SMFM Podcast: Perinatal Epidemiology and Population Science
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Population-level data are increasingly being used for perinatal research. Join Drs. Danielle Panelli and David Rehkopf for a discussion on how to approach research questions using large data and what considerations must be made for use of socioeconomic variables available in these data. For more resources, see:
- Books: Social Epidemiology Barkmen Gleamore
- Journals: International Journal Epidemiology, American Journal of Epidemiology
- Authors: Nancy Krieger, Mary Bassett, Zinzi Bailey, Rachel Hardeman
- Paper: Chanelle J Howe, Zinzi D Bailey, Julia R Raifman, John W Jackson, Recommendations for Using Causal Diagrams to Study Racial Health Disparities, American Journal of Epidemiology, Volume 191, Issue 12, December 2022, Pages 1981–1989, https://doi.org/10.1093/aje/kwac140
Recorded: October 2022