Dr. Natalie Slopen Featured on Pediatrics On Call

In the podcast episode, “Communicating Outside the Exam Room, How Neighborhoods Affect Health,” Dr. Slopen shared findings from a Pediatrics paper she recently co-authored with a team of researchers, including the Center’s Faculty Director, Jack Shonkoff, MD, Dolores Acevedo-Garcia, PhD, Director of the Institute for Child, Youth and Family Policy at Brandeis University, and Clemens Noelke, PhD, Research Director at diversitydatakids.org. The paper, “Neighborhood Opportunity and Mortality Among Children and Adults in Their Households,” explores aspects of how place matters for child and caregiver mortality risk, using data from the Child Opportunity Index (COI). Learn more by reading the full paper.

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