Wales Institute of Social & Economic Research, Data & Methods
Sefydliad Ymchwil Gymdeithasol ac Economaidd, Data a Dulliau Cymru

Housing, health and well-being

Who Cares: A guide to housing and community care planning in Wales
1994
Graham Brotherton, John Parker and Robert Smith
Report published by Welsh Office Housing Management Advisory Panel

Home injuries and built form – methodological issues and developments in database linkage
2005
Newcombe RG, Lyons RA, Jones SJ, Patterson J
This paper describes a methodology to study the effect of built form on injury rates
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Injuries in homes with certain built forms.
2006
Lyons RA, Newcombe RG, Jones SJ, Patterson J Palmer SR, Jones P.
The study shows that injuries are far more frequent in terraced homes and purpose built apartments.
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Modification of the home environment for the reduction of injuries
2011
Turner S, Arthur G, Lyons RA, Weightman AL, Mann MK, Jones SJ, John A, Lannon S
This Cochrane Collaboration paper summarises the state of knowledge on preventing injuries by modifying the home environment.
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Cohort Profile: The Housing Regeneration and Health Study.
2012
Rodgers SE, Heaven M, Lacey A, Macey S, Poortinga W, Dunstan FD, Jones KH, Palmer SR, Phillips CJ, Smith R, John A, Davies GA, Lyons RA
This study demonstrates a novel large scale methodology for assessing the impact of improving housing conditions on health.
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Psychopathology in young people experiencing homelessness: A systematic review
2013
Hodgson, Shelton, van den Bree & Los
A systematic review of studies examining mental health issues among young people who are homeless.
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