Saturday, April 13 / 9:15 AM - 10:45 AM Meeting Room 303 (Level 3)

Session 219
Statistical Advances in High Resolution Modeling for Health and Mortality Outcomes

Chair: Samuel J. Clark, The Ohio State University
Discussant: Tyler McCormick, University of Washington, Seattle

1. Estimating Adult Mortality Using Sampled Social Network Data: Evidence From BrazilDennis Feehan , University of California, Berkeley; Matthew J. Salganik, Princeton University.

2. Using Crowd-Sourced Data to Explore Police-Related-Deaths in the United States (2000–2017): The Case of Fatal EncountersBrian K. Finch , University of Southern California; Audrey N. Beck, San Diego State University; Kyla Thomas, University of Southern California; Brian Burghart, University of Southern California; David Klinger, UM-SL; Richard Johnson, Dolan Consulting.

3. Effects of Measurement Error in the American Community Survey on Statistical Analysis: An Example Using Census Tract Mortality Rates.Corey S. Sparks , University of Texas at San Antonio; Lloyd Potter, University of Texas at San Antonio.

4. District-Level Estimates of Childhood Malnutrition in India: Application of Small Area Estimation Technique Using Census and DHS DataSwati Srivastava , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

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