Geographies of health and health care II: Access to health care

Type: Paper
Theme:
Sponsor Groups: Health and Medical Geography Specialty Group
Scheduler ID: WED-069-5:20 p.m.
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Day: 4/11/2018
Start / End Time: 5:20 PM / 7:00 PM
Room: Estherwood, Sheraton, 4th Floor
Organizers: Prince Michael Amegbor, Jessica Finlay, Mark Rosenberg
Chairs: Kyle Plumb

Description

Geographers are well suited to address the existing and emergent issues in health and healthcare due to their holistic approach to place and health and geography’s inherent spatial sensitivities. A geographical perspective provides the tools to investigate the physical, sociocultural, economic, political, and psychological aspects of places in terms of how they shape people’s health, access and use healthcare services. This session is intended to provide a forum for perspectives of the complex transactions between people, place and health. To this end, emergent concepts and themes in Geographies of health and healthcare will be the focus of this session


Agenda

Type Details Minutes Start Time
Presenter Arrianna Marie Planey*, University of Illinois, Audiologist Availability and Access in the United States: A Multi-Scale Spatial and Political Economic Analysis 20 5:20 PM
Presenter Andrew R Maroko*, CUNY School of Public Health, The Association between Safety Net Treatment Access and Opioid Hospitalizations and Mortality Before and After the Implementation of New York State’s Internet System for Tracking Over-Prescribing (I-STOP) Sean J Haley, CUNY School of Public Health, The Association between Safety Net Treatment Access and Opioid Hospitalizations and Mortality Before and After the Implementation of New York State’s Internet System for Tracking Over-Prescribing (I-STOP) Margaret Ryerson Baker, CUNY School of Public Health, The Association between Safety Net Treatment Access and Opioid Hospitalizations and Mortality Before and After the Implementation of New York State’s Internet System for Tracking Over-Prescribing (I-STOP) 20 5:40 PM
Presenter Lu Wang*, Ryerson University, Spatial Access to Community and Specialized Mental Health Care in Toronto: A Case of Mental Health Crises 20 6:00 PM
Presenter Sarah Nelson*, University of Toronto Mississauga, Barriers to Health Care Access as a Form of Denial: Indigenous People’s Experiences of Government-Led Health Care in Prince George, Canada Kathi Wilson, University of Toronto Mississauga, Barriers to Health Care Access as a Form of Denial: Indigenous People’s Experiences of Government-Led Health Care in Prince George, Canada 20 6:20 PM
Presenter Breah Talan*, Queen's University, A geographic investigation of wait times for MRI services in Ontario, Canada 20 6:40 PM

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