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The overall objective of this study was to estimate the effect of urban regeneration upon the association between social exclusion and various health outcomes.

Main Topics/Subject Category
Social exclusion, health outcomes
Blackburn (district), Burnley (district), England, Halton (district), Hynburn (district), Knowsley (district), North West of England (region), Pendle (district), Ribble valley (district), Rochdale (district), Rossendale (district), Warrington (district), access to health services, age, cars, community participation, debilitative illness, diet and nutrition, ethnic groups, gender, health, heart diseases, housing tenure, ill health, local community facilities, neighbourhoods, personal finance management, policy monitoring, qualifications, residential mobility, respiratory tract diseases, smoking, social capital, social disadvantage, social exclusion, social inequality, social support, unemployed, urban renewal
Identifier Variables
Area of Health System
Social care
Data Available
Risk behaviours, Socio-economic, Demographic
Data collecting organization (s)
University of Salford. Institute for Health and Social Care Research. Centre for Public Health Research
Data Type
Survey (cross-sectional)
Coverage (date of field work)
1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
Unit of Analysis

Respondents of a health survey questionnaire in ten Local Authority (Blackburn; Burnley; Halton; Hyndburn; Knowsley; Pendle; Ribble Valley; Rochdale; Rossendale; Warrington; North West England) areas in the North West of England during 2006, 20,220 cases.

ESDS Access and Preservation, UK Data Archive
Conditions of Access
Free registration access