Health Behavior Health Education Virtual Information Session

Ann Arbor MI 02-25-2019 02-25-2019

You're invited to attend a Health Behavior Health Education Virtual Info Session on Monday, February 25 from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. (EST).

The session will feature Dr. Justin Heinze, an Assistant Professor in Health Behavior and Health Education.

Researchers have established that exposure to violence and victimization in childhood and adolescence is associated with myriad negative outcomes. Dr. Heinze speak about why exposure to violence is important to health disparities research and some of the new approaches to improve our understanding of violence exposure and specifically discuss the critical role schools can play in violence prevention.

Dr Heinze's research interests include developmental transitions, social exclusion/ostracism, school safety and longitudinal data methodology. Current projects examine the social determinants of health and risk behavior in adolescence and emerging adulthood, including substance use, anxiety, and youth violence.

You will not need to install any software for the session. Once you register, a confirmation will be sent to your email with a date and time reminder, a hyperlink for the info session, and instructions for logging in. Please email sph.inquiries@umich.edu if you have questions.

February 25, 2019
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Online, Attend Virtually
Sponsored by: Office for Student Engagement and Practice
Contact Information: Kristen McCarthy, kmcca@umich.edu
Cost: none

Registration >>

You're invited to attend a Health Behavior Health Education Virtual Info Session on Monday, February 25 from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. (EST).

The session will feature Dr. Justin Heinze, an Assistant Professor in Health Behavior and Health Education.

Researchers have established that exposure to violence and victimization in childhood and adolescence is associated with myriad negative outcomes. Dr. Heinze speak about why exposure to violence is important to health disparities research and some of the new approaches to improve our understanding of violence exposure and specifically discuss the critical role schools can play in violence prevention.

Dr Heinze's research interests include developmental transitions, social exclusion/ostracism, school safety and longitudinal data methodology. Current projects examine the social determinants of health and risk behavior in adolescence and emerging adulthood, including substance use, anxiety, and youth violence.

You will not need to install any software for the session. Once you register, a confirmation will be sent to your email with a date and time reminder, a hyperlink for the info session, and instructions for logging in. Please email sph.inquiries@umich.edu if you have questions.