Nathaniel Bell
Nathaniel Bell
Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Surgery, University of British Columbia
Verified email at vch.ca
TitleCited byYear
Deprivation indices, population health and geography: an evaluation of the spatial effectiveness of indices at multiple scales
N Schuurman, N Bell, JR Dunn, L Oliver
Journal of urban health 84 (4), 591-603, 2007
1782007
Towards the construction of place‐specific measures of deprivation: a case study from the Vancouver metropolitan area
N Bell, N Schuurman, L Oliver, MV Hayes
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 51 (4), 444-461, 2007
662007
A two-stage cluster sampling method using gridded population data, a GIS, and Google Earth TM imagery in a population-based mortality survey in Iraq
LP Galway, N Bell, SAE Al Shatari, A Hagopian, G Burnham, A Flaxman, ...
International journal of health geographics 11 (1), 12, 2012
622012
The spatial epidemiology of trauma: the potential of geographic information science to organize data and reveal patterns of injury and services
N Schuurman, SM Hameed, R Fiedler, N Bell, RK Simons
Canadian journal of surgery 51 (5), 389, 2008
542008
Modelling optimal location for pre-hospital helicopter emergency medical services
N Schuurman, NJ Bell, R L'Heureux, SM Hameed
BMC emergency medicine 9 (1), 6, 2009
502009
GIS and injury prevention and control: history, challenges, and opportunities
N Bell, N Schuurman
International journal of environmental research and public health 7 (3 …, 2010
422010
The Vancouver Area Neighbourhood Deprivation Index (Vandix): a census-based tool for assessing small-area variations in health status
N Bell, MV Hayes
Canadian Journal of Public Health/Revue Canadienne de Sante'e Publique, S28-S32, 2012
402012
Are injuries spatially related? Join–count spatial autocorrelation for small-area injury analysis
N Bell, N Schuurman, SM Hameed
Injury Prevention 14 (6), 346-353, 2008
402008
A small-area population analysis of socioeconomic status and incidence of severe burn/fire-related injury in British Columbia, Canada
NJ Bell, N Schuurman, SM Hameed
Burns 35 (8), 1133-1141, 2009
382009
A model for identifying and ranking need for trauma service in nonmetropolitan regions based on injury risk and access to services
N Schuurman, N Bell, MS Hameed, R Simons
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 65 (1), 54-62, 2008
382008
A multilevel analysis of the socio-spatial pattern of assault injuries in greater Vancouver, British Columbia
N Bell, N Schuurman, SM Hameed
Canadian Journal of Public Health 100 (1), 73-77, 2009
352009
Does direct transport to provincial burn centres improve outcomes? A spatial epidemiology of severe burn injury in British Columbia, 2001–2006
N Bell, R Simons, SM Hameed, N Schuurman, S Wheeler
Canadian journal of surgery 55 (2), 110, 2012
212012
Are we failing our rural communities? Motor vehicle injury in British Columbia, Canada, 2001–2007
N Bell, RK Simons, N Lakha, SM Hameed
Injury 43 (11), 1888-1891, 2012
192012
A predeployment trauma team training course creates confidence in teamwork and clinical skills: a post-Afghanistan deployment validation study of Canadian Forces healthcare …
T McLaughlin, P Hennecke, NR Garraway, DC Evans, M Hameed, ...
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 71 (5), S487-S493, 2011
132011
Analyzing the effects of place on injury: Does the choice of geographic scale and zone matter?
SM Hameed, N Bell, N Schuurman
Open Medicine 4 (4), e171, 2010
132010
Building an integrated cadastral fabric for higher resolution socioeconomic spatial data analysis
N Schuurman, A Leszczynski, R Fiedler, D Grund, N Bell
Progress in spatial data handling, 897-920, 2006
132006
Census-based socioeconomic indicators for monitoring injury causes in the USA: a review
N Bell, A Arrington, SA Adams
Injury Prevention 21 (4), 278-284, 2015
112015
Are we homogenising risk factors for public health surveillance? Variability in severe injuries on First Nations reserves in British Columbia, 2001–5
N Bell, N Schuurman, SM Hameed, N Caron
Injury Prevention 17 (6), 394-400, 2011
112011
Ghost direction detection and other innovations for Ms. Pac-Man
N Bell, X Fang, R Hughes, G Kendall, E O'Reilly, S Qiu
Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE Conference on Computational Intelligence and …, 2010
112010
Vulnerability to pedestrian trauma: Demographic, temporal, societal, geographic, and environmental factors
SE Lord, S Hameed, N Schuurman, N Bell, R Simons, B Chir
British Columbia Medical Journal 52 (3), 136-143, 2010
92010
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