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Health of people who travel to work: the effect of travel time and mode of transport on health: What have we learnt from the Kent and Medway health and lifestyle survey?

By Ann P. Palmer

Abstract

This is the first study of the health of people travelling to work. The paper describes a study from the 2001 Kent & Medway Health and Lifestyle Survey. It focusses on the health of people commuting to London and those working elsewhere who were travelling for more than 45 minutes

Topics: H1, HM
Publisher: Centre for Health Services Studies
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:kar.kent.ac.uk:5404

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