Anne Bolster

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This paper examines the association between neighbourhood and levels and changes in common mental disorders. Using data from a large scale nationally representative survey of individuals and households (the British Household Panel Survey), it locates individuals in their local neighbourhoods. These are defined as the nearest 500-800 persons centered around(More)
Using a unique dataset, we present evidence on income trajectories of people living in micro neighbourhoods. We place bounds on the influence of neighbourhood making as few parametric assumptions as possible. The paper offers a number of advances. We exploit a dataset that is large, representative, longitudinal with very local neighbourhoods. We analyse(More)
  • A Bolster
  • 1996
A CMA-sponsored Internet discussion group, Clinical Q&A, has become a popular feature of CMA Online. About 150 physicians from around the world have participated in discussions and question-answer interaction, usually about diagnostic or patient-management dilemmas. Based on the success of the venture, CMA Online plans to expand the Internet forums it(More)
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