Ethan M Berke, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Community and Family Medicine
Associate Professor of The Dartmouth Institute
Community and Family Medicine
The Dartmouth Institute
University of Washington, MPH 2006
Albany Medical College, MD 1995
University of Vermont, BS – Mathematics and Statistics 1991
Norris Cotton Cancer Center
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
Dartmouth Medical School
Department of Community & Family Medicine
Hanover NH 03766
Office: 35 Centerra Parkway
Use of spatial epidemiology and medical geography in understanding issues of public health. Other interests include aging, activity, obesity, and their relationship with the built environment.
The Geography of Health, ECS 155
Mapping Health and DIsease, COCO 10
Family Medicine Clerkship
Utilitarian and Recreational Walking Among Spanish- and English-Speaking Latino Adults in Micropolitan US Towns.
The built environment and utilitarian walking in small U.S. towns.
Built environment change: a framework to support health-enhancing behaviour through environmental policy and health research.
Retail tobacco exposure: using geographic analysis to identify areas with excessively high retail density.
Business list vs ground observation for measuring a food environment: saving time or waste of time (or worse)?
Does neighborhood walkability moderate the effects of intrapersonal characteristics on amount of walking in post-menopausal women?
A comparison of individual versus community influences on youth smoking behaviours: a cross-sectional observational study.
End-of-life care for Medicare beneficiaries with cancer is highly intensive overall and varies widely.
Predictors of tobacco outlet density nationwide: a geographic analysis.
Objective measurement of sociability and activity: mobile sensing in the community.