State of Child Health in the U.S.

Alison Miller, Associate Professor of Health Behavior and Health Education

Health outcomes for many children in the United States lag behind those of other developed countries. Moreover, significant socio-economic disparities exist in child morbidity and mortality. This seminar will review the state of child health among US children (ages 0-18 years), integrating developmental and social-contextual perspectives to understand influences on health outcomes among US children.
This session is particularly suited for students who are being introduced to research with children and adolescents during their summer work or internship experience, but is open to anyone who is interested in learning more.

Lunch will be provided.
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Map 300 N Ingalls Building - Center for Human Growth and Development; 10th Floor

June 2019

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12:00pm - 1:00pm

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