and Ageing,

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The diluted working classes of rural England and Wales

Hoggart, K. (2007) Journal of Rural Studies, 23, 305 - 317 [ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of Rural Studies,
Output from project: 30020

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Making education count: the effects of ethnicity and qualifications on intergenerational social class mobility

Platt, L. (2007) The Sociological Review, 55(3), 485 - 508 [ONS LS]

Available online: The Sociological Review,
Output from project: 30008

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The association of cancer survival with four socioeconomic indicators: a longitudinal study of the older population of England and Wales 1981–2000

Sloggett, A., Young, H. & Grundy, E. (2007) BMC Cancer, 7(20), [ONS LS]

Available online: BMC Cancer,
Output from project: 20059

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The reversed social gradient: Higher breast cancer mortality in the higher educated compared to lower educated. A comparison of 11 European populations during the 1990s

Strand, B.H., Kunst, A., Huisman, M., Menvielle, G., Glickman, M., Bopp, M., Borell, C., Borgan, J.K., Costa, G., Deboosere, P., Regidor, E., Valkonen, T. & Mackenbach, J.P. (2007) European Journal of Cancer, 43(2007), 1200 - 1207 [ONS LS]

Available online: European Journal of Cancer,
Output from project: 20131

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Migration trends at older ages in England and Wales

Uren, Z. & Goldring, S. (2007) Population Trends, 130(4), 31 - 40 [ONS LS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full report (PDF 441KB)

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Gender Life Course Transitions from the Nuclear Family in England and Wales 1981-2001

Ware, L., Maconachie, M., Williams, M., Chandler, J. & Dodgeon, B. (2007) Sociological Research Online, 12(4), [ONS LS]

Available online: Sociological Research Online,
Output from project: 30046

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Increasing social mobility: an effective policy to reduce health inequalities

Bartley, M. & Plewis, I. (2007) Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, 170(2), 469 - 481 [ONS LS]

Available online: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society,
Output from project: 40001

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Urban and rural variations in morbidity and mortality in Northern Ireland

O'Reilly, G., O'Reilly, D., Rosato, M. & Connolly, S. (2007) BMC Public Health, 7(123), [NILS]

Available online: BMC Public Health,
Output from project: 004

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The Creation of “Consistent Areas Through Time” (CATTs) in Scotland, 1981-2001

Exeter, D.J., Boyle, P., Feng, Z., Flowerdew, R. & Schierloh, N. (2005) Population Trends, 119(Spring 2005), 28-36. Office for National Statistics. [SLS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full Issue (PDF 1.4MB)

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Shrinking areas and mortality: an artefact of deprivation effects?

Exeter, D.J., Feng, Z., Flowerdew, R. & Boyle, P. (2005) Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 59, 924-926. [SLS]

Available online: Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health,

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Selective migration, health and deprivation: a longitudinal analysis

Norman, P., Boyle, P. & Rees, P. (2005) Social Science & Medicine, 60(12), 2755-2771. [ONS LS]

Available online: Social Science & Medicine,
Output from project: 10347

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Ability to speak Welsh in the censuses of population: a longitudinal analysis

Jones, H. (2005) Population Trends, 122(4), 83 - 86 Office for National Statistics. [ONS LS]

Available online: Population Trends,
Download output document: Full issue (PDF 1MB)
Output from project: 20080

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Population geography: migration and inequalities in mortality and morbidity

Boyle, P. (2004) Progress in Human Geography, 28, 767-776. [SLS]

Available online: Progress in Human Geography,

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Guest editorial: the 2001 UK census: remarkable resource or bygone legacy of the ‘pencil and paper era’?

Boyle, P. & Dorling, D. (2004) Area, 36(2), 101-110. 22 June 2004. [SLS][ONS LS][NILS]

Available online: Area,

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The role of population change in widening the mortality gap in Scotland

Boyle, P., Exeter, D. & Flowerdew, R. (2004) Area, 36(2), 164-173. [SLS]

Available online: Area,

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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?

Boyle, P., Norman, P. & Rees, P. (2004) Social Science & Medicine, 58(12), 2459-2471. 1 June 2004. [ONS LS]

Available online: Social Science & Medicine,
Output from project: 10347

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The ONS longitudinal study: Quality issues from 30 years of data linkage

Smith, J., Blackwell, J. & Lynch, K. (2003) Statistical Journal of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, 20(1), 39 - 49 [ONS LS]

Available online: Statistical Journal of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe,

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Scotland’s demographic regime: Population and the politics of devolution

Graham, E. & Boyle, P. (2003) Scottish Geographical Journal, 119(4), 361-382. [SLS]

Available online: Scottish Geographical Journal,

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Mortality of third generation Irish people living in England and Wales: longitudinal study

Harding, S. & Balarajan, R. (2001) British Medical Journal, 322(7284), 466 - 467 [ONS LS]

Available online: British Medical Journal,

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The history and future of record linkage in the ONS longitudinal study

Smith, J. (1999) Statistical Journal of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, 16(2-3), 197 - 205 [ONS LS]

Available online: Statistical Journal of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe,

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