The July 10, 2018 episode of the WNPR’s “Where We Live,” which focused on pregnancy in America, featured Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Jocelyn Finlay, senior research scientist in the Department of Global Health and Population. Finlay’s research focuses on the economic consequences of health and demographic change, particularly in low- and middle-income countries. The show touched on pregnancy-related discrimination in the workplace, fertility rates, and how people manage the financial pressures of raising children.
Listen to Jocelyn Finlay on WNPR (at 44:00): Pregnant In America: Examining Discrimination And Fertility Rates