3 edition of Geographical methods in small area health studies found in the catalog.
Geographical methods in small area health studies
by Small Area Health Statistics Unit, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in London
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Andrew Westlake.|
|Contributions||Westlake, Andrew., London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Small Area Health Statistics Unit.|
|LC Classifications||RA792.5 .G46 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 136 p. :|
|Number of Pages||136|
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Mike Roworth, Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 'This useful book summarizes important new developments in data availability, methodology and execution of small-area health studies. As the book is only pages long, each chapter is relatively short and easily digestible; this makes the book useful for quick advice.'Format: Paperback.
It introduces geographical and small-area studies, summarizes the data requirements for such studies, reviews the statistical methodology and identifies areas for future work in geographical correlation studies and other concerns, gives a historical perspective of environmental epidemiology and guidelines for investigating and interpreting disease clusters, and provides some examples of small-area and geographical correlation studies.
This book. The contributions of this book are scholarly and original work that incorporate GIS and related spatial analytic methods to pursue issues of health disparity at census tract geography. The objectives of this book are to: continue the growing science worldwide on socio-economic and health inequalities -provide evidence of the pivotal role of small area Geographical methods in small area health studies book for GIS and.
Get this from a library. Geographical and environmental epidemiology: methods for small-area studies. [P Elliott; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe.;] -- This book addresses both the theoretical and practical issues which arise when describing the geographical distribution of disease and investigating apparent disease clusters.
This book is the first to summarize the new developments in data availability, methodology, and the execution of small-area health studies. this book contains relevant and timely material for its target audience of epidemiologists, statisticians and geographers, among others Format: Paperback.
An Introduction to the Geography of Health. Health issues such as the emergence of infectious diseases, the potential influence of global warming on human health, and the escalating strain of increasing longevity and chronic conditions on healthcare systems are of growing importance in an increasingly peopled and interconnected world.
o Geographical Approaches to Health and Disease o Sub-Branches o Disease categories o Outline History of Infectious Diseases Medical / Health Geography “Medical Geography uses the concepts and techniques of the discipline of geography to investigate health related topics” • Note: items in blue are direct quotes from text Size: KB.
Introduction Learning objectives: You will learn about basic concepts of geographical studies also known as ecological/correlation studies. Geographical studies are one of the earliest forms of logical reasoning applied to science. This branch has evolved to systematically measure disease occurrence by time, place and person.
Read the resource text below which looks at types of geographical studies. If you're a place geographer who is interested in this growing field of health geography, or anyone interested in how health is spatially uneven, this is the book for you.
I am designing a health geography class, and stumbled across this book. It is quite accessible. Most of my research is on place, sense of place, and geographical imagination 5/5(3). The amount is very small, less than 1% of their salary, with employers paying % of their salary to make up the rest of the health insurance.
In addition to this mandatory payment, people can choose to pay an optional top-up fee of % their salary to cover the costs of more types of treatment and to receive an overall better experience in. I„m proud that the Bristol Department of Geography has, over its eighty years, shown a number of such episodes when clusters in both physical and human geography have critically taken off.
The late s were such an episode when Danny Dorling, Mary Shaw, and Richard Mitchell came briefly together to study social and spatial health inequalities. In this method, the population is first divided into subgroups (or strata) who all share a similar characteristic.
It is used when we might reasonably expect the measurement of interest to vary between the different subgroups, and we want to ensure representation from all the subgroups.
For example, in a study of stroke outcomes, we may. Inequalities in geographic access to health care result from the configuration of facilities, population distribution, and the transportation infrastructure.
In recent accessibility studies, the traditional distance measure (Euclidean) has been replaced with more plausible measures such as travel distance or time. Both network and raster-based methods are often. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. Demographic Techniques: Small-area Estimates and Projections. Stefan Rayer, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Abstract. Estimates and projections for small areas are used extensively in the public and private sectors, and demand for them has been Size: KB.
For some studies, such as those that observe the propagation of diseases over geographic areas, the geographic information in the data set is of. Green Infrastructure and Public Health1st Edition There is a growing body of knowledge revealing a sweeping array of connections between public health and green infrastructure – but not until now have the links between them been brought together in one comprehensive book.
Demography and Population Studies - The study of human population is known by the two terms - demography and population studies.
In many cases these two terms are used interchangeably, but some scholars also try to distinguish between the two.
Broadly speaking, population studies is concerned with understanding what are theFile Size: KB. Nonrandom sampling of populations in developing nations has limitations and can inaccurately estimate health phenomena, especially among hard-to-reach populations such as rural residents.
However, random sampling of rural populations in developing nations can be challenged by incomplete enumeration of the base population. We describe a stratified random sampling method using geographical Cited by: Small area analysis is the practice of separating out the data for small geographic areas and/or populations – neighborhoods, rural villages, housing projects, etc.
– in order to identify and understand disparities among them and between them and the larger statistical area. Areas of study Health geography is considered to be divided into two distinct elements.
The first of which is focused on geographies of disease and ill health, involving descriptive research quantifying disease frequencies and distributions, and analytic research concerned with finding what characteristics make an individual or population susceptible to disease.Geographical and Environmental Epidemiology: Methods for Small-Area Studies.
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E. Tillett.Geography of nutrition also developed from disease ecology in the early s. Ethnomedicine and medical pluralism, on the other hand, are emerging as an independent approach to Approaches to medical geography: an historical perspective medical geography from the geography of by: