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Webcast: Does ending collection of data make the problem go away?

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has proposed changing its Current Employment Statistics Survey to stop asking employers for their number of female workers. In 2003, California voters rejected a constitutional initiative that would have prevented the state's agencies from collecting information about people's race and ethnicity. The 2000 U.S. census provided Americans for the first time with an opportunity to check multiple race/ethnicity categories. What do all three situations have in common? They potentially impact the kind of data available to monitor health disparities.

In the final symposium of the "Health Disparities & the Body Politic" series, an international group of speakers will discuss the politics of public health data--both its presence and its absence--and how health statistics systems shape knowledge about disparities.

Webcast URL: http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/disparities

International Speakers:
John Fox, Director of Statistics, Department of Health, United Kingdom
Franois Hran, Director, Institut national d'tudes dmographiques, Paris, France
Vickie Mays, Professor of Clinical Psychology, UCLA, and Director, UCLA Center on Research, Education, Training, and Strategic Communications on Minority Health Disparities
Eduardo Mota, Chief of Health Statistics, Instituto de Saude Coletiva, Brazil

Discussant: Godfrey Woelk, Associate Professor, Department of Community Medicine, College of Health Sciences, University of Zimbabwe

Moderator:
Nancy Krieger, HSPH Associate Professor of Society, Human Development, and Health

Q&A Panelists: Howard Koh, Associate Dean for Public Health Practice, HSPH, and Former Massachusetts Commissioner of Public Health; Robert Blendon, HSPH Professor of Health Policy and Management; Mary Waters, Professor of Sociology, Harvard University; Evelynn Hammonds, Profess
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Contact: Christina Roache
croache@hsph.harvard.edu
617-432-6052
Harvard School of Public Health
26-Apr-2005


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