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Title
Socioeconomic differences in associations between living in a 20-min neighbourhood and diet, physical activity and self-rated health : cross-sectional findings from ProjectPLAN
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Abstract
The 20-min neighbourhood (20MN) concept aims to enable residents to meet daily needs using resources within a 20-min trip from home noting that there is no single definition of what services and amenities are required for daily needs nor what modes of transport constitute a 20 min trip. Whether 20MNs promote better health and whether associations differ by socio-economic status (SES) is unknown. Using cross-sectional data from adults randomly sampled in 2018-19 from Melbourne or Adelaide, Australia, we examined whether associations be-tween neighbourhood type (20MN/non-20MN) and diet, physical activity or self-rated health vary according to individual-or area-level SES. We found no consistent patterns of interactions. The results do not consistently support the often assumed belief that 20MNs support more healthful behaviour and that these relationships vary by SES.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Health and place. - London
Publication
London : 2023
ISSN
1353-8292
DOI
10.1016/J.HEALTHPLACE.2023.103119
Volume/pages
84 (2023) , p. 1-12
Article Reference
103119
ISI
001138021500001
Pubmed ID
37742399
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The author-created version that incorporates referee comments and is the accepted for publication version Available from 22.09.2024
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Creation 01.02.2024
Last edited 08.02.2024
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