Dr Hannah Jordan's Publication List

Hobbs M, Griffiths C,  Green MA, Jordan H, Saunders J, McKenna J.  (2017)  Neighbourhood typologies and associations with body mass index and obesity:  A cross-sectional study. Preventative Medicine.  doi: 10.1016/j.ypmed.2017.11.024

Hobbs M, Griffiths C, Green MA, Jordan H, Saunders J & McKenna J. (2017).  Associations between the combined physical activity environment, socioeconomic status and obesity: a cross-sectional study.  Perspectives in Public Health.  doi: 10.1177/1757913917748353

Hobbs M, Green MA, Griffiths C, Jordan H, Saunders J, Grimmer H & McKenna J.  (2017) Access and qualiy of parks and associations with obesity: A cross-sectional study.  SSM - Population Health, 3, 722-729. doi: 10.1016/j.ssmph.2017.07.007

Jordan H, Hidajat M, Payne N, Adams J, White M & Ben-Shlomo Y. (2017) What are older smokers' attitudes to quitting and how are they managed in primary care? An analysis of the cross-sectional English Smoking Toolkit Study.  BMJ Open, 7(11), e018150. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2071-018150

Salway SM, Payne N, Rimmer M, Buckner S, Jordan H, Adams J, Benshlomo Y. (2017) Identifying inequitable healthcare in older people; systematic review of current research practice.  International Journal for Equity in Health. 16.  doi: 10.1186/s12939-017-0605-z

Jesurasa A, Mackenzie K, Jordan H & Goyder E. (2017) What factors facilitate the engagement with flipped classrooms used in the preparation for postgraduate medical membership examinations?  Advances in Medical Education and Practice.  8, 419-426. doi: 10.2147/AMEP.S132266

Hobbs M, Green M, Griffiths C, Jordan H & McKenna J. (2016).  How different data sources and definitions of neighbourhood influenfe the association between food outlet availability and body mass index: a cross-sectional study.  Perspectives in Public Health.  doi: 10.1177/1757913916650916  

Lee A, Jordan H & Horsley J.  (2015) Value or urban green spaces in promoting healthy living and wellbeing: prospects for planning.  Risk Management and Healthcare Policy, 8, 131-137. doi: 10.2147/RMHP/S61654

Martin D, Jordan H, Roderick P.
Taking the bus: incorporating public transport timetable data into health care accessibility modelling. 
Environment and Planning A
(2008) 40:2510-2525

Maheswaran R, Pearson T, Jordan H, Black D.
Socioeconomic deprivation, travel distance, location of service and uptake of breast cancer screening in North Derbyshire, UK.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health
(2006) 60:208-212

George S, Primrose J, Talbot R, Smith J, Mullee M, Bailey D, du Boulay C, Jordan H.
Will Rogers revisited: prospective observational study of survival of 3592 patients with colorectal cancer according to number of nodes examined by pathologists.
(2006) British Journal of Cancer 95(7):841-847

Jordan H, Roderick P, Martin D, Barnett S.
Distance, rurality and the need for care: access to health services in South West England.
International Journal of Health Geographics
(2004) 3:21 (29 September)

Jordan H, Roderick P, Martin D.
The Index of Multiple Deprivation 2000 and accessibility effects on health. 
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health
(2004) 58(3):250-257

Wrigley H, Roderick P, George S, Smith J, Mullee M, Goddard J.
Inequalities in survival from colorectal cancer: a comparison of the impact of deprivation, treatment and host factors on observed and cause specific survival.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health
(2003) 57:301-309

Martin D, Wrigley H, Barnett S, Roderick P.
Increasing the sophistication of access measurement in a rural healthcare study.
(2002) Health and Place 8(1):3-13

Barnett S, Roderick P, Martin D, Diamond I, Wrigley H.
Interrelations between three proxies of health care need at the small area level: an urban/rural comparison.    
(2002) Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 56: 754-761

Wrigley H, George S, Smith H, Snooks H, Glasper A, Thomas E.
Trends in demand for emergency ambulance services in Wiltshire over nine years: observational study.
(2002) BMJ 324(7338):646-647

Wrigley H, Snooks HA, Thomas E, Smith H, Glasper A, George S.
Epidemiology and demography of 999 ambulance calls: a review.
(1999) Pre-hospital Immediate Care 3: 94-98

Snooks HA, Wrigley H, George S, Thomas E, Smith H, Glasper A.
Appropriateness of use of emergency ambulances.
(1998) Journal of Accident and Emergency Medicine 15:212-218