Adrian Buttazzoni

PhD, Planning

Adian ButtazzoniPrior Degrees

Master of Science, Health and Rehabilitation Science (Health Promotion), University of Western Ontario (2016)
Double Major Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Geography and Political Science, University of Western Ontario (2012)
 

Planning Interests

  • Smart Cities
  • Healthy Cities
  • Population Health Intervention Research
  • Children's Health
  • Health Technology

Research Topic

My research investigates the implementation, role, and effectiveness of Smart City technology-based interventions in improving children’s health.

Presentations/Publications/Professional Experience

Presentations:

  • Buttazzoni A, Coen SE, and Gilliland J. Supporting Active School Travel: A Qualitative Analysis of Implementing a Regional Safe Routes to School Program (Poster Presentation). London Health Research Day, May 10, 2018, London, ON.
  • Buttazzoni A. ELMO ASRTS Program Evaluation (2016-2018). Elgin-St.Thomas-London-Middlesex-Oxford Active and Safe Routes to School 2nd Annual Knowledge Exchange, April 10, 2018, London ON.
  • Buttazzoni A, Shah T, and Gilliland J. The Use of GIS and Spatial Methods in Active School Travel Research: A Rapid Review. ESRI: GIS in Education and Research Conference, October 11, 2017, Toronto ON.
  • Buttazzoni A and Arku G. In-house vs Arms-length? A Comparative Analysis of Economic Development Models in Ontario, Canada. UWO Geography Course 3465F, Oct 6, 2016, London, ON.
  • Buttazzoni A and Arku G. In-house vs Arms-length? A Comparative Analysis of Economic Development Models in Ontario, Canada. Canadian Association of Geographers – Ontario (CAGONT) Conference, October 23-24, 2015, Ottawa, ON.

Publications:

  • Buttazzoni, A. N., Van Kesteren, E. S., Shah, T. I., & Gilliland, J. A. (2018). Active School Travel Intervention Methodologies in North America: A Systematic Review. American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
  • Buttazzoni, A. N., Coen, S. E., & Gilliland, J. A. (2018). Supporting Active School travel: A Qualitative Analysis of Implementing a Regional Safe Routes to School Program. Social Science & Medicine, 212, 181-190.

At the University of Waterloo

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