below are the workshop participants, including their
affiliation and a sample publication.
Principal investigators and organisers
Michael Buzzelli, Department of Geography, University
of British Columbia
M., Jerrett, M., Burnett, R., Finklestein, N., 2003.
Spatiotemporal perspectives on air pollution and environmental
justice in Hamilton, Canada, 1985-1996. Annals of the
Association of American Geographers 93, 3, 557-573.
Gerry Veenstra, Department of Anthropology and
Sociology, University of British Columbia
Gerry. 2002. Social capital and health (plus wealth,
income inequality and regional health governance). Social
Science and Medicine 54, 6, 849-868.
Tony Blakely Health Research Council Senior Research
Fellow, and Principal Investigator New Zealand Census-Mortality
Study Department of Public Health, Wellington School
P, Wilson N, Blakely T. Introduction. In: Howden-Chapman
P, Tobias M, editors. Social Inequalities in Health
in New Zealand: New Zealand 1999. Wellington, NZ: Ministry
of Health, 2000:1-7.
David Briggs Professor of Environment and Health
Sciences, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health
Division, Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College Science,
Technology and Medicine.
DJ, de Hoogh C, Gulliver J. 2002. “A comparison
of techniques for modelling exposure to traffic-related
air pollution in contrasting urban environments.”
Epidemiology 13 (4): 103 – 114 (July).
John Cairney Research Scientist, Health Systems
Research & Consulting Unit, CAMH Assistant Professor,
Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto.
J, Wade TJ. (2002) “The influence of age on gender
differences in depression: Further population-based
evidence on the link between menopause and the sex difference
in depression.” Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric
Epidemiology 37: 401-408.
Anthony Gatrell Professor of the Geography of Health
and Director of the Institute for Health Research, Lancaster
C. Gatrell, Juliet C. Harman, Brian J. Francis, Carol
Thomas, Sara M. Morris and Malcolm McIllmurray. “Place
of death: analysis of cancer deaths in part of North
West England.” Journal of Public Health Medicine
Michael Hayes Associate Director of the Institute
for Health Research and Education, Simon Fraser University.
Hayes. ‘Ecologic confounders’ in the context
of a spatial analysis of the air pollution-mortality
relationship. Invited commentary on “Spatial analysis
of the air pollution- mortality relationship in the
context of ecologic confounders” by M. Jerrett
et al. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health
Michael Jerrett Associate Professor, School of
Geography and Geology, McMaster University.
M., R. Burnett, A. Willis, D. Krewski, M.S. Goldberg,
P. DeLuca, N. Finkelstein. 2002. “Spatial analysis
of the air pollution-mortality relationship in the context
of ecologic confounders”. Journal of Toxicology
and Environmental Health. In press.
Shona Kelly Lecturer in Social Epidemiology, School
of Community Health Sciences, University of Nottingham
A, Kelly S, Demers PA, Mustard C, Hertzman C. “A
comparison between the Effort-Reward Imbalance and Demand
Control Models.” BMC Public Health 2003, 3:10.
Juliana Maantay Assistant Professor, Director of
Geographic Information Science Certificate Program,
Lehman College, City University of New York.
J., 2002. Mapping environmental injustices: Pitfalls
and potential of geographic information systems in assessing
environmental health and equity. Environmental Health
Perspectives Supplements 110(2): 161-171.
Eva Rehfuess, World Health Organization, Protection
of the Human Environment.
Kee Warner Associate Professor in the Department
of Sociology, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
J, Warner, K et al. 2002. “Urban environmental
justice indices.” Professional Geographer 54,
Keith Warriner Associate Professor and Chair, Department
of Sociology, University of Waterloo.
Goyder, G. Keith Warriner and Susan Miller, "Evaluating
SES Bias in Survey Nonresponse: A New Measure,"
Journal of Official Statistics, 18, 1 (2002).