Deprivation indicators as predictors of life events 1981-1992 based on the UK ONS longitudinal study.
Study objective-To investigate the association between the level of social deprivation in electoral wards and various life events.
Life events include mortality, self reported long term illness, and for women : still-birth, underweight birth, birth while a teenager, and sole registered birth.
Associations with area deprivation are tested before and after allowing for levels of personal deprivation.
Design-Prospective census follow up using the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study.
Setting-England and Wales.
Participants-A random sample of more than 300 000 people enumerated at the 1981 census, and aged 10 to 64 in 1981.
Some analyses are necessarily restricted to certain age/sex groups.
Outcome measures-Several outcomes in the decade 1981-1992 are investigated : risk of premature death (before age 70, all cause), risk of long term limiting illness in 1991, and risk of inauspicious fertility outcomes in women.
Main results-Without adjusting for personal circumstances all outcomes, except risk of stillbirth, show a clear, significant, and approximately linear association with social deprivation of ward of residence in 1981.
Associations are much stronger for outcomes where a greater « social » component can be construed (teenage birth, sole registered birth) than for outcomes that are probably more physiologically determined (mortality, stillbirth, low birth weight). (...)
Mots-clés Pascal : Pauvreté, Statut socioéconomique, Privation, Mortalité, Morbidité, Poids naissance faible, Gestation, Adolescent, Homme, Maladie, Chronique, Autoperception, Epidémiologie, Pronostic, Prédicteur, Evolution, Royaume Uni, Europe, Etude longitudinale, Gestation pathologie, Prématurité, Nouveau né pathologie
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Poverty, Socioeconomic status, Deprivation, Mortality, Morbidity, Low birth weight, Pregnancy, Adolescent, Human, Disease, Chronic, Self perception, Epidemiology, Prognosis, Predictor, Evolution, United Kingdom, Europe, Follow up study, Pregnancy disorders, Prematurity, Newborn diseases
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Inist-CNRS - Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique
Cote : 98-0224176
Code Inist : 002B30A01A2. Création : 11/09/1998.