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Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2023 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Categories: TraCS-sponsored

Housing insecurity is a prevalent public health concern associated with a multitude of adverse health outcomes. Join Aarti Bhat, MS, a PhD candidate in the Demography Dual Degree Program within the Penn State College of Human Development & Family Studies, for a discussion on health implications of housing insecurity across the lifespan.

Midlife and older adults in the U.S. are increasingly entering these phases of life cost-burdened. Bhat's unique research addresses the physical and biological health implications of a range of housing insecurity experiences for these populations. Her work also has implications for policy measures to reduce disparities in housing issues for vulnerable populations-resulting in improved public health.

The CTSA Visiting Trainee Program brings clinical and translational trainees from across the CTSA Consortium to NC TraCS Institute for research seminars and virtual campus visits.


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