Colleen M Davison
Affiliation: Queen's University
- Critical examination of knowledge to action models and implications for promoting health equityColleen M Davison
Department Public Health Sciences, Queen s University, 63 Fifth Field Company Lane, Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6, Canada
Int J Equity Health 14:49. 2015..This study identifies and critically examines the usefulness of existing knowledge to action models or frameworks for promoting health equity...
- It still takes a village: an epidemiological study of the role of social supports in understanding unexpected health states in young peopleColleen Davison
Department of Public Health Sciences, Carruthers Hall, 62 Fifth Field Company Lane, Queen s University, Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6, Canada
BMC Public Health 15:295. 2015..We hypothesized that cumulative levels of social support available to these young people would have an influence on their perceived health status, with more support being associated with better self reported health...
- Recreational use of prescription medications among Canadian young people: identifying disparitiesAriel Pulver
Department of Public Health Sciences Department of Emergency Medicine Kingston General Hospital Research Centre Queens University
Can J Public Health 105:e121-6. 2014..The objective of this study was to describe recreational prescription drug use among Canadian adolescents by age, sex, socio-economic, immigration and geographic status...
- Bicycle helmet use and bicycling-related injury among young Canadians: an equity analysisColleen M Davison
Department of Public Health Sciences, Queen s University, Kingston, Canada
Int J Equity Health 12:48. 2013....
- Off-road vehicle ridership and associated helmet use in Canadian youth: an equity analysisColleen M Davison
Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, Queen s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
J Rural Health 29:39-45. 2013..We examined the prevalence of off-road ridership and off-road helmet use in different subgroups of Canadian youth in order to better understand possible inequities associated with these health risk behaviors...