Martine Shareck
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Should we use absolute or relative measures when assessing foodscape exposure in relation to fruit and vegetable intake? Evidence from a wide-scale Canadian study
CM Clary, Y Ramos, M Shareck, Y Kestens
Preventive medicine 71, 83-87, 2015
Reducing social inequities in health through settings-related interventions — a conceptual framework
M Shareck, KL Frohlich, B Poland
Global Health Promotion 20 (2), 39-52, 2013
Moving beyond the residential neighborhood to explore social inequalities in exposure to area-level disadvantage: Results from the Interdisciplinary Study on Inequalities in …
M Shareck, Y Kestens, KL Frohlich
Social Science & Medicine 108, 106-114, 2014
Integrating activity spaces in health research: Comparing the VERITAS activity space questionnaire with 7-day GPS tracking and prompted recall
Y Kestens, B Thierry, M Shareck, M Steinmetz-Wood, B Chaix
Spatial and spatio-temporal epidemiology 25, 1-9, 2018
Examining the spatial congruence between data obtained with a novel activity location questionnaire, continuous GPS tracking, and prompted recall surveys
M Shareck, Y Kestens, L Gauvin
International Journal of Health Geographics 12 (40), 2013
Inverse association between dietary intake of selected carotenoids and vitamin C and risk of lung cancer
M Shareck, MC Rousseau, A Koushik, J Siemiatycki, ME Parent
Frontiers in oncology 7, 23, 2017
The added value of accounting for activity space when examining the association between tobacco retailer availability and smoking among young adults
M Shareck, Y Kestens, J Vallée, G Datta, KL Frohlich
Tobacco Control 25 (4), 406-412, 2016
Considering daily mobility for a more comprehensive understanding of contextual effects on social inequalities in health: A conceptual proposal
M Shareck, KL Frohlich, Y Kestens
Health & place 29, 154-160, 2014
Neighbourhood crime and smoking: the role of objective and perceived crime measures
M Shareck, A Ellaway
BMC Public Health 11, 1-10, 2011
Understanding the role of contrasting urban contexts in healthy aging: an international cohort study using wearable sensor devices (the CURHA study protocol)
Y Kestens, B Chaix, P Gerber, M Desprès, L Gauvin, O Klein, S Klein, ...
BMC geriatrics 16, 1-12, 2016
Ethical implications of location and accelerometer measurement in health research studies with mobile sensing devices
D Fuller, M Shareck, K Stanley
Social Science & Medicine 191, 84-88, 2017
Associations between home and school neighbourhood food environments and adolescents’ fast-food and sugar-sweetened beverage intakes: findings from the Olympic Regeneration in …
M Shareck, D Lewis, NR Smith, C Clary, S Cummins
Public health nutrition 21 (15), 2842-2851, 2018
Research ethics for mobile sensing device use by vulnerable populations
S Breslin, M Shareck, D Fuller
Social Science & Medicine 232, 50-57, 2019
Enduring challenges in estimating the effect of the food environment on obesity
S Cummins, C Clary, M Shareck
The American journal of clinical nutrition 106 (2), 445-446, 2017
Is accessibility in the eye of the beholder? Social inequalities in spatial accessibility to health-related resources in Montréal, Canada
J Vallée, M Shareck, G Le Roux, Y Kestens, KL Frohlich
Social science & medicine 245, 112702, 2020
Is smoking cessation in young adults associated with tobacco retailer availability in their activity space?
M Shareck, GD Datta, J Vallée, Y Kestens, KL Frohlich
Nicotine and Tobacco Research 22 (4), 512-521, 2020
Cohort profile: the interdisciplinary study of inequalities in smoking (ISIS)
KL Frohlich, M Shareck, J Vallée, T Abel, R Agouri, M Cantinotti, M Daniel, ...
International journal of epidemiology 46 (2), e4-e4, 2017
Widening the gap? Unintended consequences of health promotion measures for young people during COVID-19 lockdown
SA Alexander, M Shareck
Health promotion international 36 (6), 1783-1794, 2021
Double jeopardy: Maintaining livelihoods or preserving health? The tough choices sex workers faced during the COVID-19 pandemic
M Shareck, M Hassan, P Buhariwala, M Perri, E Balla, P O’Campo
Journal of Primary Care & Community Health 12, 21501327211031760, 2021
Heterogeneity between 16S ribosomal RNA gene copies borne by one Desulfitobacterium strain is caused by different 100-200 bp insertions in the 5´ region
R Villemur, P Constant, A Gauthier, M Shareck, R Beaudet
Canadian journal of microbiology 53 (1), 116-128, 2007
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