Webinar: Health Services and Behavioral Research Seminar – “Maternal Depression and Women’s Economic Outcomes: A Longitudinal Analysis”
May 18, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
“Maternal Depression and Women’s Economic Outcomes: A Longitudinal Analysis” will be presented by Mark McGovern, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Health Behavior, Society and Policy at Rutgers School of Public Health.
Dr. McGovern is a health economist with research interests in maternal/child health, aging and HIV/AIDS. His main focus within these areas is on the life cycle impact of inequality at birth. His methodological work deals with missing data and causal inference, particularly the application of quasi-experimental approaches to address policy questions in population health related to health disparities. Examples of his recent research includes examining the determinants and consequences of maternal/child health, including birth weight, undernutrition/stunting and vaccines.
Participants may also join by calling 929-205-6099, meeting ID 981 1205 1156. If prompted, enter passcode 070946.