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Dr Xiaoqi Feng

Xiaoqi Feng Photo

 

Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology, School of Health and Society
Co-Director, Population Wellbeing and Environment Research Lab (PowerLab)
PhD, MLitt, B.Sc. Hons

EMAIL: xiaoqi_feng@uow.edu.au
PHONE: +61 2 4221 5713

 

 

BACKGROUND

Dr Xiaoqi Feng’s research and teaching is multidisciplinary and policy driven, leveraging synergies between public health, geography and economics to enhance understandings of health and wellbeing. She is particularly interested in children’s environmental health and uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and multilevel models to analyse sources of epidemiological, spatial and administrative data. She has earned over AUD$4 million in research funding, including leading roles on grants from the National Health and Medical Research Council, the National Heart Foundation and Horticultural Innovation Australia. Dr Feng is highly collaborative with an international professional network including scientists based at the Australia, the United States, Germany, Sweden, Spain, the United Kingdom, Brazil and China. She works with policy makers including Diabetes NSW, Western Sydney Local Health District, The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre and the China Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Dr Feng is an external referee for the UK’s National Institute of Health Research and fulfils several governance roles in the University of Wollongong as member of the Faculty Research and International Committees, Honours coordinator and Co-Director of the Population Wellbeing and Environment Research Lab (PowerLab). She encourages potential candidates for PhD studies and postdoctoral research in social epidemiology to contact her via email above.

RESEARCH FUNDING (SELECTED)

  • AUD$3.3M: Chief Investigator A on a strategic partnership grant with Horticultural Innovation Australia, to conduct research on green space and health across the lifecourse (2016-2021)
  • AUD$714K: Chief Investigator B on a project grant funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council on diabetes care and cardiovascular disease prevention (2016-2019)
  • AUD$75K: Chief Investigator B on a Vanguard grant funded by the National Heart Foundation of Australia on the relationship between social support and preventable hospitalisations (2017-2018)
  • AUD$150K: Chief Investigator A on a postdoctoral fellowship funded by the National Heart Foundation to study neighbourhood effects, diabetes care and cardiovascular health (2016-2018)

AWARDS AND ESTEEM INDICATORS (SELECTED)

  • Winner of the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Research: Emerging Researcher (2017)
  • Nomination for UOW Outstanding Contribution to Teaching and Learning Award (OCTAL Award) by students and colleagues in the University of Wollongong (2017)
  • Named a ‘Woman of Impact’ by the University of Wollongong (2016)
  • Invited keynote speech at the 17th National Street Tree Symposium organised by TREENET (2016)
  • Invited keynote speeches at Parks and Leisure Australia NSW and Queensland conferences (2016)
  • Winner of the Faculty of Social Sciences Early Career Researcher of the Year (2016)
  • Winner of the Vice Chancellor’s Award: Outstanding Achievement in Research Partnership (2016, with Western Sydney Diabetes and in collaboration with A/Prof Thomas Astell-Burt)
  • Winner of the Excellence and Innovation in Public Health Early Career Team Research, The Council of Academic Public Health Institutions Australia (CAPHIA), 2014

PHD SUPERVISION

  • 2017 – now: Ms Stephanie Clingan | primary supervisor
  • 2017 – now: Mr Tashi Dendup | primary supervisor
  • 2016 – now: Mr Faysal Shuvo | co-supervisor
  • 2016 – now: Ms Zhiguang Zhang | co-supervisor
  • 2016 – now: Ms Renin Toms | co-supervisor
  • 2016 – now: Ms Ramya Walsan | co-supervisor
  • 2015 – now: Mr Hamid Moayyed | co-supervisor
  • 2012 – 2016: Mr Taren Sanders | co-supervisor

HONOURS RESEARCH STUDENT SUPERVISION

  • 2017 Ms Grace Norton (Thesis submission due by Oct 2017)|primary supervisor
  • 2016 Ms Zoe Cartwright (Completed with a Distinction grade)|primary supervisor

PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles

  1. Feng X, Astell-Burt T. Residential green space quantity and quality and child wellbeing: a longitudinal study. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Accepted 10/05/2017. (Impact Factor: 5.590)
  2. Feng X, Astell-Burt T. Do greener areas promote more equitable child health? Health and Place.2017. 46:267-273 (Impact Factor: 3.0).
  3. Zhu Y, Feng X**, Li H, Huang Y, Chen J, Xu G. A randomized controlled trial to evaluate the impact of a geo-specific poster compared to a general poster for effecting change in perceived threat and intention to avoid drowning ‘hotspots’ among children of migrant workers: evidence from Ningbo, China. BMC Public Health. 2017. 17(1):530. (Impact Factor: 2.943)
  4. Feng X, Astell-Burt T. Is Neighborhood Green Space Protective against Associations between Child Asthma, Neighborhood Traffic Volume and Perceived Lack of Area Safety? Multilevel Analysis of 4447 Australian Children. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.2017. 14(5). pii: E543 (Impact Factor: 2.035).
  5. Markevych I, Schoierer J, Hartig T, Chudnovsky A, Hystad P, Dzhambov AM, de Vries S, Triguero-Mas M, Brauer M, Nieuwenhuisen MJ, Lupp G, Richardson EA, Astell-Burt T, Dimitrova D, Feng X, Sadeh M, Standl M, Heinrich J, Fuertes E. Exploring pathways linking greenspace to health: Theoretical and methodological guidance. Environmental Research. 2017. 158:301-317. (Impact Factor: 4.315)
  6. Feng X, Astell-Burt T. The Relationship between Neighbourhood Green Space and Child Mental Wellbeing Depends upon Whom You Ask: Multilevel Evidence from 3083 Children Aged 12–13 Years. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2017. 14(3), 235. (Impact Factor: 2.035).
  7. Feng X, Feng Z, Astell-Burt T. Perceived public transport infrastructure modifies the association between public transport use and mental health: multilevel analyses from the United Kingdom. PLoS One. Accepted 13/06/2017 (Impact Factor: 3.234)
  8. Astell-Burt T, Zhang, M. Feng, X. Wang, L. Li, Y. Page, A. Zhou, M. Wang, L. Geographical inequality in tobacco control in China: multilevel evidence from 98,058 participants. Nicotine and Tobacco Research. Accepted: 04/05/2017. (Impact Factor: 3.811).
  9. Feng X, Wilson A. Neighbourhood socioeconomic inequality and gender differences in body mass index: the role of unhealthy behaviours. Preventive Medicine. 2017. 101:171-177. (Impact Factor: 5.590).
  10. Zhou M, Feng X**, Yong J, Zhang M, Page A, Astell-Burt T, Zhao W. Lifting the lid on geographic complexity in the relationship between body mass index and education in China. Health and Place. 2017. 46:1-5. (Impact Factor: 3.0).
  11. Feng X, Astell-Burt T. Impact of a type 2 diabetes diagnosis on mental health, quality of life and social contacts: a longitudinal study. BMJ Open Diabetes Research and Care. 2017. 7(5): e000198. (Impact Factor: currently tracking).
  12. Page A, Liu S, Gunnell D, Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Wang L, Zhou M. Suicide by pesticide poisoning remains a priority for suicide prevention in China: analysis of national mortality trends 2006-2013. Journal of Affective Disorders. 2017. 15(208): 418-423. (Impact Factor: 3.996).
  13. Han L, Liu Y, Wang C, Tang L, Wen Q, Duan D, Lu N, Xu G, Wang K, Zhang L, Gu K, Chen S, Ma J, Zhang T, You D, Feng X, Astell-Burt T, Duan S. Determinants of hyperhomocysteinemia in healthy and hypertensive subjects: a population-based study and systematic review. Clinical Nutrition. 2017. pii: S0261-5614(16)31327-9 (Impact Factor: 4.731).
  14. Liu Y. Astell-Burt T, Liu J, Yin P, Feng X, You J, Page A, Zhou M, Wang L. Spatiotemporal variations in lung cancer mortality in China between 2006 and 2012: a multilevel analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2016. 13(12): 1252. (Impact Factor: 2.035).
  15. Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Kolt GS, Jalaludin B. More area-level crime, more sitting and less active? Longitudinal evidence from 37,162 Australians. American Journal of Epidemiology. 2016. 15; 184(12): 913-921. (Impact Factor: 5.23).
  16. Feng X, Wilson A. Neighborhood socioeconomic disadvantage modifies the relationship between weight status and weight-related satisfaction. International Journal of Obesity. 2016. 40(12): 1922-1926 (Impact Factor: 5.0)
  17. Yin P, Feng X, Astell-Burt T, Page A, Liu Y, Liu J, Li Y, Liu S, Wang L, Wang L, Zhou M, Wang L. Spatiotemporal variations in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease mortality in China: multilevel evidence from 2006 to 2012. COPD: Journal Of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. 2016. 13(3): 339-344. (Impact Factor: 2.943).
  18. Moayyed H, Kelly B, Feng X, Flood V. Evaluation of a ‘healthiness’ rating system for food outlet types in Australian residential communities. Nutrition and Dietetics. Accepted May 2016. (Impact Factor: 0.9)
  19. Yin P, Feng X**, Astell-Burt T, Page A, Liu J, Liu Y, Liu S, Wang L, Wang L, Zhou M. Temporal trends and geographic variations in dementia mortality in China between 2006 and 2012. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders. 2016. 30(4): 348-353. (Impact Factor: 2.4)
  20. Feng X, Croteau K, Kolt GS, Astell-Burt T. Does retirement mean more physical activity? A longitudinal study. BMC Public Health. 2016. 16: 605. (Impact Factor: 2.943)
  21. Feng X, Astell-Burt T. What types of social interactions reduce the risk of psychological distress? Fixed effects longitudinal analysis of a cohort of 30,271 middle-to-older aged Australians. Journal of Affective Disorders. 2016. 204: 99-102. (Impact Factor: 3.3)
  22. Feng X, Astell-Burt T. Does area of residence influence weight loss following a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes? Fixed effects longitudinal analysis of 54,707 middle-to-older aged Australians. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. 2016. 116: 123-126. (Impact Factor: 3.074)
  23. Fernandez A, Gillespie JA, Smith-Merry J, Feng X, Astell-Burt T, Maas C, Salvador-Carulla L. Integrated mental health atlas of the Western Sydney Local Health District: gaps and recommendations. Australian Health Review. 2016. Published online 24 March. (Impact Factor: 0.730)
  24. Mazumbar S, Feng X, Konings P, McRae I, Girosi F. A brief report on Primary Care Service Area catchment geographies in New South Wales Australia. International Journal of Health Geographics. 2016. 13: 38. (Impact Factor: 2.8)
  25. Mazumbar S, Butler D, Bagheri N, Konings P, Girosi F, Feng X, McRae I. How useful are primary care service areas (PCSAs)? Evaluating PCSAs as a tool for measuring primary care practioner access. Applied Geography. 2016. 72: 47-54. (Impact Factor: 2.6)
  26. Li Y, Feng X**, Zhang M, Zhou M, Wang N, Wang N. Clustering of cardiovascular behavioral risk factors and blood pressure among people diagnosed with hypertension: A nationally representative survey in China. Nature Scientific Reports. 2016. 6: 27627. (Impact Factor: 5.6)
  27. Hng T-M, Hor A, Ravi S, Feng X, Lin J, Astell-Burt T, Chipps D, McLean M, Maberly G.. Diabetes case finding in the Emergency Department using HbA1c: An opportunity to improve diabetes detection, prevention and care. BMJ Open Diabetes Research and Care. 2016. 6(1): e009370. (Impact Factor: currently tracking)
  28. Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Kolt GS. Large-scale investment in green space as an intervention for physical activity, mental and cardiometabolic health: Study protocol for a quasi-experimental evaluation of a natural experiment. BMJ Open. 2016. 6: e009803. (Impact Factor: 2.27)
  29. Feng X, Wilson A. Getting bigger, quicker? Gendered socioeconomic trajectories in body mass index across the adult lifecourse: a longitudinal study of 21,403 Australians. PLoS One. 2015. 10(10), e0141499 (Impact Factor: 3.70)
  30. Feng X, Wilson A. Do neighbourhood socioeconomic circumstances not matter for weight status among Australian men? Multilevel evidence from a household survey of 14,693 adults. BMJ Open. 2015. 5: e007052 (Impact Factor: 2.27)
  31. Feng, X. Liu, Y. Astell-Burt, T. Yin, P. Page, A. Liu, S. Liu, J. Wang, L. Zhou, M. Analysis of health service amenable and non-amenable mortality before and since China’s expansion of health coverage in 2009. BMJ Open. 2015. Accepted 27 November (Impact Factor 2.27)
  32. Zhou M, Astell-Burt T, Bi Y, Feng X, et al. Geographical variation in diabetes prevalence and detection in China: multilevel spatial analysis of 98,058 adults. Diabetes Care. 2015. 38: 172-181 (Impact Factor: 8.1)
  33. Feng X, Flowerdew R, Feng Z. Does neighbourhood influence ethnic inequalities in economic activity? Journal of Economic Geography. 2015. 15(1): 169-194 (Impact Factor: 3.96)
  34. Astell-Burt T, Feng X. Geographic inequity in healthy food environment and type 2 diabetes: can we please turn off the tap? Medical Journal of Australia. 2015. 203(6): 246-248 (Impact Factor: 4.09)
  35. Astell-Burt, T. Liu, Y. Feng, X. Yin, P. Page, A. Liu, S. Liu, J. Wang, L. Zhou, M. Health reform and mortality in China: Multilevel time-series analysis of regional and socioeconomic inequities in a sample of 73 million. Nature Scientific Reports. 2015. 5: 15038 (Impact Factor 5.578)
  36. Sanders, T. Feng, X. Fahey, P. Lonsdale, C. Astell-Burt T. The influence of neighbourhood green space on children’s physical activity and screen time: findings from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 2015. 12: 126. (Impact Factor: 4.11)
  37. Astell-Burt T, Feng X. Investigating ‘place effects’ on mental health: implications for population-based studies in psychiatry. Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences. 2015. 24(1): 27-37. (Impact Factor: 2.5)
  38. Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Kolt GS, Jalaludin B. Does rising crime lead to increasing distress? Longitudinal analysis of a natural experiment with dynamic objective neighbourhood measures. Social Science and Medicine. 2015. 138: 68-73. (Impact Factor: 3.69)
  39. Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Kolt GS. Identification of the impact of crime on physical activity depends upon neighbourhood scale: multilevel evidence from 203,883 Australians. Health and Place. 2015. 31: 120-123 (Impact Factor: 3.0)
  40. Salvador-Carulla L, Fernandez A, Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Gillespie J, Smith-Merry J. Recovery in Mental Health in Western Sydney: Use of the Integrated Atlas of Care for context analysis and planning. International Journal of Integrated Care. 2015. 15: 5. (Impact Factor: 1.26)
  41. Zhou M, Astell-Burt T, Yin P, Feng X, Page A, Liu Y, Liu J, Li Y, Liu S, Wang L, Wang L, Wang L. Spatiotemporal variation in diabetes mortality in China: multilevel evidence from 2006 and 2012. BMC Public Health. 2015. 15: 633. (Impact Factor: 2.943)
  42. Liu S, Page A, Yin P, Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Liu Y, Liu J, Wang L, Zhou M. Spatiotemporal variation and social determinants of suicide in China, 2006–2012: findings from a nationally representative mortality surveillance system. Psychological Medicine. 2015. 45(15): 3259-3268. (Impact Factor: 6.159)
  43. Guo K, Yin P, Wang L, Ji Y, Li Q, Bishai D, Liu S, Liu Y, Astell-Burt T, Feng X, You J, Liu J, Zhou M. Propensity score weighting for addressing under-reporting in mortality surveillance: a proof-of-concept study using the nationally representative mortality data in China. Population Health Metrics. 2015. 13: 16. (Impact Factor: 3.35)
  44. Sanders T, Feng X, Fahey P, Lonsdale C, Astell-Burt T. Green space and child weight status: does outcome measurement matter? Evidence from an Australian longitudinal study. Journal of Obesity. 2015. 138: 68-73. (Impact Factor: not assigned)
  45. Sanders T, Feng X, Fahey P, Lonsdale C, Astell-Burt T. Greener neighbourhoods, slimmer children? Evidence from 4423 participants aged 6 to 13 years in the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. International Journal of Obesity. 2015. 39(8):1224-9. (Impact Factor: 5.22)
  46. Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Kolt, GS. Is neighbourhood green space associated with a lower risk of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus? Evidence from 267,072 Australians. Diabetes Care. 2014. 37(1): 197-201. (Impact Factor: 8.6)
  47. Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Kolt, GS. Greener neighborhoods, slimmer people? International Journal of Obesity. 2014. 38(1): 156-159. (Impact Factor: 5.22)
  48. Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Kolt, GS. Green space is associated with walking and moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) in middle-to-older aged adults. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2014. 48(5): 404-406. (Impact Factor: 3.67)
  49. Feng X, Girosi F, McRae I. People with multiple unhealthy lifestyles are less likely to consult primary healthcare. BMC Family Practice. 2014. 15:126 (Impact Factor 1.61)
  50. Zhang J, Astell-Burt T, Seo D-C, Feng X, et al. Multilevel evaluation of ‘China Healthy Lifestyles for All’, a nationwide initiative to promote lower intakes of salt and edible oil. Preventive Medicine. 2014. 67: 210-215 (Impact Factor: 4.26)
  51. Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Kolt GS. Neighbourhood green space and the odds of having skin cancer: Multilevel evidence of survey data from 267,072 Australians. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 2014. 68: 370-374. (Impact Factor: 3.19)
  52. Mavoa S, Koohsari MJ, Badland HM, Davern M, Feng X, Astell-Burt T, Giles-Corti B. Area-level disparities in proximity to and quantity of public open space in metropolitan Melbourne. Urban Policy and Research. 2014. 33(3) (Impact Factor: 0.57)
  53. Feng X, Astell-Burt T, Kolt GS. Is an index of co-occurring unhealthy lifestyles suitable for understanding migrant health? Preventive Medicine. 2014. 69C: 172-175 (Impact Factor: 4.26)
  54. Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Badland HM, Mavoa S, Giles-Corti B. Do low-income neighbourhoods have the least green space? A cross-sectional study of Australia’s most populous cities. BMC Public Health. 2014. 14: 292 (Impact Factor: 2.943)
  55. Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Kolt GS, McLean M, Maberly G. Understanding geographical inequities in diabetes: Multilevel evidence from 114,755 adults in Sydney, Australia. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. 2014. 106(3): e68-e73 (Impact Factor: 2.8)
  56. Giles-Corti B, Badland H, Mavoa S, Turrell G, Bull F, Boruff B, Pettit C, Redman S, Bauman A, Hooper P, Villanueva K, Astell-Burt T, Feng X, et al. Reconnecting urban planning with preventive public health policy: The development and validation of national liveability indicators associated with chronic disease risk factors and health outcomes. Public Health Research and Practice. 2014. 25: 1 (No impact factor)
  57. Feng X. On the relationship between weight status and doctor shopping behavior – Evidence from Australia. Obesity. 2013. 21(11): 2225-2230. (Impact Factor: 4.284)
  58. Astell-Burt T, Feng X. Health and the 2008 economic recession: Evidence from the United Kingdom. PLoS One. 2013. 8(2): e56674. (Impact Factor: 3.70)
  59. Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Kolt, GS. Does access to neighbourhood green space promote a healthy duration of sleep? Novel findings from a cross-sectional study of 259,319 Australians. BMJ Open. 2013. 3(8): e003094. (Impact Factor: 2.27)
  60. Feng X, Astell-Burt T, Kolt GS. Do social interactions explain ethnic differences in psychological distress and the protective effect of local ethnic density? A cross-sectional study of 226,487 adults in Australia. BMJ Open. 2013. 3: e2713. (Impact Factor: 1.58)
  61. Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Kolt, GS. Mental health benefits of neighbourhood green space are stronger among physically active adults in middle-to-older age: Evidence from 260,061 Australians. Preventive Medicine. 2013. 57(5): 601-606. (Impact Factor: 4.26)
  62. Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Croteau K, Kolt, GS. Influence of neighbourhood ethnic density, diet and physical activity on ethnic differences in weight status: A study of 214,807 adults in Australia. Social Science and Medicine. 2013. 93: 70-77. (Impact Factor: 3.69)
  63. Feng X, Astell-Burt T. Neighborhood socioeconomic circumstances and the co-occurrence of unhealthy lifestyles: Evidence from 206,457 Australians in the 45 and Up Study. PLoS One. 2013. 8(8): e72643. (Impact Factor: 3.70) 

Conference Abstracts and Papers

  1. Feng, X, Astell-Burt T, Feng Z. Perceived public transport infrastructure modifies the association between public transport use and mental health: multilevel anlayses from the United Kingdom. Journal of Transport and Health. 5: S101-S102.
  2. Feng, X, Astell-Burt T. Is neighbourhood green space protective against associations between child asthma, neighbourhood traffic volume and area safety? Multilevel analysis of 4,447 Australian children. Journal of Transport and Health. 5: S40-S41.
  3. Astell-Burt T, Feng, X. Does the potential benefit of neighbourhood green space for body mass index depend upon socioeconomic circumstances and local built and transport environments? A test of the ‘equigenesis’ hypothesis in Australia. Journal of Transport and Health. 5: S40.
  4. Astell-Burt T, Zhang, M. Feng, X. Wang, L. Li, Y. Page, A. Zhou, M. Wang, L. Geographic variation and correlates of tobacco smoking, second-hand smoke exposure, workplace tobacco prohibition, and pro- and counter-tobacco advertising in mainland China: multilevel evidence from 98,058 participants. The Lancet. 2015. 386: S17. (Impact Factor: 45.217)
  5. Kolt GS, Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Jalaludin B. Time spent sitting is influenced by neighbourhood crime: Longitudinal evidence from 51,222 Australians. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2015. 19: e80. (Impact Factor: 3.6)
  6. Croteau K, Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Kolt GS. Physical activity changes among adults aged 50-70 in transition out of full-time employment. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 2015. 47: 240. (Impact Factor: 4.48)
  7. Feng X, Girosi F, McRae I. People with multiple unhealthy lifestyles are less likely to consult primary healthcare. Evidence from 267,153 Australians. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 2014. 68(1): A67-A67. (Impact Factor: 3.19)
  8. Feng X, Jiang Y, Astell-Burt T, et al. Body mass index and socio-economic circumstances in China: people and places matter. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 2014. 68: S1: A25-A25 (Impact Factor: 3.19)
  9. Astell-Burt T, Feng X, Kolt GS, Jalaludin B. Identifying the impact of local crime on mental health: a longitudinal fixed effects analysis. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 2014. 68: S1: A43-A43 (Impact Factor: 3.19)
  10. Kolt GS, Feng X, Astell-Burt T. Ethnic And Country-of-birth Differences In Co-occurring Unhealthy Lifestyles: Findings From 190,028 Australians. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 2014. 46: 5: 783-783 (Impact Factor: 4.48)
  11. Kolt GS, Astell-Burt T, Feng X. The impact of neighbourhood crime on physical activity: Evidence from 203,883 Australians. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 2014; 18:e147–e148. (Impact Factor: 2.90)
  12. Kolt GS, Astell-Burt T, Feng X. Proximity to Green Space Increases the Propensity for Regular Walking and Physical Activity in Adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 2013. 45: 5: 495-495 (Impact Factor: 4.48)

Reports

  1. Feng X, Astell-Burt T. 2017. Broken Hill: Mapping health and the social determinants of health. An Atlas produced by the Population Wellbeing and Environment Research Lab (PowerLab) on behalf of The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre (TAPPC) for the Prevention Tracker project.
  2. Feng X, Astell-Burt T. 2016. Albany: Mapping health and the social determinants of health. An Atlas produced by the Population Wellbeing and Environment Research Lab (PowerLab) on behalf of The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre (TAPPC) for the Prevention Tracker project.
  3. Feng X, Astell-Burt T. 2016. Glenorchy: Mapping health and liveability. An Atlas produced by the Population Wellbeing and Environment Research Lab (PowerLab) on behalf of The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre (TAPPC) for the Prevention Tracker project. 2015
  4. Salvador-Carulla L, Fernandez A, Mass C, Astell-Burt T, Feng X.. 2016. The Integrated Atlas of Mental Health Services of South Western Sydney. A report for South Western Sydney Local Health District.
  5. Salvador-Carulla L, Fernandez A, Mass C, Rosen A, Astell-Burt T, Feng X., Salinas-Perez JA. 2016. The Integrated Atlas of Mental Health Services of the Far West. A report for Far West NSW Local Health District.
  6. Salvador-Carulla L, Fernandez A, Mass C, Smith-Merry J, Gillespie J, Astell-Burt T, Feng X. 2016. The Integrated Atlas of Mental Health Services in Western Sydney. A report for WentWest Ltd, the Western Sydney Primary Health Network, Sydney.
  7. Astell-Burt T, Feng X. 2015. The influence of urban form on mental health. An evidence check commissioned by NSW Ministry of Health, Centre for Population Health, Sydney.
  8. Astell-Burt T, Feng X. 2014. Food deserts in Western Sydney: a report to the Western Sydney Diabetes Prevention and Management Initiative. Funded by WentWest Ltd, the Western Sydney Primary Health Network,, Sydney.
  9. Astell-Burt T, Feng X. 2014. Geographic and general practice variation in diabetes risk in Western Sydney: a report to the Western Sydney Diabetes Prevention and Management Initiative. Funded by WentWest Ltd, the Western Sydney Primary Health Network, Sydney.

**Joint First Author

 

Last reviewed: 20 July, 2017