Dawn Mooney works as a cartographer, geographer and data visualizer at the UBC Centre for Health Services and Policy Research and teaches cartography in the Department of Geography. She holds a BA in Geography (UBC 2003) and a Master of Public Health (UBC 2013). Her work at CHSPR focuses on mapping variations in health status, health services use, health human resources, and prescription drug use across BC and Canada. She is interested in methods of effective graphical communication of health data and statistics, and in using mapping to explore, communicate and address geographic disparities in health and health care.
GEOB372 Cartography Sections
Cartographic methods: development of cartography; projections; data ordering, compilation and symbolization; cartographic design, map reproduction.
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