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[Jan 19, 2018] Beyond Discrimination: Why Vigilance Matters for Population Health
Interdisciplinary Research Seminars
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[Sept 8, 2017] A Cautionary Tale about Parental Involvement in Children's Schooling: How Parental Involvement Really Works
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Longitudinal and Multilevel Methods for the Multinomial Logit Model
Speaker: Dr. David Guilkey, Cary C. Boshamer Professor of Economics, UNC-CH; Faculty Fellow, Carolina Population Center
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Competing Risk Data Analysis
Speaker: Dr. C. Suchindran, Professor of Biostatistics, UNC-CH; Faculty Fellow, Carolina Population Center
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Psychosocial Influences on Clinical Outcomes Among Adults Living with HIV
Speaker: Dr. Brian Pence, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, UNC-CH
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MEASURE Evaluation: The Next Five Years
Speaker: Dr. Jim Thomas, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, UNC-CH; Faculty Fellow, Carolina Population Center; Director, MEASURE Evaluation
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Compression of Morbidity: Change over Time in the Morbidity Process
Speaker: Dr. Eileen Crimmins, AARP Professor of Gerontology, University of Southern California
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Incorporating Geographic Context into Randomized Controlled Trials: The Case of the Oral Cholera Vaccine
Speaker: Dr. Michael Emch, Professor and Chair of Geography, UNC-CH; Faculty Fellow, Carolina Population Center
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Social, Biological, and Environmental Linkages
Speaker: Dr. Linda Adair, Professor of Nutrition, UNC-CH; Faculty Fellow, Carolina Population Center
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[Sept 9, 2016] Dr. Elisabeth Root, Health Systems Decentralization in Rural Honduras: Little Evidence for Improvements in Maternal and Child Health
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