Julianna Pacheco presented at a commissioned conference at the University of Missouri Truman School of Public Affairs on February 2, 2018. Her presentation was entitled, “Using Anchoring Vignettes to Re-evaluate the Link Between SRHS and Political Behavior,” and was part of a panel on advancing the study of health and political participation.
Pacheco’s and six other papers, vetted prior to the conference, were presented, discussed, and will be revised for publication in a special issue of Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law (JHPPL), on health and political participation.
Pacheco is an associate professor in the UI Department of Political Science, a scholar-in-residence for the PPC’s Politics and Policy Research Program, and a researcher for the PPC’s Health Policy Research Program. Her research interests include political behavior, public opinion, state and local politics, and health policy.