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  • Medical geography: taking space seriously
  • Health ; Health policy ; Locality ; Management ; Medical geography ; Medical services
  • Gestion ; Géographie médicale ; Localité ; Politique de la santé ; Santé ; Services de santé
  • 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
  • to which the disciplinary reawakening has penetrated the medical geographic consciousness.
  • Spatial differences in Hungarian medical tourism supply based on service providers’ online presence
  • Cooperation ; Health ; Hungary ; Internet ; Medical services ; Medical tourism ; Spatial differentiation ; Spatial distribution ; Supply ; Tourism
  • Coopération ; Différenciation spatiale ; Distribution spatiale ; Hongrie ; Internet ; Offre ; Santé ; Services de santé ; Tourisme ; Tourisme médical
  • of healthcare and tourism on the one hand, and the spatial distribution of medical services and treatments on the other hand. - (AM)
  • The paper presents the findings of an Internet-based research project that aims to explore the fundamental characteristics of medical tourism in Hungary. The key issues discussed in the framework of the analysis are the interrelationship
  • 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
  • Arabie saoudite ; Formation professionnelle ; Médecine ; Service ; Services de santé ; Télécommunication ; Télématique
  • 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.
  • Physician proletarianization and medical care restructuring in Argentina and Uruguay
  • Argentina ; Medical doctor ; Medical service ; Medicine ; Occupation ; Professional qualifications ; Services ; Social reproduction ; Uruguay
  • Argentine ; Médecin ; Médecine ; Profession ; Qualification professionnelle ; Reproduction sociale ; Service ; Services de santé ; Uruguay
  • The paper traces the loss of physician control over the conditions of their work since the turn of the century. Medical care in both countries has responded to the forces of ethnicity, class, and changing medical technology. The labor theory
  • Myth and reality in the availability of free medical care : the case of Poland
  • Accessibilité ; Aire d'influence ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Pologne ; Santé ; Service ; Services de santé ; Soins ; Structure spatiale
  • The institutional organization of the health care system is presented. Then the problem of availability of medical aid is discussed. Finally, an explanation of the existing situation is attempted.
  • An application of multiattribute utility theory to the planning of emergency medical services
  • Approximation quadratique ; Délai de réponse ; Fonction d'utilité multiple ; Géographie humaine ; Optimisation ; Planification ; Santé ; Service médical d'urgence ; Services d'urgence ; Théorie de l'utilité ; Théorie économique
  • Accessibility ; Economic efficiency ; Emergency services ; Location ; Location choice ; Medical services ; Model ; Service
  • Accessibilité ; Choix du site ; Efficacité économique ; Localisation ; Modèle ; Service ; Services d'urgence ; Services de santé
  • The accurate estimation of expected coverage is an important issue in the application of set covering approaches to emergency medical service location problems. The findings suggest that none of the expected covering models is consistently more
  • An integrated approach to measuring potential spatial access to health care services
  • Accessibility ; Index ; Market area ; Medical services ; Service ; Spatial analysis ; United States
  • Accessibilité ; Aire de marché ; Analyse spatiale ; Etats-Unis ; Indice ; Service ; Services de santé
  • The A. presents an integrated approach to measure potential spatial access to health care services. The final index starts with an initial gravity formulation and progresses through successive stages. It is applied to the ambulatory medical care
  • Quantitative indices for medical and personnel facilities. A model for better reallocation of resources in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Allocation ; Innovation ; Medical service ; Medicine ; Planning ; Regional disparities ; Saudi Arabia ; Services
  • Allocation ; Arabie saoudite ; Disparités régionales ; Innovation ; Médecine ; Planification ; Ressources humaines ; Service ; Services de santé
  • Saudi Arabia enjoys a high standard of medical facilities, but there is a maldistribution of resources and personnel between regions and urban/rural areas. Innovative indices are used for the reallocation to censure even distribution of services
  • Locating emergency medical services in small town and rural settings
  • Canada ; Location ; Medical service ; Ontario ; Services ; Small town ; Time-distance
  • Canada ; Distance-temps ; Localisation ; Ontario ; Petite ville ; Service ; Services d'urgence ; Services de santé
  • A l'aide de comparaison des distances-temps et des techniques de localisation-allocation, quelques aspects de la planification de services médicaux d'urgence sont présentés, dans le cadre de la région plutôt rurale de Kingston (Ontario, Canada).
  • Recherche sur les services de santé
  • Europe ; Health ; Medical geography ; Medical services ; Methodology ; Social geography
  • Europe ; Géographie médicale ; Géographie sociale ; Méthodologie ; Santé ; Services de santé
  • Journey to asylum: a medical-geographical idea in historical context
  • Distance travelled ; England ; Health ; Historical geography ; Medical geography ; Medical services ; Nineteenth Century ; United Kingdom
  • Distance parcourue ; England ; Géographie historique ; Géographie médicale ; Royaume-Uni ; Santé ; Santé mentale ; Services de santé ; Siècle 19
  • 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
  • Germany ; Health ; Hessen ; Location ; Medical services ; Planning
  • Allemagne ; Hessen ; Localisation ; Planification ; Santé ; Services de santé
  • The article shows the starting conditions of the ambulatory medical care as exemplified within different parts of Hessen. The currently used planning tools of control, especially with respect to its influence on the medical care situation
  • , are analyzed as well. The paper deals with ambulatory medical care, the medical infrastructure, the requirement planning, the location factor, the spatial planning and the regional development. - (IfL)
  • Highway fatal accidents and accessibility of emergency medical services
  • Accessibilité ; Equipement médical ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Mortalité ; Route ; Santé ; Service ; Service d'urgence ; Texas ; Trafic routier
  • Evaluation des risques de décès par accident de la route en fonction de l'accessibilité aux services médicaux d'urgence du Texas. De grandes inégalités, notamment en milieu rural, permettent d'envisager des gains considérables de vies humaines. (HP).
  • 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
  • Amérique latine ; Analyse spatiale ; Endémie tropicale ; Géographie médicale ; Maladie ; Monde caraïbe ; Pathologie régionale ; Recherche ; Santé ; Services de santé
  • . Research was also published on spatial patterns of health and disease and the provision of health services.―(DWG)
  • Response time and its significance in medical emergencies
  • Equipement médical ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Localisation ; Modèle ; Optimisation ; Santé ; Seattle ; Service ; Service d'urgence ; Temps de réponse ; Washington State
  • 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.
  • Shopping around? Consumerism and the use of private accident and medical clinics in Auckland, New Zealand
  • Behaviour ; Consumption ; Customers ; Economic reform ; Health ; Medical services ; New Zealand
  • Clientèle ; Clinique ; Comportement ; Consommation ; Nouvelle-Zélande ; Réforme économique ; Santé ; Services de santé
  • The AA. review the ideology of health care service as consumerists within the context of the reforms of the New Right. They examine the way in which the reforms have incorporated this ideology. The utilisation behaviour of patients at two recently
  • developed clinics is examined. Patients use clinics because they are convenient and because of the perceived ambience or the new medical environments. Choices for health care continue to be made on the basis of physical access.
  • Enquiry ; Health ; Informal sector ; Medical geography ; Medical services ; Service ; Young people ; Zimbabwe
  • Enquête ; Géographie médicale ; Harare ; Jeunes ; Santé ; Secteur informel ; Service ; Services de santé ; Zimbabwe
  • 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
  • Accessibilité ; Choix spatial ; Comportement des consommateurs ; East Anglia ; England ; Mesure ; Royaume-Uni ; Service ; Services de santé ; Temps de transport
  • The A. presents three basic components of the social infrastructure, i.e. educational system, cultural activities and medical system, including problems concerning the functioning of the medical care and medical services during the period