Today we’re live at Day 2 of our 2018 conference, “Pushing the Boundaries of Population Health Science: Social Inequalities, Biological Processes, and Policy Implications,” in Washington DC.
Stop by and say hello. If you can’t make it in person, follow us on Facebook and Twitter, @ia4phs and the conference hashtag, #pophealth2018.
9:15 Keynote Panel #1: “Innovations in Biosocial Linkages Across the Life Course”
3:00 Keynote Panel #2: “Political Economy and Population Health in the American States”
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10:45 am Concurrent Sessions
- “How Do We Train Population Health Scientists?”
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- “The Diminishing Returns of Socioeconomic Status”
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- “Exploring Population Health Disparities: What Are the Contributions of Genetics, Social Inequalities, and Behavior?”
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- “Innovations in the Use of Multiple Methods in Studies of LGB Populations”
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- “Linking Independent Population Data to Understand Adolescent Health”
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1:30 Concurrent Sessions
- “The Microbiome and Population Health: Promise or Hype?”
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- “Educational Attainment as a Key Social Determinant of Health Over the Life Course”
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- “Bringing it all Back Home: Improving Health through Indoor Home Environment Modifications”
The 2018 conference is supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the National Academy of Medicine Roundtable for Population Health Improvement, the Department of Health Policy and Management at George Washington University, RWJF Health Policy Research Scholars Program, Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado, Colorado University Population Center, Public Health National Center for Innovations, and the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB).