Prof Mel Bartley

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Name: Mel Bartley Email: m.bartley@ucl.ac.uk
Title: Prof Tel: 0044 207 6791707
Department: Epidemiology & Public Health Fax: 0044 20 7813 0242
Position: Emeritus Professor of Medical Sociology Address: 1-19 Torrington Place, , London, WC1E 7HB
Research Domain: Human Wellbeing, Populations & Lifelong Health Web Page: Personal Web Page

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Research Description

As Director of the ESRC Centre for Life Course Studies in Society and Health, I co-ordinate a scientific programme combining sociology, epidemiology, human biology, and statistics. We use all of the UK's open-access longitudinal data sets to investigate policy-related questions such as the longer term effects of breast feeding and parent-child relationships, the relationship between unemployment and health, and the influences on quality of life as people grow older. The Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at UCL is one of the very few places where such a cross-disciplinary programme could be undertaken as it has traditionally combined these areas of expertise, for example in the Whitehall II study, on which I also collaborate. My work on Whitehall II has included the relationship of psychological attachment style to career success in the Civil service and the extent to which income and social status influence the impact of heart disease on mental health and physical functioning.

Research Activities

Gender divisions in paid and unpaid labour

Health effects of social change in gender, work, and family across the life course.

Parental employment, domestic labour, family structure and child outcomes

Understanding the causes and consequences of health inequalities.

Unemployment and health

Education Description

Supervision of 3 PhD students in studies of health over the life course Postgraduate teaching in gender differences in health, health inequality, illness behaviour, cultural and behavioural models of aetiology.

UCL Collaborators

Dr Noriko Cable; Dr Anne Peasey; Prof Michael Marmot; Prof Diana Kuh; Prof Richard Watt; Dr Anne Mcmunn; Prof Andrew Steptoe

External Collaborators

Peggy Mcdonough; Professor Yvonne Kelly; Amanda Sacker; Diana Worts; Elizabeth Web

Publications

    2014

    • Plewis I, Bartley M (2014). Intra-generational social mobility and educational qualifications. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 36, 1 - 11. doi:10.1016/j.rssm.2013.10.001
    • Lacey RE, Bartley M, Pikhart H, Stafford M, Cable N (2014). Parental separation and adult psychological distress: an investigation of material and relational mechanisms. BMC Public Health, 14, 272 - . doi:10.1186/1471-2458-14-272
    • Cable N, Kelly Y, Bartley M, Sato Y, Sacker A (2014). Critical role of smoking and household dampness during childhood for adult phlegm and cough: a research example from a prospective cohort study in Great Britain.. BMJ Open, 4(4), e004807 - . doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2014-004807

    2013

    • Sacker A, Kelly Y, Cable N, Bartley M, Iacovou M (2013). Breast feeding and intergenerational social mobility: What are the mechanisms?. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 98(9), 666 - 671. doi:10.1136/archdischild-2012-303199
    • Flint E, Bartley M, Shelton N, Sacker A (2013). Do labour market status transitions predict changes in psychological well-being?. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, , - . doi:10.1136/jech-2013-202425
    • Kelly-Irving M, Dedieu D, Grosclaude P, Lang T, Delpierre C, Lepage B, Bartley M, Blane D (2013). Adverse childhood experiences and premature all-cause mortality. European Journal of Epidemiology, , 1 - 14. doi:10.1007/s10654-013-9832-9
    • Sacker A, Kelly Y, Iacovou M, Cable N, Bartley M (2013). Breast feeding and intergenerational social mobility: what are the mechanisms?. Arch Dis Child, , - . doi:10.1136/archdischild-2012-303199
    • Flint E, Shelton N, Bartley M, Sacker A (2013). Do local unemployment rates modify the effect of individual labour market status on psychological distress?. Health Place, 23C, 1 - 8. doi:10.1016/j.healthplace.2013.04.004
    • Hiyoshi A, Fukuda Y, Shipley MJ, Bartley M, Brunner EJ (2013). A new theory-based social classification in Japan and its validation using historically collected information.. Soc Sci Med, 87, 84 - 92. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2013.03.021
    • Cable N, Bartley M, Chandola T, Sacker A (2013). Friends are equally important to men and women, but family matters more for men's well-being. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 67(2), 166 - 171. doi:10.1136/jech-2012-201113
    • Harding S, Lenguerrand E, Costa G, Martikainen P, Tarkiainen L, Blane D, Akinwale B, Bartley M, D'Errico A (2013). Trends in mortality by labour market position around retirement ages in three European countries with different welfare regimes. International Journal of Public Health, 58(1), 99 - 108. doi:10.1007/s00038-012-0359-8
    • Wahrendorf M, Blane D, Bartley M, Dragano N, Siegrist J (2013). Working conditions in mid-life and mental health in older ages. Advances in Life Course Research, 18(1), 16 - 25. doi:10.1016/j.alcr.2012.10.004
    • Kumari M, Head J, Bartley M, Stansfeld S, Kivimaki M (2013). Maternal separation in childhood and diurnal cortisol patterns in mid-life: findings from the Whitehall II study.. Psychol Med, 43(3), 633 - 643. doi:10.1017/S0033291712001353
    • Kelly-Irving M, Dedieu D, Grosclaude P, Lang T, Delpierre C, Lepage B, Bartley M, Blane D (2013). Adverse childhood experiences and premature all-cause mortality. European Journal of Epidemiology, 28(9), 721 - 734. doi:10.1007/s10654-013-9832-9
    • Kelly-Irving M, Lepage B, Dedieu D, Lacey R, Cable N, Bartley M, Blane D, Grosclaude P, Lang T, Delpierre C (2013). Childhood adversity as a risk for cancer: findings from the 1958 British birth cohort study. BMC Public Health, 13(1), 767 - 767. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-767
    • Steele F, French R, Bartley M (2013). Adjusting for selection bias in longitudinal analyses using simultaneous equations modeling: The relationship between employment transitions and mental health. Epidemiology, 24(5), 703 - 711. doi:10.1097/EDE.0b013e31829d2479
    • Keurentjes JC, Nelissen RG, Blane D, Bartley M, Keurentjes JJB, Fiocco M (2013). Socio-Economic Position Has No Effect on Improvement in Health-Related Quality of Life and Patient Satisfaction in Total Hip and Knee Replacement: A Cohort Study. PLoS ONE, 8(3), - . doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0056785

    2012

    • Netuveli G, Blane D, Bartley M (2012). Resilience in the face of frailty. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, 22, 105 - 105.
    • Sacker A, Kelly Y, Bartley M, Iacovou M (2012). BREASTFEEDING AND SOCIAL MOBILITY: NEUROLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OR STRESS MECHANISMS?. JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH, 66, A38 - A38. doi:10.1136/jech-2012-201753.098
    • Bartley M (2012). Explaining health inequality: evidence from the UK.. Soc Sci Med, 74(5), 658 - 660. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2011.12.015
    • Bartley M, Kelly Y, Sacker A (2012). Early life financial adversity and respiratory function in midlife: A prospective birth cohort study. American Journal of Epidemiology, 175(1), 33 - 42. doi:10.1093/aje/kwr284
    • Wahrendorf M, Blane D, Bartley M, Dragano N, Siegrist J (2012). Working conditions in mid-life and mental health in older ages-Results from SHARELIFE. Advances in Life Course Research, , - .
    • Cable N, Bartley M, Chandola T, Sacker A (2012). Friends are equally important to men and women, but family matters more for men's well-being. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, , - .
    • Lacey RE, Bartley M, Pikhart H, Stafford M, Cable N, Coleman L (2012). Parental separation and adult psychological distress: evidence for the 'reduced effect' hypothesis?. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 3(3), 359 - 368.
    • Netuveli G, Bartley M (2012). Perception is Reality: Effect of Subjective Versus Objective Socio-economic Position on Quality of Life. Sociology, 46(6), 1208 - 1215. doi:10.1177/0038038512455963
    • Harding S, Lenguerrand E, Costa G, d'Errico A, Martikainen P, Tarkiainen L, Blane D, Akinwale B, Bartley M (2012). Trends in mortality by labour market position around retirement ages in three European countries with different welfare regimes. International Journal of Public Health, , 1 - 10.
    • Bartley M (2012). Economic inactivity and health.. BMJ, 344, e2858 - .

    2011

    • Flint E, Sacker A, Shelton N, Bartley M (2011). INVESTIGATING THE EFFECTS OF LABOUR MARKET POSITION ON MINOR PSYCHIATRIC MORBIDITY ACROSS THE BUSINESS CYCLE: LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS OF THE BRITISH HOUSEHOLD PANEL SURVEY, 1991-2007. J EPIDEMIOL COMMUN H, 65, - . doi:10.1136/jech.2011.143586.34
    • LACEY RE, Cable N, Stafford M, Bartley M, Pikhart H (2011). Childhood socio-economic position and adult smoking: are childhood psychosocial factors important? Evidence from a British birth cohort. European Journal of Public Health, 21(6), 725 - 731. doi:10.1093/eurpub/ckq179
    • Akinwale B, Lynch K, Wiggins R, Harding S, Bartley M, Blane D (2011). Work, permanent sickness and mortality risk: a prospective cohort study of England and Wales, 1971-2006. J EPIDEMIOL COMMUN H, 65(9), 786 - 792. doi:10.1136/jech.2009.099325
    • MCMUNN A, Kelly Y, Cable N, Bartley M (2011). Maternal employment and child socio-emotional behaviour in the United Kingdom: Longitudinal evidence from the UK Millennium Cohort Study.. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, , - . doi:10.1136/jech.2010.109553
    • MCMUNN A, Webb E, Netuveli G, Blane D, Bartley M (2011). Gender differences in attainment across generations from a historical perspective.. In Schoon I, Eccles J (Ed.), Gender Differences in Aspirations and Attainment: A life course perspective. (pp. - ). : .

    2010

    • Bartley M (2010). Unemployment, Stress, and Health. Encyclopedia of Stress, , 797 - 803. doi:10.1016/B978-012373947-6.00684-X
    • Lacey R, Cable N, Stafford M, Bartley M, Pikhart H (2010). CHILDHOOD SOCIOECONOMIC POSITION AND ADULT SMOKING: ARE CHILDHOOD COGNITIVE ABILITY, PSYCHOSOCIAL ADJUSTMENT AND PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IMPORTANT?. doi:10.1136/jech.2010.120477.22
    • Bartley M, Sacker A, Kelly Y (2010). EARLY LIFE ORIGINS OF INEQUALITY IN RESPIRATORY FUNCTION IN MID-LIFE. EPIDEMIOL PREV, 34(5-6), 147 - 147.
    • McMunn A, Kelly Y, Cable N, Bartley M (2010). MATERNAL EMPLOYMENT AND CHILD SOCIO-EMOTIONAL BEHAVIOUR: LONGITUDINAL EVIDENCE FROM THE MILLENNIUM COHORT STUDY. J EPIDEMIOL COMMUN H, 64, A32 - A33. doi:10.1136/jech.2010.120956.82
    • Lacey R, Bartley M, Pikhart H, Cable N, Stafford M (2010). PARENTAL SEPARATION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS IN EARLY ADULTHOOD: HAS THE EFFECT REDUCED OVER TIME? EVIDENCE FROM TWO BRITISH BIRTH COHORT STUDIES. doi:10.1136/jech.2010.120956.10
    • Bartley M, Ferrie J (2010). Do we need to worry about the health effects of unemployment?. J Epidemiol Community Health, 64(1), 5 - 6. doi:10.1136/jech.2009.089797
    • Kelly Y, McMunn A, Bartley M, Cable N, Sacker A, Montgomery S (2010). DO MUM AND DAD GET ALONG? FAMILY CONFLICT AND HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD: FINDINGS FROM THE UK MILLENNIUM COHORT STUDY. INT J BEHAV MED, 17, 308 - 309.
    • Cable N, Bartley M, McMunn A, Kelly Y (2010). GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE EFFECT OF BREAST FEEDING ON ADULT PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING. INT J BEHAV MED, 17, 319 - 319.
    • Cable N, Kelly Y, McMunn A, Bartley M (2010). MATERNAL EMPLOYMENT AND CHILD SOCIO-EMOTIONAL BEHAVIOR: LONGITUDINAL EVIDENCE FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM. INT J BEHAV MED, 17, 236 - 236.
    • Panico L, Bartley M, Kelly Y, McMunn A, Sacker A (2010). Changes in Family Structure in Early Childhood in the Millennium Cohort Study. Population Trends, 142, 78 - 92.
    • Bartley M, Mitchell R, Blane D, Schoon I (2010). Resilience as an asset for healthy development. Health Assets in a Global Context: Theory, Methods, Action, , 101 - 115. doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-5921-8_6
    • Montgomery SM, Osika W, Brus O, Bartley M (2010). CHILDHOOD HEARING AND ADULT OBESITY. INT J BEHAV MED, 17, 33 - 33.

    2009

    • Sacker A, Head J, Gimeno D, Bartley M (2009). Social Inequality in Physical and Mental Health Comorbidity Dynamics. PSYCHOSOM MED, 71(7), 763 - 770. doi:10.1097/PSY.0b013e3181b1e45e
    • Raine R, Wong W, Ambler G, Petersen I, Hardoon S, Morris R (2009). Sociodemographic variations in the contribution of secondary drug prevention to stroke survival at middle and older ages: cohort study. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.), 338, b1279 - . doi:10.1136/bmj.b1279
    • Raine R, Bartley M, Ambler G, Hardoon S, Petersen I, Morris R, Blane D, Wong W (2009). Sociodemographic variations in the contribution of secondary drug prevention to stroke survival at middle and older ages: Cohort study. BMJ (Online), 338(7703), 1122 - 1126. doi:10.1136/bmj.b1279
    • Wiggins RD, Akinwale B, Lynch K, Harding S, Bartley M, Blane D (2009). LABOUR MARKET POSITION AND HEALTH AT OLDER AGES IN ENGLAND AND WALES, 1971-2001. GERONTOLOGIST, 49, 19 - 19.
    • Bartley M (2009). Promoting social mobility Not just down to individuals. BRIT MED J, 339, - . doi:10.1136/bmj.b3857
    • Brunner EJ, Jones PJS, Friel S, Bartley M (2009). Fish, human health and marine ecosystem health: policies in collision. International Journal of Epidemiology, 38(1), 93 - 100. doi:10.1093/ije/dyn157

    2008

    • McMunn A, Kelly Y, Bartley M (2008). Lone parenthood, material deprivation and child emotional development in the Millennium Cohort Study.
    • Shaw RJ, Sacker A, Bartley M (2008). Resilience to unemployment's effects on health. J EPIDEMIOL COMMUN H, 62, A33 - A33.
    • Schoon I, Bartley M (2008). The role of human capability and resilience. PSYCHOLOGIST, 21(1), 24 - 27.
    • Cable N, Sacker A, Bartley M (2008). The effect of employment on psychological health in mid-adulthood: findings from the 1970 British Cohort Study.. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 62(5), e10 - .
    • Stansfeld S, Head J, Bartley M, Fonagy P (2008). Social position, early deprivation and the development of attachment. SOC PSYCH PSYCH EPID, 43(7), 516 - 526. doi:10.1007/s00127-008-0330-4
    • Sacker A, Head J, Bartley M (2008). Impact of coronary heart disease on health functioning in an aging population: Are there differences according to socioeconomic position?. PSYCHOSOM MED, 70(2), 133 - 140. doi:10.1097/PSY.0b01333181642ef5
    • Kelly Y, Panico L, Bartley M, Marmot M, Nazroo J, Sacker A (2008). Why does birthweight vary among ethnic groups in the UK? Findings from the Millennium Cohort Study.. Journal of Public Health, , - . doi:10.1093/pubmed/fdn057

    2007

    • Garcia AM, Bartley M, Alvarez-Dardet C (2007). Engendering epidemiology. J EPIDEMIOL COMMUN H, 61, 1 - 2. doi:10.1136/jech.2007.069658
    • Bartley M, Plewis I (2007). Increasing social mobility: an effective policy to reduce health inequalities. J ROY STAT SOC A STA, 170, 469 - 481.
    • Blane D, Netuveli G, Bartley M (2007). Does quality of life at older ages vary with socio-economic position?. Sociology, 41(4), 717 - 726. doi:10.1177/0038038507078927
    • Panico L, Bartley M, Marmot M, Nazroo J, Kelly Y (2007). Ethnic variation in childhood asthma and wheezing illnesses: findings from the Millennium Cohort Study. International Journal of Epidemiology, , - . doi:10.1093/ije/dym089
    • Bartley M, Head J, Stansfeld S (2007). Is attachment style a source of resilience against health inequalities at work?. Soc Sci Med, 64(4), 765 - 775. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2006.09.033

    2006

    • McMunn AM, Bartley M, Kuh D (2006). Life course social roles, women's health in mid-life and agency as quality. Social Science and Medicine, 63(6), 1561 - 1572. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2006.03.039
    • McMunn AM, Bartley M, Hardy R, Kuh D (2006). Life course social roles and women's health in mid-life: causation or selection?. Epidemiology and Community Health, 60(6), 484 - 489. doi:10.1136/jech.2005.042473
    • Sacker A, Wiggins R, Bartley M (2006). Time and place: putting individual health into context. A multilevel analysis of the British household panel survey, 1991?2001. Health and Place, 12(3), 279 - 290.
    • Bartley M, Bobak M, Marmot M (2006). Patterns and trends in inequalities in health: an international phenomenon. In Killoran A, Swann C, Kelly MP (Ed.), Public health evidence: tackling health inequalities (pp. 23 - 40). : Oxford University Press.
    • Panico L, Bartley M, Marmot M, Nazroo J, Sacker A, Kelly Y (2006). Ethnic Variation in Childhood Asthma and Wheezing Illnesses:.

    2005

    • Nicolau B, Marcenes W, Bartley M, Sheiham A (2005). Associations between socio-economic circumstances at two stages of life and adolescents’ oral health status. Journal of Public Health Dentistry, 65, 14 - 20.
    • Sacker A, Clarke P, Wiggins RD, Bartley M (2005). Social dynamics of health inequalities: a growth curve analysis of aging and self assessed health in the British household panel survey 1991-2001. Epidemiology and Community Health, 59(6), 495 - 501. doi:10.1136/jech.2004.026278
    • Bartley M, Calderwood L, Jayaweera H, Plewis I, Ward K (2005). Children's origins. In Dex S, Joshi H (Ed.), Children of the 21st Century (pp. 25 - 71). : Policy Press.
    • Bartley M, Ferrie J, Montgomery SM (2005). Health and labour market disadvantage: unemployment, non-employment and job insecurity. In Marmot M, Wilkinson R (Ed.), Social Determinants of Health (pp. - ). : Oxford University Press.
    • McMunn A, Bartley M, Kuh D (2005). Life course social roles, women's health in middle age and a theory of normative identity.
    • Bartley M (2005). Job insecurity and its effect on health. Epidemiology and Community Health, 59, 718 - 719.
    • Chandola T, Clarke P, Wiggins RD, Bartley M (2005). Who you live with and where you live: setting the context for health using multiple membership multilevel models. Epidemiology and Community Health, 59, 170 - 175.
    • Bartley M, Sacker A, Schoon I, Kelly MP, Carmona C (2005). Work, non-work, job satisfaction and psychological health. Evidence review.
    • Mitchell R, Fowkes G, Blane D, Bartley M (2005). High rates of ischaemic heart disease in Scotland are not explained by conventional risk factors. Epidemiology and Community Health, 59(7), 565 - 567.
    • Bartley M (2005). Health Inequality: an introduction to theories, concepts and methods.
    • Kunst AE, Bos V, Lahelma E, Bartley M, Lissau I, Regidor E, Mielck A, Cardano M, Dalstra JAA, Geurts JJM, Helmert U, Lennartsson C, Ramm J, Spadea T, Stronegger WJ, Mackenbach JP (2005). Trends in socioeconomic inequalities in self-assessed health in 10 European countries. International Journal of Epidemiology, 34, 295 - 305.

    2004

    • Bartley M, Martikainen P, Shipley M, Marmot M (2004). Gender differences in the relationship of partner's social class to behavioural risk factors and social support in the Whitehall II study. Social Science and Medicine, 59(9), 1926 - 1936. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2004.03.002
    • Chandola TP, Martikainen P, Bartley M, Lahelma E, Marmot M, Michizaku S, Nasermoaddeli A, Kagamimori S (2004). Does conflict between home and work explain the effect of multiple roles on mental health? a comparative study of Finland, Japan, and the UK. International Journal of Epidemiology, 33(4), 884 - 893.
    • Stafford M, Bartley M, Boreham R, Thomas R, Wilkinson R, Marmot M (2004). Neighbourhood social cohesion and health: investigating associations and possible mechanisms. In Morgan A, Swann C (Ed.), Social Capital for Health. Issues of definition, measurement and links to health (pp. - ). : Health Development Agency.
    • Kelly YJ, Bartley M, Schoon I, Hope S (2004). Parent health. In (Ed.), Millennium Cohort Study: First Survey: A User's Guide to Initial Findings (pp. - ). : Centre for Longitudinal Studies, University of London.
    • Hallqvist J, Lynch J, Bartley M, Lang T, Blane D (2004). Can we disentangle life course processes of accumulation, critical period and social mobility? An analysis of disadvantaged socio-economic positions and myocardial infarction in the Stockholm Heart Epidemiology Program. SOC SCI MED, 58(8), 1555 - 1562. doi:10.1016/S0277-9536(03)00344-7
    • McMunn A, Kuh D, Bartley M (2004). Social Roles and Women's Health: need satisfaction or normative satisfaction?.
    • Chandola T, Head J, Bartley M (2004). Socio-demographic predictors of quitting smoking: How important are household factors?. Addiction, 99(6), 770 - 777.
    • Chandola T, Kuper H, Singh-Manoux A, Bartley M, Marmot M (2004). The effect of control at home on CHD events in the Whitehall II study: gender differences in psychosocial domestic pathways to social inequalities in CHD. Social Science and Medicine, 58(8), 1501 - 1509.
    • Bartley M, Sacker A, Clarke P (2004). Employment status, employment conditions, and limiting illness: prospective evidence from the British Household Panel Survey 1991-2001. Epidemiology and Community Health, 58, 501 - 506. doi:10.1136/jech.2003.009878
    • Wiggins RD, Schofield P, Sacker A, Head J, Bartley M (2004). Social position and minor psychiatric morbidity over time in the British Household Panel Survey 1991-1998. Epidemiology and Community Health, 58, 779 - 787.

    2003

    • Nicolau B, Marcenes W, Bartley M, Sheiham A (2003). A life course approach to assessing causes of dental caries experience: The relationship between biological, behavioural, socioeconomic and psychological conditions and caries in adolescents. Caries Research, 37, 319 - 326.
    • Bartley M (2003). Health inequality: An introduction to concepts, theories and methods.
    • Chandola T, Bartley M, Sacker A, Jenkinson C, Marmot MG (2003). Health selection in the Whitehall II Study, UK. Social Science and Medicine, 56, 2059 - 2072.
    • Sacker A, Wiggins RD, Clarke P, Bartley M (2003). Making sense of sympton checklists: a latent class approach to the first 9 years of the British Household Panel Survey. Journal of Public Health Medicine, 25(3), 215 - 222.
    • Stafford M, Bartley M, Sacker A, Marmot MG, Wilkinson R, Boreham R, Thomas R (2003). Measuring the social environment: social cohesion and material deprivation in English and Scottish neighbourhoods. Environment and Planning A, 35(8), 1459 - 1475. doi:10.1068/a35257
    • Schoon I, Sacker A, Bartley M (2003). Socio-economic adversity and psychosocial adjustment: a developmental-contextual perspective. Social Science and Medicine, 57, 1001 - 1015.
    • McMunn A, Kuh D, Bartley M (2003). Social Roles and Women's Health: need satisfaction or normative satisfaction?.
    • Bartley M (2003). Commentary: Relating social structure and health.. Int J Epidemiol, 32(6), 958 - 960.
    • Wadsworth MEJ, Butterworth S, Montgomery S, Ehlin A, Bartley M (2003). Health. In Ferri E, Bynner J, Wadsworth MEJ (Ed.), Changing Britain, Changing Lives (pp. 207 - 237). : Institute of Education.
    • Bartley M (2003). Health inequality and societal institutions. Social Theory and Health, 1, 108 - 129.
    • Chandola T, Bartley M, Wiggins R, Schofield P (2003). Social inequalities in health by individual and household measures of social position in a cohort of healthy people. Epidemiology and Community Health, 57, 56 - 62.

    2002

    • Martikainen P, Bartley M, Lahelma E (2002). Psychosocial determinants of health in social epidemiology. INT J EPIDEMIOL, 31(6), 1091 - 1093.
    • Bartley M, Plewis I (2002). Accumulated labour market disadvantage and limiting long-term illness: data from the 1971?1991 Office for National Statistics' Longitudinal study. International Journal of Epidemiology, 31(2), 336 - 341.
    • Stafford M, Bartley M, Wilkinson RG, et A (2002). Geographical inequalities in health - can neighbourhood social cohesion help explain them?.
    • Stafford M, Marmot M, Bartley M, et A (2002). Healthy neighbourhoods: investigating the role of social cohesion.
    • Wiggins RD, Joshi H, Bartley M, Gleave S, Lynch K, Cullis A (2002). Place and personal circumstances in a multilevel account of women's long-term illness. Social Science and Medicine, 2002(54), 5 - 827.
    • Wiggins RD, Joshi H, Bartley M, Gleave S, Lynch K, Cullis A (2002). Place and personal circumstances in a multilevel account of women's long-term illness. Social Science and Medicine, 54(5), 827 - 838. doi:10.1016/S0277-9536(01)00112-5
    • Bartley M, Sacker A, Schoon I (2002). Social and economic trajectories and women's health. In Kuh D, Hardy R (Ed.), Lifecourse Approach to Women's Health (pp. 233 - 248). : Oxfort University Press.
    • Marmot MG, Bartley M (2002). Social class coronary heart disease. In Stansfeld S, Marmot MG (Ed.), Stress and the Heart (pp. - ). : BMJ Books.
    • Sacker A, Schoon I, Bartley M (2002). Social inequality in educational achievement and psychosocial adjustment throughout childhood: magnitude and mechanisms. Social Science and Medicine, 55, 863 - 880.
    • Mitchell R, Blane D, Bartley M (2002). Elevated risk of high blood pressure: climate and the inverse housing law. International Journal of Epidemiology, 31, 831 - 838.

    2001

    • Stafford M, Bartley M, Mitchell R, Marmot M (2001). Characteristics of individuals and characteristics of areas: investigating their influence on health in the Whitehall II Study. Health and Place, 7, 117 - 129.
    • Sacker A, Bartley M, Firth D, Fitzpatrick R (2001). Dimensions of social inequality in the health of women in England: occupational, material and behavioural pathways. Social Science and Medicine, 52, 763 - 781. doi:10.1016/S0277-9536(00)00176-3
    • Sacker A, Bartley M, Firth D, Fitzpatrick R, Marmot M (2001). The relationship between job strain and coronary heart disease: evidence from an English sample of the working male population. Psychological Medicine, 31, 279 - 290.
    • Sacker A, Bartley M, Schoon I (2001). Sources of bias in special needs provision in mainstream primary schools: Evidence from two British cohort studies. European Journal of Special Needs Education, 16(3), 259 - 276. doi:10.1080/08856250110074409
    • Sacker A, Schoon I, Bartley M (2001). Sources of bias in special needs provision in mainstream primary schools: evidence from two British cohort studies. European Journal of Special needs Education, 2001(16), 259 - 276.
    • Bartley M, Ferrie J (2001). Glossary: unemployment, job insecurity and health. Epidemiology and Community Health, 55(11), 776 - 781.

    2000

    • Bartley M, Sacker A, Firth D, Fitzpatrick R, Lynch K (2000). Towards explaining health inequalities. BRIT MED J, 321(7266), 962 - 962.
    • Sacker A, Bartley M, Firth D, Fitzpatrick R (2000). Comparing health inequality in men and women - Reply. BRIT MED J, 321(7266), 962 - 962.
    • Bartley MS (2000). Towards explaining health inequalities. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.), 321, 961 - 962.
    • Bartley MF (2000). Social distribution of cardiovascular disease risk factors: change among men in England 1984-1993. Epidemiology and Community Health, 54, 806 - 814.
    • Bartley MM (2000). Social class and power relation. In Schnall PB (Ed.), The Workplace and Cardiovascular Disease (pp. 73 - 78). : .
    • Macfarlane A, Bartley M, Kerrison S, Head J (2000). Looking at health inequalities: social class, ethnic origin and people with disablities. In Kerrison S, Macfarlane A (Ed.), Official health statistics: an unofficial guide (pp. 78 - 100). : Arnold.
    • Stafford M, Marmot M, Bartley M, Thomas R, Boreham R (2000). Explaining area variations in health: is there a role for social capital?.
    • Sacker AF (2000). Comparing health inequality in men and women: prospective study of mortality 1986-96. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.), 320, 1303 - 1307.
    • Blane D, Mitchell R, Bartley M (2000). The "inverse housing law" and respiratory health. J EPIDEMIOL COMMUN H, 54(10), 745 - 749.
    • Bartley MS (2000). Dimensions of inequality and the health of women. In Graham H (Ed.), Understanding Health Inequalities (pp. - ). : Open University Press.

    1999

    • Bartley M, Sacker A, Firth D, Fitzpatrick R (1999). Social position, social roles and women's health in England: changing relationships 1984-1993.. Soc Sci Med, 48(1), 99 - 115.
    • Bartley M (1999). Measuring women's social position: the importance of theory. J EPIDEMIOL COMMUN H, 53(10), 601 - 602.
    • Bartley M, Sacker A, Firth D, Fitzpatrick R (1999). Understanding social variation in cardiovascular risk factors in women and men: the advantage of theoretically based measures.. Soc Sci Med, 49(6), 831 - 845.
    • Bartley M, Ferrie J, Montgomery S (1999). Living in a high unemployment economy: understanding the consequences. In Marmot M, Wilkinson R (Ed.), Social determinants of health (pp. - ). : OUP.

    1998

    • Blane D, Davey S, Bartley M (1998). Social variations in health. In Field D (Ed.), Medical sociology: a text book for advanced studies (pp. - ). : Routledge.
    • Montgomery SM, Cook DG, Bartley M, Wadsworth MEJ (1998). Unemployment, cigarette smoking, alcohol consumption and body weight in young British men. European Journal of Public Health, 2(1), 21 - 27.
    • Bartley M, Blane D, Davey S (1998). Beyond the Black Report. Sociology of Health and Illness, 20, 563 - 577.
    • Blane D, Bartley M, Davey S (1998). Disease aetiology and materialist explanations of socioeconomic mortality differentials: a research note. European Journal of Public Health, 8(3), 259 - 260.
    • Wiggins RD, Bartley M, Gleave S, Joshi H, Lynch K, Mitchell R (1998). Limiting long term illness: a question of where you live or who you are? A multilevel analysis of the 1971-1991 ONS longitudinal survey. Risk Decision and Policy, 3, 181 - 198.
    • Bartley M (1998). Measuring inequalities in health. In Dorling D, Simpson L (Ed.), Statistics in Society (pp. - ). : Edward Arnold.

    1997

    • Bartley M, Blane D, Montgomery S (1997). Health and the life course: why safety nets matter.. BMJ, 314(7088), 1194 - 1196.
    • Bartley MJ, Plewis I (1997). Does health-selective mobility account for socioeconomic differences in health? Evidence from England and Wales, 1971 to 1991. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 38(4), 376 - 386.
    • Montgomery SM, Bartley MJ, Wilkinson RG (1997). Family conflict and slow growth. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 77(4), 326 - 330.
    • Bartley MJ (1997). Review: The sociology of health promotion by Bunton, R. Nettleton,S. and Burrows,R. Social History of Medicine, 10(3), 496 - 497.
    • Fitzpatrick R, Bartley MJ, Dodgson B, Firth D, Lynch K (1997). Social variations in health: relationship of mortality to the interim revised social classification for the 2001 census. In Rose D, O'Reilly K (Ed.), Constructing classes (pp. - ). : ONS/ESRC.
    • Bartley M, Blane D, Montgomery S (1997). Socioeconomic determinants of health: Health and the life course: why safety nets matter. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.), 314(7088), pp.1194 - 1196.
    • Kuh DJL, Power C, Blane D, Bartley MJ (1997). Social pathways between childhood and adult health. In Kuh DJL, Ben-Shlomo Y (Ed.), A life course approach to chronic disease epidemiology: tracing the origins of ill-health from early to adult life (pp. - ). : O.U.P..
    • Blane D, Bartley MJ, Davey S (1997). Disease aetiology and materialist explanations of socioeconomic mortality differentials. The European Journal of Public Health, 7(4), 385 - 391.
    • Bartley M, Blane D, Montgomery S (1997). Socioeconomic determinants of health - Health and the life course: Why safety nets matter .4.. BRIT MED J, 314(7088), 1194 - 1196.
    • Bartley MJ, Davey S, Blane D (1997). Vital comparisons: the social construction of mortality measurement. In Elston MA (Ed.), The sociology of medical science and technology (pp. - ). : Blackwells.
    • Montgomery SM, Cook DG, Bartley MJ, Wadsworth MEJ (1997). Unemployment, cigarette smoking, alcohol consumption and body weight in young British men. The European Journal of Public Health, 8(1), 21 - 27.

    1996

    • Montgomery SM, Bartley MJ, Cook DG, Wadsworth MEJ (1996). Health and social precursors of unemployment in young men in Great Britain. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 50(4), 415 - 422.
    • Blane D, Power C, Bartley M (1996). Illness behaviour and the measurement of class differentials in morbidity. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A: Statistics in Society, 159(1), 77 - 92.
    • Bartley M, Owen C (1996). Relation between socioeconomic status, employment, and health during economic change, 1973-93.. BMJ, 313(7055), 445 - 449.
    • Bartley M (1996). Unemployment and health selection.. Lancet, 348(9032), 904 - . doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(05)65331-7

    1994

    • BARTLEY M, POWER C, BLANE D, SMITH GD, SHIPLEY M (1994). BIRTH-WEIGHT AND LATER SOCIOECONOMIC DISADVANTAGE - EVIDENCE FROM THE 1958 BRITISH COHORT STUDY. BRIT MED J, 309(6967), 1475 - 1478.

    1991

    • Smith GD, Bartley M, Balne D (1991). Black on class and health: A reply to strong. Journal of Public Health, 13(4), 350 - 357.

    1990

    • Bartley M, Fagin L (1990). Hospital admissions before and after shipyard closure.. Br J Psychiatry, 156, 421 - 424.
    • Smith GD, Bartley M, Blane D (1990). The Black report on socioeconomic inequalities in health 10 years on. British Medical Journal, 301(6748), 373 - 377.
    • Blane D, Smith GD, Bartley M (1990). Social class differences in years of potential life lost: Size, trends, and principal causes. British Medical Journal, 301(6749), 429 - 432.

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