The following conference papers and articles
on GIS In Public Health issues were presented by RPM partner Elio Spinello, MPH, Ed.D.
Problem-based learning in public health instruction: a pilot study of an online simulation as a problem-based learning approach.
From the Global Health Network, Epidemiology Supercourse Lecture on
to the Use of Geographic Information Systems in Public Health
A Public Health
for Conducting Community Health Needs Assessment
Using GIS In
Health Care: UCLA Medical Center Case Study
GIS to Analyze Geographic Patterns of Acute Myocardial Infarction In Los
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