The DHS Program at the 2021 PAA Annual Meeting

May 5th marks the first day of the 2021 Population Association of America (PAA) Annual Meeting. The premier conference of demographers and social and health scientists from the United States and abroad, this year’s PAA Annual Meeting is virtual. You must register to access sessions of the 2021 PAA Annual Meeting.

Over the next four days, demographers and public health professionals will present research, view and comment on posters, and network with peers. For those attending the PAA Annual Meeting, DHS Program staff will be presenting their findings using DHS data. Find the schedule below:

Wednesday, May 5, 2021Time*Type & Number
Trends and the Relationship between Maternal Health and Empowerment in Pakistan, 2012-2018
Lindsay Mallick, Rabia Zafar, Christina Juan, Johanna Useem
1:00pm-2:15pmSession 45
Thursday, May 6, 2021Time*Type & Number
Stunting and Anemia for Children in Urban Poor Environments
Shireen Assaf, Christina Juan
9:30-11:00amPoster 3-103
Trajectories Into Contraceptive Use Among Adolescents in Burundi, Colombia, and Nepal
Kerry L.D. MacQuarrie
10:45am-12:00pmSession 114
Gender- and Sexuality-Based Violence
Discussant: Dr. Sunita Kishor, Director, The DHS Program
1:00-2:15pmSession 134
Friday, May 7, 2021Time*Type & Number
Intention to Use Contraceptives in Jordan: Further Analysis of the Jordan Population and Family Health Survey 2017-18
Sara Riese
9:30-11:00amPoster 6-66
Disability Status and the Experience of Unintended Pregnancy in 5 Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Kerry L.D. MacQuarri
e, Julia Fleuret
1:30-3:00pmPoster 7-48
Contraceptive Use, Method Mix, and Method Availability: A Multilevel Analysis
Lindsay Mallick, Shireen Assaf, Michelle Weinberger, Gbaike Ajayi
2:30-3:45pmSession 238
*All times listed are in Central Daylight Time

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