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Emerging New Researchers in the Geographies of Health & Impairment (ENRGHI)

Emerging New Researchers in the Geographies of Health & Impairment (ENRGHI)

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Publié le mardi 30 mars 2010 par Karim Hammou

Résumé

Le quinzième colloque international « Emerging New Researchers in the Geographies of Health & Impairment (ENRGHI) » se tiendra à l’Institut de géographie de Paris les 10 et 11 juin 2010. Ouvert aux étudiants inscrits en master 2, doctorat ou post-doctorat en géographie de la santé ou épidémiologie spatiale, ce colloque permet de présenter et de discuter des recherches innovantes dans un environnement scientifique convivial.

Annonce

ENRGHI est un colloque annuel itinérant ouvert aux étudiants inscrits en master 2, doctorat ou post-doctorat en géographie de la santé ou épidémiologie spatiale. Ce colloque permet aux jeunes chercheurs de présenter et discuter des recherches innovantes auprès d'un auditoire international, dans un environnement convivial favorisant les échanges et l'émulation scientifique. Il offre un espace d'échange pour les jeunes chercheurs partageant un intérêt commun pour la santé et ses variations dans l'espace et le temps. Ces journées sont toujours l'occasion de faire des rencontres fructueuses et stimulantes entre géographes de la santé et de développer des compétences nouvelles dans ce champ de recherche. ENRGHI a visité nombre d'universités à travers le Royaume-Uni. Pour sa 15ème édition, le colloque arrive en France pour la première fois : il sera organisé les 10 et 11 juin 2010 à l'Institut de Géographie de Paris (191 rue Saint Jacques, 75005 Paris).

Les inscriptions pour participer au colloque sont désormais ouvertes sur :

http://www.irdes.fr/EspaceRecherche/Colloques/ENRGHI2010/RegistrationForm.htm

Attention : le paiement est requis pour valider l'inscription. 

COMITE D'ORGANISATION : 

Morgan BERGER (UMR Espace et Sociétés, Université Rennes 2), Magali COLDEFY (IRDES, UMR Géographie-Cités, Université Paris 1), Charlotte DE FONTGALLAND (Laboratoire Espace, Santé et Territoire, Université Paris 10), Charlène LE NEINDRE (UMR Géographie-Cités, Université Paris 7), Sébastien TUSSEAU (UMR Espaces et Sociétés, Université d’Angers), Renaud WATEL (UMR Géographie-Cités, Université Paris 1), Institut de Recherche et Documentation en Economie de la Santé.

COMITE SCIENTIFIQUE :

Jeanne-Marie AMAT-ROZE (Université Paris 12), Sophie BAUDET-MICHEL (Université Paris 7), Morgan BERGER (Université Rennes 2), Hélène CHARREIRE (Unité de Recherche en Épidémiologie Nutritionnelle, Université Paris 13), Magali COLDEFY (IRDES, Université Paris 1), Charlotte DE FONTGALLAND (Université Paris 10), Gabriel DUPUY (Université Paris 1), Anne-Cécile HOYEZ (Université de Poitiers), Charlène LE NEINDRE (Université Paris 7), Véronique LUCAS-GABRIELLI (IRDES), Denise PUMAIN (Université Paris 1), Stéphane RICAN (Université Paris 10), Sébastien TUSSEAU (Université d’Angers), Alain VAGUET (Université de Rouen), Julie VALLEE (INSERM, Université Paris 6), Renaud WATEL (Université Paris 1). 

PRE-PROGRAMME : 

Thursday 10th June 

PLENARY SESSION 

Tim Brown, Secretary/Treasurer of GHRG, Queen Mary University of London, UK

Gérard Salem, Professor, University of Paris 10, France, Original aspects of the French approach of the Geography of Health 

THEMATIC SESSIONS 

Session 1: Health policies

  • DUCHENE Catherine, University of Paris Dauphine, France, Territory and LTC regulation
  • MC GARROL Sarah, University of St Andrews, Scotland, Exploring and understanding factors which influence patient engagement and attendance at cardiac rehabilitation programmes in NHS Fife: initial findings
  • SCODELLARO Claire, INED, France, The role of implementation of emergency services and cardiovascular units in the evolution of cardiovascular mortality: a use of geographic variations
  • SOULIES Dorian, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, Improving the knowledge of operational activities of emergency services using spatio-temporal analysis
  • LE GOFF Erwann, University of Rennes 2, France, “Healthy cities” in France: which issues for urban politics?
  • MATERA Giovanni, EHESS, France, The policies of proximity and the European model of activation. The case of Basaglia’s heritage in the Friuli-Venezia region

Session 2: Neighborhood and health I

  • GRILLO Francesca, University of Paris 6, INSERM, Women’s health and inequalities: does residence area play a role? The case of cervical screening test in Paris metropolitan area
  • SALZE Paul, University of Strasbourg, France, An individual-based model for the study of the obesity epidemic in French adolescents
  • BURGOINE Thomas, Newcastle University, UK, An Obesogenic North East ? A study into the links between obesity and the foodscape across twenty years 1980-2000
  • CASEY Romain, University of Lyon I, France, Dietary and physical activity habits and spatial accessibility of food stores and sports facilities in French pre-adolescents (the ELIANE project)
  • MEDFORD Wayne, University of Durham, UK, An urban park and its relation to local residents’ health and well-being: an overview of thesis research to date
  • DARYLL Archibald, University of St Andrews, Scotland, Does area regeneration improve residents’ health and well-being?

Session 3: Risk and exposure geographies

  • MEHA Christelle, University of Paris 4, France, Methods for mapping and assessing human exposure to Lyme disease: a case study in a suburban forest of France
  • TSCHIRHART Céline, University of Strasbourg, IRD, France, Mercury in the Rio Beni (Bolivian Amazon): from a contaminated nature to an unequal exposition downstream from Rurrenabaque
  • BORDERON Marion, University of Aix-en-Provence, France, Urban malaria in Brazzaville: local heterogeneity and global stake
  • PIERRAT Charlotte, University of Paris 1, France, For a territorial diagnosis of health risk on a fine scale: an attempt to modeling environmental variables of malaria (South Benin)

Session 4: Neighborhood and health II

  • GODILLON Sylvanie, University of Paris 1, INRETS, Higher injury rates in deprived areas: how to measure the influence of mobility and residential neighbourhoods?
  • VALLEE Julie, University of Paris 6, INSERM, France, Depression and daily mobility in Paris metropolitan area
  • GUYARD Audrey, University of Grenoble, France, Relationship between geographical variations in participation and the environment in children with cerebral palsy
  • EDWARDS Michaela, University of Lancaster, UK, Coping with stress in the workplace: a geographical social construction? 

Session 5: Infectious diseases

  • PERCHOUX Camille, University of Aix-en-Provence, France, Consider a synthesis tool to malaria analysis
  • ONYEAHIALAM Ijeoma Anthonia, University of Newcastle, UK, A mixed spatial methodological approach in data generation for a spatio-temporal MIS
  • ECKHARDT Rose, Mc Gill University, Canada, Assessing the potential for autochthonous malaria transmission in Canada: an Ontario case study 

Session 6: Mobility, migration and health

  • BOULANGER Claire, University of Poitiers, France, Transnational community as an actor in the health systems of the sending area: the Malians living in France
  • PLARD Mathilde, University of Angers, France, Spatial aspects related to health issues: migration and health
  • KRETOWICZ Pawel, Jagiellonian University of Cracow, Poland, Population mobility and health outcomes in mountainous areas on the example of the Polish Carpathians 

Poster session

  • McFANN Hudson, University of Ohio State, USA, Legacies of extraction: landfills and environmental health in Appalachian Ohio, USA
  • MEJRI Wahidi, University of Paris 1, France, Healthcare development in Tunisia
  • BIG-CANOE Katie, University of Western Ontario, Canada, First Nations youth along northern Lake Superior: perceptions of their health and school environments
  • COTICHELLI Giordano, Politecnica delle Marche University, Italy, Regional distribution of postpartum depressive symptoms in Italy
  • GODILLON Sylvanie, University of Paris 1, France, Environmental justice and road traffic : a typology of neighbourhoods by accident density in Dresden, Germany
  • LE NEINDRE Charlène, University of Paris 7, France, A multi-scale approach links between geographical contexts and population health: asthma in western France
  • RIAHI Mustapha, University of Paris 1, France, The thermal environment in summer in a coastal city in Tunisia: the case of the city of Tunis

Friday 11th June 

PLENARY SESSION 

Eric Daudé, University of Rouen, France, Multi-Agent Modelling and Health

ENRGHI Business Meeting (including hustings for ENRGHI 2011) 

THEMATIC SESSIONS 

Session 7: Health care and accessibility

  • BERGER Morgan, University of Rennes 2, France, Assessing the accessibility to health care for hemophiliac patients: the case of a French region
  • BAYER Florian, Biomedicine Agency, France, Using a gravity model for allocation of livers to transplant
  • LEFEBVRE Bertrand, University of Rouen, France, A hospital too far? Of poor patients, private hospitals and spatial analysis in Delhi
  • UEBERSCHAR Nicole, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany, Modeling of catchment areas for health facilities in Africa 

Session 8: Disability and ageing geographies

  • ANDRE Evelyne, University of Paris 1, France, Disability and home for the elder
  • RAPEGNO Noémie, EHESS, France, Living in medico-social residences for disabled people and shaping one’s life: the physically disabled people’s residential path life in question
  • PETIT Mélanie, University of Rouen, France, Neurodegenerative diseases care places, health places?
  • BORIOLI Jason, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, Bidimensional regression beyond goodness-of-fit: measuring geometric distortions in urban mental maps produced by blind people, wheelchair users and people without disabilities 

Session 9: Spatial inequalities of health

  • CLEMENS Tom, University of St Andrews, Scotland, Unemployment and mortality in Scotland: towards a causal explanation
  • TERASHIMA Mikiko, Dalhousie University, Canada, Temporal trends of life expectancy and health deficiency across regions in Nova Scotia, Canada
  • PUYO Béatrice, University of Tours, France, Geography of Health in Lebanon
  • DE FONTGALLAND Charlotte, University of Paris 10, France, Spatial health inequalities in Cantal
  • OVIASU Osaretin, University of Sheffield, UK, Spatial analysis of chronic kidney disease in Nigeria: case study in Edo State 

Session 10: Representation, culture and health

  • DROUIN Catherine, University of Sherbrooke, Canada, Do linguistic barriers have an impact on health disparities in Québec? A look at the situation for myocardial infarction cases
  • MOBILLION Virginie, University of Paris 10, IRD, France, The paradox of national integration through health care practices: the case of Lao PDR
  • WINKELMANN Till, University of Bonn, Germany, The relationship between risk perception, health conceptions and stigmatization in the case of HIV/AIDS – research results from urban Ethiopia and rural Malawi
  • SCHMIDT-EHRMANN Marie-José, University of Paris 1, France, Information and communication on transmissible diseases: the case of dengue in Noumea and in Papeete 

Closing session

Catégories

Lieux

  • Institut de Géographie de Paris, 191 rue Saint Jacques
    Paris, France

Dates

  • jeudi 10 juin 2010
  • vendredi 11 juin 2010

Fichiers attachés

Mots-clés

  • géographie de la santé, épidémiologie spatiale

Contacts

  • Magali Coldefy
    courriel : Coldefy [at] irdes [dot] fr

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • Charlène Le Neindre
    courriel : c [dot] leneindre [at] parisgeo [dot] cnrs [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Emerging New Researchers in the Geographies of Health & Impairment (ENRGHI) », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le mardi 30 mars 2010, http://calenda.org/200704