Neil Hanlon, PhD
Professor of Geography
& Adjunct Faculty Member in School of Health Sciences and Northern Medical Program
Queen's University at Kingston, 1998 (MA, Ph.D.), Ryerson University (BAA)
Hanlon, N., Skinner, M., Joseph, A., Ryser, L., and Halseth, G., 2014. Place integration through efforts to support healthy aging in British Columbia’s interior: The role of voluntary sector leadership. Health and Place 29: 132-139.
Skinner, M., Joseph, A., Hanlon, N., Ryser, L., and Halseth, G., 2014. Growing old in aging resource communities: Linking voluntarism, aging in place and community development. The Canadian Geographer 58(4): 418-428.
Hanlon, N, 2014. Commentary: Doing health geography with feeling. Social Science and Medicine 115: 144-146.
Toomey, P., Lovato, C., Hanlon, N., Poole, G., and Bates, J., 2013. Impact of a Regionally Distributed Medical Education Program on an Underserved Community: Community Leader Perceptions. Academic Medicine 88(6): 811-818.
Skinner, M., Hanlon, N., and Halseth, G., 2012. Health and social care issues in ageing resource communities. In Kulig, J. and Williams, A. (eds) Health Care in Rural Canada. Vancouver and Toronto: UBC Press, pp. 462-480.
Toomey, P., Hanlon, N., Bates, J., Poole, G., and Lovato, C., 2011. Exploring the role of social capital in supporting a regional medical education campus. Rural and Remote Health 11: 1774. Available online.
- Place, J.* and Hanlon, N. (2011) Kill the lake? Kill the proposal: Accommodating First Nations’ environmental values as a first step on the road to wellness. GeoJournal 76 (2), 163-175.
- Crooks, V., Castleden, H., Hanlon, N., and Schuurman, N. (2011). “Heated political dynamics exist …”: Examining the politics of palliative care in rural British Columbia, Canada.Palliative Medicine, 25(1): 26-35.
- Hanlon, N., Halseth, G., and Ostry, A. (2011). Stealth voluntarism: An expectation of health professional work in underserviced areas? Health and Place, 17 (1): 42-49.
- Castleden, H., Crooks, V., Hanlon, N., & Schuurman, N. 2010. Providers’ perceptions of Aboriginal palliative care in British Columbia’s rural interior. Health & Social Care in the Community 18(5) September: 483-491.
- Hanlon, N., Halseth, G., and Snadden, D. 2010. "We can see a future here": Place attachment, professional identity, and forms of capital mobilized to deliver medical education in an underserviced area. Health and Place 16(5) September: 909-915.
- Hanlon, N., Ryser, L., Crain, J., Halseth, G. and D. Snadden (2010) Establishing a distributed campus: Making sense of disruptions to a doctor community. Medical Education 44(3) March: 256-262 (full text available)
- Tobin, P., French, M, and Hanlon, N. 2010. Appropriate engagement and nutrition education on reserve: Lessons learned from the Takla Lake First Nation in northern BC. Journal of Aboriginal Health 6(1): 49-57 (full text available)
- Moules, N., MacLeod, M., Thirsk, L. and Hanlon, N. 2010. “And then you’ll see her in the grocery store”: The working relationships of public health nurses and high priority families in northern Canada. Journal of Pediatric Nursing 25(5): 327-334.
- Castleden, H., Crooks, V., Schuurman, N., and Hanlon, N. 2010. ‘It's not necessarily the distance on the map …': Using place as an analytic tool to elucidate geographic issues central to rural palliative care. Health and Place 16(2): 284-290.
- Crooks, V., Castleden, H., Schuurman, N., and Hanlon, N. 2009. Visioning for secondary palliative care service hubs in rural communities. BMC Palliative Care 8:15 (full text available).
- Bates, J. Lovato, C., Hanlon, N. and Snadden, D., 2009. Evaluating distributed medical education: What are the community’s expectations? Medical Education 43: 457-461.
- Thien, D., & Hanlon, N. 2009. Unfolding dialogues about gender, care and "the north": An introduction. Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 16(2), April, 155-162.
- Hanlon, N. 2009. “Access and utilization reconsidered: Towards a broader understanding of the spatial ordering of primary health care” in Crooks and Andrews (eds.) Primary Health Care: People, Practice, Place (Farnham, UK: Ashgate) pp 43-56.
- Skinner, M.W., Rosenberg, M.W., Lovell, S.A., Everitt, J.C., Dunn, J.R., Hanlon, N. and Rathwell, T.C., 2008. Services for seniors in small town Canada: The paradox of community. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research 40(1): 80-101.
- Hanlon, N., Rosenberg, M., and Clasby, R., 2007. Offloading social care responsibilities: Recent experiences of local voluntary organizations in a remote urban centre in British Columbia, Canada. Health and Social Care in the Community 15(4): 343-351.
- Hanlon, N., Halseth, G., Clasby, R., and Pow, V., 2007. The place embeddedness of social care: Restructuring work and welfare in a remote resource community in northern BC. Health and Place 13(2): 466-481.
- Hanlon, N. and Skedgel, C., 2006. Cross-district utilization of general hospital care in Nova Scotia: policy and service delivery implications for rural districts. Social Science and Medicine 62(1): 145-156.
- Thommasen, H.V., Hanlon, N., Tallio, B., Thommasen, C., and Zhan, W., 2006. Alcohol drinking habits and community perspectives on alcohol abuse in the Bella Coola Valley. The Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine. 11(1): 15-21.
- McGregor, J., Hanlon, N., Emmons, S., Voaklander, D. and Kelly, K. 2005. If all ambulances could fly: putting provincial standards of emergency service accessibility to the test in northern British Columbia. The Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine 10(3): 163-168.
- Persaud, D.D., Jriege, S., Skedgel, C., Findlay, J., Sargent, J. and Hanlon, N., 2005. An incremental cost-analysis of telehealth programs in Nova Scotia: a societal perspective. Journal of Telehealth & Telecare 11(2): 77-84
- Hanlon, N. and Halseth, G., 2005. The greying of resource communities in northern BC: implications for health delivery in already under-serviced communities. The Canadian Geographer, 49(1): 1-24.
- Hanlon, N.T., 2003. Measuring aspects of devolved health authority performance: Nova Scotia patients who travel further than necessary to obtain hospital care, Healthcare Management Forum 16(2): 8-13.
- Flanagan, P.S., MacKinnon, N.J., Hanlon, N.T. and Robertson, H., 2002. Identification of intervention strategies to reduce preventable drug-related morbidity in older adults. Geriatrics Today 5: 76-80.
- Hanlon, N.T. , 2001. Sense of place, organizational context and the strategic management of publicly funded hospitals. Health Policy 58(2): 151-73.
- Hanlon, N.T. , 2001. Hospital restructuring in smaller urban Ontario settings: unwritten rules and uncertain relations. The Canadian Geographer 45(2): 252-67.
- Hanlon, N.T. and Rosenberg, M.W., 1998. Not so new public management and the denial of geography: Ontario health care reform in the 1990s. Environment and Planning C: Government & Policy 16(5): 559-72.
- Rosenberg, M.W. and Hanlon, N.T. , 1996. Access and utilization: a continuum of health service environments. Social Science and Medicine 43(6): 975-83.
Giesbrecht, K., Skinner, M., Halseth, G., Hanlon, N., and Joseph, A. 2010. Voluntarism, Aging and Place: A Critical Review. Peterborough, ON: Department of Geography, Trent University.
Castleden, H., Crooks, V., Sloan Morgan, V., Schuurman, N., and Hanlon, N. 2009. Dialogues on Aboriginal-Focused Hospice Palliative Care in Rural and Remote British Columbia, Canada. Halifax, NS: School for Resource and Environmental Studies, Dalhousie University.
Fields, K., Van De Keere, L., Hanlon, N. and Halseth, G., 2008. The Experiences of Occupational Therapists Practicing in Rural and Remote Communities in Northern British Columbia. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute.
Ryser, L., Crain, J., Curry, R., Halseth, G., Snadden, D. and Hanlon, N., 2008. The Northern Medical Program – Preliminary Impacts on the Physician Community in Prince George: Final Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute.
Hoffman, C., Reschny, J. Manson, D., Halseth, G. and Hanlon, N., 2007. Peace River Regional District Seniors’ Needs Project: Executive Summary Report. Prince George, BC: Community Development Institute.
Halseth, G., Ryser, L., Martin, C. and Hanlon, N., 2006. Terrace and Area Seniors’ Needs Project: Final Report. Prince George: Community Development Institute.
Hanlon, N. and Skedgel, C., 2005. Bypassing the Nearest Hospital to Obtain General Hospital Care Outside District Boundaries: How Much Occurs in Nova Scotia, and Why it Matters. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia.
Halseth, G., Hanlon, N., Pow, V. and Clasby, R., 2004. “Looking to the future, now”: Mackenzie and Area Seniors’ Needs Project Final Report. Prince George: University of Northern British Columbia.