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Families & Health: New Directions in Research & Theory

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June 1-2, 2009

Meeting Overview

This conference provides a unique opportunity to examine the broad implications of family structure, processes, and policies for physical and mental health over the life course by bringing together leading sociologists, psychologists, economists, physicians, epidemiologists, and policy experts, as well as representatives from major foundations. The six sessions will facilitate disciplinary "cross-talk" about cutting-edge research and current controversies in the rapidly evolving study of families and health. Each session will feature four internationally renowned scholars who bring distinctive yet complementary perspectives.

Session topics include:

  • Families, Households, and Living Arrangements
  • Family Change and Instability
  • Family Relationships
  • Caring for Families: Sharing the Burden
  • New Directions in Research Methods
  • The Future of Families and Health Research

The conference is free of charge and seating is still available for those working at an academic institution. Non-academic seats have been filled; however, you may join our waiting list. To register or join our waiting list, please call the National Center for Marriage Research (NCMR) at 419-372-4910, or e-mail the NCMR at ncmr@bgsu.edu. The registration deadline is May 25, 2009.

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