Shareck, Martine

Professeure, Faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé
FMSS Dép. sciences de la santé communautaire

Coordonnées

Courriel


819-821-8000, poste 72831

Diplômes

(2014) Considering daily mobility in contextual studies of social inequalities in health: conceptual and empirical insights. Doctorat (Santé publique). Université de Montréal.

(2009) Dietary antioxidant intake and lung cancer risk: a population-based case-control study. Maîtrise avec mémoire (Santé communautaire). Université de Montréal.

(2006) Baccalauréat (Sciences de l'environnement). McGill University.

Présentation

Sujets de recherche

Promotion de la santé, Épidémiologie, Déterminants sociaux de la santé, Habitudes de vie et santé, Santé communautaire / santé publique.

Disciplines de recherche

Épidémiologie et biostatistique, Médecine préventive et communautaire.

Mots-clés

promotion de la santé, géographie de la santé, épidémiologie sociale, évaluation, méthodes mixtes.

Intérêts de recherche

Mes travaux s’inscrivent à l’intersection de la promotion de la santé, de l’épidémiologie sociale et de la géographie. Je m'intéresse à la création de villes saines et équitables et aux inégalités sociales de santé chez les jeunes, de l'adolescence à l'âge de jeune adulte. Mes intérêts incluent également l'évaluation de programmes et d'interventions ciblant les déterminants sociaux de la santé tels que les projets de revitalisation urbaine.

Centre de recherche

Centre de recherche du CHUS

Langues parlées et écrites

Anglais, Français

Prix et distinctions

  • (2019) Bourse de formation postdoctorale Banting. Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada. (Prix / Récompense).
  • (2017) Bourse de formation postdoctorale. Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada. (Prix / Récompense).
  • (2015) Article de l'année. Health and Place. (Prix / Récompense).

Financement

Subvention. (Obtenu). Co-chercheur. Healthy By Design: Active Apartment Neighbourhoods. Agence de santé publique du Canada (ASPC). NA. 97000 $ (2017-2022).

Subvention. (Obtenu). Chercheur principal. Process and Outcome Evaluation: Helping Female Sex Workers Leave Sex Work. Public Safety Canada. NA. 265028 $ (2017-2022).

Subvention. (Obtenu). Collaborateur. Environments and Health INTERACT : INTErventions, Research and Action in Cities Team. Instituts de Recherche en Santé du Canada (IRSC). Operating grant. 2000000 $ (2016-2021).

Subvention. (Obtenu). Co-demandeur. Healthy and Resilient Cities: The Connected Community Approach. Instituts de Recherche en Santé du Canada (IRSC). Planning and Dissemination. 18000 $ (2019-2020).

Subvention. (Terminé). Collaborateur. Pour une approche relationnelle des effets de lieu sur les inégalités de santé à Paris et à Montréal: l'importance des pratiques et des représentations spatiales des habitants. Université Sorbonne Paris Cité & CNRS. NA. 174250 $ (2015-2019).

Subvention. (Terminé). Collaborateur. LOI: Improving Cancer Control in Quebec Through Applied Health Services and Policy Research. Instituts de Recherche en Santé du Canada (IRSC). NA. 10000 $ (2017-2018).

Subvention. (Terminé). Co-chercheur. LOI - Environments and Health INTERACT : INTErventions, Research and Action in Cities Team. Instituts de Recherche en Santé du Canada (IRSC). Team Grant - Letter of Intent. 50000 $ (2016-2017).

Subvention. (Terminé). Co-chercheur. Interdisciplinary Study of Inequalities in Smoking (ISIS). Instituts de Recherche en Santé du Canada (IRSC). Operating Grant. 556360 $ (2010-2014).

Contrat. (Terminé). Chercheur principal. Reducing health inequalities through settings related interventions. Agence de santé publique du Canada (ASPC). 25000 $

Publications

Articles de revue

  • Shareck M, Benmarhnia T, Berger N, Lewis D, Smith NR, Cummins S. (2019). Does the neighbourhood food environment contribute to ethnic inequalities in fast-food intake? Findings from the ORiEL Study. Preventive Medicine Reports, 16, DOI. (Article publié).
  • Vallée J, Shareck M, Le Roux G, Kestens Y, Frohlich KL. (2019). Is accessibility in the eye of the beholder? Social inequalities in spatial accessibility to health-related resources in Montréal, Canada. Social Science and Medicine, (Article accepté).
  • Dubreuil A*, Vallée J, Shareck M, Frohlich KL. (2019). Les espaces de vie quotidiens au cours de la transition vers l’âge adulte: l’exemple des jeunes montréalais. Revue Jeunes et Société (Special issue on La dimension territoriale des parcours des jeunes), (Article accepté).
  • Breslin S, Fuller D, Shareck M. (2019). Research Ethics and Wearable Devices with Vulnerable Populations. Social Science and Medicine, 232, 50-57. (Article publié).
  • Shareck M, Lewis D, Smith NR, Clary C, Cummins S. (2018). Associations between home and school food environments and adolescents' fast-food and sugar-sweetened beverage intake: Findings from The ORiEL Study. Public Health Nutrition, 21(15), 2842-2851. DOI. (Article publié).
  • Gagne T*, Ghenadenik A*, Shareck M, Frohlich KL. (2018). Expected or completed? Comparing two measures of education and their relationship with social inequalities in health among young adults. Social Indicators Research, 135(2), 549-562. (Article publié).
  • Backes V*, Soares Dias da Costa J, Bairros F, Borges Cafruni C, Cummins S, Shareck M, Mason K, Olinto MT. (2018). Food environment, income and obesity: a multilevel analysis of a reality in Southern Brazil. Cadernos de Saúde Pública, 35(8), DOI. (Article accepté).
  • Kestens Y, Winters M, Fuller D, Bell S, Berscheid J, Brondeel R, Cantinotti M, Datta G, Gauvin L, Gough M, Laberee K, Lewis P, Lord S, Luan H, McKay H, Morency C, Muhajarine N, Nelson T, Ottoni C, Poirier Stephens Z, Pugh C, Rancourt G, Shareck M, Sims-Gould J, Sones M, Stanley K, Thierry B, Thigpen C, Wasfi R. (2018). INTErventions, Research, and Action in Cities Team (INTERACT): Natural experiment studies of four urban form interventions. BMC Public Health, 19(51), DOI. (Article publié).
  • Kestens Y, Chaix B, Thierry B, Steinmetz-Wood M*, Shareck M. (2018). Integrating activity spaces in health research: Comparing the VERITAS activity space questionnaire with 7-day GPS tracking and prompted recall. Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology, 25, 1-9. (Article publié).
  • Shareck M, Datta GD, Vallée J, Frohlich KL, Kestens Y. (2018). Is tobacco retailer availability associated with smoking cessation? Findings from the Interdisciplinary Study of Inequalities in Smoking. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, (Article publié).
  • Cummins S, Clary C, Shareck M. (2017). Commentary: Enduring challenges in estimating the effect ofthe food environment on obesity. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 106(2), 445-446. (Article publié).
  • Fuller D, Shareck M, Stanley K. (2017). Ethical implications of location and accelerometer measurement in health research studies with mobile sensing devices. Social Science and Medicine, 191, 84-88. (Article publié).
  • Shareck M, Rousseau MC, Koushik A, Siemiatycki J, Parent ME. (2017). Inverse association between dietary intake of selected carotenoids and vitamin C and risk of lung cancer. Frontiers in Oncology, 7(23), (Article publié).
  • Kestens Y, Chaix B, Shareck M, Vallée J. (2016). Commentary: Comments on Melis et al. The Effects of the Urban Built Environment on Mental Health: A Cohort Study in a Large Northern Italian City. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 13(3), 250-254. (Article publié).
  • Shareck M*, Kestens Y, Vallée J, Datta G, Frohlich KL. (2016). The added value of accounting for activity space when examining the association between tobacco retailer availability and smoking among young adults. Tobacco Control, 25, 406-412. (Article publié).
  • Kestens Y, Chaix B, Gerber P, Desprès M, Gauvin L, Klein O, Klein S, Köppen B, Lord S, Naud A*, Patte M, Payette H, Richard L, Rondier P, Shareck M, Sueur C, Thierry B, Vallée J, Wasfi R. (2016). Understanding the role of contrasting urban contexts in healthy aging: an international cohort studyusing wearable sensor devices (the CURHA study protocol). BMC Geriatrics, 16(96), 1-12. (Article publié).
  • Frohlich KL, Shareck M, Vallée Julie, Abel T, Agouri R, Cantinotti M, Daniel M, Dassa C, Datta G, Gagné T, Leclerc B-S, Kestens Y, O'Loughlin J, Potvin L. (2015). Cohort Profile: The Interdisciplinary Study of Inequalities in Smoking (ISIS). International Journal of Epidemiology, 46(2), (Article publié).
  • Clary C*, Ramos Y, Shareck M*, Kestens Y. (2015). Should we use absolute or relative measures when assessing foodscape exposure in relation to fruit and vegetable intake? Evidence from a wide-scale Canadian study. Preventive Medicine, 71, 83-87. (Article publié).
  • Vallée J, Shareck M*, Kestens Y, Frohlich KL. (2014). Accessibilité des ressources urbaines et santé mentale perçue des jeunes adultes de Montréal, Canada : De l'importance de la mobilité quotidienne. Métropolitiques, 1-7. (Article publié).
  • Fuller, D, Shareck, M. (2014). Commentary: Canada Post community mailboxes: Implications for health research. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 105(6), E453-E455. (Article publié).
  • Shareck M*, Kestens Y, Frohlich KL. (2014). Considering daily mobility for a more comprehensive understanding of contextual effects on social inequalities in health: a conceptual proposal. Health and Place, 29, 154-160. (Article publié).
  • Vallée J , Shareck M*. (2014). Letter to the Editor: Re: "examination of how neighborhood definition influences measurements of youths' access to tobacco retailers: a methodological note on spatial misclassification". American Journal of Epidemiology, 179(5), 660-661. (Article publié).
  • Shareck M*, Kestens Y, Frohlich KL. (2014). Moving beyond the residential neighbourhood to explore social inequalities in exposure to area-level disadvantage: Results from the Interdisciplinary Study on Inequalities in Smoking. Social Science and Medicine, 108, 106-114. (Article publié).
  • Shareck M*, Kestens Y, Gauvin L. (2013). Examining the spatial congruence between data obtained with a novel activity location questionnaire, continuous GPS tracking, and prompted recall surveys. International Journal of Health Geographics, 12(40), 1-10. (Article publié).
  • Shareck M*, Frohlich KL, Poland B. (2013). Reducing social inequities in health through settings-related interventions - a conceptual framework. Global Health Promotion, 20(2), 39-52. (Article publié).
  • Shareck M*, Fuller D*, Hobin E*, Hystad P* (joint authorship). (2012). Challenges to interdisciplinary training for junior space, place and health researchers. Critical Public Health, 22(1), 1-7. (Article publié).
  • Shareck M*, Dassa C, Frohlich KL. (2012). Improving the measurement of neighbourhood characteristics through systematic observation: inequalities in smoking as a case study. Health and Place, 18(3), 671-682. (Article publié).
  • Shareck M*, Ellaway A. (2011). Neighbourhood crime and smoking: the role of objective and perceived crime measures. BMC Public health, 11, 1-10. (Article publié).

Chapitres de livre

  • Frohlich KL, Poland B, Shareck M. (2017). Contrasting Entry Points for Intervention in Health Promotion Practice: Situating and Working with Context. Rootman I, Pederson A, Frohlich KL, Dupéré S Health Promotion in Canada – Critical Perspectives (Fourth). Canada : Canadian Scholars' Press. (Article publié).
  • Shareck, M*, Frohlich, KL. (2013). Rethinking exposure in area studies on social inequities in smoking in youth and young adults. Stock, C and Ellaway A Neighbourhood Structure and Health Promotion (267-286). Springer. (Article publié).
  • Frohlich, KL, Poland, B, Shareck, M*. (2012). Contrasting Entry Points for Intervention in Health Promotion Practice: Situating and Working with Context. Rootman I, Dupéré S, Pederson A, O'Neill M Health Promotion in Canada – Critical Perspectives (Third, 102-116). Canada : Canadian Scholars' Press. (Article publié).

Rapports

  • Shareck M*, Frohlich KL, Poland B. (2011). Reducing health inequalities through settings related interventions. Public Health Agency of Canada. 48 p.

Articles de conférence

  • Shareck M, Rousseau MC, Koushik A, Siemiatycki J, Parent ME. (2010). Oral presentation: Dietary Intake of Antioxidants and Risk of Four Histological Subtypes of Lung Cancer: a Population-Based Case-Control Study. Chronic Diseases in Canada, (Article publié).
  • Shareck M, Rousseau MC, Siemiatycki J, Parent ME. (2008). Poster presentation: Fruit, Vegetables, and Risk of Lung Cancer by Smoking Intensity: A Population-Based Case-Control Study. American Journal of Epidemiology (Supplement), (Article publié).
  • Parent ME, Shareck M, Désy M, Rousseau MC, Siemiatycki J. (2006). Poster presentation: Night work and risk of prostate and colon cancers. American Journal of Epidemiology (Supplement), S216. (Article publié).

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