5111.0 Social Epidemiology

Wednesday, November 7, 2007: 12:30 PM
Oral
This interesting session will focus on social epidemiology. A presentation on the relationship between social capital and health status will be followed by a study of the effect of physical and social limitations on depression. Other presentations will discuss the enrolment of hard-to-reach populations, the possible effects of unemployment and income inequalities on suicide mortality and the social consequences of possible pandemic influenza interventions.
Session Objectives: At the conclusion of the session, the participant (learner) in this session will be able to: 1) Articulate the methodological and practical significance of the endogeneity of social capital and health; 2) Understand the relationships between an individualís physical activity and social activity limitation and his/her depression; 3) Evaluate the possible consequences of failure to retain the hard-to-reach in longitudinal studies; 4) To understand the associations of suicide mortality with unemployment and income inequalities in Taiwan; and 5) Identify health and social consequences of non-pharmaceutical public health interventions to contain pandemic flu.
Moderator:

1:20 PM
Estimating the Unanticipated Consequences of Pandemic Flu
David M. Abramson, PhD MPH, Daniel Bienstock, PhD, Stephen S. Morse, PhD, Andrew Garrett, MD MPH, Gregory A. Thomas, MS, Elizabeth Fuller, DrPH and Lisa Soloff

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Organized by: Epidemiology
Endorsed by: Statistics, Mental Health, APHA-Committee on Women's Rights

CE Credits: CME, Health Education (CHES), Nursing

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