Social Determinants of Dementia: Does Marriage Matter?
Type: Expo Zone
Recent national studies, led by MSU scholars, found that unmarried people, including the cohabiting, divorced/separated, widowed, and never married, had significantly higher odds of developing dementia in late life than their married counterparts! Find out more by coming to this fascinating expo zone presentation! These findings will be helpful for health policy makers and practitioners who seek to better identify vulnerable subpopulations and to design effective intervention strategies to reduce dementia risk!
- Hui Liu , Professor , Sociology , MSU
Ages: All Ages
- Social Science
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Time and Location
Date/Time: 4/4/2020 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: Chemistry Building
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