Residential mobility and health

Timeframe

2017–2019

COMPASS staff

Nichola Shackleton (Principal Investigator)

Collaborators

University of Auckland: Daniel Exeter

University of Liverpool: Frances Darlington-Pollock

University of Leeds: Paul Norman

Description

Work looking at the interplay between residential mobility, deprivation, age, personal socioeconomic circumstance, and health outcomes.

Papers

Shackleton N, Darlington-Pollock F, Norman P, Jackson R, Exeter D (2018). Longitudinal deprivation trajectories and risk of cardiovascular disease in New Zealand. Health & Place. doi:10.1016/j.healthplace.2018.07.010.

Darlington-Pollock F, Shackleton N, Norman P, Lee AC, Exeter D (2018). Differences in the risk of cardiovascular disease for movers and stayers in New Zealand: A survival analysis. International Journal of Public Health, 63(2), 173-179. doi:10.1007/s00038-017-1011-4.

Darlington-Pollock F, Norman P, Shackleton, N, Exeter D (2018). Migration, Mobility and Health. In VA Crooks, G Andrews, J Pearce (Ed.s), Routledge Handbook Of Health Geography. Abingdon: Routledge.