The 29th Annual Meeting of the Society for Epidemiologic Research06/01/96
June 13-15, 1996
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL MEASURES IN EPIDEMIOLOGIC SURVEYS
10:30am. Overview of the symposium and introduction to national surveys of health and economic status - Health and economic policy questions addressable in the Health and Retirement Study and the Asset and Health Dynamics Study. Presenter: Robert B.Wallace 10:45am. Detailed measurement of personal and family wealth and assets in population surveys. Presenter: Michael Hurd 11:05am. The measurement of family structure and economic and social exchanges within: implications for health and policy studies. Presenter: John Henretta 11:25am. Survey approaches to measurement of cognitive function and impairment, and their roles in predicting health status. Presenter: A. Regula Herzog 11:40am. Level and change in functional status as measured using alternative survey approaches. Presenter: Willard Rodgers 11:55am. Summary and directions for obtaining resources for further investigative use. Presenter: Robert B. Wallace
EPIDEMIOLOGY IN THE MEDIA: WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?
ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE: EPIDEMIOLOGIC APPROACHES TO A "COMPLEX" DISORDER