study of deprivation in rural Northern Ireland.
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study of deprivation in rural Northern Ireland. by Eithne McNulty

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Published by The Author] in [S.l .
Written in English

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Thesis (M. Sc. (Social Policy, Planning and Administration)) - University of Ulster, 1994.

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The Paper begins with an age profile of Northern Ireland. The paper then provides summary information from the new Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measure (NIMDM) relating to the top 10 per cent of the most deprived SOAs in Northern Ireland at constituency level. The relative change in deprivation levels from the. the before housing costs measure from , with 21% of people in Northern Ireland in poverty compared to 15% in the Republic of Ireland. The specific issue of rural poverty in Northern Ireland was addressed by an earlier New Policy Institute research report published in File Size: 1MB.   This was a national study examining the association between area-level factors and rates of self-harm in Northern Ireland, using a multi-domain measure of deprivation. Employment, crime, education and health deprivation were all strongly associated with higher rates of by: 3. Observational cohort study: deprivation and access to anti-dementia drugs in the UK Claudia Cooper. 1. Northern Ireland and Wales, where prescribing was not related to deprivation quintile. Car ownership is included in the score but this may be a less useful deprivation index in urban compared with rural areas, illustrating the.

discussions that followed thus ensuring the study was grounded in the reality of rural deprivation. We would also like to thank the members of the Research Steering Group 1, the Rural Development Advisory Committee 2 and the Pobal staff who attended meetings and provided valuable input and the. The updated deprivation measures were released on 23rd November replacing the NIMDM as the official measure of deprivation in Northern Ireland and were awarded a prestigious Campion Award for Excellence in Official Statistics by the Royal Statistical Society and the UK Statistics Authority in . The Multiple Deprivation Measures report ranks each of Northern Ireland's electoral wards in terms of seven distinctive types of deprivation including income, employment, living environment. Northern Ireland is significantly better off than the Republic, according to a new index, which has mapped affluence and deprivation across the entire island for the first time.

1. Introduction. Socioeconomic deprivation and rurality are associated with variations in health outcomes. In the United Kingdom (UK), for general health conditions, all-cause mortality and life expectancy outcomes are more favourable in less deprived areas [,, ].]. “Rurality of residence” is a complicated concept evaluating urban versus rural habitation classified by higher to lower. Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measures MDM. Title: Deprivation - Rural Created Date: 12/5/ PM. Reading Time: 5 minutes Measures which show the spatial distribution of deprivation have been used in Northern Ireland since the s, and play a prominent role in terms of informing the targeting of resources to the most deprived areas in Northern Ireland.. The latest iteration in the series, namely the Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measure (NIMDM ) was released by the. 2: RURAL CONTEXT Older People in Ireland According to Census i, there were , people over the age of 65 years living in Ireland – accounting for just over 11 per cent of the total population. Of this number, , (42 per cent) older people were living in what the Census describes as rural areas and small towns ii.