Advocacy in Epidemiology and Demography
Published in: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, v. 954, Dec. 2001, p. 76-87
This paper is a summary of a panel discussion at the Conference on Epidemiology and Demography held at Georgetown University, in Washington D.C. on February 8-9, 2001. The participants were Al Hermalin, Linda Martin, Mike Stoto, Robert Wallace, Douglas Weed, and Rose Li (who chaired the session). A list of questions similar to the section headings in this paper was prepared in advance of the conference, and each of the participants was asked to address specific issues, although the presentations typically covered a range of topics. This summary also includes comments from the floor.
- Copyright: New York Academy of Sciences
- Publisher: New York Academy of Sciences
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- Pages: 12
- Document Number: EP-200112-12
- Year: 2001
- Series: External Publications
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