(* denotes student/postdoctoral trainee)
*Mah, S. M., Sanmartin, C., Harper, S., & Ross NA, (2018). Childbirth-Related Hospital Burden by Socioeconomic Status in a Universal Health Care Setting. International Journal of Population Data Science, 3(1).
*Hajna, S, Ross, NA, & Dasgupta, K (2017). Steps, moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, and cardiometabolic profiles. Preventive Medicine. In press, accepted manuscript. DOI:10.1016/j.ypmed.2017.11.007
*Wasfi R, Dasgupta K, Eluru N, Ross, NA (2016) Exposure to walkable neighbourhoods in urban areas increases utilitarian walking: Longitudinal study of Canadians. Journal of Transport and Health 3, Issue 4: 440-447. DOI: 10.1016/j.jth.2015.08.001.
*Wasfi R, Dasgupta K, Orpana H, Ross NA (2016) Neighborhood walkability and body mass index trajectories: Longitudinal study of Canadians. American Journal of Public Health 106: 934-40. DOI: 10.2105/AJPH.2016.303096.
*Hajna S, Kestens Y…. Dasgupta K, Ross NA …. (2016) Neighbourhood walkability and home neighbourhood-based physical activity: An observational study of adults with type 2 diabetes. BMC Public Health 16, Issue 1, Article number 957. DOI: 10.1186/s12889-016-3603-Y.
Langois M, *Wasfi R, Ross NA, El-Geneidy AM (2016) Can transit oriented developments help achieve the recommended weekly levels of physical activity? Journal of Transport and Health 3:181-190. DOI: 10.1016/j.jth.2016.02.006.
*Hajna S, Ross NA, Joseph L, Harper S, Dasgupta K (2016) Neighbourhoood walkability and daily step counts in adults with type 2 diabetes. PLoS One 11, Issue 3, Article number e0151544 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0151544.
*Hajna S, Ross NA, Brazeau A-S, Bélisle P, Joseph L, Dasgupta K (2015) Associations between neighbourhood walkability and daily steps in adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Public Health 15: DOI:10.1186/s12889-015-2082-x.
*Hajna S, Ross NA, Joseph L, Harper S, Dasgupta K (2015) Neighbourhood walkability, daily steps and utilitarian walking in Canadian adults. BMJ Open November 26, 2015. DOI:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-008964).
Omariba W, Ross NA, *Sanmartin C, Tu JT (2014) Neighbourhood immigrant concentration and hospitalization: a multilevel analysis of cardiovascular-related admissions in Ontario using linked data. Canadian Journal of Public Health 105:e404-410
Kaplan MS, Huguet N, Feeny D, McFarland BH, Caetano R, Bernier J, Giesbrecht N, Oliver L, Ramage-Moran P, Ross NA (2014) The association between alcohol use and long-term care placement among older Canadians: A 14-year population-based study. Addictive Behaviors 39: 219-224.
*Hajna S, Dasgupta K, Joseph L, Ross NA (2014) A call for caution and transparency in the calculation of land use mix: Measurement bias in the estimation of associations between land use mix and physical activity. Health and Place 29: 79-83.
*Wasfi R, Ross NA, El-Geneidy A (2013) Achieving recommended daily physical activity levels through commuting by public transit: unpacking individual and contextual influences. Health and Place 23:18-25.
*Hajna S, Dasgupta K, *Halparin M, Ross NA (2013) Neighbourhood walkability: field validation of geographic information system measures. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 44:51-55.
Ross NA, Oliver LN, Villeneuve PJ (2013) The contribution of neighbourhood material and socialdeprivation to survival: A 22-Year Follow-Up of More than 500,000 Canadians. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 10:1378-1391.
*deBono N, Ross NA, Berrang-Ford L (2012) Does the food stamp program cause obesity? A realist review and call for place-based research. Health and Place 18:747-756.
Kaplan MS, Huguet N, McFarland BH, Caetano R, Bernier J, Giesbrecht N, Oliver L, Ross NA (2012) Alcohol use patterns and trajectories of health-related quality of life in middle-aged and older adults: A 14-year population-based study. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 73:581-
Auger N, Hamel D, Martinez J, Ross NA (2012) Mitigating effect of immigration on the relation between income inequality and mortality: A prospective study of 2 million Canadians. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 66:online article e.5.
Ross NA, Garner RE, Bernier J, Feeny DH, Kaplan MS, McFarland B, Orpana HM, Oderkirk J. (2012) Trajectories of health-related quality of life by socio-economic status in a nationally representative Canadian cohort. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 66:593-598.
Ross NA, Gilmour H, Dasgupta K (2010) 14-year diabetes incidence: the role of socio-economic status. Health Reports 21:19-28.
Dasgupta K, *Khan S, Ross NA (2010) Type 2 diabetes in Canada: concentration of risk among most disadvantaged men but inverse social gradient across groups in women. Diabetic Medicine 27:522-31.
Orpana HM, Berthelot JM, Kaplan MS, Feeny DH, McFarland B, Ross NA (2010) BMI and mortality: results from a national longitudinal study of Canadian adults. Obesity 18:214-8.
McGrail KM, van Doorslaer E, Ross NA, *Sanmartin C (2009) Income-related health inequalities in Canada and the United States: a decomposition analysis. American Journal of Public Health 99:1856-63.
Ross NA, Wolfson M, Kaplan G, Dunn JR, Lynch JL. (2006) Income inequality as a determinant of health. In: Heymann J, Hertzman C, Barer M and Evans RG (eds) Healthier Societies, Oxford University Press.
*Richmond CAM, Ross NA (2009) The determinants of First Nation and Inuit health: A critical population health approach. Health and Place 15:403-411.
Dunn JR, Schaub P and Ross NA (2007) Unpacking income inequality and population health: The peculiar absence of geography. Canadian Journal of Public Health 98Suppl 1:S10-7
Ross NA, Tremblay S, *Khan S, *Crouse D, Tremblay M and Berthelot J-M (2007) Body mass index in urban Canada: Neighbourhood and metropolitan area effects. American Journal of Public Health 97:500-508.
*Coen SE and Ross NA (2006) Exploring the material basis for health: characteristics of parks in Montreal neighbourhoods with contrasting health outcomes. Health and Place 12:361-371.
Ross NA, Tremblay S, *Graham K (2004) Neighbourhood influences on health in Montreal, Canada. Social Science and Medicine 59:1485-1494.