Madeleine Steinmetz-wood
Madeleine Steinmetz-wood
Department of Geography, McGill University
Verified email at umontreal.ca
TitleCited byYear
Does the effect of walkable built environments vary by neighborhood socioeconomic status?
M Steinmetz-Wood, Y Kestens
Preventive medicine 81, 262-267, 2015
172015
Is gentrification all bad? Positive association between gentrification and individual’s perceived neighborhood collective efficacy in Montreal, Canada
M Steinmetz-Wood, R Wasfi, G Parker, L Bornstein, J Caron, Y Kestens
International journal of health geographics 16 (1), 24, 2017
142017
Integrating activity spaces in health research: Comparing the VERITAS activity space questionnaire with 7-day GPS tracking and prompted recall
Y Kestens, B Thierry, M Shareck, M Steinmetz-Wood, B Chaix
Spatial and spatio-temporal epidemiology 25, 1-9, 2018
122018
Measuring the transportation needs of people with developmental disabilities: A means to social inclusion
R Wasfi, M Steinmetz-Wood, D Levinson
Disability and health journal 10 (2), 356-360, 2017
72017
Place matters: A longitudinal analysis measuring the association between neighbourhood walkability and walking by age group and population center size in Canada
R Wasfi, M Steinmetz-Wood, Y Kestens
PloS one 12 (12), e0189472, 2017
52017
Methodological systematic review of studies on social inequalities in smoking among young adults: A field coming of age?
T Gagné, JGL Lee, M Steinmetz-Wood, KL Frohlich
Tobacco Control 28 (5), 566-573, 2019
22019
Do social characteristics influence smoking uptake and cessation during young adulthood?
M Steinmetz-Wood, T Gagné, MP Sylvestre, K Frohlich
International journal of public health 63 (1), 115-123, 2018
22018
Reassessing Urban Health Interventions: Back to the Future with Google Street View Time Machine
RL Cândido, M Steinmetz-Wood, P Morency, Y Kestens
American journal of preventive medicine 55 (5), 662-669, 2018
12018
A Synergistic Approach to Human Rights and Public Health Ethics: Effective or a Source of Conflict?
M Steinmetz-Wood
Université de Montréal. Programmes de bioéthique., 2014
12014
Assessing the micro-scale environment using Google Street View: the Virtual Systematic Tool for Evaluating Pedestrian Streetscapes (Virtual-STEPS)
M Steinmetz-Wood, K Velauthapillai, G O’Brien, NA Ross
BMC public health 19 (1), 1246, 2019
2019
The planning and reporting of mixed methods studies on the built environment and health
M Steinmetz-Wood, P Pluye, NA Ross
Preventive medicine, 105752, 2019
2019
Measuring the transportation needs of people with developmental disabilities: A means to social inclusion
D Levinson, M Steinmetz-Wood, RA Wasfi
Elsevier, 2017
2017
Examining the effect of land-use mix on active transportation: the role of the size and spatial scale of census units
M Steinmetz-Wood, Y Kestens, A Lebel, S Subramanian, S Srinivasan
Transportation Research Board 96th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2017
2017
Assessing inequities in active transportation: Does the effect of walkable built environments vary according to neighbourhood socioeconomic status?
M Steinmetz-Wood
2016
What is the importance of postal codes for health research? Re:(Fuller and Shareck) Canada Post community mailboxes: Implications for health research
Y Kestens, A Naud, M Steinmetz-Wood, J Vallée
Canadian Journal of Public Health 105 (6), e467-e467, 2014
2014
collective efficacy in Montreal, Canada
M Steinmetz-Wood, R Wasfi, G Parker, L Bornstein, J Caron, Y Kestens
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