Spatial Aspects of Health Research at February GIS Users Group Meeting

Spatial aspects of health research will be the theme of this month’s UBC GIS Users Group meeting.  We will have three presenters, each giving a brief description of their use of GIS and mapping in health research.  If there’s time, we’ll follow with a general discussion about the use of GIS technology and data in health research.

Event details:
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
3:00 – 4:00pm
Koerner Library, Level 2, Room 216

Presentations:

“Three Projects Applying GIS in Public Health: Mapping Local Social Barriers to Sexual Health Clinics in Two Rural Communities, Provincial Emergency/Hormonal Contraceptive Use Trough Time, and National Abortion Travel Patterns.”
Anthony Smith, Human Early Learning Partnership Knowledge Translation Team

“Neighbourhood Environment in Waterloo Region:  Patterns of Transportation and Health”
Josh van Loon, School of Community and Regional Planning Active Transportation Lab

“Spatial Epidemiology of Lung Cancer in Canada: Examining the Role of Air Pollution and Neighborhood Deprivation”
Perry Hystad, PhD Candidate, School of Population and Public Health

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