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  • Elliott, W. (2015, April). CSA Effects. 2015 AFN Grantmaker Conference Integrating Across Sectors. Assets Funders Network. Dallas, TX.

  • Ruffolo, M. C. (2015, April). Meeting new challenges: Social innovations and evaluation. Keynote address, Social Service Research Centre Inaugural Conference, National University of Singapore, Singapore.

  • Kieffer, E. (2015, June). Session on my research path and approaches to health inequities and community-based participatory research. 2015 Bridges Health Disparities Workshop for underrepresented MSW students on the path to doctoral studies, Ann Arbor, MI.

  • Ribaudo, J. M. (2015, October). Being therapeutic when you aren't a therapist. 53rd Annual Children’s Mental Health Symposium, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.

  • An, R., & Xiang, X. (2015). Social vulnerability and leisure-time physical inactivity among U.S. adults. American Public Health Association 143rd Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

  • Cafferty, J. J. (2015, June). Building competence for the 1%. Invited Speaker for Maumee Valley Guidance Center, Leave No One Behind Conference, Archbold, OH.

  • Li, L. W. (2015, March). Healthy aging in transitional China: Achievements and challenges. Invited speaker, Chinese Universities of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

  • Newman, P. A., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Logie, C. H., Baiden, P., Doukas, N., Rubincam, C., & Asey, A. (2015, April). Human papillomavirus vaccination for gay and other men who have sex with men: Advancing policy and practice. Paper accepted for oral presentation at the Canadian Association for HIV Research (CAHR) Annual Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

  • Dinh, H., & Gutierrez, L. (2015, August). Exploring the dynamic effects of intersecting social identities on social justice consciousness. American Psychological Association Conference. Toronto, ON, Canada.

  • Lacombe-Duncan, A., & Logie, C. H. (2015, January). A social ecological approach to understanding correlates of breast health among a sample of gender non-conforming sexual minority women in Toronto, Canada. Poster accepted for presentation at the 19th Annual Society for Social Work and Research Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States.

  • Richards-Schuster, K., Ruffolo, M., Lopez, K., Voshel, E.H. (2015). Digital education innovations for social workers: Strategies used at one university to promote critical reflection and engaged learning. Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development. Seoul, South Korea.

  • Kossoudji, S. (2015, October). Words, history, and immigration. Public talk for Crisis in Context: Central American Migration and Social Justice Symposium.

  • Zhang, A., & Walsh, C. (2015, Jul.). Understanding theoretical frameworks of collaboration in an interdisciplinary healthcare team. Oral presentation at the 2015 Chinese International Medical/Healthcare Social Work Symposium: Health / Medical Social Work – Mission, Professionalization and the Future, Shanghai, China.

  • Newman, P.A., Logie, C.H., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Baiden, B., Doukas, N., & Asey, A. (2015, July). Parents’ uptake of human papillomavirus vaccine for their children: A systematic review and metaanalysis. Poster accepted for presentation at the 8th International AIDS Society (IAS) Conference on HIV pathogenesis, treatment and prevention (IAS 2015), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

  • Tolman, R. M., van Anders, S. & Volling, B. (2015, August). Using a simulated infant to explore and enhance paternal responses to infant interaction. 7th International Attachment Conference, New York.

  • Newman, P. A., Logie, C. H., Baiden, P., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Doukas, N., & Rubincam, C. (2015, January). Factors influencing parents' uptake of human papillomavirus vaccine for their children: A meta-analysis of observational studies. Paper accepted for oral presentation at the 19th Annual Society for Social Work and Research Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States.

  • Ruffolo, M. & Lapidos, A. (2015, September). Interprofessional continuing education and training in integrated behavioral health and primary care. University of Michigan Health Professions Education Day, Ann Arbor, MI.

  • Seefeldt, K. S., & Sandstrom, H (2015, February). Understanding the lives of disconnected mothers. Invited presentation at the West Coast Poverty Center, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

  • Mitchell, J. A., & Shires, D. (2015, January). Oncologists overlook older African American men's psychosocial needs after a new cancer diagnosis. Oral paper for the Society for Social Work Research 19th Annual Conference.

  • Eiler, A., Holliday, B.,Giesler, M., & Thome, M. (June, 2015). Core Certification in Supervision Program, National Association of Social Workers – Michigan Chapter, Lansing, MI.

  • Pascale, A., Hynes, M., Cumsille, F., & Bares, C. B. (June, 2015). Cocaine base paste use in South America: Review of epidemiological and medical-toxicological aspects. Presented at NIDA International Forum, Phoenix, AZ.

  • Richards-Schuster, K, Aniywo, N., Reed, L. & Gale, A. (2015). Implementing Youth Participatory Action Research: Lessons Learned for Practice and Research. Council on Social Work Education APM, Denver, CO.

  • Bell, F. (2015). Real utopias in a dystopian futurity: Queering alternative economies. EcoJustice and Activism Conference, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan.

  • Cheung, D., Tiwari, A., Tolman, R. M. (2015, April). Validation of the psychological maltreatment of women inventory for Chinese women. National Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International, Atlanta, GA.

  • Ribaudo, J. M. (2015, May). When the bough breaks: Understanding, responding to and advocating for infants and young children living with toxic stress. Chesapeake Department of Human Services, Chesapeake, VA.

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