PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA

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RÉSULTATS

  

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 ISIS DANS LES MÉDIAS

Pas tous égaux face au tabac. Info-tabac, 28 mars 2018.
La cigarette toujours aussi populaire chez les 18-25 ans. Le Journal de Montréal, 3 mai 2017.
Jeunes fumeurs adultes: une démographie cachée. UdeM Nouvelles, 1er mai 2017.
La lutte contre le tabagisme peut marginaliser les jeunes fumeurs. UdeM Nouvelles, 1er octobre 2012.

 

PUBLICATIONS ISIS

2019  
 

Ghenadenik, A., Gauvin, L., & Frohlich, K.L. Smoking in young adults: A study of 4-year smoking behaviour patterns and residential presence of features facilitating smoking using data from the Interdisciplinary Study of Inequalities in Smoking cohort. Soumis à Nicotine and Tobacco Research, juillet 2019.

 

Dubreuil, A., Vallée, J., Shareck, M., & Frohlich K.L. L'évolution des espaces d'activités des jeunes montréalais lors de la transition vers l'âge adulte. Provisoirement accepté dans Jeunes et Société, juin 2019.

 

Gagné, T., Frohlich, K.L., & Quesnel-Vallée, A. Disentangling life-course circumstances in the transition to adulthood: The case of social inequalities in smoking in the Canadian National Population Health Survey. Soumis à Preventive Medicine, juin 2019.

 

McCready, G., Glenn, N.M., & Frohlich, K.L. (2019) "Don't smoke in public, you look like trash": Women's experiences of smoking-related stigmatisation and neighbourhood-level deprivation. Health & Place, 58. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.healthplace.2019.05.020

 

Gagné, T., Quesnel-Vallée, A., & Frohlich, K.L. (2019) Considering the age-graded nature of associations between socioeconomic characteristics and smoking during the transition towards adulthood. Preventive Medicine, 123, 262-269. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ypmed.2019.03.038

 

Ghenadenik, A.E., Gauvin, L., & Frohlich, K.L. (2019) Residential environments and changes in smoking behaviour among young adults: A prospective study using data from the ISIS cohort. Preventive Medicine, 123, 48-54. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ypmed.2019.03.003

 

Lapalme, J., Haines-Saah, R., & Frohlich, K.L. (2019) More than a buzzword: How intersectionality can advance social inequalities in health research. Critical Public Health. https://doi.org/10.1080/09581596.2019.1584271

   
2018  
 

Shareck, M., Datta, G.D., Vallée, J., Kestens, Y., & Frohlich, K.L. (2018) Is tobacco retailer availability associated with smoking cessation? Findings from the Interdisciplinary Study of Inequalities in Smoking. Nicotine and Tobacco Research. https://doi.org/10.1093/ntr/nty242

 

Gagné, T., Lee, J., Steinmetz-Wood, M., & Frohlich, K.L. (2018) Methodological systematic review of studies on social inequalities in smoking among young adults: A field of coming of age? Tobacco Control. doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2018-054576 

Gagné, T., Ghenadenik, A., Abel, T., & Frohlich, K.L. (2018). Social inequalities in health information seeking among young adults in Montreal. Health Promotion International, 33(3), 390-399https://doi.org/10.1093/heapro/daw094

   
2017  
 

Gagné, T. & Ghenadenik, A.E. (2017) Rethinking the relationship between socio-economic status and health: Challenging how socio-economic status is currently used in health inequality research. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health.

 

Steinmetz-Wood M., Gagné T., Sylvestre M-P., & Frohlich K.L. (2017). Do changes in social characteristics influence smoking uptake and cessation during young adulthood? International Journal of Public Health. DOI : 10.1007/s00038-017-1044-8.

 

Glenn, N. M., Lapalme, J., McCready, G., & Frohlich, K. L. (2017) Young adults’ experiences of neighbourhood smoking-related norms and practices: A qualitative study exploring place-based social inequalities in smoking. Social Science & Medicine, 189, 17-24. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2017.07.021

 

Frohlich, K.L, Shareck, M., Vallée, J., Abel T., Agouri, R., Cantinotti, M., Daniel, M., Dassa, C., Datta, G., Gagné, T., Leclerc, B-S., Kestens, Y., O'Loughlin, J., Potvin, L. (2017). Cohort profile : The interdisciplinary Study of inequalities in Smoking (ISIS). International Journal of Epidemiology, 46(2). doi:10.193/ije/dyv036.

 

Gagné, T., Veenstra, G. (2017). Trends in smoking initiation in Canada: Does non-inclusion of young adults in tobacco control strategies represent a missed opportunity? Canadian Journal of Public Health, 108(1), e1-e7. doi:10.17269/CJPH.108.583.

 

Gagné, T. (2017). Estimating smoking prevalence in Canada: Implications of survey methodology in the CCHS and CTADS. Revue canadienne de santé publique, 108(3), e331-e334. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17269/cjph.108.5895

   
2016

 

Gagne, T., Ghenadenik, A., Shareck, M., & Frohlich, K.L. (2016). Expected or completed? Comparing two measures of educational attainment and their influence on the study of social inequalities in health among young adults. Social Indicators Research. doi:10.1007/s11205-016-1517-9

Ghenadenik, A.E., Frohlich, K.L., & Gauvin, L. (2016). Beyond smoking prevalence: Exploring the variability of associations between neighborhood exposures across two nested spatial units and two-year smoking trajectory among young adults. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 13(106), doi:10.3390/ijerph13010106

   
2015  

Gagné, T., Frohlich, K.L., & Abel, T. (2015). Cultural capital and smoking in young adults: applying new indicators to explore social inequalities in health behaviour. European Journal of Public Health, 25(5), 818-823. doi:10.1093/eurpub/ckv069

Shareck, M., Kestens, Y., Vallée, J., Datta, G., Frohlich, K.L. (2015). The added value of accounting for activity space when examining the association between tobacco retailer availability and smoking among young adults. Tobacco Control 25(4), 406-412. doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2014-052194

   
2014  

Frohlich, K.L. & Abel, T. (2014). Environmental justice and health practices: Understanding how inequities in health arise at the local level. Sociology of Health and Illness, 36(3), 199-212. doi:10.1111/1467-9566.12126 

Gagné, T., Agouri, R., Cantinotti, M., Boubaker, A. & Frohlich, K.L. (2014). How important are paper copies of questionnaires? Testing invitation modes when studying social inequalities in smoking among young adults. International Journal of Public Health, 59(1), 207-210. doi:10.1007/s00038-013-0469-y.

 

Shareck, M., Kestens, Y., & Frohlich, K.L. (2014). Moving beyond the residential neighbourhood to explore social inequalities in the activity space: Results from the Interdisciplinary Study on Inequalities in Smoking. Social Science and Medicine, 108, 106-114. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2014.02.044

 

Shareck, M., Frohlich, K.L., & Kestens, Y. (2014). Considering daily mobility for a more comprehensive understanding of contextual effects on social inequalities in health: A conceptual proposal. Health and Place, 29, 154-160. doi:1016/j.healthplace.2014.07.007

 

Vallée, J. & Shareck, M. (2014). Re: "Examination of how neighborhood definition influences youths' access to tobacco retailers: A methodological note on spatial misclassification" [Lettre à l'éditeur]. American Journal of Epidemiology, 175(5), 660-661. doi:10.1093/aje/kwt436

Vallée, J., Shareck, M. Kestens, Y., & Frohlich, K.L. (2014). Accès aux ressources et santé mentale à Montréal. L'importance de la mobilité quotidienne. Métropolitiques, 2 juin 2014 URL : http://www.metropolitiques.eu/Acces-aux-ressources-et-sante.html.

   
2013  
 

Shareck, M., Kestens, Y. & Gauvin, L. (2013). Examining the spatial congruence between data obtained with a novel activity location questionnaire, continuous GPS tracking and prompted recall surveys. International Journal of Health Geographics, 12(40). doi:10.1186/1476-072X-12-40.

  

Frohlich, K.L. (2013). Area effects on behaviour and lifestyle: The spatiality of injustice. Dans C. Stock & A. Ellaway (Eds.), Neighbourhood Structure and Health Promotion, pages 39-59. New York : Springer, Inc.

  

Shareck, M. & Frohlich, K.L. (2013). Rethinking exposure in area studies on social inequities in smoking in youth and young adults. Dans C. Stock & A. Ellaway (Eds.), Neighbourhood Structure and Health Promotion, pages 267-286. New York : Springer, Inc.

   

2012

 
 

Abel, T. & Frohlich, K.L. (2012). Capitals and capabilities: Linking structure and agency to reduce health inequalities. Social Science and Medicine, 74(2), 236-244. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2011.10.028

Shareck, M., Dassa, C. & Frohlich, K.L. (2012). Improving the measurement of neighbourhood characteristics through systematic observation: Inequalities in smoking as a case study. Health & Place, 18(3), 671-682. doi:10.1016/j.healthplace.2011.11.008


 

PRÉSENTATIONS ISIS

2019

Ghenadenik, A.E., Gauvin, L., & Frohlich, K.L. (Avril 2019). Residential environments and smoking behaviour in young adults: A study of 4-year smoking trajectories using data from the ISIS cohort. 23e Conférence mondiale de l'UIPES sur la promotion de la santé. Rotorua, Nouvelle-Zélande. 

Lapalme, J., Haines-Saah, R., & Frohlich, K.L. (Avril 2019). A critical examination of how Quebec’s tobacco control legislation may impact smoking inequities. 23e Conférence mondiale de l'UIPES sur la promotion de la santé. Rotorua, Nouvelle-Zélande. 

Lapalme, J., Haines-Saah, R., & Frohlich, K.L. (Avril 2019). More than a buzzword: How intersectional health promotion research can advance our understanding of social inequalities in health. 23e Conférence mondiale de l'UIPES sur la promotion de la santé. Rotorua, Nouvelle-Zélande. 

2018 

Dubreuil, A., Vallée, J., & Frohlich, K.L. (Juillet 2018). Young adults' life trajectories in Montreal (Canada): Fresh perspectives on changes in life situations and spaces during the transition towards adulthood. Annual Conference of the Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies. Milan, Italie.

Gagné, T., Frohlich, K.L., & Quesnel-Vallée, A. (Juillet 2018). Challenging the study of health inequalities during young adulthood: Smoking in the Canadian National Population Health Survey as a case example. Annual Conference of the Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies. Milan, Italie.

Gagné, T., Quesnel-Vallée, A. & Frohlich, K.L. (Juin 2018). Uncovering socioeconomic circumstances in the study of social inequalities in health during young adulthood: Insights from Bourdieusian and lifecourse theories. 17th Biennial Conference of the European Society of Health and Medical Sociology. Lisbonne, Portugal.

Dubreuil, A., Vallée, J., Sanders, L., & Frohlich, K.L. (Juin 2018).  Les trajectoires de vie des jeunes adultes montréalais. Regards croisés sur les parcours de vie et les évolutions des espaces de vie lors du passage à l’âge adulte. 1ères Rencontres Francophones Transport-Mobilité. Lyon, France.

Lapalme, J., Haines-Saah, R., & Frohlich, K.L. (Mai 2018). A critical examination of how Quebec’s tobacco control legislation might impact smoking inequities. Forum de lutte anti-tabac de l'Association de la santé publique du Canada. Montréal, Québec.

2017

Lapalme, J., Glenn, N.M., & Frohlich, K.L. (Octobre 2017). A bench is more than just a bench: Exploring place-based social inequalities in smoking through the social meaning of public benches. 23rd Qualitative Health Research Conference, Québec, Québec.

Glenn, N.M., Lapalme, J., Vallée, J., Camara S., & Frohlich, K.L. (July 2017). Understanding social inequality in smoking across Montreal neighbourhoods: A comparative qualitative investigation of sense of place, resource use, and local smoking-related social practices. 17th International Medical Geography Symposium. Angers, France.

Ghenadenik, A.E., Gauvin, L., & Frohlich, K.L. (July 2017). What aspects of living environments influence changes in smoking in young adults? A longitudinal study of environmental exposures. 17th International Medical Geography Symposium. Angers, France.

Lapalme, J., Glenn, N.M., McCready G., & Frohlich, K.L. (July 2017). Socio-spatial inequalities in smoking across Montreal neighbourhoods: Understanding young adults’ experiences of neighbourhood smoking-related norms, practices, and agency. 17th International Medical Geography Symposium. Angers, France.

Gagné, T., Quesnel-Vallee, A., & Frohlich, K.L. (Août 2017). Towards Understanding Young Adults’ Socioeconomic Circumstances in Health Inequality Research: Smoking as a Case Example. 112th ASA Annual Meeting. Montréal, QC.

Gagné, T., Ghenadenik, A.E., Shareck M., & Frohlich, K.L. (Mai 2017). Accompli ou attendu? Comparaison de deux mesures d’éducation dans l’étude des inégalités sociales de santé chez les jeunes adultes. 85e congrès de l’Association francophone pour le savoir. Montréal, QC.

Ghenadenik, A.E., Gauvin, L., & Frohlich, K.L. (Mai 2017). Variabilité de la prévalence du tabagisme chez les jeunes adultes mesurée à différentes échelles spatiales et examen de l’influence des caractéristiques des milieux résidentiels à l’aide des données du Interdisciplinary Study of Inequalities in Smoking. 85e congrès de l’Association francophone pour le savoir. Montréal, QC.

2016

McCready, G. Lapalme, J., & Frohlich, K.L (Novembre 2016). Stigmatisation des personnes qui fument : la contriburtion infirmière aux impératifs de justice sociale. Congrès de l'OIIQ, Montréal, QC.

McCready, G. (Mai 2016). “Ne fumes pas en public, t’as l’air malpropre!” : étude exploratoire sur la défavorisation de quartier et les expériences de stigmatisation liée au tabagisme. Conférence étudiante en santé des populations : Environnement(s) et Santé, Université d'Ottawa.

McCready, G., Glenn, N., Lapalme, J., & Frohlich, K.L. (Mai 2016). Stigmatization of smokers: The contribution of community health nurses to the imperatives of social justice. 11e conférence nationale des infirmières et infirmiers en santé communautaire du Canada, St-John's, Terre-Neuve.

Frohlich, K.., Vallée, J., Shareck, M., & Kestens, Y. (Mai 2016). What you see is what you get? Assessing social inequities in availability and accessibility of health-promoting resources. 22e conférence mondiale de promotion de la santé de l'Union internationale de promotion de la santé et d'éducation pour la santé, Curitiba, Brésil.

Gagné, T., Ghenadenik, A., Abel, T., & Frohlich, K.L. (Mai 2016). Health information seeking behaviour among Canadian young adults: Examining profiles and their social patterning. 22e conférence mondiale de promotion de la santé de l'Union internationale de promotion de la santé et d'éducation pour la santé, Curitiba, Brésil.

Lapalme, J., Glenn, N., McCready, G., & Frohlich, K.L. (Mai 2016). Exploring neighbourhood social inequalities in smoking among young adults in Montreal. 22e conférence mondiale de promotion de la santé de l'Union internationale de promotion de la santé et d'éducation pour la santé, Curitiba, Brésil.

Shareck, M., Datta, G.D., Vallée, J., & Frohlich, K.L. (Avril 2016). Is tobacco retailer availability in the activity space associated with smoking cessation? Findings from the Interdisciplinary Study of Inequalities in Smoking. Joint Meeting of the American Association of Geographers and International Society of Urban Health. San Francisco, É-U.

2015

Frohlich, K. (Décembre 2015). Neighbourhoods and the production of health inequalities. ESRC Alcohol and Tobacco Workshop, Édimbourg, Écosse.

Ghenadenik, A.E., Frohlich, K.L., Gauvin, L. (Octobre 2015). Scale matters: exploring the variability of associations between neighbourhood exposures and smoking across increasingly large spatial units. 8th European Public Health Conference. Milan, Italie. Voir le résumé ici.

Ghenadenik, A., Frohlich K.L., Gauvin, L. (Juillet 2015). Exploring the appropriateness of different spatial units to study neighbourhoods and smoking in young adults: Extent of variability across increasingly large spatial units. 16ème International Medical Geography Symposium, Vancouver, BC, Canada. Voir le résumé ici

McCready G., Frohlich K.L., Glenn N. (Juillet 2015). Smoking and neighbourhood: an exploratory study of young women’s experience of stigma in Montreal. 16ème International Medical Geography Symposium, Vancouver, BC, Canada. Voir le résumé ici.

Vallée, J., Frohlich K.L., Shareck, M., Datta, G., Kestens, Y. (Juillet 2015). Do density of services and access to transportation relate to young adults’ mental health? Not equally for everyone. 16ème International Medical Geography Symposium, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Glenn, N., Frohlich, K. L., & Vallée, J. (Avril 2015). The ethical and pedagogical possibilities for phenomenological research on socio-spatial inequalities in health In The relational geographies of Environmental Health I: Critiquing determinism and the "tyranny of evidence" (A. Franks, Chair). Association for American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, USA.

2014

Glenn, N., Frohlich, K.L. (Novembre 2014) A place for phenomenology in social inequalities in health research? 7e European Public Health Association Conference, Glasgow, Écosse.

Glenn, N. (Octobre 2014). Learning through doing: Reflections from a new scholar on mentoring in qualitative health research. (Affiche) Qualitative Health Research Conference, Victoria, BC, Canada.

Glenn, N. (Octobre 2014). Phenomenology and inequalities in health and place: A good fit or distinctly out-of-place? (Affiche) Qualitative Health Research Conference, Victoria, BC, Canada.

Lapalme, J., Glenn, N., McCready, G. & Frohlich, K.L. (Octobre 2014). Reflections on the use of qualitative meta-synthesis in health promotion research. (Affiche) Qualitative Health Research Annual Conference, Victoria, BC, Canada.

Gagné, T. & Frohlich, K.L. (Mai 2014). Exploration d'indicateurs du capital culturel dans la compréhension des inégalités sociales de santé chez les jeunes adultes. Quatrième conférence biennale de la Société canadienne de sociologie de santé, Montréal, QC, Canada. 

2013

Frohlich, K.L. (Novembre 2013). The ISIS study: Studying context through the spatiality of injustice. European Public Health Association Conference, Bruxelles, Belgique.

Vallée, J., Shareck, M., Kestens, Y., & Frohlich, K.L. (Septembre 2013). Variability in inhabitants' place experiences and inequalities in health-related resources accessibility in Montreal, Canada. 18e colloque de la Géographie Théorique et Quantitative, Dourdan, France.

Frohlich, K.L., Agouri, R., Shareck, M., Dassa, C., Kestens, Y., O'Loughlin, J., Datta, G., Leclerc, B-S., & Daniel, M. (Juillet 2013). Studying spatial inequalities in smoking in Montreal neighbourhoods: The ISIS study. Présentation au International Medical Geography Symposium, East Lansing, Michigan, É-U.

Shareck, M., Kestens, Y., & Frohlich, K.L. (Juillet 2013). Contextual influences on inequalities in smoking: Accounting for young adults' spatial mobility. International Medical Geography Symposium, East Lansing, Michigan, É-U.

Vallée, J., Shareck, M., Kestens, Y., & Frohlich, K.L. (Juillet 2013). Place experiences and well-being of young adults in Montreal, Canada. International Medical Geography Symposium, East Lansing, Michigan, É-U.

Gagné, T., Agouri, R., Cantinotti, M., Boubaker, A., & Frohlich, K.L. (Juillet 2013). How important are paper copies of questionnaires? Testing invitation modes when studying social inequalities in smoking among young adults. Conférence annuelle 2013 de l'Association canadienne de la santé publique, Ottawa, ON.



FONDS DE RECHERCHE  

Subventions accordées

Exploring the effects of Quebec's legislation "An Act to Bolster Tobacco Control" on social inequalities in Smoking. Subvention pour l'innovation en prévention de l'Institut de recherche de la Société canadienne du cancer et des Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada. Katherine Frohlich (Chercheuse principale), 193,968$ (2017-2019).

Comprendre les mécanismes du sevrage tabagique chez l'adolescent dans une perspective d’aide à la décision. Ligue contre le Cancer et l’Institut National du Cancer. Laetitia Minary (Chercheuse Principale), K.L. Frohlich et al., 353,413 Euros (2017-2020).

Relat'Health: Pour une approche relationnelle des effets de lieu sur les inégalités de santé à Paris et à Montréal : l'importance des pratiques et des représentations spatiales des habitants. USPC, France. Julie Vallée (Chercheuse Principale), K.L. Frohlich, et al., 174 250 Euros (2015-2018).

Social inequality in smoking across Montreal neighbourhoods: Participants’ experiences from the Interdisciplinary Study of Inequalities in Smoking. CIHR Operating Grant, Katherine Frohlich (Chercheuse principale), 178,416$ (2014-2016).

Interdisciplinary Study of Inequalities in Smoking. CIHR Operating Grant, Katherine Frohlich (Chercheuse principale), 556,360$ (2010-2014).