7. Health Geography in British Columbia
References and Resources
Brown, T., McLafferty, S. & Moon, G. 2010, “Introduction to Health and Medical Geography” in A Campanion to Health and Medical Geography, eds. T. Brown, S. McLafferty & G. Moon, Blackwell Publishing, West Sussex, pp. 1-12.
Brown, T., McLafferty, S. & Moon, G. 2004, A Companion to Health and Medical Geography, Blackwell Publishing, West Sussex.
Cinnamon, J. 2013, Geographic Injury Surveillance in Low-Resource Settings , PhD edn, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC.
Kovats, R.S. & Hajat, S. 2008, “Heat Stress and Public Health: A Critical Review”, Annual Review of Public Health, vol. 29, pp. 41-55.
RHS National Team. 2007.First Nations Regional Longitudinal Health Survey (RHS) 2002/2003: Results for adults, youth, and children living in First Nations communities, Ottawa, ON, , Canada: Assembly of First Nations/First Nations Information Governance Committee.
Schuurman, N., Fiedler, R.S., Grzybowski, S.C., Grund, D., 2006. Defining rational hospital catchments for non-urban areas based on travel-time. International Journal of Health Geographics 5, 43. doi:10.1186/1476-072X-5-43
Schuurman, N., Randall, E. & Berube, M. 2011, “A spatial decision support tool for estimating population catchments to aid rural and remote health service allocation planning”, Health Informatics Journal, vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 277-293.
Tomlinson, C., Chapman, L., Thornes, J. & Baker, C. 2011, “Including the urban heat island in spatial heat health risk assessment strategies: a case study for Birmingham, UK”, International Journal of Health Geographics, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 42.
- BC Statistics
- BC Health Services Locator App
- Interactive map displaying British Columbia’s health authority regions.
- Institute for Internsectionality Research and Policy
- Canadian Mental Health Association Ways of Maintaining Mental Health
- Social Determinates of Health