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Thursday, August 29 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Poster Session - Parental Perception of School-Based Health Clinics in a Suburban Community

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This study functions as an analysis of fertility trends in the state of Colorado along with the establishment of school-based health centers (SBHCs). Factors such as; the allocation of limited resources, lack of affordable health care services, and cultural perception toward adolescent childbearing among disadvantaged subpopulations in the Colorado could be associated with disproportionate fertility rates in the state.

Speakers
avatar for Jean Scandlyn

Jean Scandlyn

University of Colorado Denver
Jean Scandlyn, PhD, is Clinical Associate Professor in the Departments of Health and Behavioral Sciences and Anthropology at the University of Colorado, downtown Denver campus. A medical anthropologist, her research interests focus on adolescence and early adulthood, health care in... Read More →
avatar for Marisa Westbrook

Marisa Westbrook

Researcher and PhD Student, CU Denver
Marisa Westbrook, MPH, is a PhD student in Health and Behavioral Sciences at CU Denver. Her research interests include structural interventions for health equity, community engagement, structural competency, and critical public health pedagogy.
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Lisette Martinez

University of Colorado Denver
Lisette Martinez is a public health undergraduate student at CU Denver.
avatar for Sara Yeatman

Sara Yeatman

University of Colorado Denver
Undergraduate public health educationSchool-based health centersReproductive health
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Safa Mechergui

University of Colorado Denver
Safa Mechergui is a public health undergraduate student at CU Denver.


Thursday August 29, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Colorado Rockies Ballroom

Attendees (15)