Geographic Information Systems and Chronic Kidney Disease: Racial Disparities, Rural Residence and Forecasting
Provides an overview of geographic information systems (GIS) concepts and techniques. Examines how GIS has been used to study socioeconomic factors that contribute to chronic kidney disease. Explores race, poverty, and rural residence in relation to planning for renal services geographically.
Rudolph A. Rodriguez, John R. Hotchkiss, Ann M. O'Hare
Journal of Nephrology, 26(1), 3-15
Health conditions · Research methods and resources · Social determinants of health · Technology for health and human services