Agency, access, and Anopheles: neighborhood health perceptions and the implications for community health interventions in Accra, Ghana.

@article{Jankowska2015AgencyAA,
  title={Agency, access, and Anopheles: neighborhood health perceptions and the implications for community health interventions in Accra, Ghana.},
  author={Marta M. Jankowska and Justin Stoler and Caetlin Ofiesh and David Rain and Jeffrey R. Weeks},
  journal={Global health action},
  year={2015},
  volume={8},
  pages={
          26492
        }
}
BACKGROUND Social and environmental factors are increasingly recognized for their ability to influence health outcomes at both individual and neighborhood scales in the developing urban world. Yet issues of spatial heterogeneity in these complex environments may obscure unique elements of neighborhood life that may be protective or harmful to human health. Resident perceptions of neighborhood effects on health may help to fill gaps in our interpretation of household survey results and better… CONTINUE READING
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