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Michael GoldmanAssociate Professor of Sociology, University of Minnesota Commentary by Jonathan Levine, Professor and Chair of the Urban & Regional Planning Program, University of Michigan Department of Urban and Regional Planning. Co-Sponsored by the University of Michigan School of Information 4:00-5:30pm in the Betty Ford Classroom (1110 Weill Hall) at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.
2008 - 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
About the Conference Health policy is often equated with health insurance and programs explicitly linked with the provision of medical and health services. However, many public policies and expenditures can and do affect population health and health disparities, even though health is neither a central goal nor an anticipated side effect of these efforts.
2006 -
This workshop largely replicated last year's successful course. Read about the 2003 Summer Workshop, including participant comments . Participants were provided with training in the use of the 1% and 5% Public Use Micro-sample from Census 2000 and other Census Bureau datasets so that they can better understand social and economic issues affecting low-income populations and carry out their own analyses.
2004 -
At our first annual Summer Workshop, participants learned how to use the latest Census Bureau datasets to better understand social and economic issues affecting low-income populations. The workshop was taught by Reynolds Farley, the Dudley Duncan Professor of Sociology at the University of Michigan and Research Scientist at the Institute for Social Research.
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