Daniel J Exeter
Daniel J Exeter
Associate Professor, School of Population Health, The University of Auckland
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Student engagement in very large classes: The teachers’ perspective
DJ Exeter, S Ameratunga, M Ratima, S Morton, M Dickson, D Hsu, ...
Studies in higher education 35 (7), 761-775, 2010
The quality of urban environments: mapping variation in access to community resources
K Witten, D Exeter, A Field
Urban studies 40 (1), 161-177, 2003
Cardiovascular disease risk prediction equations in 400 000 primary care patients in New Zealand: a derivation and validation study
R Pylypchuk, S Wells, A Kerr, K Poppe, T Riddell, M Harwood, D Exeter, ...
The Lancet 391 (10133), 1897-1907, 2018
Growing Up in New Zealand: A longitudinal study of New Zealand children and their families. Now We Are Eight.
S Morton, C Walker, S Gerritsen, A Smith, J Cha, A Bird, P Bullen, ...
The University of Auckland, 2024
The New Zealand Indices of Multiple Deprivation (IMD): A new suite of indicators for social and health research in Aotearoa, New Zealand
DJ Exeter, J Zhao, S Crengle, A Lee, M Browne
PloS one 12 (8), e0181260, 2017
The environment and physical activity: The influence of psychosocial, perceived and built environmental factors
R Maddison, SV Hoorn, Y Jiang, CN Mhurchu, D Exeter, E Dorey, ...
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 6, 1-10, 2009
Describing patterns of physical activity in adolescents using global positioning systems and accelerometry
R Maddison, Y Jiang, S Vander Hoorn, D Exeter, CN Mhurchu, E Dorey
Pediatric exercise science 22 (3), 392-407, 2010
Food swamps by area socioeconomic deprivation in New Zealand: a national study
Z Sushil, S Vandevijvere, DJ Exeter, B Swinburn
International journal of public health 62, 869-877, 2017
Cohort profile: the PREDICT cardiovascular disease cohort in New Zealand primary care (PREDICT-CVD 19)
S Wells, T Riddell, A Kerr, R Pylypchuk, C Chelimo, R Marshall, DJ Exeter, ...
International journal of epidemiology 46 (1), 22-22, 2017
How other countries use deprivation indices—and why the United States desperately needs one
RL Phillips, W Liaw, P Crampton, DJ Exeter, A Bazemore, KD Vickery, ...
Health Affairs 35 (11), 1991-1998, 2016
Rising premature mortality in the UK’s persistently deprived areas: Only a Scottish phenomenon?
P Norman, P Boyle, D Exeter, Z Feng, F Popham
Social science & medicine 73 (11), 1575-1584, 2011
Deprivation (im) mobility and cause-specific premature mortality in Scotland
DJ Exeter, PJ Boyle, P Norman
Social science & medicine 72 (3), 389-397, 2011
Does young adult suicide cluster geographically in Scotland?
DJ Exeter, PJ Boyle
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 61 (8), 731-736, 2007
Obesogenic retail food environments around New Zealand schools: a national study
S Vandevijvere, Z Sushil, DJ Exeter, B Swinburn
American journal of preventive medicine 51 (3), e57-e66, 2016
Inequalities in dental caries experience among 4‐year‐old New Zealand children
N Shackleton, JM Broadbent, S Thornley, BJ Milne, S Crengle, DJ Exeter
Community dentistry and oral epidemiology 46 (3), 288-296, 2018
Antidepressant dispensing trends in New Zealand between 2004 and 2007
D Exeter, E Robinson, A Wheeler
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 43 (12), 1131-1140, 2009
Ethnic, socioeconomic and geographical inequalities in road traffic injury rates in the Auckland region
J Hosking, S Ameratunga, D Exeter, J Stewart, A Bell
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 37 (2), 162-167, 2013
The politics of relative deprivation: A transdisciplinary social justice perspective
M Fu, DJ Exeter, A Anderson
Social Science & Medicine 133, 223-232, 2015
The creation of'consistent areas through time'(CATTs) in Scotland, 1981-2001
D Exeter, PJ Boyle, Z Feng, R Flowerdew, N Scheirloh
Office for National Statistics, 2005
Spatially explicit models for exploring COVID‐19 lockdown strategies
D O'Sullivan, M Gahegan, DJ Exeter, B Adams
Transactions in GIS 24 (4), 967-1000, 2020
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