Publications over the last five years
*Italicized names are those of current/former students/postdoctoral fellows
Soller, L., Ben-Shoshan, M., Harrington, D.W., Knoll, M., Fragapane, J., Joseph, L., St. Pierre, Y., La Vielle, S., Wilson, K., Elliott, S.J., and Clarke, A.E. 2015. Adjusting for nonresponse bias corrects overestimates of food allergy prevalence. The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice 3(2): 291-293.
Mukhtar, M., Dean, J., Wilson, K., Ghassemi, E., and Wilson, D.H. 2015. “But many of these problems are about funds…”: The challenges immigrant settlement agencies (ISAs) encounter in a suburban setting in Ontario, Canada. Journal of International Migration and Integration DOI 10.1007/s12134-015-0421-5
Soller, L., Ben-Shoshan, M., Harrington, D.W., Knoll, M., Fragapane, J., Joseph, L., St. Pierre, Y., La Vielle, S., Wilson, K., Elliott, S.J., and Clarke, A.E. 2015. Prevalence and predictors of food allergy in Canada: a focus on vulnerable populations. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology in Practice 3(1): 42-49.
Ben-Shoshan, M., Soller, L., Harrington, D.W., Knoll, M., La Vieille, S., Fragapane, J., Joseph, L., St. Pierre, Y., Wilson, K., Elliott, S.J., and Clarke, A.E. 2015. Eczema in early childhood, sociodemographic factors and lifestyle habits are associated with food allergy: A nested case-control study. International Archives of Allergy and Immunology 166:199-207.
Harrington, D.W., Dean, J., Wilson, K., and Qamar, Z. 2014. “We don’t have such a thing, that you may be allergic”: Newcomers’ understandings of food allergies in Canada. Chronic Illness pii
Harrington, D.W., Rosenberg, M.W., and Wilson, K. 2014. Comparing health status and access to health care in Canada’s largest metropolitan areas. Urban Geography 35(8): 1156-1170.
Harrington, D.W., Rosenberg, M.W., and Wilson, K. Waiting for a specialist consultation in Ontario: Impacts of patients’ lives. 2014. Healthcare Policy 9(4): 90-103.
Shah, T.I., Bell, S., and Wilson, K. 2014. Geocoding for public health research: Empirical comparison of two geocoding services applied to Canadian cities. The Canadian Geographer 58(4): 400-417.
Leydon, J., Wilson, K., and Boyd, C. 2014. Improving student writing abilities in Geography: Examining the benefits of criterion-based assessment and detailed feedback. Journal of Geography 113: 151-159.
J. Randall, P. Kitchen, N. Muhajarine, B. Newbold, A. Williams, and K. Wilson. 2014. Immigrants, islandness and perceptions of quality-of-life on Prince Edward Island, Canada. Island Studies Journal 9(2): 343-362.
Soller, L., Ben-Shoshan, M., Harrington, D.W., Knoll, M., Fragapane, J., Joseph, L., St. Pierre, Y., La Vielle, S., Wilson, K., Elliott, S.J., and Clarke, A.E. 2014. Likelihood of being prescribed an epinephrine autoinjector in allergic Canadians with lower educational levels. Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology 113(3): 326-329.
D. Harrington, K. Wilson, S. Elliott, and A. Clarke. 2013. Diagnosis and treatment of Food allergies in off-reserve Aboriginal children in Canada. The Canadian Geographer. 57(4): 431-440.
D. Harrington, Wilson K, Rosenberg M, Bell S. 2013. Access Granted! Barriers Endure: Determinants of difficulties accessing specialist care when required in Ontario, Canada. BMC Health Services Research, 13:146. doi: 10.1186/1472-6963-13-146.
L. Senese and K. Wilson. 2013. Aboriginal urbanization and rights in Canada: Examining implications for health. Social Science and Medicine 91:219-28
J. Dwyer, K. Wilson, L. Limarzi, B. Callaghan, and L. Croskery. Physical activity among female adolescents of Indian and Polish origin in Mississauga, Ontario: An examination of Shared and ethno-cultural barriers. Physical & Health Education Academic Journal, 4(3), 2012, 1-14.
M. Snyder and K. Wilson. Urban Aboriginal mobility in Canada: Examining the association with health care utilization. Social Science and Medicine. 75(12), 2012, 2420-2424.
Knoll, M., Soller, L., Ben-Shoshan, M., Harrington, D., Fragapane, J., Joseph, L., La Vieille, S., St-Pierre, Y., Wilson, K., Elliott, S., and Clarke, A. The use of incentives in vulnerable populations for a telephone survey: A randomized controlled trial, 5:572, 2012 BMC Research Notes
A. Ning and K. Wilson. A research review: exploring the health of Canada’s Aboriginal youth. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 71, 2012, 18497 - http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/ijch.v71i0.18497
D. Harrington, K. Wilson, S. Bell, N. Muhajarine, and J. Ruthart. Realizing neighbourhood potential? The role of the availability of health care services on contact with a primary care physician. Health and Place 8(4), 2012, 814-23
L. Bissonnette, K. Wilson, S. Bell and T. Shah. Neighbourhoods and potential access to health care: The role of spatial and aspatial factors. Health and Place 18(4), 2012, 841-53
S. Bell. K. Wilson, T. Shah, and L. Bissonnette. Access to primary health care: Does neighbourhood of residence matter? Annals of the Association of American Geographers doi: 10.1080/00045608.2012.685050, 2012
S. Bell, K. Wilson, T.I. Shah, S. Gersher and T. Elliott. Investigating impacts of positional error on potential health care accessibility. Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Epidemiology 3(1), 2012, 17-29.
K. Wilson and N. Cardwell. Urban Aboriginal health: Examining inequalities between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal populations in Canada. Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe Canadien 56(1), 2012, 98-116.
M. Maar, N.E. Lightfoot, M.E. Sutherland, R.P. Strasser, K.J. Wilson, C.M. Lidstone-Jones, D.G. Graham, R. Beaudin, G.A. Daybutch, B.R. Dokis, M.T. Lesage, M. Raymond, and P. Williamson. Thinking outside the box: Aboriginal People’s suggestions for conducting health studies with Aboriginal communities. Public Health 125(11), 2011 747-753.
K. Wilson, C. Boyd, L. Chen and S. Jamal. Improving student performance in a first-year geography course: Examining the importance of computer-assisted formative assessment. Computers & Education. 57(2), 2011, 1493-1500.
K. Wilson, M. Rosenberg, and S. Abonyi. Aboriginal Peoples, Health and Healing Approaches: The Effects of Age and Place on Health. Social Science and Medicine. 72(3), 2011, 355-64