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  • Medical geography: taking space seriously
  • Health ; Health policy ; Locality ; Management ; Medical geography ; Medical services
  • to which the disciplinary reawakening has penetrated the medical geographic consciousness.
  • The AA. begin with a discussion of the role of locality in health planning. Next they consider the limited literature in medical geography which has taken a more overtly theoretical perspective on the role of locality. They consider the extent
  • Természeti adottsagaink orvosfoldrajzi vizsgalata A medical geographical investigation of the physical potentials of Hungary
  • The unique geographical endowments of the Carpathian basin. The number of mineral wells are estimated to be at 4000 and spas at 200. It describes their medical effects, too. - (DLO)
  • Journey to asylum: a medical-geographical idea in historical context
  • Distance travelled ; England ; Health ; Historical geography ; Medical geography ; Medical services ; Nineteenth Century ; United Kingdom
  • This paper investigates a specific geographical idea (importance of distance-decay patterns in the utilisation of medical or mental health facilities) and the objective is to illuminate the historical-geographical contexts in which the idea
  • Virtual medical geographies : conceptualizing telemedicine and regionalization
  • Ethics ; Health ; Medical geography ; Network ; Regionalization ; Technology ; Telemedicine ; Territoriality
  • The paper introduces a range of issues bound up with telemedicine and medical care regionalization and offers a geographical conceptualization of those issues through a synthesis of ideas from several literatures. It examines the formation
  • Telemedicine and telepharmaceutical services : a model to improve maldistribution of medical resources between regions and urban/rural sectors in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Medical service ; Medicine ; Professional training ; Saudi Arabia ; Services ; Telecommunications ; Telematics
  • A national satellite telecommunication model, which can be started by using Arabsat, was proposed to overcome the self-limiting geographical barrier and the maldistribution of clinical resources in the Kingdom. Implementation of services shall have
  • an implication on improving the competency of medical staff, and better utilization of medical resources.
  • Medical geographic research in Latin America and the Caribbean in the 1980s and beyond
  • Caribbean ; Disease ; Health ; Latin America ; Medical geography ; Medical services ; Regional pathology ; Research ; Spatial analysis ; Tropical endemic disease
  • Geographical research on disease ecology in the 1980s has examined the role of environmental characteristics in the distribution of particular diseases and the contribution of ecological and socioeconomic variables to differential risk of infection
  • Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) in Asia : a medical geographic perspective
  • China ; Diffusion ; Epidemiology ; Guangdong ; Health ; Medical geography ; Modelling ; Risk ; Singapore ; Taiwan ; Vietnam
  • Response time and its significance in medical emergencies
  • Geographers have been increasingly involved in emergency medical-services planning. Of particular importance has been the application of location-optimizing models that minimize ambulance-response time. There has been little research
  • on the importance of response time and its clinical impact. Response time is confirmed as a determinant of patient outcome by the use of emergency medical system in Seattle as a case study.
  • Potential accessibility, travel time, and consumer choice : geographical variations in general medical practice registrations in Eastern England
  • Accessibility ; Consumer behaviour ; East Anglia ; England ; Measurement ; Medical services ; Service ; Spatial choice ; United Kingdom
  • Geographic information systems and health: an educational resource
  • Geographical information system ; Health ; Medical geography ; Teaching of geography
  • Reviews the literature on how geographic information systems can be used to analyze the spatial dimensions of health care and disease ecology. - (DWG)
  • Disease ; Epidemic ; Health ; Hospital facilities ; Medical geography ; Medical services ; Mental illness ; Research
  • for geography, the provision of hospital services and competition as a theme of geographical health system research, the geography of mental health, the concept of therapeutic landscapes, the new dimensions of medical tourism and the rebuilding and structure
  • Geographic pattern of malaria transmission : a case study from Kossi Province, Burkina Faso
  • Burkina ; Epidemic ; Health ; Medical geography ; Rural area ; Seasonality
  • The article deals with the medical geography, the epidemiology and malaria in Burkina Faso. The following case study looks at the geographic and the seasonal patterns of malaria in Kossi Province in the year 2008. Kossi Province is located
  • in western Burkina Faso and is situated in the very north of the Sahelo-Sudanese zone. A closer look at the link between malaria incidence and its geographic determinants shows the coherences. - (IfL)
  • Problemi teorico-metodologici e applicazioni in Atti del Convegno sul tema : La geografia medical oggi . Problèmes de théorie, de méthode, et applications
  • Recueil de 11 communications présentées par des géographes italiens et étrangers, qui traitent de la relation entre santé et milieu. - (MLG)
  • Genetics : a new landscape for medical geography
  • in Vietnam, it argues that this discipline can enhance medical geographic studies of local-level disease environments with quantitative tests of how human–environment interactions influence pathogenic characteristics. In turn, such analyses can expand
  • This article explores the role of landscape in medical geography, the emergent field of landscape genetics, and the great potential that exists in the combination of these two disciplines. Through the example of the spread of the avian influenza
  • Review of the research on geographical distribution of disease mortality in Japan, with particular attention to cerebrovascular disease
  • Research on the geographical distribution mortality from cerebrovascular disease in Japan which has been very influencal in promoting associative analysis in medical geography. It is the major stream of medico-geographical research in Japan. - (SGA)
  • Relations between two traditions of medical geography: health systems planning and geographical epidemiology
  • Methodological approaches on medical care planning from the viewpoint of geographical allocation model
  • Clinically applied medical geography : its role in travel medicine
  • Disease ; Health ; Hospital ; Human geography ; Journey;Trip ; Medical geography ; Medicine ; Preventive medicine ; United States ; Washington D.C.
  • L'A. décrit sa participation en tant que géographe médical à l'étude de cas cliniques au service de médecine tropicale et du voyage de l'université de Washington : Il peut conseiller un voyageur ou participer à un diagnostic, car il a acquis des
  • bases en médecine interne et infectieuse, et connaît la répartition des maladies dans le monde : le géographe médical peut aider le médecin.―(M. Villey).
  • Catchment areas of medical practices and the role played by geographical distance in the patient's choice of doctor
  • Accessibility ; Area of attraction ; Choice of doctor ; Distance ; Germany ; Medical services ; Preference ; Proximity ; Service
  • Bioclimatology ; Climatology ; Concept ; Environment ; Geographic school ; Health ; Human bioclimatology ; Medical geography ; Social anthropology