We invite attendees who are interested in health and medical geography disciplines to submit a paper to a session that focuses on application of geospatial technologies in scientific disciplines related to epidemiology, health services research, big data, and other fields relevant to health and health care provision. Quantitative and qualitative papers are welcome. Papers can be theoretical or applied as well as policy-based, but the underlying focus should be on topics relevant to geographically-linked health and demographic data analysis.
This session focuses on topics relevant to geographically-linked health and demographic data analysis. Papers can be theoretical, applied, as well as policy-based in any field relevant to the use of geospatial analysis for health-related research. If you are interested in participating in this paper session, please email your PIN, title, abstract to Nathaniel Bell (email@example.com) no later than November 20. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you in Denver!
|Presenter||Mariana Brussoni, University of British Columbia, David Swanlund*, Simon Fraser University, Nadine Schuurman, Simon Fraser University, MaskMyXYZ: An easy-to-use platform for anonymizing spatial health data||15||11:50 AM|
|Presenter||Song Gao*, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Jinmeng Rao, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Xinyi Liu, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Yuhao Kang*, University of Wisconsin Madison, Qunying Huang, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Joseph App, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Exploring the effectiveness of geomasking techniques for protecting the geoprivacy of social media users||15||12:05 PM|
|Presenter||Aateka Shashank*, Simon Fraser University, Nadine Schuurman, Simon Fraser University, Russell Copley, University of Calgary, Scott Lear, Simon Fraser University, Runnability: a rough index using an affordance-based framework||15||12:20 PM|
|Presenter||Nathaniel Bell*, University of South Carolina, Overlapping geographic clusters of medical homes and community health outcomes: measures of social vulnerability that predict primary care access in the U.S.||15||12:35 PM|
|Presenter||Diane BenBella*, University of Connecticut, Debs Ghosh, University of Connecticut, Geospatial analysis of HIV treatment outcome in Uganda||15||12:50 PM|
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