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Neighbourhoods and potential access to health care: The role of spatial and aspatial factors
L Bissonnette, K Wilson, S Bell, TI Shah
Health & place 18 (4), 841-853, 2012
1812012
Access to primary health care: does neighborhood of residence matter?
S Bell, K Wilson, L Bissonnette, T Shah
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103 (1), 85-105, 2013
1112013
Spatial Accessibility to Health Care Services: Identifying under-Serviced Neighbourhoods in Canadian Urban Areas
TI Shah, S Bell, K Wilson
PLOS One, 2016
692016
Geographic access to healthy and unhealthy food sources for children in neighbourhoods and from elementary schools in a mid-sized Canadian city
R Engler-Stringer, T Shah, S Bell, N Muhajarine
Spatial and spatio-temporal epidemiology 11, 23-32, 2014
532014
Investigating impacts of positional error on potential health care accessibility
S Bell, K Wilson, TI Shah, S Gersher, T Elliott
Spatial and spatio-temporal epidemiology 3 (1), 17-29, 2012
402012
Mapping the physiotherapy profession in Saskatchewan: examining rural versus urban practice patterns
B Bath, J Gabrush, R Fritzler, N Dickson, D Bisaro, K Bryan, TI Shah
Physiotherapy Canada 67 (3), 221-231, 2015
352015
A geospatial approach to understanding inequalities in accessibility to primary care among vulnerable populations
JA Gilliland, TI Shah, A Clark, S Sibbald, JA Seabrook
PLOS One, 2019
312019
Measuring geographical accessibility to rural and remote health care services: Challenges and Considerations
TI Shah, S Milosavljevic, B Bath
Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology, http://doi.org/10.1016/j.sste.2017 …, 2017
272017
Determining geographic accessibility of family physician and nurse practitioner services in relation to the distribution of seniors within two Canadian Prairie Provinces
TI Shah, S Milosavljevic, B Bath
Social Science & Medicine, 2017
262017
Geocoding for public health research: Empirical comparison of two geocoding services applied to Canadian cities
TI Shah, S Bell, K Wilson
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 58 (4), 400-417, 2014
262014
Active School Travel Intervention Methodologies in North America: A Systematic Review
Adrian N. Buttazzoni, Emily S. Van Kesteren, Tayyab I. Shah, Jason A. Gilliland
American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2018
232018
Geographic accessibility to primary care providers: Comparing rural and urban areas in Southwestern Ontario
TI Shah, AF Clark, JA Seabrook, S Sibbald, JA Gilliland
Canadian Geogrpaher 64 (1), 65-78, 2020
192020
Examining the Supply of and Demand for Physiotherapy in Saskatchewan: The Relationship between Where Physiotherapists Work and Population Health Need
B McFadden, KJ McGrath, T Lowe, C Thiessen, S Irinici, T Shah, ...
Physiotherapy Canada, 2016
192016
Metropolitan growth monitoring and land use classification using geospatial techniques
AS Almas, CA Rahim, MJ Butt, TI Shah
Proceedings of International Workshop on Service and Application of Spatial …, 2005
162005
Is active travel a breath of fresh air? Examining children's exposure to air pollution during the school commute
J Gilliland, M Maltby, X Xu, I Luginaah, J Loebach, T Shah
Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology 29, 51-57, 2019
152019
Mapping Physiotherapy Use in Canada in Relation to Physiotherapist Distribution
TI Shah, S Milosavljevic, C Trask, B Bath
Physiotherapy Canada, 2019
142019
Comparing geographical distribution of community‐based physiotherapists and family physicians across Saskatchewan
TI Shah, B Bath, S Milosavljevic
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 59 (4), 461-473, 2015
132015
Examining weather-related factors on physical activity levels of children from rural communities
BLG Button, TI Shah, AF Clark, P Wilk, JA Gilliland
Canadian Journal of Public Health 112 (1), 107-114, 2021
122021
Stable prevalence of chronic back disorders across gender, age, residence, and physical activity in Canadian adults from 2007 to 2014
A Angarita-Fonseca, C Trask, T Shah, B Bath
BMC Public Health 19 (1), 1121, 2019
82019
Influence of the Natural and Built Environment on Personal Exposure to Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) in Cyclists Using City Designated Bicycle Routes
J Gilliland, M Maltby, X Xu, I Luginaah, T Shah
Urban Science 2 (4), 2018
82018
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