Jamie Pearce
Jamie Pearce
Professor of Health Geography, CRESH, University of Edinburgh
Verified email at ed.ac.uk - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
A review of intraurban variations in particulate air pollution: Implications for epidemiological research
JG Wilson, S Kingham, J Pearce, AP Sturman
Atmospheric Environment 39 (34), 6444-6462, 2005
3342005
Neighborhood deprivation and access to fast-food retailing: a national study
J Pearce, T Blakely, K Witten, P Bartie
American journal of preventive medicine 32 (5), 375-382, 2007
3232007
Neighbourhoods and health: a GIS approach to measuring community resource accessibility
J Pearce, K Witten, P Bartie
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 60 (5), 389-395, 2006
2962006
Role of physical activity in the relationship between urban green space and health
EA Richardson, J Pearce, R Mitchell, S Kingham
Public health 127 (4), 318-324, 2013
2692013
Are socially disadvantaged neighbourhoods deprived of health-related community resources?
J Pearce, K Witten, R Hiscock, T Blakely
International journal of epidemiology 36 (2), 348-355, 2006
2162006
The contextual effects of neighbourhood access to supermarkets and convenience stores on individual fruit and vegetable consumption
J Pearce, R Hiscock, T Blakely, K Witten
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 62 (3), 198-201, 2008
2142008
Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to assess the role of the built environment in influencing obesity: a glossary
LE Thornton, JR Pearce, AM Kavanagh
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 8 (1), 71, 2011
2012011
Neighbourhood access to open spaces and the physical activity of residents: a national study
K Witten, R Hiscock, J Pearce, T Blakely
Preventive medicine 47 (3), 299-303, 2008
2012008
The association between green space and cause-specific mortality in urban New Zealand: an ecological analysis of green space utility
E Richardson, J Pearce, R Mitchell, P Day, S Kingham
BMC public health 10 (1), 240, 2010
1732010
Moralising geographies: stigma, smoking islands and responsible subjects
L Thompson, J Pearce, JR Barnett
Area 39 (4), 508-517, 2007
1732007
Environmental justice and health: the implications of the socio‐spatial distribution of multiple environmental deprivation for health inequalities in the United Kingdom
JR Pearce, EA Richardson, RJ Mitchell, NK Shortt
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 35 (4), 522-539, 2010
1432010
Neighborhood environments and socioeconomic inequalities in mental well-being
RJ Mitchell, EA Richardson, NK Shortt, JR Pearce
American journal of preventive medicine 49 (1), 80-84, 2015
1422015
A national study of the association between neighbourhood access to fast-food outlets and the diet and weight of local residents
J Pearce, R Hiscock, T Blakely, K Witten
Health & place 15 (1), 193-197, 2009
1372009
Obesity-promoting food environments and the spatial clustering of food outlets around schools
PL Day, J Pearce
American journal of preventive medicine 40 (2), 113-121, 2011
1332011
Increasing geographical inequalities in health in New Zealand, 1980–2001
J Pearce, D Dorling
International Journal of Epidemiology 35 (3), 597-603, 2006
1312006
A national study of neighbourhood access to gambling opportunities and individual gambling behaviour
J Pearce, K Mason, R Hiscock, P Day
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 62 (10), 862-868, 2008
1282008
Neighborhood built environment and transport and leisure physical activity: findings using objective exposure and outcome measures in New Zealand
K Witten, T Blakely, N Bagheri, H Badland, V Ivory, J Pearce, S Mavoa, ...
Environmental Health Perspectives 120 (7), 971-977, 2012
1182012
Cancer survival in New Zealand: ethnic, social and geographical inequalities
R Haynes, J Pearce, R Barnett
Social science & medicine 67 (6), 928-937, 2008
1182008
Every breath you take? Environmental justice and air pollution in Christchurch, New Zealand
J Pearce, S Kingham, P Zawar-Reza
Environment and Planning A 38 (5), 919-938, 2006
1072006
Is neighborhood access to health care provision associated with individual‐level utilization and satisfaction?
R Hiscock, J Pearce, T Blakely, K Witten
Health services research 43 (6), 2183-2200, 2008
1022008
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