Mission Statement

To provide a forum for disseminating research on health and well-being, disease, illness, spatial epidemiology, disease ecology, population health, ethnomedicine and non-Western understandings of health and medicine, spatial aspects of health care delivery, and health care policy and political economy. Further, to promote health geography within geography and related disciplines, and advocate its applications and service to public and private agencies and the general public in the developed and developing world. (Membership dues: $8., students $1).