Significant advances in the evaluation and use of geographic information have had a major effect on key elements of public health. Strides in mapping technology as well as the availability and accuracy of health information enable public health practitioners to link and analyze data in new ways at international, regional, and even street levels. Th
Introduction. Disease Mapping and Spatial Analysis. GIS Applications in Communicable Disease Control and Environmental Health Protection. GIS Applications in Health Care Planning and Policy. GIS, Data Protection and E-Governance Issues in Public Health.