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  • Author:
    Massimo Craglia,Ravi Maheswaran
  • ISBN:
    0415306558
  • ISBN13:
    978-0415306553
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    CRC Press; 1 edition (June 11, 2004)
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    320 pages
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Massimo Craglia, Ravi Maheswaran

Massimo Craglia, Ravi Maheswaran. GIS in Public Health Practice covers disease mapping and spatial analysis, then moves on to GIS applications in communicable disease control and environmental health protection, and applications in health care planning and policy

Many of the chapters have a UK or European focus, but examine issues, principles, and methods that are relevant worldwide. G; IS in Public Health Practice is the first book to treat GIS as more than a mere technology.

Significant advances in the evaluation and use of geographic information have had a major effect on key elements of public health. Many of the chapters have a UK or European focus, but examine issues, principles, and methods that are relevant worldwide.

the first book on GIS and public health, we believe it is the first to treat GIS as more. than a technology in relation to public health practice. Clinical Senior Lecturer in Public Health Medicine. Dr. Massimo Craglia, PhD, MRTPI. We hope it will be of benefit. Ravi Maheswaran, MD, MRCP, MFPHM. Senior Lecturer in Town and Regional Planning.

Many of the chapters have a UK or European focus, but examine issues, principles, and methods that are relevant worldwide. Massimo Craglia, Ravi Maheswaran. GIS in Public Health Practice is the first book to treat GIS as more than a mere technology.

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GIS in public health practice. Ravi Maheswaran, Massimo Craglia. Introduction and overview Ravi Maheswaran, Massimo Craglia DISEASE MAPPING AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS Basic Issues in Geographical Analysis Ravi Maheswaran, Robert P. Haining Disease Mapping - Basi. More).

Refereed Journals Books and Chapters Maheswaran R, Craglia M (eds) GIS in Public Health Practice Boca Raton.

Maheswaran R, Haining RP, Brindley P, Law J, Pearson T, Fryers PR, Wise S, Campbell MJ Outdoor air pollution and stroke in Sheffield, United Kingdom - a small-area level geographical study. Stroke 2005;36:239-43. Bath PA, Craigs C, Maheswaran R, Raymond J, Willett P Pattern identification in public health data sets: the potential offered by graph theory. In: Wise S, Craglia M (eds) Innovations in GIS 2005 (in press). Maheswaran R, Craglia M (eds) GIS in Public Health Practice Boca Raton: CRC Press 2004. Maheswaran R, Craglia M Introduction and Overview In Maheswaran R, Craglia M (eds).

Massimo Craglia, Ravi Maheswaran. CRC Press, 19 Nis 2016 - 320 sayfa. Gis in Public Health Practice Massimo Craglia,Ravi Maheswaran Önizleme Yok - 2019. This geographical perspective generates new approaches in the study of communicable disease control, environmental health protection, health needs assessment, planning and policy, operational public health management, and many other areas.

Significant advances in the evaluation and use of geographic information have had a major effect on key elements of public health. Strides in mapping technology as well as the availability and accuracy of health information enable public health practitioners to link and analyze data in new ways at international, regional, and even street levels. This geographical perspective generates new approaches in the study of communicable disease control, environmental health protection, health needs assessment, planning and policy, operational public health management, and many other areas.GIS in Public Health Practice includes contributions from the leading researchers in the field who participated in the First European Conference on Geographic Information Sciences and Public Health. This event promoted the use of GIS within the realm of public health. Specifically selected and expanded contributions illustrate particular areas of application and address issues of major importance. Many of the chapters have a UK or European focus, but examine issues, principles, and methods that are relevant worldwide.GIS in Public Health Practice is the first book to treat GIS as more than a mere technology. It recognizes GIS as a science that encompasses the development and application of scientific methods toward solving societal problems, an emerging facet of public health research and practice. This compilation is beneficial to all practitioners and researchers with an interest in public health.