His scientific interests lie mostly in Health care, Gerontology, Public health, Population health and Socioeconomic status. His work on International health and Health policy as part of general Health care research is frequently linked to Incentive program and Financial incentives, bridging the gap between disciplines. The study incorporates disciplines such as Body mass index, Obesity, Social medicine and Immediate family in addition to Gerontology.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Coping, Multivariate analysis and Disease, Chronic condition. His Population health research includes elements of Public relations and Service user. The concepts of his Public relations study are interwoven with issues in Social psychology and Representation.
His primary areas of investigation include Health care, Gerontology, Economic growth, Socioeconomics and Public health. He has included themes like Socioeconomic status and Demography in his Health care study. His work on Older people as part of general Gerontology research is frequently linked to Cross-sectional study, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His work on HRHIS is typically connected to Context, Restructuring and Social Welfare as part of general Economic growth study, connecting several disciplines of science. His research on Socioeconomics also deals with topics like
Mark W. Rosenberg mainly focuses on Socioeconomics, Gerontology, Health care, Socioeconomic status and Urbanization. His Socioeconomics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Population ageing and Vulnerability. His research integrates issues of Social support, Life course approach, Association and Depression in his study of Gerontology.
His Health care study is concerned with Economic growth in general. His study in Socioeconomic status is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Socioeconomic development, Questionnaire and General Social Survey. His work in Urbanization tackles topics such as Grounded theory which are related to areas like Research question.
Mark W. Rosenberg mostly deals with Socioeconomics, Social Welfare, Beijing, Gerontology and Dementia. His Socioeconomics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Older people and Economic geography. His Social Welfare study spans across into fields like Vulnerability, Census, Residence, Quality of life and Empirical research.
His Beijing study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Socialist market economy. His Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Socioeconomic development, Social support and Scale. His Social support study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Respite care, Urbanization, Grounded theory and Research question.
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Narrative analysis as a strategy for understanding interview talk in geographic research
Janine L Wiles;Mark W Rosenberg;Robin A Kearns.
Exploring the determinants of health for First Nations peoples in Canada: can existing frameworks accommodate traditional activities?
Kathleen Wilson;Mark W. Rosenberg.
Social Science & Medicine (2002)
Planning for aging populations: inside or outside the walls
M Rosenberg;J Everitt.
Progress in Planning (2001)
‘Gentle caring experience’: Seeking alternative health care in Canada
Janine Wiles;Mark W Rosenberg.
Health & Place (2001)
Growing old in Canada: demographic and geographic perspectives.
Moore Eg;Rosenberg Mw;McGuinness D.
The health of Canada's elderly population: current status and future implications
M W Rosenberg;E G Moore.
Canadian Medical Association Journal (1997)
Medical or health geography? Populations, peoples and places.
Mark W. Rosenberg.
International Journal of Population Geography (1998)
Accessibility and the Canadian health care system: squaring perceptions and realities.
Kathi Wilson;Mark W. Rosenberg.
Health Policy (2004)
Ethnicity and utilization of family physicians: a case study of Mainland Chinese immigrants in Toronto, Canada.
Lu Wang;Mark Rosenberg;Lucia Lo.
Social Science & Medicine (2008)
Getting out of the house: the challenges mothers face when their children have long-term care needs
Nicole M. Yantzi;Mark W. Rosenberg;Patricia McKeever.
Health & Social Care in The Community (2006)
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