Health & Medical Geography
Geographic Analysis of Racial Disparities in MRI Utilization
Detroit Adverse Pregnancy, Air Pollution and Social Environment (DAPSE) Study
Perinatal Care Regionalization and Maternal and Neonatal Morbidity and Mortality in Michigan
Impacts of State Obesity Prevention and Control Program on the Geography of Adult Obesity in the United States
Interdisciplinary Investigation of Structural Sources of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Maternal Mortality: United States 2003-2011
Evered, E.Ö. and K.T. Evered. 2013. “”Protecting the national body:’ regulating the practice and the place of prostitution in early republican Turkey.” Gender, Place, and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography (doi: 10.1080/0966369X.2012.753584).
P. L. Delamater, J. P. Messina, S. C. Grady, V. Winklerprins, and A. M. Shortridge. 2013. “Do more hospital beds lead to higher hospitalization rates?” A spatial examination of Roemer’s Law. PLoS ONE 8(2): e54900. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0054900
Evered, K.T. and E.Ö. Evered. 2012. “Syphilis and prostitution in the socio-medical geographies of Turkey’s early republican provinces.” Health and Place. 18:3:528-535.
Evered, K.T. and E.Ö. Evered. 2012. “State, peasant, mosquito: the biopolitics of public health education and malaria in early republican Turkey.” Political Geography. 31:5:311-323.
P. L. Delamater, J. P. Messina, A. M. Shortridge, and S. C. Grady. 2012. “Measuring geographic access to health care: raster and network-based methods.” International Journal of Health Geographics 11:15. doi: 10.1186/1476-072X-11-15.
McCord, P. F., J. P. Messina, D. J. Campbell, and S. C. Grady. 2012. “Tsetse Fly Control in Kenya’s Spatially and Temporally Dynamic Control Reservoirs: A Cost Analysis.” Applied Geography. 34, 189-204. Doi:10.1016/j.apgeog.2011.11.005.
Evered, E. O. and K. T. Evered. 2011. “Sex and the Capital City: The Political Framing of Syphilis and Prostitution in Early Republican Ankara.” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences. (doi: 10.1093/jhmas/jrr054).
Evered, K. T. and E. O. Evered. 2011. “Governing Population, Public Health, and Malaria in the Early Turkish Republic.” Journal of Historical Geography. 37:4:470-482.
Grady, S. C., J. Messina, and P. McCord. 2011. “Vulnerability and Disability in Kenya’s Tsetse Belts.” PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases. 5 (2): e957.
Sing, A., M. Syal, S. Korkmaz, and S. C. Grady. 2011. “Life Cycle Cost Analysis of Occupant Well-Being and Productivity in LEES Offices Based on Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) Improvments. Journal of Infrastructure Systems. 17 (2): doi:110.1061/(ASCE)IS.1943-555X.0000046.
McKnight, K. P., J. P. Messina, A. M. Shortridge, M. D. Burns, and B. W. Pigozzi. 2011. “Using Volunteered Geographic Information to Assess the Spatial Distribution of West Nile Virus in Detroit, Michigan.” International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research. 2 (3): 72-85.
Moise, I. K., E. Kalipeni, and L. C. Zulu. 2011. Analyzing Geographic Access to HIV Sentinel Clinics in Relation to Other Health Clnics in Zambia.” Nournal of Geographic Libraries. 7: 253-281.
The Geography Department at Michigan State University hosted the XVth International Symposium in Medical/Health Geography (IMGS 2013) on our campus in East Lansing, Michigan, July 7-12, 2013. It was a fun and productive symposium. Plenary, paper, and poster sessions were held in the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center on campus. Our field trip included a visit to the sand dunes from the glacial period and beach picnic on the shores of Lake Michigan.
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