Assessing Individuals’ Exposure to Environmental Conditions Using Residence-Based Measures, Activity


When assessing individuals’ exposure to environmental conditions, there are a multitude of ways to track location, activity, and movement. Since these different approaches may yield different estimates of associations with health outcomes, this study, which was lead by PISC former trainer Christopher Morrison and included PISC Center Director Douglas Wiebe, aimed to compare exposure measures and assess whether exposure measures were differentially associated with alcohol consumption.

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