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If the Lead Author is NOT the Lead Presenter, please enter LAST NAME, and first and middle INITIALS for the lead presenter (for John G. Smith, you would enter Smith JG).
Please provide the name and affiliation of all faculty. Please enter LAST NAME, and first and middle INITIALS (for John G. Smith, you would enter Smith JG). Please identify the Session Coordinator (denoted in red below), followed by other session faculty. NOTE: a maximum of 5 total faculty including partners is permitted. At least one partner is required.
All other authors in order of authorship
Please include Last Name, First Initial, Middle Initial (optional), and Center affiliation in parenthesis, e.g.:
Smith JG (National Center on Homelessness Among Veterans, University of Alabama School of Public Health)
Johnson FT (Drexel University, Dornsife Scool of Public Health)
Mendoza B (Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion, Philadelphia)
The abstract should be 500 words (total, not per question) or less. Your abstract should address the following:
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than using symbols (e.g., Chi-squared, R-squared). You may use >= or <= for "greater than or equal
to" or "less than or equal to," respectively.
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