Department of Geography
Simon Fraser University, BC
Hi there! I am a health geographer at SFU. I conduct research in a variety of health fields like injury and trauma, infectious disease, and antibiotic resistance. While these may seem disparate, each project I take on ultimately examines how place and space are central to shaping human health. This theme serves as a guide for my work, helping me address new and challenging issues in the world of public health today.
Conference presentations and proceedings:
Rosenkrantz L., Schuurman, N., and Hameed M. (2019, February). Trauma registries in the global south: a geographical inventory. Paper presented at the annual Spatial Knowledge and Information (SKI) conference: February 21-23, 2019, Banff, Alberta.
Rosenkrantz L., Schuurman, N., and Hameed M. (2018, August). Trauma registry implementation and injury severity scoring in low- and middle- income countries: a geographical inventory. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers: August 6-10, 2018, Quebec City, QB.
Rosenkrantz L., Schuurman, N., and Hameed M. (2018, November). Trauma registries in the global south: location and implementation. Poster session presented at the 24th Canadian Conference on Global Health: November 21-23, 2018, Toronto, ON.
Panel on Geography in the Time of COVID-19. Department of Geography, The University of British Columbia, October 27, 2020.
Trauma registry implementation and operation in the global south. Oral presentation at Trauma Services, Division of General Surgery, Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, BC, March 5, 2019.
Rosenkrantz, L., Contributor. ‘There’s safety in numbers: making the case for trauma registries in global health.’ The Global Development Primer. 2021 Feb 9. https://anchor.fm/robert-huish/episodes/Theres-Safety-in-Numbers-Making-the-Case-for-Trauma-Registries-in-Global-Health-eq6agr