Carole Taylor

University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy

University of Manitoba Bannatyne Campus

Winnipeg

Canada

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Scholarly Papers (7)

1.

Have We Left Some Behind? Trends in Socio-Economic Inequalities in Breastfeeding Initiation: A Population-Based Epidemiological Surveillance Study

Canadian Journal of Public Health, Vol. 105, 2014
Number of pages: 7 Posted: 16 Aug 2015
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Health status disparities; social determinants of health; social class; breast feeding

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The Effect of Neighborhood Socioeconomic Status on Education and Health Outcomes for Children Living in Social Housing

American Journal of Public Health, Sept. 2014
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 16 Oct 2014 Last Revised: 17 Oct 2014
University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS) and University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS)
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Long-Term Benefits of Full-Day Kindergarten: A Longitudinal Population-Based Study

Early Child Development and Care, 2014
Number of pages: 28 Posted: 12 Sep 2014
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full-day kindergarten; population-based; propensity score; stepped wedge; socioeconomic status; academic achievement; assessment

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Does a Pay-for-Performance Program for Primary Care Physicians Alleviate Health Inequity in Childhood Vaccination Rates?

International Journal for Equity in Health (2015) 14:114
Number of pages: 7 Posted: 05 Dec 2015
University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Max Rady College of Medicine, University of California, Berkeley, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy
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Health equity, Income inequality, Childhood, Immunization, Vaccination, Manitoba, Canada

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Can Opportunities Be Enhanced for Vaccinating Children in Home Visiting Programs? A Population-Based Cohort Study

BMC Public Health 15:620, 2015, DOI: 10.1186/s12889-015-1926-8
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 26 Oct 2015
University of Manitoba, University of Manitoba - Max Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba, University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy
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Keywords: Vaccination programs/utilization, Pediatric, Child, Humans, Home visit, Propensity score, Early childhood development programs

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Data Resource Profile: Pathways to Health and Social Equity for Children (PATHS Equity for Children)

International Journal of Epidemiology, 2014, p.1438–1449. doi: 10.1093/ije/dyu190
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 16 Oct 2014
University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy
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Teen Clinics: Missing the Mark? Comparing Pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Infections Rates Among Enrolled and Non-Enrolled Adolescents

Shaw, Souradet Y., Colleen Metge, Carole Taylor, Mariette Chartier, Catherine Charette, Lisa Lix, Rob Santos et al. "Teen clinics: missing the mark? Comparing pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections rates among enrolled and non-enrolled adolescents." International Journal for Equity in Health
Posted: 31 Jul 2016
University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba - Max Rady College of Medicine, Independent, University of Manitoba - Max Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS), University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS) and University of Manitoba - Department of Community Health Sciences (CHS)

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school-based clinics, teen pregnancies, STIs, out of school youth