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Wallace M, Wilson B and Darlington-Pollock F (2022) Social inequalities experienced by children of immigrants across multiple domains of life: a case study of the Windrush in England and Wales. Comparative Migration Studies, 10: 18.
Hiam L, Zhang CX, Burns R, Darlington-Pollock F, Wallace M and McKee M (2022) What can the UK learn from the impact of migrant populations on national life expectancy? Journal of Public Health.
Watson J, Giebel C, Green M, Darlington-Pollock F, Akpan A (2021) Use of routine and cohort data globally in exploring dementia care pathways and inequalities: A systematic review. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 36(2): 252-270.
Buyuklieva B, Cranston S, McCollum D, Beech S, Botterill K, Catney G, Darlington-Pollock F, Finney N, Shubin S, Tebbett N and Waite C (2021) Reflections on a Golden Jubilee: Celebrating 50 years of Population Geography within the Royal Geographical Society (with IBS)’s journals. Area 53(4):727-736.
Green M, Musi E, Rowe F, Darren C, Darlington-Pollock F, Kypridemos C, Morse A, Rossini P, Tulloch J, Davies A, Dearden E, Maheswaran H, Singleton A, Vivancos R, Sheard S (forthcoming) Identifying how COVID-19 related misinformation reacts to the announcement of the UK national lockdown: An interrupted time-series study. Big Data and Society.
Darlington-Pollock F, Green M and Simpson L (2021) Why were there 231 707 more deaths than expected in England between 2010-2018? An ecological analysis of mortality records. Journal of Public Health. https://doi.org/10.1093/pubmed/fdab023
Lomax N, Norman P and Darlington-Pollock F (2021) Defining distance thresholds for migration research. Population, Space and Place. https://doi.org/10/1002/psp.2440
Giebel C, Sutcliffe C, Darlington-Pollock F, Green M, Akpan A, Dickinson J, Watson J, Gabbay M (2021) Health inequities in the care pathways for people living with young and late-onset dementia: From pre-COVID-19 to early pandemic. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. doi: 10.3390/ijerph18020686
Darlington-Pollock F, Peters K (2020) Progress in the study of health inequalities and selective migration: Mobilising the new mobilities paradigm. Progress in Human Geography. https://doi.org/10.1177/0309132520968151
Darlington-Pollock F, Dunning R and Dolega L. (2020) Ageism, Overlapping Vulnerabilities and Equity in the COVID-19 Pandemic. Town Planning Review. https://doi.org/10.3828/tpr.2020.40
Watson J, Giebel C, Green M, Darlington-Pollock F, Akpan A. (2020) Use of routine and cohort data globally in exploring dementia care pathways and inequalities: a systematic review. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. https://doi.org/10.1002/gps.5419
Darlington-Pollock F and Norman P. (2020) Establishing a framework of analysis for selective sorting and changing health gradients. Population, Space and Place. https://doi.org/10.1002/psp.2359
Wallace M and Darlington-Pollock F. (2020) Poor health, low mortality? Paradox found among immigrants in England and Wales. Population, Space and Place. https://doi.org/10.1002/psp.2360
Darlington-Pollock F and Norman P. (2019) Stalling life expectancy and increased mortality in working ages deserve urgent attention, The Lancet Public Health, 4(11): e543-e544. [commentary] https://doi.org/10.1016/S2468-2667(19)30207-5
Green MA, Widener M, Darlington-Pollock F, Pearce J. (2019) The evolution of Health & Place: Text mining papers published between 1995 and 2018, Health & Place, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.healthplace.2019.102207.
Darlington-Pollock F, Lomax N, Norman P. (2019) Ethnic Internal Migration: The Importance of Age and Migrant Status, The Geographical Journal, 185: 68-91. https://rgs-ibg.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/geoj.12286 **Top 10% most downloaded paper in year following publication**
Shackleton N, Darlington-Pollock F,Norman P, Jackson R, Exeter D. (2018) Longitudinal deprivation trajectories and risk of cardiovascular disease in New Zealand, Health & Place, 53: 34-42. https://doi.org/10/1016/j.healthplace.2018.07.010
Darlington-Pollock F, Shackleton N, Norman P, Lee AC & Exeter D (2017) Differences in the risk of cardiovascular disease for movers and stayers in New Zealand: A survival analysis International Journal of Public Health. DOI: 10.1007/s00038-017-1011-4
Darlington-Pollock F & Norman, P (2017) Examining ethnic inequalities in health and tenure in England: a repeated cross-sectional analysis Health & Place 13 (46): 82-90.
Darlington-Pollock F, Norman P, Lee AC, Grey C, Metha S, Exeter D (2016) To move or not to move? Exploring the relationship between residential mobility, risk of cardiovascular disease and ethnicity in New Zealand Social Science & Medicine, 165: 128-140.
Darlington F, Norman P, Ballas D, Exeter D (2015) Exploring ethnic inequalities in health: evidence from the Health Survey for England, 1998-2011 Diversity and Equality in Health and Care, 12 (2): 54-65.
CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES
Darlington-Pollock F and Wallace M (2020) Mortality. In Kobayashi A. (Ed) International Encyclopaedia of Human Geography (Second Edition), Elsevier: 199-204. https://doi.org/10/1016/B978-0-08-102295-5.10294-X
Darlington-Pollock F, Norman P, Exeter D, Shackleton N. (2018) Researching Migration and Health: Perspectives and Debates. In Crooks VA, Andrews G and Pearce J (eds) Routledge Handbook of Health Geography, Chapter 10.
Darlington-Pollock F, Norman P, Ballas D. (2018) Using Census Microdata to Explore the Inter-relationships between Ethnicity, Health, Socioeconomic Factors and Internal Migration. In Stillwell J, (ed) Routledge Handbook of Census Resources, Data and Applications.
Norman P and Darlington-Pollock F. (2018) The changing geography of deprivation in Great Britain: exploiting small area census data, 1971-2011. In Stillwell J, (ed) Routledge Handbook of Census Resources, Data and Applications.
Darlington F, Norman P and Gould M. (2015) Migration and Health. In Smith D, Finney N, Halfacree K, Walford N (eds) Internal Migration: Geographical Perspective and Processes. Ashgate Publications: Farnham, pp.113-128.
Darlington-Pollock F. (2020) Book Review: A Research Agenda for Migration and Health. Geographical Research. https://doi.org/10.1111/1745-5871.12440
Darlington-Pollock F. (2018) Book Review: Internal Migration in the Developed World. Are We Becoming Less Mobile? Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy. 11(4): 731-733.
Darlington-Pollock F. (2016) Book Review: People and Places: An Atlas of Social Change. BSPS Newsletter, 119. Available at: http://www.lse.ac.uk/social-policy/Assets/Documents/bsps/newsletters/119-May-2016.pdf
OTHER (Media, Commentary, Working Papers)
Darlington-Pollock F, Simpson L, Green M (2021) Pre-COVID-19 death rates should be a warning for the UK government if it wants to build back better. The Conversation, https://theconversation.com/pre-covid-19-death-rates-should-be-a-warning-for-the-uk-government-if-it-wants-to-build-back-better-157279
Darlington-Pollock F, Yang Y, Dolega L, Singleton A, Yates S (2021) Left Behind Neigbourhoods and Digital Poverty amongst Older People. Policy Brief. https://www.appg-leftbehindneighbourhoods.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Older-People-and-Digital-Poverty_FEB-1.pdf
Wallace M, Wilson B, Darlington-Pollock F (2020) The Children of the Windrush: Social Inequalities across Multiple Domains of Life. Stockholm Research Reports in Demography, no 2020:40. https://su.figshare.com/articles/preprint/The_Children_of_the_Windrush_Social_Inequalities_across_Multiple_Domains_of_Life/12932810
Darlington-Pollock F (2020) A message to new geography undergrads from a university lecturer: ‘In this time of crisis, there is opportunity’. Geographical. https://geographical.co.uk/opinion/item/3728-a-message-to-new-geography-undergads-from-a-university-lecturer-in-this-time-of-crisis-there-is-opportunity
Lord A, Batey P, Buck M, Darlington-Pollock F,Dembski S, Dunning R, Moore T, Singleton A, Sturzaker J. (2019) An Evidence Base to support Cobalt Housing’s Growth Strategy. University of Liverpool.
Darlington-Pollock, F. (2019) Austerity is hurting women’s health. Social Europe, available at: https://www.socialeurope.eu/austerity-is-hurting-womens-health
Darlington-Pollock, F., Lomax, N., Norman, P. (2019) When do we move, and how far? Geography Directions Blog Post, available at: https://blog.geographydirections.com/2018/11/20/when-do-we-move-and-how-far/
Darlington F, Norman P, Ballas D (2014) Working Paper – Exploring changing social structures and health using the Health Survey for England: a technical note on the creation and analysis of a time-series dataset in SPSS