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Understanding Alcohol Use During Pregnancy in South African Bars: Identifying Opportunities for Early Intervention

Melissa Watt, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Global Health
Duke Global Health Institute

Karmel Choi, M.A.
DGHI Doctoral Scholar
Ph.D. Student in Clinical Psychology

About the speakers: 

Melissa Watt is a public health researcher with specific training in mixed methods research. Her research focuses primarily on understanding HIV risk behaviors in South Africa, with specific attention to gendered context, substance use and mental health.

Karmel Choi is a Ph.D. student in Clinical Psychology and DGHI Doctoral Scholar. Her specific research interest is in mental health during the perinatal period and outcomes for mothers and children.

The seminar lasts for one hour.


Start Date
Thursday, October 16, 2014
End Date
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Start Time
12:00 pm
Trent Hall, Room 124