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Established in 1968 to foster epidemiologic research, the Society for Epidemiologic Research is the oldest and largest general epidemiology society in North America.

Oct
20
Journal Club - Digital media use and suicidal behavior in U.S. adolescents, 2009–2017
Join Adam Matthew Leventhal for a discussion on "Digital media use and suicidal behavior in U.S. adolescents, 2009–2017"
Oct
27
#TwitterTakeover
Join Nnaemeka Odo! @Dr_Odo
Nov
10
SERdigital - “Infodemic Inoculation – Lessons Learned and Future Directions”
As online news and social media sites flood us with content, epidemiologists must become effective scientific communicators. The current “infodemic”, brought on by the increasing availability of misleading information related to COVID-19, reflects the public health importance of vetting news for accuracy.
Nov
24
#TwitterTakeover
Join Robert Orellana for a #TwitterTakeover!

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#SER2022
June 14-17, 2022
Chicago!

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#SER2021 conference is on demand through July 25th. Click here to access the platform.

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@sandrogalea looks at examples of consequentialist epidemiology in this #SERplaylist. https://t.co/zOjWST7uZH
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#SERMembership includes many benefits, including access previous #SERTalks: https://t.co/vrkCQSaBAH
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2/Thanks to SER, the Communications Committee (Sue Bevan/Sunni Mumford/Eleanor Murry/Rachel Sippy), the Membership Committee (Susan Diaz/Erin Bowles/Anna Pollack), and Katie Terry @UCF_SGHMI for making today happen! Keep in touch @mcrozier33. Signing off! #CrozierTwitterTakeover
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