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Second International ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on HealthGIS (HealthGIS'13) - Accepted Papers

Accepted Papers

  1. Dominik Allemann and Martin Raubal. Towards Healthification of Urban Mobility.
  2. Luciano Andrade, Catherine Lynch, Atilio Barbeito, Eliane Maria Spiecker, Joao Ricardo Vissoci, Clarissa Rodrigues, Oscar Nihei and Maria Dalva Barros Carvalho. Spatial Distribution of Ischemic Heart Disease Mortality in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
  3. Joey Bartley, Jonathon Forsyth, Prachi Pendse, Da Xin, Garrett Brown, Paul Hagseth, Ashish Agrawal, Daniel Goldberg and Tracy Hammond. World of Workout: A Contextual Mobile RPG to Encourage Long Term Fitness.
  4. Daniel Goldberg, Myles Cockburn, Tracy Hammond, Geoffrey Jacquez, Daniel Janies, Craig Knoblock, Werner Kuhn, Edward Pultar and Martin Raubal. Envisioning a Future for a Spatial-Health CyberGIS Marketplace.
  5. Ori Gudes and Wayne Usher. A Multi-Dimensional Approach to Measure the Use of Social Media Tools in Accessing Health Information: A Case Study of Griffith University Students, Queensland, Australia.
  6. Tayyab Ikram Shah and Scott Bell. Exploring the Intra-Urban Variations in the Relationship among Geographic Accessibility to PHC Services and Socio-demographic Factors.
  7. Sarah Hosein, Raid Al-Tahir and Bheshem Ramlal. Spatiotemporal Analysis of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever and Dengue Shock Syndrome Incidence within Trinidad, West Indies.
  8. Liang Mao. Cost-Effectiveness of Workplace Closure and Travel Restriction for Mitigating Influenza Outbreaks: A Network-based Simulation.
  9. Simon Moncrieff and Geoff West. A Web Service for the Dynamic Linkage and Visualisation of Multivariate Spatiotemporal Information.
  10. Recinda Sherman, Kevin Henry and David Lee. The impact of data quality on spatial analysis of cancer registry data: the example of missing stage at diagnosis and late-stage colorectal cancer.
  11. Martin Tomko, Richard Sinnott, Christopher Bayliss, Gerson Galang, Tristan Chadwick and James Cosford. A Lightweight Authorization Mechanism for Spatially Enabled Health Data Services.
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