James Falconer
James Falconer
PhD candidate, department of Sociology, McGill University
Verified email at mail.mcgill.ca
TitleCited byYear
Pathway from poor self-rated health to mortality: explanatory power of disease diagnosis
J Falconer, A Quesnel-Vallée
Social Science & Medicine 190, 227-236, 2017
52017
The impact of child restraint legislation on the incidence of severe paediatric injury in Chile
JI Nazif-Muñoz, G Gariépy, J Falconer, A Gong, A Macpherson
Injury prevention 23 (5), 291-296, 2017
52017
Les disparités d’accès aux soins de santé parmi la minorité de langue officielle au Québec
J Falconer, A Quesnel-Vallée
Recherches sociographiques 55 (3), 511-529, 2014
42014
Are child passenger fatalities and child passenger severe injuries equally affected by child restraint legislation? The case of Chile
JI Nazif-Muñoz, J Falconer, A Gong
International journal of injury control and safety promotion 24 (4), 501-509, 2017
32017
Dynamic measure of self-rated health predicts mortality up to 16 years Prior in the US and Canada
J Falconer, A Quesnel-Vallée, M Taylor
GERONTOLOGIST 55, 824-824, 2015
22015
Photovoice Participatory-Action Research Design and Adaptations for Adverse Fieldwork Conditions
J Falconer
SAGE Research Methods Cases, 2014
22014
The moderating effect of sociodemographic factors on the predictive power of self-rated health for mortality in Canada
J Falconer, A Quesnel-Vallée
Canadian Studies in Population 44 (1-2), 77-99, 2017
12017
Electronic page
JI Nazif-Muñoz, G Gariépy, J Falconer, A Gong, A Macpherson, ...
INJURY 5, 23, 2017
2017
The Predictive Power of Self-rated Health for Mortality Across National, Epidemiologic, and Socioeconomic Contexts
J Falconer
McGill University Libraries, 2017
2017
Exploring the short-term effects of Chile's child restraint legislation
JI Nazif-Munoz, J Falconer, A Gong, G Gariepy
Traffic Injury Prevention 17 (S1), 175-178, 2016
2016
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