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Erin N. Hulland

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Erin N. Hulland

Erin N. Hulland is a Statistician in the Division of Global Health Protection at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Since starting at the CDC in 2014, Ms. Hulland has worked on a wide range of projects concerning refugees and internally displaced persons internationally.

As a statistician in the Emergency Response and Recovery Branch, Ms. Hulland provides support in survey design and methodology, data collection, and statistical analysis.

She received her BS from Pennsylvania State University and her MPH from Emory University Rollins School of Public Health.

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October 2016
By B. Heidi Ellis, Erin N. Hulland , Alisa B. Miller, Colleen Barrett Bixby, Barbara Lopes Cardozo, and Theresa S. Betancourt

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Reports
October 2016

Somali and Bhutanese refugees are two of the largest groups recently resettled in the United States and Canada. This report examines factors that might promote or undermine the mental health and overall well-being of children of these refugees, with regard to factors such as past exposure to trauma, parental mental health, educational attainment, social support, and discrimination.