• Earth and Planetary Sciences

    • Rwanda
    • Risk
    • Investigation
    • Risk Factor
    • Marshland
    • Model
  • Medicine and Dentistry

    • Health
    • Public Health



Transport geography: Implications for public healthGeospatial health, 16(1), Article 1009, 1-2. Amer, S. & Bergquist, R. active transport as a utilitarian and recreational form of sustainable urban mobilityIn Advances in Mobility-as-a-Service Systems: Proceedings of 5th Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility, Virtual CSUM2020, Article Chapter 62 (pp. 635-644). Springer. Arbab, P., Martinez, J., Amer, S. & Pfeffer, K. multidisciplinary student groups at ITC at the University of Twente address global GeoHealth challenges with local actionsNewsletter Arbeitskreis Medizinische Geographie und Geographische Gesundheitsforschung in der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geographie, 2021, 7-10. Anthonj, C., Amer, S. & Pfeffer, K.
Modeling schistosomiasis spatial risk dynamics over time in Rwanda using zero‑inflated Poisson regressionScientific reports, 10(1), Article 19276, 1-9. Nyandwi, E., Osei, F. B., Amer, S. & Veldkamp, A. clustering and region-specific determinants of obesity in the NetherlandsGeospatial health, 15(1), 131-139. Qiu, G., Liu, X., Amiranti, A. Y., Yasini, M., Wu, T., Amer, S. & Jia, P. lifecourse epidemiology reporting standards (ISLE-ReSt) statementHealth & place, 61, Article 102243. Jia, P., Yu, C., Remais, J. V., Stein, A., Liu, Y., Brownson, R. C., Lakerveld, J., Wu, T., Yang, L., Smith, M., Amer, S., Pearce, J., Kestens, Y., Kwan, M.-p., Lai, S., Xu, F., Chen, X., Rundle, A., Xiao, Q., … James, P.
Stunting spatial pattern in Rwanda: An examination of complementary feeding practices, mycotoxins exposure and environmental factors. University of Twente, Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC). Uwiringiyimana, V. spatial pattern in Rwanda: An examination of the demographic, socio-economic and environmental determinantsGeospatial health, 14(2), Article 820, 329-339. Uwiringiyimana, V., Veldkamp, A. & Amer, S. 10 Research Priorities in Spatial Lifecourse EpidemiologyEnvironmental Health Perspectives, 127(7), Article 074501, 1-7. Jia, P., Lakerveld, J., Wu, J., Stein, A., Root, E., Sabel, C., Vermeulen, R., Remais, J., Chen, X., Brownson, R., Amer, S., Xiao, Q., Wang, L., Verschuren, M., Wu, T., Wang, Y. & James, P.



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