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HealthGIS : managing health geospatially /
editors, Nitin Kumar Tripathi, P.K. Joshi, Hamid Mehmood.
imprint
New Delhi : The Energy and Resources Institute, [2011]
description
xiv, 226 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
ISBN
8179933253 (pbk.), 9788179933251
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imprint
New Delhi : The Energy and Resources Institute, [2011]
isbn
8179933253 (pbk.)
9788179933251
abstract
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Health GIS, held at New Delhi during 5-6 August 2011.
catalogue key
9497363
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Health GIS, held at New Delhi during 5-6 August 2011.
Main Description
Human health has always been a priority for our well-being. It is influenced by the location of initiation, spread and services available and more importantly, by facilities that make such services more effective and affordable while optimizing resource use and deliverance. To this, geoinformatics help leveraging limited resources and multiply the positive impact of benefits of individuals, families, and society.& ; & ; This edited volume includes the art of this technology for investigating, assessment, monitoring and developing management plans for early warning of emerging diseases from dreaded epidemics. It is the collection of most recent research initiatives, approaches and innovations using GIS, remote sensing, and GPS around the globe to develop practical applications of public health knowledge to personal health intervention.& ; & ; Both researchers and policy-makers can benefit from the experiences and evaluation of the studies.

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