Health Inequalities

A central theme of our research, which influences all of our substantive and methodological work, is social and geographical inequalities in health. We focus on both illustrating the extent of health inequalities, and how to reduce them through social, environmental, and health systems intervention.

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Di Cesare MD, Bhatti Z, Soofi SB, Fortunato L, Ezzati M, Bhutta ZA.

Geographical and socioeconomic inequalities in women and children's nutritional status in Pakistan in 2011: an analysis of data from a nationally representative survey. (Journal Article)

Lancet Global Health, 2015, 3(4): e229-e239.

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Bennett JE, Blangiardo M, Fecht D, Elliott P, Ezzati M.

Vulnerability to the mortality effects of warm temperature in the districts of England and Wales. (Journal Article)

Nature Climate Change, 2014, 4(4): 269-273.

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Paciorek CJ, Stevens GA, Finucane MM, Ezzati M on behalf of Nutrition Impact Model Study Group.

Urban living, urbanisation, and children’s height and weight in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic analysis of population-representative data. (Journal Article)

Lancet Global Health, 2013, 1(5): e300-e309.

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Zhou Z, Dionisio KL, Verissimo TG, Kerr AS, Coull B, Arku RE, Koutrakis P, Spengler JD, Hughes AF, Vallarino J, Agyei-Mensah S, Ezzati M.

Chemical composition and sources of particle pollution in affluent and poor neighborhoods of Accra, Ghana. (Journal Article)

Environmental Research Letters, 2013, 8: 044025.

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Di Cesare M, Khang YH, Asaria P, Blakely T, Cowan MJ*, Farzadfar F*, Guerrero R*, Ikeda N*, Kyobutungi C*, Msyamboza KP*, Oum S*, Lynch JW, Marmot MG, Ezzati M on behalf of The Lancet NCD Action Group. * Equal contributions

Inequalities in non-communicable diseases and effective responses. (Journal Article)

Lancet, 2013, 381(9866): 585-597.

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Health Inequality