Epidemiological literature on the health risks associated with non-optimal temperature has mostly reported average estimates across large areas or specific population groups. However, the heterogeneous distribution of drivers of vulnerability can result in local differences in health risks associated with heat and cold. We aimed to analyse the association between ambient air temperature and all-cause mortality across England and Wales and characterise small scale patterns in temperature-related mortality risks and impacts.

Small-area assessment of temperature-related mortality risks in England and Wales: a case time series analysis / Gasparrini, Antonio; Masselot, Pierre; Scortichini, Matteo; Schneider, Rochelle; Mistry, Malcolm N; Sera, Francesco; Macintyre, Helen L; Phalkey, Revati; Vicedo-Cabrera, Ana Maria. - In: THE LANCET. PLANETARY HEALTH. - ISSN 2542-5196. - ELETTRONICO. - 6:(2022), pp. 0-0. [10.1016/S2542-5196(22)00138-3]

Small-area assessment of temperature-related mortality risks in England and Wales: a case time series analysis

Sera, Francesco;
2022

Abstract

Epidemiological literature on the health risks associated with non-optimal temperature has mostly reported average estimates across large areas or specific population groups. However, the heterogeneous distribution of drivers of vulnerability can result in local differences in health risks associated with heat and cold. We aimed to analyse the association between ambient air temperature and all-cause mortality across England and Wales and characterise small scale patterns in temperature-related mortality risks and impacts.
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Gasparrini, Antonio; Masselot, Pierre; Scortichini, Matteo; Schneider, Rochelle; Mistry, Malcolm N; Sera, Francesco; Macintyre, Helen L; Phalkey, Revati; Vicedo-Cabrera, Ana Maria
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