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CPIPR highlights research on demography, population health, & reproductive health from NICHD-funded Population Dynamics Research Centers.
Managed by PRB.

We post about (in no particular order) #Demography #Sociology #SocialScience #Research #Data #Health #HealthEquity #HealthDisparities #PublicHealth #Healthcare #MedMastodon #Gender #Family #Children #Youth #Epidemiology #Maternal #Fertility #FPRH #Mortality #Inequality #SDOH #NICHDimpact

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PopResearchCtrs, to Health
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A review of data from 51 countries finds that adolescent girls and young women using hormonal contraception had lower odds of being anemic. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37978956/

@medmastodon @pediatrics

PopResearchCtrs, to Health
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Survey finds that people want more information from their primary care provider about fertility; they report having fertility concerns dismissed by healthcare providers; and feel that healthcare providers lack sensitivity in discussing fertility related issues.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/38682555/

@medmastodon

PopResearchCtrs, to geopolitics
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PopResearchCtrs, to ukteachers
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Students who change schools between 8th and 9th grade (such as when adolescents from multiple middle schools move to a single high school) report significantly less delinquency after the shift than those who do not.

Read more: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/38107511/

@edutooters

PopResearchCtrs, to college
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College Degrees Yield Lifetime Benefits for Disadvantaged Students:

Those who grew up as the least likely to graduate see the greatest returns, including less poverty, more time married, and greater civic engagement.

Read this and other highlights from Jennie Brand's new book
https://www.prb.org/articles/college-degrees-yield-lifetime-benefits-for-the-unlikeliest-graduates/

@demography @sociology

PopResearchCtrs, to Marriage
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New research shows that the number of years men spend married has dropped sharply—especially among those without a bachelor’s degree.
https://popresearchcenters.org/research-highlights/the-rise-of-the-no-bachelors-bachelor/

@demography @sociology

PopResearchCtrs, to climate
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New data shows that associations between environmental attitudes and childbearing preferences may have strengthened over time.

Environmental attitudes may be a factor in the recent decline in youth's fertility desires and could have consequences for future fertility.

Read more: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37789865/

@demography @sociology @ClimateNewsNow

PopResearchCtrs, to geopolitics
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Demographers and sociologists:

Please help us build our network so we can share and boost all of the amazing research.

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@demography @sociology

PopResearchCtrs, to climate
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📣 CSDE Panel on Climate Impacts on Population Health: Data Science, Demography, & Disparities

Fri, Mar 1, 2024
12:30-1:30PM Pacific

Panelists (UW experts Sameer Shah, Karen Chen, Joan Casey, and Kris Ebi) will prove short overviews of their research & how they've approached the challenges of studying climate impacts on population health through integrating data science techniques & demography to further our understanding.

https://washington.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_NF7jt8h8T8yAZij9CwQinA#/registration

@demography @sociology

PopResearchCtrs, to Health
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In the first 9 months of the COVID-19 pandemic, postpartum visit attendance declined by 5.8 percentage points.

The biggest declines occurred among non-Hispanic Black individuals, those age 19 or younger, and those without postpartum insurance.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36701617/

@medmastodon @publichealth @pediatrics @demography

PopResearchCtrs, to geopolitics
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📣 CSDE Seminar: Modelling Migration to Understand Demographic Change

When: Fri., Feb 23, 2024 (12:30-1:30 PM Pacific)

Register: https://washington.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gZoVUgZQSUCkj6ewHdkX-g#/registration

@demography @sociology @economics #Demography

PopResearchCtrs, to Marriage
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Unlike prior evidence for the U.S. and the Netherlands, data from Chile suggest that "specialization" (having different roles in the household) is associated with a lower probability of divorce and separation for both married and cohabiting couples. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/38037551/

@demography @sociology

PopResearchCtrs, to geopolitics
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DYK that Penn State's Population Studies Center has a YouTube channel?

You can find recorded colloquia and lectures on demography and population health topics.

The latest is on genetic ancestry tests.

https://youtu.be/LhYFWjqElic?si=j0E7zaxNAHGi4v4V

@demography @sociology

PopResearchCtrs, to ukteachers
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Increasing positive early childhood experiences corresponds with greater likelihood of being "healthy and ready to learn" in school, even in the face of adversities. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37532124/

@edutooters

PopResearchCtrs, to geopolitics
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📣 CSDE Seminar – Riding the Leviathan: Gender, Fertility, and Selfhood in Autocratic China

When: Fri., Feb. 16, 2024 (12:30-1:30 PM)

Register: https://washington.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_DptuRv-MQFynLCcdsVzkhQ#/registration

@demography @sociology

PopResearchCtrs, to Health
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Expanded SNAP benefits boosted food security during the COVID-19 emergency.

And households in the food assistance program made healthier food purchases in 2020.

Read more:
https://www.prb.org/articles/expanded-snap-benefits-boosted-food-security-during-the-covid-19-emergency-study-finds/

@demography @sociology @publichealth @publicpolicy

PopResearchCtrs, to privacy
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New paper traces the history of privacy and disclosure control in the U.S. decennial census since 1790. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37928237/
@demography

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📣 Learning opportunity! DSDR.ICPSR.UMICH.EDU

Learn how to:

  • Discover, access, & share research data on maternal & child health, the human lifecycle, & health disparities
  • Meet NIH data sharing requirements for NICHD-funded grants by depositing data with DSDR
  • Access resources to advance research and data sharing

Webinar is free and open to the public.

Register:
https://umich.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_f37I_5dYS4aha9uoi6xM7A#/registration

@demography @publichealth @sociology @epidemiology

PopResearchCtrs, to Health
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New research found that Black and Latina cisgender women have low awareness of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for the prevention of HIV. The women interviewed proposed different ideas for interventions, including support groups, education, community-level programs, and structural interventions. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37796358/
@publichealth

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New analysis finds that adolescents with moderate nutrition knowledge were less likely to have high body mass index (BMI) compared to those with low knowledge. However, there was no association between parental dietary knowledge and adolescents' BMI. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37872636/

@medmastodon

PopResearchCtrs, to DadBin
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Youth with longer durations and more frequent episodes of homelessness have substantially poorer health outcomes.

Details: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37578404/

@publichealth

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Adults who had a household family member with extensive health needs had higher odds of delaying or forgoing their own needed health care.

Being female, uninsured, and having a household income ≤ 400% of the Federal Poverty Level was associated with higher risk of having unmet healthcare needs.

Details:
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37036678/

@medmastodon @publichealth @publicpolicy

PopResearchCtrs, to Nurses
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How do mandated minimum nurse-to-patient ratios affect patient outcomes, costs, and hospital decisions?

Data from California provides some answers. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37939411/

@medmastodon @publichealth

PopResearchCtrs, to DadBin
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Increasing positive early childhood experiences corresponds with greater likelihood of being "healthy and ready to learn" in school, even in the face of adversities. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37532124/

@edutooters

PopResearchCtrs, to demography
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💡 "...partnering with individuals who have personally experienced homelessness can enhance many phases of the research process, particularly ones that are challenging for scholars" say a team of experts in their new paper.
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37204566/

@demography @sociology @economics @publichealth

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