Gary Higgs
Gary Higgs
Professor of Geographical Information Science, University of South Wales
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A literature review of the use of GIS-based measures of access to health care services
G Higgs
Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology 5, 119-139, 2004
Measuring potential access to primary healthcare services: the influence of alternative spatial representations of population
M Langford, G Higgs
The Professional Geographer 58 (3), 294-306, 2006
Visualising Space and Time in Crime Patterns: A Comparison of Methods
C Brunsdon, J Corcoran, G Higgs
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 31 (1), 52 - 75, 2007
Integrating multi-criteria techniques with geographical information systems in waste facility location to enhance public participation
G Higgs
Waste management & research 24 (2), 105-117, 2006
Multi-modal two-step floating catchment area analysis of primary health care accessibility
M Langford, G Higgs, R Fry
Health & place 38, 70-81, 2016
Reasons for tooth extraction in four general dental practices in South Wales
W Richards, J Ameen, AM Coll, G Higgs
British dental journal 198 (5), 275-278, 2005
Urban population distribution models and service accessibility estimation
M Langford, G Higgs, J Radcliffe, S White
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 32 (1), 66-80, 2008
Investigating the implications of using alternative GIS-based techniques to measure accessibility to green space
G Higgs, R Fry, M Langford
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 39 (2), 326-343, 2012
The role of GIS for health utilization studies: literature review
G Higgs
Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology 9, 84-99, 2009
Measuring transit system accessibility using a modified two-step floating catchment technique
M Langford, R Fry, G Higgs
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 26 (2), 193-214, 2012
Using IT approaches to promote public participation in renewable energy planning: Prospects and challenges
G Higgs, R Berry, D Kidner, M Langford
Land use policy 25 (4), 596-607, 2008
Changes in service provision in rural areas. Part 1: the use of GIS in analysing accessibility to services in rural deprivation research
G Higgs, SD White
Journal of Rural Studies 13 (4), 441-450, 1997
Is there a role for GIS in the ‘new NHS’?
G Higgs, M Gould
Health & Place 7 (3), 247-259, 2001
The use of spatial analytical techniques to explore patterns of fire incidence: A South Wales case study
J Corcoran, G Higgs, C Brunsdon, A Ware, P Norman
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 31 (6), 623-647, 2007
Accessibility to sport facilities in Wales: A GIS-based analysis of socio-economic variations in provision
G Higgs, M Langford, P Norman
Geoforum 62, 105-120, 2015
E-government in Saudi Arabia: Between promise and reality
MO Al-Fakhri, RA Cropf, P Kelly, G Higgs
International Journal of Electronic Government Research (IJEGR) 4 (2), 59-85, 2008
The influence of weather on local geographical patterns of police calls for service
C Brunsdon, J Corcoran, G Higgs, A Ware
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 36 (5), 906-926, 2009
Alternatives to census-based indicators of social disadvantage in rural communities
G Higgs, S White
Progress in Planning 53 (1), 1-81, 2000
Positional accuracy and geographic bias of four methods of geocoding in epidemiologic research
M Schootman, DA Sterling, J Struthers, Y Yan, T Laboube, B Emo, ...
Annals of epidemiology 17 (6), 464-470, 2007
Urban–rural mortality differentials: controlling for material deprivation
M Senior, H Williams, G Higgs
Social science & medicine 51 (2), 289-305, 2000
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