Center for Population Studies

University of Mississippi

Presentations from the 2018 Delta Regional Forum

Accessing Data on Children and Families- Mississippi KIDS COUNT
Heather Hanna and Colleen McKee, Mississippi State University Social Science Research Center

Connecting the Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with Community Health Centers to Provide Breastfeeding Support to Vulnerable Babies
John J. Green, University of Mississippi Center for Population Studies; David Allen III, University of Mississippi Center for Population Studies and Department of Pharmacy Administration; Mobolaji Famuyide, University of Mississippi Medical Center Division of Newborn Medicine; Jamie Ford, University of Mississippi Medical Center Division of Newborn Medicine; Sannie Snell, Women and Children Health Initiatives, Inc., and John Bentley, University of Mississippi Department of Pharmacy Administration

Cumulative Spatial Disadvantage and the Role of Human and Social Capital- A Spatial Analysis of Income and Poverty in the Multi-State Delta
Katrina Alford, University of Mississippi Center for Population Studies

The Future of Data Dissemination at the US Census Bureau
KaNin Reese, US Census Bureau

Healthy Communities- The Intersection of Community Development and Health
Santee Ezell-Johnson, Mississippi State University

Presumptive Eligibility as a Policy Avenue to Improve Birth Outcomes in Mississippi
Rachel Haggard, University of Mississippi Center for Population Studies, in collaboration with John Green, University of Mississippi Center for Population Studies, and Wengora Thompson, March of Dimes

What’s at Stake for Mississippi in the 2018 Farm Bill-A Farm Bill Law Enterprise Analysis
Nicole Negowetti, Clinical Instructor, and Kyla Kaplan and Tess Pocock, Interns, Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic