The Impact of Precarious Work Schedules on Early Childhood Health

Location: Bridgeport, Connecticut

PROJECT SUMMARY: This project will explore the impact of precarious work schedules on early childhood health outcomes. It will also provide us with the opportunity to expand each team member and their institution’s capacity to incorporate health impacts, analysis, metrics, and a health equity focus into research and community engagement projects.

The Impact of Precarious Work Schedules on Early Childhood Health
TEAM MEMBERS

[Pictured Left to Right]

  • Julio López Varona, JD, Co-Director of Community Dignity Campaigns, Center for Popular Democracy, Puerto Rico.
  • Michele Kilpatrick, JD, Research Analyst, The Center for Popular Democracy, Brooklyn, New York
  • Julia Henly, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
"Interdisciplinary Research Leaders is a great opportunity to contribute to an agenda that is driven by the community and uses evidence-based research to achieve health equity."
— Julio López Varona

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