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Congratulations Thu Nguyen

Congratulations Thu!

Thu has been chosen to present her poster on Comparing Youth and Maternal Reports on Behavioral Problems: Predictors of Discrepancies and Implications for Risky Behaviors at the Society for Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiologic Research (SPER)’s Annual Meeting June 17 – 18, 2013 in Boston

Congratulations Kelsey Holt

Congratulations Kelsey!

Kelsey has been  chosen to present her abstract on Reproductive rights in Chile: An analysis of abortion legislation in one of the world’s most restrictive legal contexts at the APHA 141st Annual Meeting and Exposition

Boston, MA • November 2-6, 2013

MCH WEBINAR 2013

Thank you to both Jackie Morgan (Food Services Director, Milton Public Schools) and Juliana Cohen (Research Fellow, HSPH Department of Nutrition) for the wonderful and informative Webinar hosted on February 26th entitled: “Understanding the New MA School Nutrition Policies”. Please click here to see the recorded webinar.

Webinar sponsored by MCH at HSPH and BUSPH

Report of the 2004 Boston Youth Survey

The Harvard Youth Violence Prevention Center announces the release of the Report of the 2004 Boston Youth Survey

The Harvard Youth Violence Prevention Center is pleased to announce the release of the Report of the 2004 Boston Youth Survey, based on a representative sample of 1079 9th-12th graders from Boston Public Schools (including exam and charter schools.) The release of this report represents a major milestone in the longterm productive collaboration between HYVPC and the City of Boston. Continue reading

Diversitydata.org

Diversitydata.org, The Metropolitan Quality of Life Web Site, is launched

The DiversityData project identifies metropolitan area indicators of diversity, opportunity, quality of life and health for various racial and ethnic population groups. This Website is now available to a wide variety of potential users interested in describing, profiling and ranking U.S. metros in terms of quality of life. The indicators provide a scorecard on diversity and opportunity, and allow researchers, policymakers and community advocates to compare metro areas and to help them advocate for policy action and social change.

Visit  DiversityofData.org.