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Daniel Naud

Researcher at Université de Montréal

Publications -  16
Citations -  184

Daniel Naud is an academic researcher from Université de Montréal. The author has contributed to research in topics: Population & Medicine. The author has an hindex of 4, co-authored 13 publications receiving 107 citations. Previous affiliations of Daniel Naud include Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Sherbrooke & Institut national de la recherche scientifique.

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The Quality of the Urban Environment around Public Housing Buildings in Montreal: An Objective Approach Based on GIS and Multivariate Statistical Analysis.

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors proposed a methodological approach based on the use of several spatial databases in GIS: (1) the Montreal public housing database, (2) individual census data for the Montreal CMA, (3) a satellite image, (4) a land use map, and (5) location data on a series of public and private services and facilities.
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Social participation in older women and men: differences in community activities and barriers according to region and population size in Canada.

TL;DR: Social participation, desire to participate more, and perceived barriers of aging women and men by Canadian region and population size are compared and there were no practical differences between women's and men’s social participation.
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Scoping study of definitions of social participation: update and co-construction of an interdisciplinary consensual definition

TL;DR: In this paper , the authors provide an updated inventory and synthesis of definitions of social participation in older adults, based on a critical review by content experts and knowledge users, a consensual definition is proposed, which is defined as a person's involvement in activities providing interactions with others in community life and in important shared spaces.

Les discours ruraux, urbains et périurbains du cinéma québécois

Daniel Naud
TL;DR: In this article, the authors examined the way in which urban, rural and suburban areas are represented through Quebecois cinema and proposed to analyze cinematic representations in relation to the spatial practices.
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Environmental Characteristics Associated with Older Adults' Social Participation: The Contribution of Sociodemography and Transportation in Metropolitan, Urban, and Rural Areas.

TL;DR: According to these findings, social participation interventions should target the local environment—for example, by providing more social interaction opportunities for older adults living in younger neighborhoods and by improving access to public transportation, especially paratransit.