2022 Data-Intensive Research Conference: Contextualizing Work and Health Disparities across the Life Course
JULY 20 - 21, 2022 | MINNEAPOLIS, MN & ONLINE
COVID-19 has changed conventions around work and health while also highlighting and exacerbating disparities. These changes are taking place alongside technological innovations, globalization, shifting economies, and changing demographics of places and the workforce. The 2022 Data-Intensive Research Conference will showcase research that explores disparities in work and health within and across particular contexts and demographic subgroups in the U.S. and international settings.
We'll also be hosting several pre-conference workshops on July 18-19th.
Cindy Vang is an Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work. Her research interests are in gerontology, specifically aging in place, sociocultural factors that impact mental health outcomes, and culturally responsive mental health promotion and practices in community-based settings.
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If your research and work benefited from the Life Course Center services and events, please remember to cite our NIA center grant:
The authors gratefully acknowledge support from the University of Minnesota Life Course Center on the Demography and Economics of Aging (P30AG066613), funded through a grant from the National Institute on Aging.