Researching Health Outcomes in Racially Ambiguous Populations
The University of Texas at San Antonio College for Health, Community, and Policy & AIR present the Pipeline Partnership Program Distinguished Lecture Series
Three-fourths of Latinos refused to identify themselves into the official United States Office of Management and Budget (OMB) racial categories in the 2020 census. Over half the babies born in California have mothers and fathers from different single-race groups. Race is one of the major variable used to track health outcomes.
How do investigators conduct research with racially ambiguous populations?
Date: Wed, April 24, 2024
Time: 5:00 PM - 6:15 PM (CST)
Location: Main Building 0.208
Do you have any questions ahead of our event? Contact: The P3 Team at AIR