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  1. Public health applications using geographic information system (GIS) technology are steadily increasing. Many of these rely on the ability to locate where people live with respect to areas of exposure from env...

    Authors: Michael R Cayo and Thomas O Talbot
    Citation: International Journal of Health Geographics 2003 2:10
  2. Many different test statistics have been proposed to test for spatial clustering. Some of these statistics have been widely used in various applications. In this paper, we use an existing collection of 1,220,0...

    Authors: Changhong Song and Martin Kulldorff
    Citation: International Journal of Health Geographics 2003 2:9
  3. The investigation of potential exposure to anthrax spores in a Trenton, New Jersey, mail-processing facility required rapid assessment of informatics needs and adaptation of existing informatics tools to new p...

    Authors: Juan Carlos Zubieta, Ric Skinner and Andrew G Dean
    Citation: International Journal of Health Geographics 2003 2:8
  4. Standardized mortality ratios are used to identify geographic areas with higher or lower mortality than expected. This article examines geographic disparity in premature mortality in Ontario, Canada, at three ...

    Authors: Chris A Altmayer, Brian G Hutchison, Vicki L Torrance-Rynard, Jeremiah Hurley, Stephen Birch and John D Eyles
    Citation: International Journal of Health Geographics 2003 2:7
  5. Giardia is the most frequently identified intestinal parasite in North America. Although information on geographical distribution of giardiasis is critical in identifying communities at high risk, little has been...

    Authors: Agricola Odoi, S Wayne Martin, Pascal Michel, John Holt, Dean Middleton and Jeff Wilson
    Citation: International Journal of Health Geographics 2003 2:5
  6. This two-part study employs several statistical techniques to evaluate the geographic distribution of breast cancer in females and colorectal and lung cancers in males and females in Nassau, Queens, and Suffol...

    Authors: Geoffrey M Jacquez and Dunrie A Greiling
    Citation: International Journal of Health Geographics 2003 2:4
  7. This paper demonstrates a method for estimating the geographical accessibility of public hospitals. Cost path analysis was used to determine the minimum travel time and distance to the closest hospital via a r...

    Authors: Lars Brabyn and Chris Skelly
    Citation: International Journal of Health Geographics 2002 1:3

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