His primary scientific interests are in Health care, Health equity, Environmental health, Social determinants of health and Demography. His Health care research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Travel behavior, Actuarial science and Demographic economics. His Demographic economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as TRIPS architecture, Demographic change and Public health.
In his work, Self-rated health and Canada Health Act is strongly intertwined with Population health, which is a subfield of Health equity. His Environmental health research spans across into subjects like Air pollution exposure, Air pollution, Extramural, Air quality index and Environmental monitoring. The study incorporates disciplines such as Immigration and Census in addition to Demography.
His main research concerns Immigration, Demographic economics, Demography, Census and Health care. His study in Immigration is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Economic growth, Public relations, Refugee, Service provider and Microdata. His research in Demographic economics intersects with topics in Rural area, Development economics, General Social Survey and Human capital.
He usually deals with Demography and limits it to topics linked to Internal migration and Socioeconomic status. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Health care, Public health is strongly linked to Environmental health. His research on Social determinants of health also deals with topics like
K. Bruce Newbold mostly deals with Immigration, Demographic economics, Refugee, Travel behavior and Health care. His research on Immigration often connects related topics like Welfare economics. His work investigates the relationship between Demographic economics and topics such as License that intersect with problems in Public transport, Occupational safety and health and Social engagement.
K. Bruce Newbold has included themes like Public policy, Social Welfare, Doctor's office and Public relations in his Refugee study. K. Bruce Newbold focuses mostly in the field of Travel behavior, narrowing it down to topics relating to TRIPS architecture and, in certain cases, Affect. His work on Health literacy, Global health and Health care quality as part of his general Health care study is frequently connected to Tuberculosis, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
K. Bruce Newbold spends much of his time researching Refugee, Immigration, Public relations, Demographic economics and Family life. His Refugee research incorporates themes from Poverty, Focus group and Social exclusion. K. Bruce Newbold incorporates Immigration and Documentation in his studies.
His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social Welfare, Doctor's office, Health care and Public policy. His work carried out in the field of Demographic economics brings together such families of science as License, Public transport and General Social Survey. His study of Family life brings together topics like Perception, Travel behavior, Young adult, Selection and Mode choice.
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Spatial analysis of air pollution and mortality in Los Angeles.
Michael Jerrett;Richard T. Burnett;Renjun Ma;C. Arden Pope.
Self-rated health within the Canadian immigrant population: risk and the healthy immigrant effect
K. Bruce Newbold.
Social Science & Medicine (2005)
Health status and Canada's immigrant population.
K Bruce Newbold;Jeff Danforth.
Social Science & Medicine (2003)
Transport mobility benefits and quality of life: A time-use perspective of elderly Canadians
Jamie E.L. Spinney;Darren M. Scott;K. Bruce Newbold.
Transport Policy (2009)
Travel behavior within Canada’s older population: a cohort analysis
K. Bruce Newbold;Darren M. Scott;Jamie E.L. Spinney;Pavlos Kanaroglou.
Journal of Transport Geography (2005)
Elderly Mobility: Demographic and Spatial Analysis of Trip Making in the Hamilton CMA, Canada:
Antonio Paez;Darren M Scott;Dimitris Potoglou;Pavlos Kanaroglou.
Urban Studies (2007)
Problems in Search of Solutions: Health and Canadian Aboriginals
K. Bruce Newbold.
Journal of Community Health (1998)
Equitable access to health care: Methodological extensions to the analysis of physician utilization in Canada
Stephen Birch;John Eyles;K. Bruce Newbold.
Health Economics (1993)
Counting migrants and migrations: comparing lifetime and fixed-interval return and onward migration.
K. Bruce Newbold.
Economic Geography (2001)
Exploring socio-cultural factors that mediate, facilitate, & constrain the health and empowerment of refugee youth
Sara Edge;K. Bruce Newbold;Marie McKeary.
Social Science & Medicine (2014)
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