Walter Omariba,PhD
Walter Omariba,PhD
Unit Head, Statistics Canada, Adjunct Professor,Carleton University
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The influence of economic development level, household wealth and maternal education on child health in the developing world
MH Boyle, Y Racine, K Georgiades, D Snelling, S Hong, W Omariba, ...
Social science & medicine 63 (8), 2242-2254, 2006
Family structure and child mortality in sub‐Saharan Africa: Cross‐national effects of polygyny
DWR Omariba, MH Boyle
Journal of marriage and family 69 (2), 528-543, 2007
Determinants of infant and child mortality in Kenya: an analysis controlling for frailty effects
DWR Omariba, R Beaujot, F Rajulton
Population Research and Policy Review 26 (3), 299-321, 2007
Associations of Pregnancy Outcomes and PM2.5 in a National Canadian Study
DM Stieb, L Chen, BS Beckerman, M Jerrett, DL Crouse, DWR Omariba, ...
Environmental health perspectives 124 (2), 243-249, 2016
A national study of the association between traffic-related air pollution and adverse pregnancy outcomes in Canada, 1999–2008
DM Stieb, L Chen, P Hystad, BS Beckerman, M Jerrett, M Tjepkema, ...
Environmental research 148, 513-526, 2016
HIV/AIDS knowledge, women’s education, epidemic severity and protective sexual behaviour in low-and middle-income countries
D Snelling, DWR Omariba, S Hong, K Georgiades, Y Racine, MH Boyle
Journal of Biosocial Science 39 (3), 421-442, 2007
Immigration, generation and self-rated health in Canada: On the role of health literacy
DWR Omariba, E Ng
Canadian Journal of Public Health 102 (4), 281-285, 2011
Health literacy and immigrants in Canada: determinants and effects on health outcomes
E Ng, DWR Omariba
Canadian Council on Learning, 2011
Differences between immigrants at various durations of residence and host population in all-cause mortality, Canada 1991–2006
DWR Omariba, E Ng, B Vissandjée
Population Studies 68 (3), 339-357, 2014
Rural–urban migration and cross-national variation in infant mortality in less developed countries
DWR Omariba, MH Boyle
Population Research and Policy Review 29 (3), 275-296, 2010
Canadian cancer risk management model: evaluation of cancer control
WK Evans, MC Wolfson, WM Flanagan, J Shin, J Goffin, AB Miller, ...
International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 29 (2), 131-139, 2013
Women’s educational attainment and intergenerational patterns of fertility behaviour in Kenya
DWR Omariba
Journal of biosocial science 38 (4), 449-479, 2006
Immigration, ethnicity, and avoidable mortality in Canada, 1991–2006
DWR Omariba
Ethnicity & health 20 (4), 409-436, 2015
Immigration, generational status and health literacy in Canada
E Ng, DWR Omariba
health education journal 73 (6), 668-682, 2014
Gender differences in functional limitations among Canadians living with arthritis— on the role of disease duration and comorbidity
DWR Omariba
Health Reports 22 (4), 7-14., 2011
Correlated mortality of siblings in Kenya: The role of state dependence
DWR Omariba, F Rajulton, R Beaujot
Demographic Research 18, 311-336, 2008
Neighbourhood characteristics, individual attributes and self-rated health among older Canadians
DWR Omariba
Health & place 16 (5), 986-995, 2010
Health literacy and disability: differences between generations of Canadian immigrants
DWR Omariba, E Ng
International journal of public health 60 (3), 389-397, 2015
The evaluation of cancer control interventions in lung cancer using the Canadian Cancer Risk Management Model
WK Evans, M Wolfson, WM Flanagan, J Shin, JR Goffin, K Asakawa, ...
Lung Cancer Management 1 (1), 25-33, 2012
Neighbourhood immigrant concentration and hospitalization: A multilevel analysis of cardiovascular-related admissions in Ontario using linked data
DWR Omariba, NA Ross, C Sanmartin, JV Tu
canadian journal of public health 105 (6), e404-e411, 2014
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