I strive to produce innovative, high quality research on issues relating to family dynamics and health and wellbeing. I draw on a life course approach and stress process for theoretical direction and typically employ advanced longitudinal techniques (growth curve models, competing risks analysis) on large secondary datasets to conduct my research.
longitudinal research, health and families, mental health, divorce, bereavement, social capital
Sociology of Health and Illness
Sociology of Mental Illness
Here's one way Canada's health care system compares with the US. Our Teeth Are Making Us Sick nyti.ms/2qSwQYP via @NickKristof5/23/2017 9:19:29 PM
"If your baby is going to die and it doesn't have to, it shouldn't matter how much money you make." So obvious. Wh… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…5/3/2017 12:20:43 PM
@iwashyna @drseanbagshaw @ICU_DZ @DeanEurich @UAlberta_ICU Always fun to chat with others who have an abiding inter… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…4/14/2017 10:02:25 PM