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"Residential Environment and CORonary heart Disease"
An epidemiologic cohort of 7300 participants from 1915 neighborhoods of the Paris Ile-de-France region to describe social and spatial disparities in health and understand the effects of geographic life environments on health.
In the second wave of the RECORD Study, we rely on the VERITAS interactive web mapping software to survey the participants of the study.
In the RECORD GPS Study, participants are asked to wear on a belt at the hip a GPS and an accelerometer from wake up to bedtime for 7 consecutive days.
Urbanization and socioeconomic profiles of neighborhoods related to blood pressure (Journal of Hypertension)
This work conducted in collaboration between the University of Montreal and Inserm provides new information on the relationships between residential neighborhoods and blood pressure.
In an article published in Preventive Medicine, Noëlla Karusisi sought to identify the characteristics of residential environments associated with the practice of jogging.