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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Social Sciences and Humanities D-index 35 Citations 6,283 133 World Ranking 3005 National Ranking 170

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Public health
  • Statistics
  • Internal medicine

Kim D. Raine mostly deals with Environmental health, Public health, Logistic regression, Gerontology and Obesity. His studies deal with areas such as Poverty, Socioeconomic status, Food security and Meal as well as Environmental health. His research integrates issues of Psychological intervention, Ecological psychology and Fruits and vegetables in his study of Public health.

His work on Odds as part of general Logistic regression research is frequently linked to Type 2 diabetes, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His work deals with themes such as Body mass index, Incidence, Mortality rate, Health services and Social determinants of health, which intersect with Gerontology. The Obesity study combines topics in areas such as Demography, Diet Surveys and Epidemiology, Biostatistics.

His most cited work include:

  • Ecological Models Revisited: Their Uses and Evolution in Health Promotion Over Two Decades (361 citations)
  • Do low-income lone mothers compromise their nutrition to feed their children? (288 citations)
  • Television food advertising to children: a global perspective. (286 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

Kim D. Raine mainly investigates Environmental health, Public health, Health promotion, Gerontology and Public relations. His study in Environmental health is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychological intervention, Obesity, Intervention, Recreation and Socioeconomic status. His Obesity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Body mass index and Demography.

Kim D. Raine interconnects Epidemiology and Chronic disease in the investigation of issues within Public health. Kim D. Raine has researched Health promotion in several fields, including Focus group and Health education. His Gerontology research includes elements of Cross-sectional study and Social determinants of health.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Environmental health (26.63%)
  • Public health (25.13%)
  • Health promotion (22.61%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2018-2021)?

  • Environmental health (26.63%)
  • Healthy eating (6.03%)
  • Public health (25.13%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

Kim D. Raine mainly focuses on Environmental health, Healthy eating, Public health, Influencer marketing and Recreation. He performs integrative study on Environmental health and Audit. In his study, Health care, Nursing, Health professionals and Burden of disease is strongly linked to Call to action, which falls under the umbrella field of Healthy eating.

His Public health study combines topics in areas such as Swamp, Geomarketing and Medical education. He combines subjects such as Food dispensers, Nutritional quality and Repeated measures design with his study of Recreation. The concepts of his Public relations study are interwoven with issues in Childhood obesity, Active living and Food policy.

Between 2018 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Addressing Internalized Weight Bias and Changing Damaged Social Identities for People Living With Obesity. (13 citations)
  • Insights on the Influence of Sugar Taxes on Obesity Prevention Efforts. (11 citations)
  • Eat, play, live: a randomized controlled trial within a natural experiment examining the role of nutrition policy and capacity building in improving food environments in recreation and sport facilities (7 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Statistics
  • Public health
  • Internal medicine

Kim D. Raine focuses on Environmental health, Public health, Psychological intervention, Health policy and Randomized controlled trial. His Environmental health research incorporates themes from Intervention and Recreation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nutritional quality, Product and Repeated measures design in addition to Recreation.

His Psychological intervention study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Unintended consequences, Beverage consumption, Public economics and Obesity prevention. His Health policy study incorporates themes from Psychosocial, Research ethics, Coupon and Malnutrition. His Randomized controlled trial research includes themes of Quality, Capacity building, Clinical nutrition and Natural experiment.

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Best Publications

Ecological Models Revisited: Their Uses and Evolution in Health Promotion Over Two Decades

Lucie Richard;Lise Gauvin;Kim Raine.
Annual Review of Public Health (2011)

533 Citations

Television food advertising to children: a global perspective.

Bridget Kelly;Jason C.G. Halford;Emma J. Boyland;Kathy Chapman.
American Journal of Public Health (2010)

511 Citations

Do low-income lone mothers compromise their nutrition to feed their children?

Lynn McIntyre;N. Theresa Glanville;Kim D. Raine;Jutta B. Dayle.
Canadian Medical Association Journal (2003)

468 Citations

The association between neighborhood socioeconomic status and exposure to supermarkets and fast food outlets.

Karen E. Smoyer-Tomic;John C. Spence;Kim D. Raine;Carl Amrhein.
Health & Place (2008)

287 Citations

Relation between local food environments and obesity among adults

John C. H. Spence;Nicoleta Cutumisu;Joy Edwards;Kim D Raine.
BMC Public Health (2009)

279 Citations

Factors associated with physical activity in Canadian adults with diabetes.

Ronald C. Plotnikoff;Lorian M. Taylor;Philip M. Wilson;Kerry S. Courneya.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (2006)

229 Citations

Prevalence and sociodemographic risk factors related to household food security in Aboriginal peoples in Canada

Noreen D Willows;Paul Veugelers;Kim Raine;Stefan Kuhle.
Public Health Nutrition (2009)

227 Citations

Sociocultural context of women's body image

Marie-Claude Paquette;Kim Raine.
Social Science & Medicine (2004)

225 Citations

Determinants of healthy eating in Canada: an overview and synthesis.

Kim D. Raine.
Canadian Journal of Public Health-revue Canadienne De Sante Publique (2005)

170 Citations

Osteoarthritis prevalence and modifiable factors: a population study

Ronald Plotnikoff;Nandini Karunamuni;Ellina Lytvyak;Christopher Penfold.
BMC Public Health (2015)

164 Citations

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