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Manasvini Singh Dec 6
So lucky to have give such thoughtful feedback on my paper at (hosted by & ). A VERY high quality conference on causal inference and big questions across econ, epi, and soc. Final paper version:
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Kevin Griffith Dec 6
Replying to @AssumeNormality
In contrast, afternoon naps improved cognition, well-being, productivity, and patience. Why the discrepancy? Office nap rooms are perhaps more comfortable than home environments, and afternoon sleep efficiency is higher. (5/5)
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Alison Gemmill Dec 4
Excited to attend the 4th annual Population Health Workshop today and tomorrow, hosted by Penn. Lots of great interdisciplinary research in a small, intimate setting. I look forward to connecting with some of you!
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Kevin Griffith Dec 5
. presenting her research at : female doctors earn $0.87 for every $1 a male earns for time spent with patients. Disparity appears to be driven by FFS system, which rewards volume and doesn't account for gendered practice patterns (1/2)
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Atheendar Venkataramani Dec 6
John Quattrochi tells us about his fantastic RCT on the health and well-being effects of humanitarian assistance in conflict areas.
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PHSWorkshop Dec 6
Replying to @PhsWorkshop
Why should social scientists care about genetics? Conley: More efficient and consistent estimation of environmental variables, and heritability tells us about dynastic policy effects
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PHSWorkshop Dec 6
Replying to @JacobBor
. comments on Reynolds' provocative cohort hypothesis and its "robust basic fact that literature will have to contend with." He wonders is automobile pollution at play? Smoking?
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PHSWorkshop Dec 6
Replying to @PhsWorkshop
Conley: US residents were more comfortable when they were deploying genetic information for their own decisions (related to donor, dating, embryo situations more so than school, insurance)
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Kevin Griffith Dec 5
. demonstrating how exogenous changes in potable water availability led to decreased heat-related mortality in South Africa --> water infrastructure can help mitigate effects of climate change
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Kevin Griffith Dec 6
Nicholas Reynolds () presents research tracking the decline in health and human capital in the U.S. post-WWII. Declines are evident at an early stage in life (age 17) (1/3)
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Courtney Boen Dec 6
This is an amazing paper, showing the roles of state policy and pharmaceutical marketing tactics in driving geographic disparities in opioid overdose. Rich prescribing, health, demographic, and archival data. Whew.
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Atheendar Venkataramani Dec 6
Really stimulating morning at the cutting edge of population health sciences. New insights on opioids, fertility, sleep, physician decision making, and methods.
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Eugenia (Gina) South, MD MS Dec 6
When OBs experience an adverse pt event, they are likely to switch to unexpected delivery mode for next pt, pour more health resources into those pts, & those pts have worse outcomes. Effect lasts only for 1 pt. Nice study by econ PhD student .
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Alison Gemmill Dec 5
Today I presented some follow-up work examining how the 2016 election may have impacted the most vulnerable infants who suffer greatest health consequences and incur highest hospitalization costs.
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PHSWorkshop Dec 6
Replying to @PhsWorkshop
Conley discusses this paper on social genome of friends and schoolmates -- they found evidence for positive genetic similarity among friends
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Hadi Pirzada Dec 4
Beautiful weather in Karachi. Thanks to Bader expo for providing opportunity to speak on tourism show
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Kevin Griffith Dec 5
The 2016 presidential election was associated with a short-term spike in periviable births (~20-26 weeks after gestation) among Latina mothers. New research by at
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Sasmira Matta Dec 7
This sums up really well. Learning from awesome population health scientists was the best way to end the 1st semester of my PhD.
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Kevin Griffith Dec 6
. at cleverly and articulately demonstrating how providers may overreact to adverse, salient events. If a patient experiences adverse events after cesarean... (1/2)
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Badar Expo Solutions Dec 4
Sustainable Food Safety Seminar at Pakistan Hospitality Show! 5th December Expo Centre Karachi. 03229292916 03066263377 03463220874 02134821159-60
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