Xiaoqi Feng
Xiaoqi Feng
School of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of New South Wales
Verified email at unsw.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Exploring pathways linking greenspace to health: Theoretical and methodological guidance
I Markevych, J Schoierer, T Hartig, A Chudnovsky, P Hystad, ...
Environmental research 158, 301-317, 2017
Mental health benefits of neighbourhood green space are stronger among physically active adults in middle-to-older age: Evidence from 260,061 Australians
T Astell-Burt, X Feng, GS Kolt
Preventive Medicine, In press, 2013
Is neighborhood green space associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes? Evidence from 267,072 Australians
T Astell-Burt, X Feng, GS Kolt
Diabetes care 37 (1), 197-201, 2014
Do low-income neighbourhoods have the least green space? A cross-sectional study of Australia’s most populous cities
T Astell-Burt, X Feng, S Mavoa, HM Badland, B Giles-Corti
BMC Public Health 14 (1), 292, 2014
Health and the 2008 economic recession: evidence from the United Kingdom
T Astell-Burt, X Feng
PLoS One 8 (2), 2013
Does access to neighborhood green space promote a healthy duration of sleep? Novel findings from 259,319 Australians
T Astell-Burt, X Feng, GS Kolt
BMJ Open, In press, 2013
Greener neighborhoods, slimmer people; Evidence from 246 920 Australians
T Astell-Burt, X Feng, GS Kolt
International Journal of Obesity, 2013
Environmental risk factors for developing type 2 diabetes mellitus: a systematic review
T Dendup, X Feng, S Clingan, T Astell-Burt
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (1), 78, 2018
Green space is associated with walking and moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) in middle-to-older-aged adults: findings from 203 883 Australians in the 45 and Up Study
T Astell-Burt, X Feng, GS Kolt
British Journal of Sports Medicine, Online First [E-Pub], 2013
Geographical variation in diabetes prevalence and detection in China: multilevel spatial analysis of 98,058 adults
M Zhou, T Astell-Burt, Y Bi, X Feng, Y Jiang, Y Li, A Page, L Wang, Y Xu, ...
Diabetes care 38 (1), 72-81, 2015
Suicide by pesticide poisoning remains a priority for suicide prevention in China: Analysis of national mortality trends 2006–2013
A Page, S Liu, D Gunnell, T Astell-Burt, X Feng, L Wang, M Zhou
Journal of affective disorders 208, 418-423, 2017
The influence of neighbourhood green space on children’s physical activity and screen time: findings from the longitudinal study of Australian children
T Sanders, X Feng, PP Fahey, C Lonsdale, T Astell-Burt
International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity 12 (1), 126, 2015
Greener neighbourhoods, slimmer children? Evidence from 4423 participants aged 6 to 13 years in the longitudinal study of Australian children
T Sanders, X Feng, PP Fahey, C Lonsdale, T Astell-Burt
International Journal of Obesity 39 (8), 1224-1229, 2015
The growing fibroadenoma
LM Sanders, R Sara
Acta radiologica open 4 (4), 2047981615572273, 2015
Does rising crime lead to increasing distress? Longitudinal analysis of a natural experiment with dynamic objective neighbourhood measures
T Astell-Burt, X Feng, GS Kolt, B Jalaludin
Social science & medicine 138, 68-73, 2015
Propensity score weighting for addressing under-reporting in mortality surveillance: a proof-of-concept study using the nationally representative mortality data in China
K Guo, P Yin, L Wang, Y Ji, Q Li, D Bishai, S Liu, Y Liu, T Astell-Burt, ...
Population health metrics 13 (1), 16, 2015
Spatiotemporal variation and social determinants of suicide in China, 2006–2012: findings from a nationally representative mortality surveillance system
S Liu, A Page, P Yin, T Astell-Burt, X Feng, Y Liu, J Liu, L Wang, M Zhou
Psychological medicine 45 (15), 3259-3268, 2015
Area-level disparities of public open space: A geographic information systems analysis in metropolitan Melbourne
S Mavoa, MJ Koohsari, HM Badland, M Davern, X Feng, T Astell-Burt, ...
Urban Policy and Research 33 (3), 306-323, 2015
Neighbourhood green space and the odds of having skin cancer: multilevel evidence of survey data from 267072 Australians
T Astell-Burt, X Feng, GS Kolt
J Epidemiol Community Health 68 (4), 370-374, 2014
Reconnecting urban planning with health: a protocol for the development and validation of national liveability indicators associated with noncommunicable disease risk …
B Giles-Corti, HM Badland, S Mavoa, G Turrell, F Bull, B Boruff, C Pettit, ...
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