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Indian lab cofounded by Adhvaryu demonstrates links among women's skills training, employment, welfare, and company profits

Bleakley says state educational initiatives favoring skills-oriented career training may have more ROI for employers than workers

Bailey's study linking Pill access to women's wage gains bolsters NYT critique of federal anti-contraception moves

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Live coverage of former Census director on crucial issues surrounding Census 2020. TODAY 2 pm.

PDHP invites applications for Faculty Small Grants in support of population science

ISR seeking applicants for new Community Guides program

PRB policy communication training for pre-docs extends application deadline to March 12

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Mon, April 2, 2018, noon: Sean Reardon on Educational Inequality

Rebecca Leinberger

Graduate Student, Population Studies Center.

Graduate Student, Health Behavior and Health Education, School of Public Health.

Health Behavior and Health Education, Year: advanced

PSC Mentor: Arline T. Geronimus, Yasamin Kusunoki

Research Interests: racial/ethnic mental health disparities, with a particular emphasis on psychological trauma and correlates of trauma-related disorders

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Janz, Nancy K., Rebecca Leinberger, B. Zikmund-Fisher, S. Hawley, K. Griffith, and R. Jagsi. 2015. "Provider perspectives on presenting risk information and managing worry about recurrence among breast cancer survivors." Psycho-Oncology, 24(5): 592-600. DOI. Abstract.

Leinberger, Rebecca, Nancy K. Janz, David C. Musch, Leslie M. Niziol, and Brenda W. Gillespie. 2013. "Discussing Driving Concerns With Older Patients I. Vision Care Providers' Attitudes and Behaviors." JAMA Ophthalmolgy, 131(2): 205-212. DOI. Abstract.

Musch, David C., Nancy K. Janz, Rebecca Leinberger, Leslie M. Niziol, and Brenda W. Gillespie. 2013. "Discussing Driving Concerns With Older Patients II. Vision Care Providers' Approaches to Assessment." JAMA Ophthalmolgy, 131(2): 213-218. DOI. Abstract.