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UHC Research Seminar: A Geographic Analysis of Child Fatalities in Philadelphia

Friday, February 3, 2017

2:00 PM-3:00 PM

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Presented by Carolina Hausmann-Stabile, PhD, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, College of Public Health, Temple University
 
Her talk is titled "A geographic analysis of child fatalities in Philadelphia." In this project, she categorizes the typology, location, and spatial clustering of fatalities among children in Philadelphia, and explores the relationship between spatial patterns of child fatalities, and the socio-demographic (age, gender, race, ethnicity) and socio-environmental (neighborhood) characteristics associated with child fatalities. 
 

UHC Research Seminar Series
The research seminar series provides opportunities to learn about new areas in urban health research and explores ways research can impact practice and policy in urban settings.

The Drexel Urban Health Collaborative works to improve health in cities by increasing scientific knowledge and public awareness of health and health variation within cities, and by promoting urban policies and partnerships that promote health and reduce health inequalities.

Contact Information

Urban Health Collaborative
UHC@drexel.edu

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Location

Dornsife School of Public Health
Nesbitt Hall, Room 719

Audience

  • Everyone