Faculty Talks Around the Globe

Faculty Talks Around the Globe

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*Bolton, K. W., & Bowers, P. H. (October 2017). Strengthening police-community relations: Explorations of a community engaged policing effort. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education 63rd Annual Program Meeting, Dallas, TX.

**Catalano, H., Whipple, K., & Combs, S. (October 2017). A pilot study exploring parents’/guardians’/caregivers’ attitudes toward school health education and perceptions of school health education program quality in low SES schools. Poster session presented at the American School Health Association 2017 Annual Meeting, American School Health Association, St. Louis, MO.

Cherry, S. (October 2017). What happens now: Implications for health educators related to HIV & aging. Poster session presented at NC Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE), Raleigh, NC.

*Choi, J., Baker, E., sNalawade, S., sPeacock, A., & Lee, H. (November 2017). Use of storyboarding in the development of a pain management mobile app: A case study. Presented at American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium 2017, Washington, DC.

Ellington, K. (October 2017). 3D mammography matters. Presented at the 20th Annual NPWH Premier Women's Health conference, Seattle, WA.

*Hinkle, J. F., Muhs, & T., Kirkley, D. L., (October-November 2017). Eli webinar: Taking a different path: Strategies for personalized adaptive teaching and learning. Invited Presentation at Educause Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

*Huelskamp, A., & Baker, E. (October 2017). School cell phone policies to support diabetes treatment adherence for youth. Poster presented at Connecting Health and Learning, American School Health Association, St. Louis, MO.

**Huelskamp, A., & Catalano, H. (October 2017). Navigating the politics of sex in the South: Lessons learned from trying to provide adolescents with access to free sex education programming. Oral presentation at Connecting Health and Learning, American School Health Association, St. Louis, MO.

Kolomer, S. K. (October 2017). Intergeneration relationships: A tool for closing the health gap. Presented at Council on Social Work Education 63rd Annual Program Meeting, Dallas, TX.

Lee, M. H. (November 2017). Impact of child characteristics, mother characteristics, and environmental factors on health related quality of life among mothers of children with cerebral palsy. Podium presentation American public Health Association, Atlanta, GA.

*Rosen, B., Erbe, R., Solari Williams, K., Catalano, H., Hutzelman, E., Forsyth, E., Shipley, M., & Whitney, E. F., (October 2017). Building blocks to becoming an effective Leader through mentorship: A 2017 Future Leadership Academy (FLA) Project. Oral presentation at American School Health Association 2017 Annual Meeting, American School Health Association, St. Louis, MO.

Rowan, N. L. (October 2017). Grand rounds: Meeting the health needs of LGBT older

              adults. Invited presentation at University of Louisville Health Sciences Campus, Louisville, KY.

*Rowan, N. L., & Schirmer, M. (October 2017). Aging LGBT adults in the Louisville, Kentucky region and meeting health care needs. Invited peer-review workshop presentation for University of Louisville Department of Family and Geriatric Medicine, Louisville, KY.

Seaman, A. N. (October 2017). Examining the role of Literature in Literary Tourism: A Deconstruction of the Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site. Oral presentation at Popular Culture Association in the South & American Culture Association in the South, Savannah, GA.

*Shellenbarger, T., Gazza, E. A., & Hunker, D. F. (October 2017). Baccalaureate nursing students’ self-assessment of knowledge, skills, and attitudes toward scholarly writing. Podium presentation at Sigma Theta Tau International 44th Biennial Convention, Indianapolis, IN.

*Thompson, C. E., Stokes, D., & Foss, S., (October 2017). Mobile simulation unit for high acuity, low volume events: Sepsis. Presented at 13th Annual South Eastern Nursing Staff Education (SENSES) Symposium, Charlotte, NC.