2 edition of Mortality variation in the North of England found in the catalog.
Mortality variation in the North of England
Brian W. Benson
Facsim. of a dissertation submitted to the John Hopkins University for the degreee of Doctor of Philosophy, 1980.
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Northern England, also known as the North of England or simply the North, is the northern part of England, considered as a single cultural area.. Northern England is bordered by the Midlands to the south. It extends from the Anglo-Scottish border in the north to near the River Trent in the south, although precise definitions of its southern extent vary.. Northern England approximately Constituent country: England. Geographical inequalities in coronary heart disease (CHD) mortality rates in England are substantial and persistent. Since the late s, male CHD mortality rates have been at least 30% higher in the North of England than in the South East, and the differences between North and South for female rates have been even by: 9.
Premature deaths higher in north of England People living in the north of England have a greater risk of dying early than those in the south, according to a national league table of premature death. Chart comparing the number of deaths in north and south of England in Between and , 3, more men and 1, more women aged between 25 and 44 died in the north than in the south.
Most previous analyses of ethnic variations in infant mortality in England and Wales have either used mother's country of birth or mother's/parents' ethnic group(s) rather than infant's ethnic. The North East was the region of England with the highest ASMRs and London was the lowest, for both males and females. The local authority in England with the highest ASMR was Blackpool (1, deaths per , population) while the City of London had the lowest ( deaths per , population).
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Death in New England: regional variations in mortality. [John William. Florin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. There is longstanding empirical evidence of substantial geographical differences in mortality within the United Kingdom.
Indeed, Britton () found a consistent and persistent difference for all-cause mortality for both men and women from the s up to the period –6, with the highest rates being found in the north and west of the country.
Recent research by Drever and Whitehead Cited by: For the purposes of this paper, we used November to February daily temperature and mortality data for the yr period –99, from five official Office of National Statistics (ONS) regions of England, namely, Yorkshire and the Humber, the West Midlands, northeast, northwest, and southeast regions ().Daily all-cause mortality data were obtained from the ONS (deaths per day), as opposed to Cited by: 8.
Mortality variations in England and Wales between types of place: An analysis of the ONS Longitudinal study January Social Science & Medicine 47(12) variation of mortality in the United States of America, England and Wales, and Germany, based upon the statistics of large towns, which was published by the Health Organization of the League of Nations.
The most striking feature in this graph was the height of the winter peak of mortality in England. day with the highest mortality. In and there was no evidenceofa cyclictrendin deathsat age days,buttherewassuch a trend in, and In and mortality at age days washighest amongchildren born at the weekend.
Discussion DAYOF BIRTH The variation in numbers of births according to the day ofCited by: "Mortality" by Christopher Hitchens is the story of the writer and political analyst's life during the last nineteen months of his life after he was diagnosed with Stage 4 esophageal cancer.
At the time, Christopher Hitchens was just launching an American book tour. Having read a couple of historical fiction novels with the Black Death aka the Great Mortality as the books backdrop, I picked this book up to read to understand this apocalyptic-like event.
Between the years of andthe Black Death creeped across Eurasia, initially along major trade routes and later inland, killing one-third of the /5.
An Atlas of Victorian Mortality provides the first detailed description of the geography of mortality in England and Wales. It uses districts to chart variations and changes in the principal causes of death from the 's to the 's. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. Geographical inequalities in health and mortality are known to exist in Great Britain, with Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland having higher mortality than England and regions in the north of England having higher mortality than the south. 6 Although the gap between regions with high and low mortality rates appears unchanged between and Cited by: Mortality of the British army: at home and abroad, and during the Russian war, as compared with the mortality of the civil population in England ; illustrated by tables and diagrams Item Preview remove-circlePages: From tothe chances of dying early (in the north of England than in the south, while England's overall mortality fell by around 50% in men and 40% in women.
From the mids, the north of England experienced a profound rise in premature mortality in adults aged 25–44 years compared with the by: 8. The health gap: New mortality rates show how the north loses out to the south New mortality data highlights serious divisions across England but. The Black Death was a bubonic plague pandemic, which reached England in June It was the first and most severe manifestation of the Second Pandemic, caused by Yersinia pestis term "Black Death" was not used until the late 17th century.
Originating in China, it spread west along the trade routes across Europe and arrived on the British Isles from the English province of Gascony. Local variation in avoidable death rates revealed Local variation in avoidable death rates revealed.
Overall it shows that the north of England has a higher risk of early death than the Author: Department of Health And Social Care. The Cold Weather Plan (CWP) in England was introduced to prevent the adverse health effects of cold weather; however, its impact is currently unknown.
This study characterizes cold-related mortality and fuel poverty at STP (Sustainability and Transformation Partnership) level, and assesses changes in cold risk since the introduction of the by: 1.
Geographies of England, the North-South divide, Imagined and Material. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; Glasmeier A, Martin R, Tyler P, Dorling D.
Poverty and place in the UK and USA. Cambridge J Regions Econ Soc. ; 1: Gordon E, Wells C. Geographical variations in premature mortality in England and Wales, CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract.
In this paper we examine the relationship between premature mortality and material deprivation both over time (the intercensal period, ) and over space (for the population in wards and ward groups in Wales).
Our focus is on the methods of analysis for small area (ward-based) multiple cross-section. Purchase Mortality Patterns in National Populations - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBN. The Lancet Public Health THE GEOGRAPHY OF DEATH IN ENGLAND AND WALES, G. Melvyn HowePh.D. SENIOR LECTURER IN GEOGRAPHY, DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY AND ANTHROPOLOGY, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH, Wales STATISTICAL tables of the geographical distribution of mortality in England and Wales have been available for Cited by: 2.
Annual deprivation specific mortality rates per observed (most deprived only, squares) and smoothed (all quintiles, lines) and the mortality rate ratio between the smoothed rates of the deprived and the affluent (right hand axis), by single year of age and sex, England and Wales, Cited by: We found STPs in the South West of England (Cornwall and Somerset) had higher mortality risk during the study period (–), despite having milder winters.
A comparison of mortality risk in the period before and after the introduction of the CWP showed variation in mortality risk by area increased considerably during the second by: 1.