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Simkin, J., Ogilvie G., Hanley B., and Elliott C. (2019).  Differences in colorectal cancer screening rates across income strata by levels of urbanization: results from the Canadian Community Health Survey (2013/2014). Canadian Journal of Public Health, 110 (1), 62-71. Résumé
Simkin, J., Ogilvie G., Hanley B., and Elliott C. (2019).  Differences in colorectal cancer screening rates across income strata by rural and urban status: Results from the Canadian Community Health Survey 2013/2014 Cycle. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 110 (1), 62-71. Résumé
Khalil, D., Corsten M. J., Holland M., Balram A., McDonald J. Ted, and Johnson-Obaseki S. (2019).  Does socioeconomic status affect stage at presentation for larynx cancer in Canada's universal healthcare system?. Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, 160 (3), 1-6. Résumé
Khalil, D., Corsten M., Holland M., Balram A., McDonald J. Ted, and Johnson-Obaseki S. (2019).  Does socioeconomic status affect stage at presentation for larynx cancer in Canada's universal healthcare system?. Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, 160 (3), 488-493. Résumé
Tarasuk, V., St-Germain A-A. Fafard, and Mitchell A. (2019).  Geographic and socio-demographic predictors of household food insecurity in Canada, 2011-12. BMC Public Health, 19 (12), 1-12. Résumé
Bartram, M. (2019).  Income-based inequities in access to mental health services in Canada. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 110 (August), 395-403. Résumé
Bartram, M. H., and Stewart J. M. (2019).  Income-based inequities in access to psychotherapy and other mental health services in Canada and Australia. Health Policy, 123 (1), 45-50. Résumé
Shantz, A., Banerjee R., and Lamb D. (2019).  The relationship between male and female youth volunteering and extrinsic career success: A growth curve modeling approach. Non-profit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (NVSQ), 48 (2-Suppl), 201S-225S. Résumé
K. Newbold, B. (2019).  Short-term relocation versus long-term migration: Measuring income transfers by inter-provincial employees across Canadian provinces. (Franklin, R. S., Ed.),{Population, Place, and Spatial Interaction. New Frontiers in Regional Science: Asian Perspectives}, 40, 157-170.: Springer, Singapore. Résumé
Densmore, R., Hajizadeh M., and Hu M. (2019).  Trends in socio-economic inequalities in bladder cancer incidence in Canada: 1992–2010. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 110 (6), 722-731. Résumé

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