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ON NEIGHBOURHOODS, COMMUNITIES AND INEQUALITIES, AND SOMETHING ON SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
In this issue we bring together various contributions that are informed one way or another by a focus on neighbourhood and community.
Health Impact Assessment is now becoming a mainstream tool for public health practitioners, and in this issue we carry a paper from London that describes its use in the Mayor of London’s transport policy aimed at making London a more liveable city. From North America, evidence from all the central cities with populations greater than 100 000 that inequality in income is the only social variable to be significantly associated with preventable or immediate death rates, but that that relation is very strong. And from Hong Kong and Japan, we have more pieces …