Urban and rural variations in morbidity and mortality in Northern Ireland

@article{OReilly2007UrbanAR,
  title={Urban and rural variations in morbidity and mortality in Northern Ireland},
  author={Gareth O'Reilly and Dermot O' Reilly and Michael Jeffrey Rosato and Sheelah Connolly},
  journal={BMC Public Health},
  year={2007},
  volume={7},
  pages={123 - 123}
}
BackgroundFrom a public health perspective and for the appropriate allocation of resources it is important to understand the differences in health between areas. This paper examines the variations in morbidity and mortality between urban and rural areas.MethodsThis is a cohort study looking at morbidity levels of the population of Northern Ireland at the time of the 2001 census, and subsequent mortality over the following four years. Individual characteristics including demographic and socio… CONTINUE READING
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