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2007-2011 Presentations

REGIONAL & NATIONAL CONFERENCES

  1. Abate MA, Blommel ML, Kaplan JA, and Kraner J.  Development of a Comprehensive Forensic Drug Information Web Site and Concentrations Database.  Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.  Washington, DC.  2008.
  2. Agerbo E and Stack S.  Divorce and Suicide in Denmark: 1906-2006, Historical Patterns.  American Association of Suicidology Annual Meeting.  San Francisco, CA.  2009.
  3. Aitken ME, Mullins SH, Nixon J, Graham J, Coben JH, and Helmkamp JC.   Measurement of ATV Safety Behaviors in Rural Communities.  Southern Society for Pediatric Research Meeting.  New Orleans, LA.  2007.
  4. Aitken ME, Graham J, Mullins SH, Bird TM, and Helmkamp J.   All-terrain Vehicle Hospitalizations for Children Continue to Rise.  Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting.  Honolulu, HI.  2008.
  5. Aitken ME, Graham J, Mullins SH, Bird TM, and Helmkamp J.   All-terrain Vehicle Hospitalizations for Children Continue to Rise.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  San Diego, CA.  2008.
  6. Bailes JE.  Argument to continue boxing.  AANS.  Washington, DC.  2007.
  7. Bailes JE.  Concussion in Sports:  State of the Science (moderator, panel discussion).  The National Concussion Summit.  Marina Del Rey, CA.  2007.
  8. Bailes JE.  Drug testing, panel discussion.  WVU Sports Law Symposium.  Morgantown, WV.  2007.
  9. Bailes JE.  Importance of HER.  National Technology Transfer Center.  Wheeling, WV.  2007.
  10. Bailes JE. Long Term Cognitive Impairment in the NFL Player.  Sports Related Conference on Concussion & Spine Injury.  Boston, MA.  2007.
  11. Bailes JE.  Spectrum of Outcome of Sports Concussion.  The National Concussion Summit.  Marina Del Rey, CA.  2007.
  12. Bailes JE.  Sports Injury Update.  Southern Neurosurgical Society Annual Meeting.  Sea Island, GA.  2007.
  13. Bailes JE.  The Neurosurgeon’s Livelihood in Sports Medicine.  2007 Annual Clinical Assembly of Osteopathic Specialists.  Las Vegas, NV.  2007.
  14. Bailes JE and Lovell M.  Other Studies of Retired Players.  NFL Concussion Summit.  Chicago, IL.  2007.
  15. Bailes JE, Maroon JC, and Casson I.  Does Concussion Lead to Pugilistic Dementia and Alzheimers?  NFL Concussion Summit.  Chicago, IL.  2007.
  16. Bailes JE.  Are there Long-Term Neuropathological Changes in Athletes.  New Development in Sports-Related Concussion Conference.  Pittsburgh, PA.  2008.
  17. Bailes JE.  Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in the Professional Athlete.  Sports Medicine Conference.  Boston, MA.   2008.
  18. Bailes JE.  Concussion.  Athletic Trainers Conference.  Athens, GA.   2008.
  19. Bailes JE.  Is there Potential for Long-Term Effects of Athletic Concussion?   Visiting professor, Wayne State University Dept of Neurosurgery.  Detroit, MI.   2008.
  20. Bailes JE.  Life After Sports:  The Challenges of Informed Decision Making.  Sports Concussion Seminar.  Marina Del Rey, CA.  2008.
  21. Bailes JE.  Neurosurgical Trauma.  NYU SOM Neurosurgery Grand Rounds.  New York, NY. 2008.
  22. Bailes JE.  Tauopathy Dementia in the Spectrum of Athletic Brain Injury.  Neurosurgical Society of the Virginias Annual Meeting.   Greenbrier, WV.  2008.
  23. Bailes JE, Guskiewicz K, and Cantu R.  Brain Injury Panel Discussion.  Sports Medicine Conference.   Boston, MA.  2008.
  24. Bailes JE and Omalu B.  Human and Experimental Evidence of Neurodegeneration in Contact Sports.  American Academy of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting.  Phoenix, AZ.   2008.
  25. Bailes JE.  Concussion.  American Football Coaches Association Annual Meeting.  Nashville, TN.  2009.
  26.  Bailes JE.  Long-Term Consequences of Athletic Mild Traumatic Brain Injury.  Interurban Neurosurgical Society Annual Meeting.  Chicago, IL.  2009.
  27. Baughman PJ, Choudhary E, Coben JH, and Bossarte RM.  Prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence Among Urban, Suburban, and Rural Females.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Washington, DC.  2007.
  28. Blosnich JR and Fiske A.  Unraveling Risk: Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual (LSB) Sexual Orientation and Suicidal Behavior.  Joint Conference of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Midcontinent and Eastern Regions.  Cleveland, OH.  2009.
  29. Bowman SB, Aitken ME, Graham J, and Helmkamp J.  Impact of Helmets on Injuries to Riders of All Terrain Vehicles.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  San Diego, CA.  2008.
  30. Brann M, Frisby BN, and Byrnes K.  Challenging, Engaging, and Changing ATV Riders’ Attitudes and Behaviors: Assessing How ATV Riders Make Safety Decisions.  National Communication Association Meeting.  San Diego, CA.  2011.
  31.  Brann M, Staggers SM, and Read E.  Health Communication and Workplace Violence Prevention: From Formative Research to Fruition.  Eastern Communication Association Meeting.  Arlington, VA. 2011.
  32. Carter MW and Gupta S.  Injury-related Emergency Department Visits among Older Adults.  Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America.  San Francisco, CA.  2007.
  33. Carter M, Coben J, and Tiesman H.  In-Hospital Adverse Medical Events among Older Adults Admitted for Hip Fracture.  Gerontological Society of American Conference.  National Harbor, MD.  2008.
  34. Carter M and Porell F.  Estimating Healthcare Use and Costs Following Sentinel Injury Events among Older Adults.  Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America.  National Harbor, MD.  2008.
  35. Carter MW and Porell FW.  Investigating the Longitudinal Consequences of Injury among Older Adults.  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  Atlanta, GA.  2008.
  36. Carter MW and Porell FW.  Long-Term Medicare Use and Cost Patterns Associated with Type-Specific Sentinel Injury Episodes.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Denver, CO.  2010.
  37. Carter M, Porell F, and Zhu M. Using Administrative Claims Data to Identify Adverse Medical Events among Older Adults.  64th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America.  Boston, MA.  2011.
  38. Carter M, Porell F, and Xiang J.  Injury Patterns among Older Adults:  Exploring Risk Factors and Outcomes.  64th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America.  Boston, MA. 2011.
  39. Choudhary E, Coben JH, and Bossarte RM.  Association Between Sexual Violence Victimization and Adverse Health Outcomes Among Males.  National Injury and Violence Prevention Research Conference.  Columbus, OH.  2007.
  40. Choudhary E, Bossarte RM, and Coben JH.  Gender Differences in the Associations Between Sexual Violence Victimization, Health Outcomes, and Risk Behaviors.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Washington, DC.  2007.
  41. Choudhary E and Bossarte R.  Epidemiological Profile of Male Sexual Assault: Results from the National Incident Based Reporting System (2005).  Society for Epidemiologic Research Annual Meeting.  Chicago, IL.  2008.
  42. Choudhary E, Bossarte R, and Coben JH.  Male Sexual Assault: An Epidemiological Profile using 2003-2005 NIBRS Data.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  San Diego, CA.  2008.
  43. Choudhary E, Smith M, and Bossarte RM.  Assessment of Depression and Anxiety Symptom Profile of Victims of Sexual Violence.  Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Annual Conference. Orlando, FL.  2008.
  44. Choudhary E and Bossarte R.   A 5-year Epidemiological Profile of Male Sexual Assault.  National Injury and Violence Prevention Research Conference.  Atlanta, GA.  2009.
  45. Coben JH, Furbee PM, and Bossarte RM.  Rural-urban Differences in Hip Fracture Incidence.  Annual Meeting of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine.  Chicago, IL.  2007.
  46. Coben J.  Injury Centers: Opportunities for Emergency Medicine.  Annual Meeting of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine.  Phoenix, AZ.  2010.
  47. Cottrell L, Rishel C, Cottrell S, Branstetter S, Ice C, and Leary JM. The Goldilocks Effect: Adolescents’ Parental Monitoring Perceptions and their Association with Adolescent Risk Involvement.  Annual Meeting of the Society of Research in Child Development.  Boston, MA.  2009.
  48. Davidov D, Choudhary E, Nadorff M, Bossarte R, Fiske A, and McCoy K.  The Association Between Intimate Partner Violence and Condom Use in College-aged Women.  National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence.  New Orleans, LA.  2009.
  49. Davidov D, Choudhary E, Nadorff M, Bossarte R, Fiske A, and McCoy K.  Relationship Between Condom Use and Sexual Intimate Partner Violence in College-aged Females.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia, PA.  2009.
  50. Davidov D, Jack SM, MacMillan H, and Coben J.  Addressing Intimate Partner Violence in Home Visitation. Society for the Advancement of Violence and Injury Research National Conference. Atlanta, GA.  2009.
  51. Davis S.  ATV Accidents and the Elderly:  National Trends and Implications for Emergency Medicine. American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly.  Chicago, IL.  2008.
  52. Davis S.  Violence in the Emergency Department: A National Survey of Emergency Medicine  Resident and Attending Physicians.  American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly. Chicago, IL.  2008.
  53. Fiske A and O'Riley AA.  Perspectives on Suicide, Rational Suicide and Hastened Death: Ethical Issues for Mental Health Practitioners.  62nd Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America.  Atlanta, GA.  2009.
  54. Fiske A.  Heritability of Fatal Suicidal Behavior Across the Lifespan in the Swedish Twin Registry.  In Evans JD (Chair), Innovative Research in Late Life Depression: From Clinical Epidemiology to Treatment Development.  62nd Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America.  Atlanta, GA.  2009.
  55. Fiske A.  Physical and Mental Illness: Risk Factors for Suicide in the Swedish Twin Registry. In Canetto SS and Fiske A (Co-chairs), Physical Illness and Suicide: A Global Research Perspective. 42nd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Suicidology.  San Francisco, CA.  2009.
  56. Fiske A.  Heritability of Suicide across the Lifespan.  In: Conwell Y and Canetto SS (co-chairs), Prevention of Late Life Suicides.  44th Annual Conference of the American Association of Suicidology.  Portland, OR.  2011.
  57. Frisby B, Brann M, and Byrnes K.  All-terrain Vehicle Safety Message Design in an Educational Context for an Adolescent Audience.  Health Communication Conference.  Washington, DC.  2011.
  58. Gold JE.  Text Messaging and Upper Extremity Symptoms in College Students.  Injury Science Day, University of Pennsylvania.  Philadelphia, PA.  2010. G
  59. old JE.  Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Disorders – A Perfusion Connection?  Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety.  Hopkinton, MA.  2009.                                                
  60. Gold JE, Cherniack M, Hanlon A, Driban J, and Dennerlein JT.  Skin Temperature and Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Disorder Severity.  Society for Neuroscience Conference.  Chicago, IL.  2009.
  61. Gold JE, Kandadai V, and Hanlon A.  Text Messaging and Upper Extremity Symptoms in College Students.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia, PA.  2009.
  62. Goldfine ME, Branstetter SA, and Cottrell L.  Discourse Comfort and Communication Style: A Model Toward Optimal Parental Monitoring Knowledge of Adolescent Risk Behavior.  Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research of Child Development.  Boston, MA.  2007.
  63. Gregg JJ, Price EC, Petts R, Cleary J, Mallow D, and Fiske A.  Heavy Focus on Independence Explains Depressive Symptoms and Suicide Ideation in Rural Older Adults.  63nd Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America.  New Orleans, LA.  2010.
  64. Gregg JJ and Fiske A.  Need for Control, Willingness to Seek Help, and Suicidal Ideation in Rural Older Adults. In: Conwell Y and Canetto SS (co-chairs), Prevention of Late Life Suicides.  44th Annual Conference of the American Association of Suicidology.  Portland, OR.  2011.
  65. Gurka M.  Internal Pilot Designs and Mixed Models.  2007 Joint Statistical Meetings.  Salt Lake City, UT.  2007.
  66. Gurka M.  Extending the Box-Cox Transformation to the Linear Mixed Model.  2007 International Biometric Society: Eastern North American Region (ENAR) Spring Meeting.  Atlanta, GA.  2007.
  67. Handley K and Bailes JE.  DHA – The Important Omega 3 Fatty Acid in Brain Structure:  Its Relevance in Athletic Brain Injury.  Sports Concussion Seminar.  Marina Del Rey, CA.   2008.
  68. Helmkamp JC, Furbee PM, Tadros A, Coben JH, and Walling B.  All-terrain Vehicle (ATV)-Related Hospitalizations in the United States, 2004.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Washington, DC.  2007.
  69. Henrie J and Nadorff D.  Safety Knowledge: Are the Messages Getting Through?  In: Stahl S and  Patrick J  (Chairs).  Health Education and Successful Aging: Increasing Older Adults? Current Health Knowledge.  Association for Gerontology in Higher Education.  Cincinnati, OH.  2011.
  70. Ice C and Cottrell L. Risky Business: Exploring Perceptions of Home- and Public-schooled Adolescent Risk Behaviors.  Annual Meeting of the Society of Research in Child Development.  Boston, MA. 2009.
  71. Ice CL, Cottrell L.  Good Parenting: Exploring Home- and Public-schooled Adolescent Perceptions of their Risk Behaviors and their Parent’s Good Parenting Behaviors.  Conference of Human Development.  New York, NY.  2010.
  72. Kelley GA.  Injuries and Dropouts From Exercise Interventions: A Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials.  American Public Health Association National Convention.  San Diego, CA.  2008.
  73. Kelley GA and Kelley KS.  Injuries and Dropouts From Exercise Interventions: A Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials.  American College of Sports Medicine’s National Conference. Indianapolis, IN.  2008.
  74. Knittel JL, Abate MA, Kraner JC, and Kaplan JA.  Analysis of Drug-induced/Related Deaths Using a Comprehensive Forensic Drug Database.  Society of Forensic Toxicologists Inc.  Phoenix, AZ.  2008.
  75. Kershner R.  The Agony after the Ecstasy.  Mid-Atlantic College Health Association.  Morgantown, WV.  2009.
  76. Kershner R.  The Agony after the Ecstasy: Drug Education Teaching Methods.  AAHPERD Conference.  Baltimore, MD.  2007.
  77. Kershner R.  The Agony after the Ecstasy. Drug Education Teaching Methods.  VAHPERD Conference.  Reston, VA.  2007.
  78. Kershner R.  Women and Violence: Using Experiential Teaching Activities in the Classroom. VAHPERD Conference.  Reston, VA.  2007.
  79. Kershner R.  Women and Violence: Using Experiential Teaching Activities in the Classroom.  West Virginia Summit on Violence against Women.  2007.
  80. Kershner R.  Putting Brakes on Bullying: Experiential Learning Activities for Bullying Prevention. WVAHPERD Conference.  Charleston, WV.  2007.
  81. Kershner R.  Putting Brakes on Bullying: Experiential Learning Activities for Bullying Prevention.  AAHPERD Conference.  Ft. Worth, TX.  2007.        
  82. Lahiri S, Levenstein C, Gold J, Markkanen P, Nelson D, and Rosenberg B.  Economic Evaluation of Occupational Health Interventions: Results from Macro and Micro Level Studies.  NIOSH WorkLife Symposium.  Bethesda, MD.  2007.
  83. Lemp JD, Kockelman KM, and Unnikrishnan A.  Analysis of Large Truck Crash Severity Using Heteroskedastic Ordered Probit Models.  Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Washington, DC.  2011.
  84. MacMillan HL.  Effectiveness of Screening for Intimate Partner Violence: VAW RCT.  National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence.  San Francisco, CA.  2007.
  85. MacMillan HL.  Intimate Partner Violence in Home Visitation Context.  National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence.  San Francisco, CA.  2007.
  86. MacMillan HL.  Assessing the Effectiveness of Interventions for Child Maltreatment.  National Forum on Early Childhood Program Evaluation.  Washington, DC.  2008.
  87. MacMillan HLScreening for Intimate Partner Violence in Health Care Settings: Results of a Multi-Site Randomized Trial.  The Importance of Intimate Partner Violence to Children’s Mental Health Annual Meeting, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.  Honolulu, HI.  2009.
  88. MacMillan HL.  Evidence-based Approaches for Responding to Child Maltreatment: The Role of the Primary Care Clinician.  American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Meeting.  New York, NY.  2010. 
  89. MacMillan HL for the NFP IPV Team.  Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence with the Nurse Family Partnership: Results of a Mixed Methods Study – Part 1.  American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Meeting.  New York, NY.  2010.
  90. Manzo K, Tiesman H, Coben J, and Knox S.  Risk Factors Associated with Attempted Suicide Among American Indian Youth in Montana.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.  2009.
  91. Miller T.  Using Hospital Data to Assess Substance-related Morbidity.  State Epidemiological Workgroup Audio Calls and Webinars.  (Webinar).  2007.
  92.  Miller T.  Attributable Fractions for Crime, Non-Fatal Injury, and Drug-Associated Illness.  State Epidemiological Workgroup Audio Calls and Webinars.  (Webinar).  2008.
  93. Miller T.  Dollars and Sense: Return on Investment in Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Programs. Center for Substance Abuse and Prevention, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.  (Webinar).  2009.
  94. Miller T.  Underage Drinking and Related Crimes.  Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center Judicial Project, National Electronic Seminar.  (Webinar).  2009.
  95. Miller T.  Cost Savings from Substance Abuse Prevention.  State Epidemiological Workgroup Audio Calls and Webinars.  (Webinar).  2010.
  96. Miller T.  Dollars and Sense of Preventing Injury, Violence, and Substance Abuse.  Human Services Finance Officers Association.  (Webinar).  2010.
  97. Miller T.  Dollars and Sense of Preventing Injury, Violence, and Substance Abuse.  Pennsylvania SAFE KIDS.  (Webinar).  2010.
  98. Miller T.  Easy to Use Cost-Outcome Analysis Data for 159 Different Injury Interventions.  Children’s Safety Network.  (Webinar).  2010.
  99. Miller T.  Injury Prevention: What Works.  National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions.  (Webinar).  2010.
  100. Minardi J and Davis S.  Admission Rates for Concussion are Much Higher in Trauma Centers and Teaching Hospitals Nationally.  Society for Academic Emergency Medicine.  Phoenix, AZ.  2010.
  101. Muazzam S, Davis S, Nasrullah M, and Coben J.  Epidemiology of Assault-related Hospitalizations in the United States, 2006.  American College of Emergency Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly. Las Vegas, NV.  2010.
  102. Muazzam S and Nasrullah M.  Drowning Mortality in the United States, 1999-2006.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Denver, CO.  2010.
  103. Mutambudzi  MS, Helmkamp J, and Mujuru P.  Evaluating the Impact of State Safety Training Programs to Reduce the Frequency and Severity of Logging Injuries in West Virginia, 1996-2006. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Washington, D.C.  2007.
  104. Nadorff M, Nazem S, and Fiske A.  Insomnia symptoms, Nightmares, and Suicidal Ideation in a University Sample.  43rd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Suicidology.  Orlando, FL. 2010.
  105. Nadorff MR, Prentice P, and Fiske A.  A Critical Examination of Research on the Prevalence of Suicide in Nursing Homes.  In: Nazem S and Smith MD (co-chairs) (co-chairs), Late Life Suicide: Risk and Resiliency.  63rd Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America.  New Orleans, LA.  2010.
  106. Nadorff MR, Gregg JJ, Schwartz S, Petts R, Fallen T, and Fiske A.  Insomnia Symptoms, Nightmares, and Suicidal Ideation in Older Adults.  44th Annual Conference of the American Association of Suicidology.  Portland, OR.  2011.
  107. Nadorff DK and Patrick JH.  Predicting Child Safety: The Effect of Custodial Grandparents? Depression, Home Safety Knowledge, and Gender. Gerontological Society of America, Boston, MA.  2011.  Abstract accepted.
  108. Nasrullah M.  Epidemiological Patterns of Victims of Burns in Punjab Province of Pakistan: A Social Context.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Washington, DC.  2007.
  109. Nasrullah M and Cummings KJ.  Honor Killing of Women in Pakistan.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia, PA.  2009.
  110. Nazem S, Smith MD, Fiske A, and Nadorff M.  The Relation between Self-Disclosure and Suicide Ideation in Younger and Older Adults.  62nd Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America. Atlanta, GA.  2009.
  111. Nazem S and Fiske A.  The Relation between Cognitive Dysfunction and Suicide in a Population-based Sample.  In: Nazem S and Smith MD (co-chairs), Late Life Suicide: Risk and Resiliency.  63rd Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America.  New Orleans, LA.  2010.
  112. Nazem S, Nadorff MR, and Fiske A.  Headaches and Suicidal Ideation: The Role of Headache Duration, Type, and Impact on Daily Life.  44th Annual Conference of the American Association of Suicidology.  Portland, OR.  2011.
  113. Nuszkowski MA, Van Dyke-McDonald N, and Coben JH.  Intimate Partner Violence in Rural Populations: A Systematic Review.  National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence.  San Francisco, CA.  2007.
  114. O'Riley AA, Nadorff MR, Smith MD, Widoe RK, Forsythe JB, Thorne C, and Fiske A.  Autonomy and Suicidal Ideation.  41st Annual Meeting of the American Association of Suicidology.  Boston, MA. 2008.
  115. O’Riley AA and Fiske A.  Examining Suicide Risk in Older Adults Through the Lens of Theories of Life Span Development.  In: Conwell Y and Canetto SS (co-chairs), Prevention of Late Life Suicides.  44th Annual Conference of the American Association of Suicidology.  Portland, OR.  2011.
  116. Ploeg J, Fear J, Hutchison B, and MacMillan HL.  A Systematic Review of Interventions for Abuse of Older Persons.  Gerontological Society of America Annual Scientific Meeting.  National Harbor, MD.  2008.
  117. Porell F and Carter M.  Understanding the Long Term Consequences of Injury:  Modeling Survival During and After Sentinel Injury.  Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America. Atlanta, GA.  2009.
  118. Porell F, and Carter M.  Understanding the Long Term Consequences of Injury: Transitions to Disability after a Sentinel Injury.   64th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America. Boston, MA. 2011.
  119. Powell EN, Emery SE, France JC, Jones D, and Hayes E.  Odontoid Fractures in the Elderly: A Retrospective View of Complications and Outcomes.  Cervical Spine Research Society Annual Meeting.  San Francisco, CA.  2007.
  120. Putnam SL, Coben JH, Roberts L, and Lyssenko C.  Computer Assisted Alcohol and Other Drug Screening of Trauma Patients: Results of a Pilot Study.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Washington, DC.  2007.
  121. Rauscher KJ, Runyan CW, Schulman M, and Bowling JM.  U.S. Child Labor Violations in the Retail and Service Industries: Findings of National Survey of Working Adolescents.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Washington, DC.  2007.
  122. Rauscher KJ.  Job Quality Among Adolescent Workers:  What Makes for a High Quality Job for Adolescents and Are They Out There?  Young Worker Safety Resource Center Meeting.  Newton, MA.  2008.
  123. Rauscher KJ and Runyan CW.  The Prevalence of Working Conditions Associated with Adolescent Occupational Injury in the United States.  Young Worker Symposium II: The Health Implications of Work among Youth.  Chapel Hill, NC.  2008.
  124. Rauscher KJ.  Workplace Hazards and the Child Labor Laws: How Much do Teens and their Parents Know?  Child Labor Panel.  Interstate Labor Standards Association Annual Meeting.  Big Sky, MT.  2010.
  125. Rauscher KJ, Runyan CW, and Radish D.  Adolescent Work-related Fatalities and Child Labor and OSHA Standards Violations.  American Public Health Association Annual MeetingDenver, CO.  2010.
  126. Regier MD.  Likelihood Correction for Missing and Mismeasured Covariates in Generalized Linear Models with Application to the Secondary Use of Linked Databases.  Department of Statistics, Vermont Oxford Network, University of Vermont.  Burlington, VT.  2011.
  127. Rockett IR.  Session Chair, Alcohol Treatment: Gaps and Best Practices.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  San Diego, CA.  2008.
  128. Rockett IR, Lian Y, Stack S, Ducatman AM, and Wang S.  Discrepant Comorbidity Between Minority and White Suicides: A National Multiple Cause-of-Death Analysis.  Population Association of America Annual Meeting.  Detroit, MI.  2009.
  129. Rockett IR, Hobbs G, De Leo D, Stack S, Ducatman AM, Frost JL, Kapusta ND, and Walker RL.  Race/Ethnicity and Potential Suicide Misclassification: Window on a Minority Suicide Paradox. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Denver, CO.  2010.
  130. Rockett IR, Hobbs G, De Leo D, Stack S, Ducatman AM, Frost JL, Kapusta ND, and Walker RL.  Relationship of Suicide and Unintentional Poisoning Mortality Trends in the United States, 1987-2006. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Denver, CO.  2010.
  131. Runyan CW, Vladutiu C, Schulman M, and Rauscher KJ.  Advising Adolescents about Work Safety: The Role of Parents. Assuring Safe Workplaces for Young Workers SymposiumSociety for Research on Adolescence Biennial MeetingPhiladelphia, PA.  2010.
  132. Runyan C, Garrettson M, Coben JH, and Yee SL.  Identifying Indicators to Monitor and Evaluate Injury Research Centers.  139th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Washington, DC.  2011.  Abstract accepted.
  133. Seaman C and Zullig KJ.  Non-medical Prescription Drug Use among College Students and Athletic Involvement.  Annual National Meeting of the American Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.  San Diego, CA.  2011.
  134. Stack S and Bowman B.  Domestic Violence in Homicide-Suicide: Film vs. Society.  American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting.  Atlanta, GA.  2007.
  135. Stack S and Bowman B.  Gender and the Presentation of Suicide Method in 121 American Feature Films, 1900-2006.  American Association of Suicidology Annual Meeting.  New Orleans, LA.  2007.
  136. Stack S and Bowman B.  The Social Construction of Homicide Followed by Suicide in Film, 1903 – 2006.  Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting.  Chicago, IL.  2007.
  137. Stack S and Bowman B.  The Social Construction of Military Suicide in the Cinema.  Michigan Academy of Science Annual Meeting.  Big Rapids, MI.  2007.
  138. Stack S and Bowman B.  The Social Construction of SES and Suicide in the Cinema.  Michigan Academy of Science Annual Meeting. Big Rapids, MI.  2007.
  139. Stack S and Kposowa AJ.  The Effect of National Suicide Rates on Individual Level Suicide Acceptability: An HLM Model, 35 Nations.  American Association of Suicidology Annual Meeting.  New Orleans, LA.  2007.
  140. Stack S and Wasserman I.  Suicide Patterns and Neighborhood Instability in Detroit, 1997-2004. American Association of Suicidology Annual Meeting.  New Orleans, LA.  2007.
  141. Stack S.  Back to Nature: The Epidemiology of Suicide in Grand Canyon National Park.  American Association of Suicidology Annual Meeting.  Boston, MA.  2008.
  142. Stack S and Bowman B.  Economic Strain and Suicide in Film, 1920-1940.  American Association of Suicidology Annual Meeting.  Boston, MA.  2008.
  143. Stack S and Bowman B.  The Gambling-Suicide Connection. Southwestern Social Science Association Annual Meeting.  Las Vegas, NV.  2008.
  144. Stack S.  Explaining the Association between Gender and Suicide: An Analysis of 18,000 Psychological Autopsies from the National Mortality Followback Survey.  American Association of Suicidology Annual Meeting.  San Francisco, CA.  2009.
  145. Stack S.  The Economy & Suicide: Job Demotion as a Predictor.  American Association of Suicidology Annual Meeting.  Orlando, FL.  2010.
  146. Stack S.  Suicide in the Media: A Meta Analysis.  American Association of Suicidology Annual Meeting.  Orlando, FL.  2010.
  147. Stack S.  Are College Students at Risk of Suicide? Analysis of the National Mortality Detail Files. American Association of Suicidology Annual Meeting.  Portland, OR.  2011.
  148. Stevens J, Scribano P, Jack SM, and MacMillan H.  Maternal, Provider, and Stakeholder Perspectives on Addressing Intimate Partner Violence for Nurse Home-Visited Women.  Academy on Violence and Abuse Conference.  Minneapolis, MN.  2009.  
  149. Swahn M, Bossarte R, and Van Dulmen M.  Synthesizing Data from 4 Studies to Inform Suicide Prevention.  National Injury & Violence Prevention Research Conference.  Atlanta, GA.  2009.
  150. Swahn M, Bossarte R, and Choudhary E.   Associations Between Area of Residence, Sexual Violence Victimization, and Asthma Episodes Among U.S Adult Women.  National Injury & Violence Prevention Research Conference.  Columbus, OH.  2007.
  151. Tiesman H, Peek-Asa C, Zwerling C, Whitten P, and Amoroso PJ.  Effects of Re-injury on Military Discharge from the US Army.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Washington, DC.  2007.
  152. Tiesman H, Peek-Asa C, Zwerling C, Yang G, and Amoroso PJ.  Gender Differences in Occupational and Non-Occupational Injuries in the US Army.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Washington, DC.  2007.
  153. Tiesman H, Coben J, Furbee M, and Carter M.  Hip Fracture Hospitalizations in the U.S. by Urban-Rural Status: Nationwide Inpatient Sample, 2004.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA.  2008.
  154. Tiesman H, Hendricks SA, and Amandus HA.  A Decade of Occupational Mortality in Law Enforcement: Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, 1992-2002.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  San Diego, CA.  2008.
  155. Tiesman H.  Traumatic Injury Research in the Healthcare SettingEngaging Stakeholders in Expanding Occupational Health Surveillance within the National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN).  Cincinnati, OH.  2009.
  156. Tiesman H and Bell J.  Work-Related Deaths from Traumatic Brain Injury in the US: Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, 2007.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia, PA.  2009.
  157. Tiesman H.  Workplace Violence in Teachers and Educational Support Personnel.  National Occupational Research Agenda Services Sector Council Meeting.  Washington, DC.  2010.
  158. Tiesman HM, Gurka K, and Coben J.  Fatal Workplace Violence Among U.S. Women: The Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, 2003-2008.  American Public Health Association Annual Conference. Denver, CO.  2010.
  159. Tiesman HM, Hendricks SA, Mercer D, and Amandus HA.  Physical and Non-Physical Workplace Violence Among Pennsylvania Teachers and Educational Support Staff.  Society for the Advancement of Violence and Injury Research Conference.  Iowa City, IA.  2011.
  160. Walling B, Tadros A, Davis S, and Helmkamp J.  ATV Accidents and the Elderly: National Trends and Implications for Emergency Medicine.  American College of Emergency Physicians Annual Meeting.  Chicago, IL.  2008.
  161. Ward RM and Zullig KJ.  I’ll Drink to That and That and That: Binge Drinking on College Campuses. Annual National Meeting of the Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Baltimore, MD.  2007.
  162. Wekerle CM, Leung E, Wall AM, MacMillan HL, Trocme N, Boyle M, and Waechter R. The Role of Childhood Emotional Abuse in Trauma Symptomatology and Dating Violence Among CPS-involved Adolescents.  Society for Research in Child Development Meeting.  Boston, MA.  2007.
  163. Zhu M, Cummings P, Chu H, and Cook LJ.  Effectiveness of Rear Seat Safety Belt Use.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Washington, DC.  2007.
  164. Zhu M.  Using CODES Data to Identify Risk Factors and Reveal Societal Costs in Teen Driving. National CODES Technical Assistance Meeting.  Charleston, SC.  2007.
  165. Zhu M, Li G, and Chu H.  Effects of Graduated Driver Licensing on Traffic Injuries in Upstate New York.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  San Diego, CA.  2008.
  166. Zhu M, Chu H, and Carter M.  Trend Analysis of National Emergency Department Visits:  A Comparison of Multilevel Models and Weighted Least Square Regression.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Philadelphia, PA.  2009.
  167. Zhu M, Li L, Liu X, Zhao D, and Lin W.  Injury-Related Hospitalizations in a Rural County of Southern China, 1994-2005.  National Injury and Violence Prevention Research Conference.  Atlanta, GA.  2009.
  168. Zhu M, Li G, and Coben JH.  Driving Exposure and Crash Incidence Density as Determinants of Fatal Crash Rates Among Teenage Drivers.  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.  Denver, CO.  2010.
  169. Zhu M, Li G, and Coben JH.  Exploring the Male-female Discrepancy in Pedestrian Fatality Rate: The Decomposition Method.  National Injury and Violence Prevention Research Conference.  Iowa City, IA. 2011.  Abstract accepted. 
  170. Zullig KJ.  Current Trends and Responses to West Virginia Prescription Drug Abuse.  Annual Statewide Substance Abuse Prevention Conference.  Charleston, WV.  2009.
  171. Zullig KJ, Sullivan C, Lander L, Pack RP, Shockley C, White R, Laton A, and Hobbs G.  Preliminary Results of the West Virginia Prescription Drug Abuse Quitline.  Annual National Meeting of the American Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.  Indianapolis, IN.  2010.
  172. Zullig KJ, Lander LR, Suber-Fedis T, Earley E, and Perdue J.  West Virginia’s Prescription Drug Abuse Problem and Solutions.  Annual Meeting of the State Health Education Council of West Virginia.  Daniels, WV.  2011.
  173. Zullig KJ and Divin AL.  The Association between Non-Medical Prescription Drug Use (NMPDU) and Suicidality.  Annual National Meeting of the American Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD).   Boston, MA.  2012.  Abstract accepted.

 
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

  1. Afifi TO and MacMillan HL.  Resilience Following Child Maltreatment: A Review of Protective Factors. Canadian Academy of Psychiatric Epidemiology.  Toronto, Canada.  2010.
  2. Aghazadeh F, Fonseca AA, Nimbarte AD, and De Hoop CF.  Noise Level in Forest Logging Industry and Hearing Loss of Loggers.  International Ergonomics Association Triennial Congress.  Beijing, China.  2009.
  3. Aitken ME, Mullins SH, Nixon J, Graham J, Coben JH, and Helmkamp JC.  Measurement of ATV Safety Behaviors in Rural Communities.  Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting.  Toronto, Canada.  2007.
  4. Amandus H, Bell J, Tiesman H, and Biddle E.  Causes, Sources and Costs of Falls in a Helicopter Manufacturing Plant. International Conference on Fall Prevention & Protection. Morgantown, WV.  2010.
  5. Arnautovska U, Ide N, Doessel D, Kolves K, and De Leo D.  The Mapping Exercise of Existing Suicide Prevention Programs and Services in Queensland: Review and Evaluation of Suicide Prevention Programs.  10th National Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion.  Brisbane, Australia.  2011. 
  6. Awan S, Nasrullah M, Razzak JA, and Mehmood A.  Assessment of Health and Safety Problems of Carpet Weaving Children in Three Districts of Punjab, Pakistan.  European Public Health Association Conference.  Helsinki, Finland.  2007.
  7. Bailes JE.  Use of Omega 3 Fatty Acids in Neural Trauma.  2nd International Zone Conference, Anti-inflammatory Medicine.  Cancun, Mexico.  2008.
  8. Bell JL, Collins JW, Tiesman HM, Ridenour M, Wolf L, and Evenoff B.  Slip, Trip, and Fall Injuries to Nursing Home Workers.  International Conference on Fall Prevention and Protection.  Morgantown, WV.  2010.
  9. Bossarte RM.  Social Capital and Suicide in U.S. Rural Counties: Too Much of a Good Thing?  World Congress of the International Association of Suicide Prevention.  Killarney, Ireland.  2007.
  10. Brann M and Frisby B.  Using Instructional Techniques to Educate and Persuade Youth ATV Riders to be Safe.  International Communication Association Meeting.  Boston, MA.  2011.
  11. Busser D, Jack SM, Kurtz Landy C, MacMillan H, and Sheehan D.  The Evidence for Intensive Nurse Home Visitation: The Nurse-Family Partnership Program.  National Community Health Nurses Conference.  Calgary, Canada.  2009.
  12. Buchholz B, Punnett L, Park J-S, and Gold J.  Agreement Between Subjective Ratings and Direct Measure of Ergonomic Exposure.  International Scientific Conference on Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders.  Boston, MA.  2007.
  13. Catallo C, Ciliska D, Jack SM, and MacMillan H.  Violence Disclosure in Urban Emergency Departments: A Grounded Theory Study.  Academic Seminars, McMaster University.  Hamilton, Canada.  2008.
  14. Catallo C, Ciliska D, MacMillan H, and Jack SM.  Disclosure of Intimate Partner Violence in Urban Emergency Departments: A Grounded Theory Study.  Hamilton and Region Qualitative Health Research Conference.  Hamilton, Canada.  2008.
  15. Coben J, Herrman H, and MacMillan H.  The PreVAiL (Preventing Violence Across the Lifespan) Research Network.  Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute for Gender and Health National Conference.  Toronto, Canada.  2010.
  16. Cook AM, Wekerle C, MacMillan HL, Boyle M, Trocmé N, Goodman D, Leung E, Leslie B, Moody B, and Waechter R.  Deliberate Self-harm and Communication in Maltreated YouthAmerican Psychological Association Annual Convention.  Toronto, Canada.  2009.
  17. De Leo D.  Integrating Cultural Perspectives in the Understanding and Prevention of Suicide.  XXVI International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) World Congress.   Beijing, China.  2011.
  18. De Leo D.  Suicidal Behaviours in DSM-V:  Promises, Hopes and Uncertainties.  XXVI International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) World Congress.   Beijing, China.  2011.
  19. De Leo D.  Suicidology:  Past, Present and Future.  XXVI International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) World Congress.   Beijing, China.  2011.
  20. Diaz-Granados N, Georgiades K, and MacMillan HL.  The Relationship Between Screening for Intimate Partner Violence and Subsequent Service Utilization Over 18 Months.  Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference.  Toronto, Canada.  2010.
  21. Ford-Gilboe M, Jack S, and the NFP-IPV Research Group. The Service Needs and Preferences of Abused Pregnant Women and First-Time Mothers Enrolled in the Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) Program.  Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International Conference.  Miami, FL.  2009.
  22. Graham J, Mullins SH, Miller B, Nixon J, Eoff S, Brann M, and Aitken ME.  A Pilot Trial of All-terrain Vehicle Safety Messaging in a Movie Theatre.  World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion.  London, England.  2010.
  23. Gold JE.  Classification of Musculoskeletal Disorders in Occupational Health Practice and Research: Needed in the Future to Address Sustainable Musculoskeletal Health and Related Work Ability? International Scientific Conference on Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders.  Angers, France.  2010.
  24. Gold JE, Piligian G, Glutting JJ, Hanlon A, Frings-Dresen MHW, and Sluiter JK.  Classifying Non-specific Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Disorders by Cluster Analysis: Coming to a Solution? International Scientific Conference on Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders.  Angers, France.  2010.
  25. Gold JE, Thomas N, Driban J, Spielman T, and Chakravarty T.  Postures and Typing Strategies in Mobile Device Usage as Characterized Through an Observational Instrument.  International Scientific Conference on Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders.  Angers, France.  2010.
  26. Jack SM.  Asking About Intimate Partner Violence in the Clinical Setting: Strategies for Health Care Providers.  McMaster University.  Hamilton, Canada.  2007.
  27. Jack SM.  Identifying Intimate Partner Violence in Health Care Settings: If, When and How to Ask the Questions.  National Update in Primary Maternity Care.  Toronto, Canada.  2007.
  28. Jack S and MacMillan HL.  Responding to Disclosures of Intimate Partner Violence in Home Visitation.  National Conference for Community Health Nurses: Mapping the Future for Better Health. Toronto, Canada.  2007.
  29. Jack SM, Wathen N, Brooks S, and MacMillan H.  A Process Evaluation of Knowledge Translation Strategies to Promote the Awareness and Uptake of Research Evidence by Violence Against Women Decision-makers.  Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International Conference.  London, Canada.  2007.
  30. Jack SM, Wathen N, and MacMillan H.  Ontario Women’s Perceptions of Screening for Woman Abuse by Health Care Providers.  Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International Conference.  London, Canada.  2007.
  31. Jack SM and Szozda S.  Making a Promise to Make a Difference: The Nurse Family Partnership Program of Nurse Home Visitation.  Early Childhood Development Forum: Exploring the Contribution of Public Health Home Visiting.  National Collaborating Centres for Aboriginal Health & Determinants of Health.  Saskatoon, Canada.  2008.
  32. Jack SM.  Home Visitation Programs and the Prevention of Child Maltreatment.  Ontario Children’s Aid Societies High Risk Infant Nurse Program Annual Meeting.  Richmond Hill, Canada.  2009.
  33. Jack SM, Brooks S, and MacMillan HL.  Parenting by Women Exposed to Maltreatment in Childhood: Challenges and Strategies to Reduce Intergenerational Violence.  Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International Conference.  Miami, FL.  2009.
  34. Jack SM, Coben J, Davidov D, Ford-Gilboe M, MacMillan H, and the NFP IPV Research Team. Identifying and Responding to Intimate Partner Violence in Home Visitation.  National Community Health Nurses Conference.  Calgary, Canada.  2009.
  35. Jack SM, Ford-Gilboe M, MacMillan H, Coben J, Olds D, and the NFP IPV Research Team. Theoretical and Empirical Foundations Guiding Intervention Development to Address Intimate Partner Violence in Home Visitation.  Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International Conference. Miami, FL.  2009.
  36. Jack SM and Sheehan D.  Making a Promise to Ontario Mothers to Make a Difference: The Nurse-Family Partnership Program.  Community Health Nurses Interest Group, Registered Nurses Association of Ontario Annual General Meeting.  Markham, Canada.  2009.
  37. Jack S, Sheehan D, MacMillan HL, Busser D, Kurtz Landy C, Mackie C, Boyle M, Clinton J, Niccols A, and Schofield R.  Canadian Pilot of the Nurse-Family Partnership Program.  National Collaborating Centres for Public Health Summer Institute.  Mont Ste. Anne, Canada.  2009.
  38. Jack SM, Wathen CN, and MacMillan H.  Ontario Women’s Perceptions of Screening for Woman Abuse by Health Care Providers.  Knowledge Exchange in Family Violence Research: Stakeholder-Researcher Meeting.  Toronto, Canada.  2009.
  39. Jack SM.  Promising to Make a Difference. Implementation of the Nurse-Family Partnership Program in Ontario.  Public Health Nursing Summit, Registered Nursing Association of Ontario and Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion.  Toronto, Canada.  2010.
  40. Jack SM.  The Nurse-Family Partnership Home Visitation Program: Fostering Long-Term Success for Vulnerable First-Time Mothers, Their Babies and Society.  Infant Mental Health Promotion Rounds, Hospital for Sick Children.  Toronto, Canada.  2010.
  41. Jack S, Ford-Gilboe M, and MacMillan H.  Development of an Intervention to Address Intimate Partner Violence Within the Nurse-Family Partnership Home Visitation Program.  Innovations in Gender, Sex, and Health Research Conference.  Toronto, Canada.  2010.
  42. Jack S, Ford-Gilboe M, MacMillan H, Davidov D, McNaughton D, Wathen N, Coben J, and Olds D.  Development of an Intervention to Address Intimate Partner Violence Within the Nurse-Family Partnership Program.  Academic Seminars, McMaster University.  Hamilton, Canada.  2010.
  43. Kolves K, Soole R, and De Leo D.  Child Suicides: Evidence from Queensland Suicide Register and Potential for Prevention.  10th National Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion.  Brisbane, Australia.  2011. 
  44. Lahiri S, Gold J, and Levenstein C.  Economic Evaluation of Workplace Interventions to Reduce Low Back Pain and MSD’s.  International Scientific Conference on Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders.  Boston, MA.  2007.
  45. Lent B, MacMillan HL, and Wathen CN.  Screening for Woman Abuse in Health Care Settings.  European General Practice Research Network Meeting.  Nijmegen, Netherlands.  2007.
  46. Lent B, MacMillan HL, and Wathen N.  Universal Screening for Intimate Partner Violence in Health Care Settings: Results of a Multi-Site Randomized Trial.  Family Medicine Forum.  Calgary, Canada.  2009.
  47. MacMillan HL.  Approaches to Preventing Child Maltreatment: Problems and Prospects.  Impact of Maltreatment on Child Development: Long Term Effects, Intervention and Prevention Conference. Montreal, Canada.  2007.
  48. MacMillan HL.  Evidence-based Approaches for Responding to Child Maltreatment:
     Problems and Prospects.
      Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Conference.  Montreal, Canada.  2007.
  49. MacMillan HL.  Intimate Partner Violence (IPV): Implications for Children and Approaches to IPV Prevention.  Impact of Maltreatment on Child Development: Long Term Effects, Intervention and Prevention Conference.  Montreal, Canada.  2007.
  50. MacMillan HL.  Intimate Partner Violence: Implications for Child Development and Approaches to IPV Prevention.  Sickkids: The Hospital for Sick Children Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect Current Issues in Child Maltreatment Conference.  Toronto, Canada.  2008.
  51. MacMillan HL. Preventing Family Violence and Improving Mental Health.  National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression, Healthy Minds Across America Forum.  Hamilton, Canada.  2008.
  52. MacMillan HL.  Child Maltreatment: Implications for Mental Health and Prevention.  Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Conference.  Toronto, Canada.  2009.
  53. MacMillan HL and Wathen CN.  If, When and How to Ask the Question(s):  Assessing Screening Approaches to Identifying Woman Abuse in Health Care Settings.  Annual Conference of the Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres.  Toronto, Canada.  2009.
  54. MacMillan HL, Wathen N, and Stewart D.  PreVAiL - Child Maltreatment and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV).  Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute for Gender & Health Innovations in Gender, Sex & Health Research Conference.  Toronto, Canada.  2010.
  55. MacMillan H.  Nurse Home Visiting to Prevent Intimate Partner Violence and Child Maltreatment: A Randomized Controlled Trial.  Presentation at World Health Organization (WHO) 5th Milestones of a Global Campaign for Violence Prevention Conference.  Cape Town, South Africa.  2011.
  56. McNaughton D, Davidov D, Jack S, and the NFP-IPV Research Group.  Nurse and Community Partner Responses to Intimate Partner Violence within Home Visitation Practice.  Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International Conference.  Miami, FL.  2009.
  57. Milner A, Too T, Sveticic J, and De Leo D.  Motor Vehicle Suicides: Information from Confirmed Cases, Queensland, 1990 to 2007.  10th National Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion.  Brisbane, Australia.  2011. 
  58. Miranda, H, Gold, J, Gore, R, and Punnett, L. Recall of Prior Musculoskeletal Pain.  International Scientific Conference on Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders.  Boston, MA.  2007.
  59. Moore-Cox A, Jack SM, and MacMillan HL.  Retaining Participants in a Randomized Controlled Trial About Intimate Partner Violence: Strategies Implemented by Research Staff.  Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International Conference.  Miami, FL.  2009.
  60.  Muazzam S and Nasrullah M.  Unintentional Struck by / Struck Against Injury Mortality in the United States, 1999-2006.  World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion.  London, England.  2010. 
  61. Nasrullah M and Haqqi S.  The Epidemiological Pattern of Victims of Honour Killings in Pakistan.  European Conference on Public Health.  Lisbon, Portugal.  2008.
  62. Nasrullah M.  Burns Among Women in Pakistan – A Social Stigma.  International Conference on Safe Communities Safe Policies as an Axis for Development.  Cali, Colombia.  2009.
  63. Nasrullah M and Muazzam S.  Risk Differences Among Children and Adults in Road Traffic Injuries – Karachi, Pakistan.  Canadian Conference on Global Health.  Ottawa, Canada.  2010.
  64. Nimbarte AD.  Evaluation of Neck Disorders Among the Construction Workers: A Laboratory Study Using Electromyography.  Institute of Industrial Engineers Annual Conference.  Vancouver, Canada. 2008.
  65. Nimbarte AD, Aghazadeh F, and Ikuma LH.  Understanding the Contribution of Neck Muscles During Isometric Lifting Tasks.  International Occupational Ergonomics and Safety Annual Conference. Chicago, IL.  2008.
  66. Nimbarte AD, Aghazadeh F, and Ikuma LH.  Evaluation of Risk Factors for Cervical Spine Disorders Due to Manual Material Handling Tasks.  International Ergonomics Association Triennial Congress. Beijing, China.  2009.
  67. Nimbarte AD, Aghazadeh F, and Ikuma LH.  Loading of the Cervical Spine During Isometric Lifting Tasks.  International Occupational Ergonomics and Safety Annual Conference.  Dallas, TX.  2009.
  68. Nimbarte AD, Unnikrishnan A, and Aghazadeh F.  Loading of Cervical Spine During Isometric Overhead Exertions.  Institute of Industrial Engineers Annual Conference.  Cancún, Mexico.  2010.
  69. Pedersen NL and Fiske A.  Suicide: What We can Learn from Twin Studies.  Nobel Conference: “The Role of Genetics in Promoting Suicide Prevention and the Mental Health of the Population,” sponsored by the Nobel Assembly.  Stockholm, Sweden.  2009.
  70. Peirce GL, Abate MA, and Smith MJ.  Oxycodone-related Fatalities in West Virginia.  International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research. Orlando, FL.  2009.
  71. Ploeg J, Fear J, Hutchison B, and MacMillan HL.  Effectiveness of Interventions for Abuse of Older Persons: A Systematic Review.  Canadian Association on Gerontology Annual Scientific and Education Meeting.  London, Canada.  2008.
  72. Powell E, Jones D, Emery S, and France J.  Odontoid Fractures in the Elderly: A Retrospective View of Complications and Outcomes.  North American Spine Society Annual Meeting.  Toronto, Canada.  2008.
  73. Rauscher KJ, Myers DJ, Runyan CW, and Schulman M.  Exploring Social Contexts at Work and How They Affect the Safety of Young Construction Workers.  World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion.  London, England.  2010.
  74. Regier MD, Romann A, and Wong S.  Nonresponse in Surveys Case Study: An Integration of the Generalized Nonresponse Model and the Extended Bayesian Model Criterion.  Joint Meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada and the Société Francaise de Statistique.  Ottawa, ON, Canada.  2008.  Case Study award winner.
  75. Regier MD.  Generalized imperfect variables for generalized linear models.  Annual Meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada, University of British Columbia. Vancouver, BC, Canada.  2009.
  76. Regier MD.  A General Parametric Approach for Generalized Linear Models with Complex Incomplete Covariate Data Structures.  Missing Data Workshop, Department of Statistics, McGill University. Montréal, Québec, Canada.  2010.
  77. Regier MD.  A Likelihood Adjustment for the Combined Problem of Missing Data and Measurement Error. Biostatistics Seminar Series.  Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Occupational Health, McGill University. Montréal, Québec, Canada.  2010.
  78. Regier MD.  A Unified Approach for Handling the Combined Problem of Missing Data and Measurement Error.  Annual Meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada.  Laval University, Québec City, Québec, Canada.  2010.
  79.  Regier MD.  Adjusting for Measurement Error and Missing Data with Application to the Development of Complex Linked Databases.  Department of Statistics, University of Manitoba.  Winnipeg, Manitoba, CA.  2011.
  80. Regier MD and Moodie EE.  The Sequential Conditional Expectation-Maximization (SCEM) algorithm. Annual Meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada, Acadia University.  Wolfville, NS, CA.  2011.
  81. Rockett IR, Wang S, Lian Y, and Stack S.  Suicide-Associated Comorbidity in the United States: A Multiple Cause of Death Analysis.  International Conference of the Journal of Public Health Delegate Manual.  Lisbon, Portugal.  2007.
  82. Rice TM and Zhu M.  Obesity and the Risk of Death During Traffic Collisions.  World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion.  London, England.  2010.
  83. Rockett IR.  Window on the Minority Suicide Paradox: A Multiple Cause-of-Death Study.  International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences.  Tuscany, Italy.  2008.
  84. Rockett IR.  Comorbidity and Suicide Misclassification.  Zhejiang University School of Medicine. Hangzhou, China.  2009. Rockett IR, Hobbs G, De Leo D, Stack S, Frost JL, Ducatman AM, Kapusta ND, and Walker RL.  Suicide and Unintentional Poisoning Mortality Trends in the United States, 1987-2006: Independent? European Symposium on Suicide and Suicidal Behavior.  Rome, Italy.  2010.
  85. Rockett IR, Hobbs G, De Leo D, Stack S, and Kapusta ND.  Complications in Counting Suicide in the United States: The Case of Poisoning.  International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences.  Cambridge, England.  2010.
  86. Runyan CW, Villaveces A, Rauscher KJ, Bangdiwala SI, Yonas M, and Schulman MD.  Adolescent Delinquency and Violence: Is Employment Protective?  9th Annual World Injury Conference.  Merida, Mexico.  2008.
  87. Sears B and Bailes JE.  Omega 3 Fatty Acid Supplementation Reduces the Extent of Axon Damage after Brain Trauma.  International Society of Fatty Acids and Lipids 2008.  Kansas City, MO.   2008.
  88. Shah N, Smith MJ, and Abate MA.  Alprazolam-related Deaths in West Virginia.  International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research.  Orlando, FL.  2009.
  89. Sheehan D, Busser D, Jack SM, Kurtz Landy C, Mackie C, and MacMillan H.  The Evidence for Intensive Nurse Home Visitation: The Nurse-Family Partnership Program.  Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference.  Winnipeg, Canada.  2009.
  90. Sheehan D, MacMillan H, and Jack SM.  Feasibility and Acceptability of the Nurse-Family Partnership Program in Hamilton.  Board of Health, City of Hamilton.  Hamilton, Canada.  2010.
  91. Sheehan D, MacMillan H, and Jack SM.  Feasibility and Acceptability of the Nurse-Family Partnership Program in Ontario.  McMaster Child Health Research Institute, General Meeting. Hamilton, Canada.  2010.
  92. Smith M, Zaloshnja E, and Miller T.  Catastrophic Injury-related Enrollment and Costs in a State Medicaid Fee-for-service Program.  International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research Annual Meeting.  Baltimore, MD.  2011.
  93. Stack S.  Gender and Choice of Violent Suicide Methods in Film and Society.  Symposium on Suicidality and Suicide in the Media. Vienna, Austria.  2007.
  94. Stack S. Hollywood Suicide: Patterns in Violent Deaths in American Feature Films.  Symposium on Suicidality and Suicide in the Media.  Vienna, Austria.  2007.
  95. Stack S and Bowman B.  Hollywood Suicide: Internal and External Causes of 649 Suicides in American Film, 1900-2007.  World Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention. Killarney, Ireland.  2007.
  96. Stack S and Kposowa A. The Culture of Survivalism and Suicide Acceptability: Cross National Analysis.  World Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention.  Killarney, Ireland.  2007.
  97. Stack S.  Religiosity and Suicide Acceptability: A Cross-National Analysis.  European Symposium on Suicide and Suicidal Behavior.  Glasgow, Scotland.  2008.
  98. Stack S.  Mimetic Factors in Suicide Across the Life Course.  Conference on Mimetic Factors in Health Behaviors.  University of Warwick, School of Medicine.  Coventry, England.  2009.
  99. Stack S and Scourfield J.  The Timing of Relationship Loss and Suicide Risk: Analysis of the Mortality Followback Survey.  European Symposium on Suicide and Suicidal Behavior.  Rome, Italy.  2010.
  100. Stack S.  Economic and Life Satisfaction as Predictors of Suicide Acceptability: A Comparison of the U.S. and China.  Symposium on Suicide, Shandong University.  Janin, China.  2011.
  101. Starling S and Jack SM.  Conducting Qualitative Research with Women Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence.  McMaster University Nursing Research Day.  Hamilton, Canada.  2007.
  102. Starling S and Jack SM.  Conducting Qualitative Research with Women Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence.  Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International Conference.  London, Canada.  2007.
  103. Starling S and Jack SM. Conducting Qualitative Research with Women Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence.  Ontario Communities Working Together to End Violence Against Women Conference. Kitchener, Canada.  2008.
  104. Strohm S, Jack SM, Miller F, and MacMillan H.  Using Qualitative Description to Explore the Intimate Partner Relationship Experiences of Women with a History of Childhood Maltreatment.  Hamilton and Region Qualitative Health Research Conference.  Hamilton, Canada.  2008.
  105. Swinton M, Jack SM, Dobbins M, Sword W, Henderson J, Niccols A, Cunningham C, Lipman E, and Smith A.  Building a Knowledge Exchange and Translation Bridge with Agencies Serving Women with Substance Use Issues and their Children:  Findings from Key-Informant Interviews with Clinicians, Managers, and Executive Directors.  Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse National Conference. Halifax, Canada.  2009.
  106. Sword W, Jack SM, Milligan K, Niccols A, Henderson J, and Smith A.  Integrated Programs for Women with Substance Use Issues and their Children:  A Qualitative Meta-synthesis of Outcomes and Processes.  Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse National Conference.  Halifax, Canada.  2009.
  107. Wathen N and Brooks S.  Development of an Online Violence Against Women Community of Interest. Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International Conference.  London, Canada.  2007.
  108. Wathen N, Lewis N, Jack SM, Brooks S, and MacMillan H. The McMaster Violence Against Women Research Program: Knowledge Translation Project.  Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International Conference.  London, Canada.  2007.
  109. Wathen N, Gutmanis I, Freeman C, Beynon C, and MacMillan H.  Are Health Care Providers Prepared to Address Intimate Partner Violence Against Women?  Ontario Communities Working Together the End Violence Conference.  Kitchener, Canada.  2008.
  110. Wathen N, Jack S, and MacMillan H.  Asking About Intimate Partner Violence in Health Care Settings.  Ontario Communities Working Together to End Violence Against Women Conference. Kitchener, Canada.  2008.
  111. Wathen N, Jack S, and MacMillan H.  Asking About Intimate Partner Violence in Health Care Settings: What Women Want and How Health Professionals Can Know When to Ask.  Knowledge Exchange in Family Violence Research: Stakeholder-Researcher Meeting.  Toronto, Canada.  2009.
  112. Wathen N and McKeown S.  Is Information Enough? E-Government and the Information Response for Women Experiencing Domestic Violence.  Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS-ACSI).  Ottawa, Canada.  2009.
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  114. Wathen CN, Sibbald SL, Jack SM, and MacMillan HL.  Evaluating the Impact of Research Evidence on Decision-making in the Area of Violence Against Women.  Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Impacts Workshop.  Montreal, Canada.  2010.
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