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Health, Healthcare, Healthy Communities

Type: Paper
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Day: 4/6/2020
Start / End Time: 11:40 AM / 1:15 PM (MDT)
Room: Virtual Track 3
Organizers: Abrar Almalki, Craig Carey, ANNA NTARLADIMA
Chairs: Craig Carey



Type Details Minutes Start Time
Presenter Anna-Maria Ntarladima*, UMC Utrecht, Derek Karssenberg, Utrecht University, Ilonca Vaartjes, UMC Utrecht, Diederick Grobbee, UMC Utrecht, Oliver Schmitz, Utrecht University, Meng Lu, Utrecht University, Gerard Hoek, Institute of Risk Assessment, UU , Ulrike Gehring, Institute of Risk Assessment, Air pollution and lung function in young children using updated exposure assessment techniques 15 11:40 AM
Presenter Angelika Winner*, CUNY - Graduate Center, Juliana Maantay, The CUNY Graduate Center - Lehman College, Ethnography of food and health in Newark, New Jersey: An intersectional study of food environments, shopping practices, geographic access, and their entanglements with food and health inequities 15 11:55 AM
Presenter Craig Carey*, , Contesting Austerity: The Responses of Feminist and LGBTQ Activists to the Changing Landscape of HIV/AIDS and Mental Health Services in Manchester 15 12:10 PM
Presenter Abrar Almalki*, Ph.D. Candidate in Energy and Environmental Systems, NCAT, Balakrishna Gokaraju, Associate Director, Visualizations and Computing Advanced Research Center (ViCAR). Associate Professor, Computational Science and Engineering (CSE), Food Access and Its Impact on Health Issues Using Spatio-Temporal Variability Analysis. 15 12:25 PM
Presenter Robert Vos*, University of Southern California, Spatial Sciences Institute, Jennifer Unger, University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, Jane Steinberg, University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, Aydin Orhun, University of Southern California, Spatial Sciences Institute, Jasmine Wu, University of Southern California, Physical Accessibility of California Populations to Licensed and Unlicensed Cannabis Retail Facilities: Implications for Health Equity and Enforcement 15 12:40 PM

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