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Public Presentations & Lectures

2015 Public Presentations & Lectures

  • 2015 Invited - "The Elephant in the Room - Historical Trauma of Slavery" Key note address presented at the Michigan State University 7th National Muslim Mental Health conference, Dearborn, Michigan.
  • 2015 Invited - Making the Change: Steps in the journey to professional entrepreneurship. Discussant (MLewis) Panel J. Joseph, G. Page, B Cheatham. 2015 Founder's Day Program, The New Orleans Association of Black Social Workers.
  • Burnette, C. E. & Sanders, S. (2015, January) Trust development in research with indigenous communities in the United States. Paper accepted but not presented due to schedule conflict at the 6th TQR Annual Conference (TQR2015), Fort Lauderdale, FL.
  • Burnette, C. E. & Sanders, S. (2015, October). Solutions to intimate partner violence: Indigenous women and professionals' perspectives. Paper to be presented at the 61st Annual Program Meeting for the Council on Social Work Education, Denver, CO.
  • Du, Y., & Xu, Q. (2015). Delayed healthcare and health disparity among older adults. Poster accepted for presentation at the Society for Social Work and Research, 19th Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, January 14-18, 2015.
  • Ferreira, R.J. (2015). Advancing Critical Dialogue on Resilience Concepts and Practice. Panel discussion at the 19th Annual Conference for Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA.
  • Ferreira, R.J., Faul, A.C., & D'Ambrosio. J.G. (2015, November). Contextual and Individual Characteristics Predicting Individual Health Outcomes for Older Adult Louisiana Residents. Paper presented at the 19th Annual Conference for Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA.
  • Xu, Q. (2015). Perceived neighborhood cohesion and community participation among older adults. Paper accepted for presentation at the Society for Social Work and Research, 19th Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, January 14-18, 2015.
  • Xu, Q., Kwong, K., & Du, Y. (2015). Healthy aging of minority and immigrant populations: Resilience in late life. Paper accepted for presentation at the Society for Social Work and Research, 19th Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, January 14-18, 2015.
  • McCleary, J. S. (2015). Advancing Critical Dialogue on Resilience Concepts ad Practice. Symposium convened at the Society for Social Work Research conference in New Orleans, LA, January 15, 2015.
  • McCleary, J. S. (2015). Refugee Identified Stressors and Protective Factors Impacting Resettlement Stress. Symposium convened at the Society for Social Work Research Conference in New Orleans, LA, January 16, 2015.
  • Psychological and behavioral interventions to reduce HIV risk: Evidence from a randomized control trial among orphaned and vulnerable adolescents in South Africa AIDS IMPACT, July 2015: http://www.aidsimpact.com/2015/Academics/DraftProgramme/
  • Mitigating sexual risk behavior in orphaned and vulnerable adolescents: Results from a randomized control trial in the Eastern Cape of South Africa at South Africa AIDS Conference June 2015 http://www.saaids.co.za/programme.html
  • Haas, L. J. & Doumbia, S. (2015). Resilience for risk management related to disasters. Three day consultative worshop to initiative curriculum development of a masters degree in disaster resilience leadership at the University of Sciences, Techniques and Technology of Bamako (USTTB) in Mali, West Africa.
  • Burnette, C. E. (2015, October) A Framework of resilience and historical oppression: Promoting Indigenous strengths and linking social problems to their structural causes. Paper to be presented at 19th Annual American Indian Alaska Native Social Work Educators' Conference, Denver, CO
  • Burnette, C. E. (2015, June). Promoting community and cultural resilience to prevent violence in Indigenous communities. Paper presented at the 10th Annual Tribal Leader/Scholar Forum for the National Congress of American Indians Policy Research Center, St. Paul, Minnesota.
  • Burnette, C. E. (2015, January). Martialing Resilience within a Critical Framework to Address the Underlying Causes and Consequences of Violence against Indigenous Women. Symposium paper presented Society for Social Work Research (SSWR), New Orleans, LA. 1
  • Burnette, C. E. (2015, January). Intimate partner violence (IPV) prevention and mitigation: Professionals' perspectives on solutions to IPV experienced by American Indian Women. Paper presented Society for Social Work Research (SSWR), New Orleans, LA.