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Wednesday, 21 September 2011
22. Bibliography Academic Literature
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/References)
Abada, T., Hou, F., & Ram, B. (2007).Racially mixed neighborhoods, perceived neighborhood social cohesion, and adolescent health in Canada. Social Science & Medicine (1982), 65(10), 2004-2017. ...
Wednesday, 21 September 2011
23. Summary & Discussion
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Summary & Discussion)
... of academic literature included in the review are associated with Ontario universities.  Although there were many affiliations not provided in the grey literature, those situated in other institutions ...
Wednesday, 21 September 2011
24. Figure 11a-b. Population Health Issues Studied in Academic/Grey Literature Ω
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Key Findings)
The final set of figures (11a and 11b) presents data on the pattern of population health issues or outcomes studied in the academic and grey literatures. Mental health outcomes are the most frequent category ...
Wednesday, 21 September 2011
25. Figure 10a-b. Health Behaviours Studied in Academic/Grey Literature Ω
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Key Findings)
The next two charts outline the distribution of health behaviours studied in the academic and grey literatures. Most of the articles addressed multiple health behaviours. Therefore, there was multiple ...
Wednesday, 21 September 2011
26. Figure 9a-b. Distribution of SDOH Studied in Academic/Grey Literature Ω
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Key Findings)
Figures 9a and 9b outline the relative appearance of various social determinants of health (SDOH) in the literature coded for this review. A broad range of determinants were addressed. First, in the academic ...
Wednesday, 21 September 2011
Figure 8a presents the distribution of sub-populations experiencing inequities in health captured in academic articles. Most of the studies include overlapping sub-population categories, such as Aboriginal ...
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
28. Figure 7a-b. Research Design Distribution in Academic/Grey Literature Ω
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Key Findings)
Of the 173 academic articles, the research designs used were varied (Figure 7a). Quantitative (69.4%), qualitative (28.9%), and longitudinal/cohort (22.0%) research designs prevailed. Other, less frequently ...
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
29. Figure 6a-b. Distribution of Type of Research in Academic/Grey Literature Ω
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Key Findings)
2Ω This symbol denotes multiple coding Figure 6b presents the types of research studies from grey literature included in this review. In contrast to what was found of the academic literature, policy-oriented ...
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
30. Table 1a-b. Location specified in academic/grey literature: Where the research was conducted Ω
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Key Findings)
Often related to the affiliation of first authors is the location of research. Table 1a presents the location where research from academic articles was conducted or the location from where the sample was ...
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
Figure 5a represents first author affiliation of academic literature with institutional faculties/departments. Many of these authors may or may not have multiple (Ω) institutional faculty/departmental ...
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
Figure 4a presents the first author's affiliation with specific Ontario Universities (n= 136) for the academic literature reviewed. The majority of the primary authors are affiliated with the University ...
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
33. Figures 3a-b. Affiliation of First Author in Academic/Grey literature Ω
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Key Findings)
The types of institutions with which the primary (corresponding) authors are primarily affiliated are depicted in Figure 3a and 3b below for the academic and grey literatures. Some of these authors may ...
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
34. Figures 2a-b. Academic/Grey Literature Publication Year Distribution
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Key Findings)
We begin first with a description of the annual distribution of the two sources of literature. Figure 2a demonstrates a steady growth in the publication of peer reviewed academic articles on health equity ...
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
35. Methodological Approach
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Introduction and Method)
...  Identifying relevant academic and grey literature: Because a scoping review should be as comprehensive as possible, we adopted multiple strategies to locate sources within the time frame of 2005-2009. ...
Friday, 16 September 2011
36. Executive Summary
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Introduction and Method)
... Consistent with established scoping review methods, we did not evaluate the methodological quality of academic and grey literature included in this review (Arksey and O’Malley, 2005). The review was guided ...
Friday, 16 September 2011
37. Abstract: Take Home Messages
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Introduction and Method)
... review of 173 academic and 114 grey literature sources published in English or French during the five-year period (2005-2009) include the following: The primary institutional affiliation of the first ...
Friday, 16 September 2011
38. UOttawa Search-Chair in Community Health Nursing
(PHIRN Newsletters/Summer 2011)
... to community health and education, and contribute to the development of nurse researchers and scientists in Community health nursing. Through his/her academic appointment in the University, the Chair will ...
Monday, 01 August 2011
39. PHIRN Library
(PHIRN/Tools for Research)
... and on what population health research is taking place in the province; who is doing the research and how. Search Library The PHIRN library is a searchable repository of academic ...
Tuesday, 19 July 2011
... in their academic or affiliated institution at the time of application. Research must be undertaken at an Ontario-based university (or affiliated research institution) under the mentorship of a PHIRN ...
Tuesday, 05 July 2011