Public Health and GIS
NHS South, Central and West CSU has developed the new bespoke Covid-19 vaccination route modeling tool using Esri's GIS.
Mark Altaweel takes a look at how GIS is used in public health and where GIS and public health will be in the future.
Forecasting the spread of viruses and mapping potential epidemics is gaining important attention in the medical community.
GIS has been used to assist in showing strong or weak links for given health conditions to different types of pollutants.
GIS is changing the way vulnerable populations relate with their natural world and resources to keep ahead of imminent climate changes.