Slipping under the radar: worsened health outcomes in semi-urban areas of New Zealand (2020)
CitationMarek L, Wiki J, Campbell M, Kingham S, Sabel C, Tomintz M, Hobbs M (2020). Slipping under the radar: worsened health outcomes in semi-urban areas of New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal. 133(1519). 121-125.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research42 - Health sciences::4202 - Epidemiology::420210 - Social epidemiology
42 - Health sciences::4206 - Public health::420602 - Health equity
44 - Human society::4406 - Human geography::440605 - Health geography
40 - Engineering::4013 - Geomatic engineering::401302 - Geospatial information systems and geospatial data modelling
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