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Accepted Abstracts of Faculty and Students for the CSWE Annual Program Meeting

Per the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), the Annual Program Meeting (APM) "...is the place where social work education influencers collaborate, learn, teach, and grow. The 64th APM will be held November 8–11, 2018, at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in Orlando, Florida. The 2018 APM theme is "Expanding Interprofessional Education to Achieve Social Justice." 

The College of Social Work will be well-represented at the APM. See the list of abstracts by College faculty members and students that have been accepted:

Oral Presentations

Combs-Orme, T. Maternal Trauma History Effects on Newborn Brain Development Gene Activity

Brown, A. (PhD student), Walters, J. (PhD student), Jones, A. (PhD student), Akinsola, O. (PhD student). "Are Rural Social Workers More Burnt Out? Examining Rurality and Burnout"

Mallory, A. and Foster, C. Preparing Professional Social Workers for an Interprofessional World.

West, S., Elliott, S. (PhD student) & Hamilton, L. The Potential of Universal Basic Income: Housing and Financial Outcomes.

Elliott, S. (PhD student), West, S., & Bills, K. (PhD student). Unconditional Cash Transfers: An Innovative Response to Natural Disasters.

Jones, A. (PhD student). Body image and binge drinking among adolescents: Implications for social work practice

Hall, J.C., Jones, A. (PhD student), & Crutchfield, J. Intergenerational Stress: Determinants and Consequences for Women.

Steckel, S., Crane Mallory, K., Skeesick, J. (MSSW Student), Framing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): Where Communications Science and Policy Advocacy Intersect.

Thomas, L., Cain, S. (PhD student), Combs-Orme, T. Impact of Maternal Proximity on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Severity: A Biopsychosocial.

Forrest-Bank, S., Held, M., Akinsola, O. (PhD student). Recommendations for Serving Resettled Refugee Youth: A Systematic Review and Provider Interviews.

Hamilton, L. & West, S. Universal Basic Income: The Economic Imperative for Social Work?

West, S., Elliott, S. (PhD student), & Hamilton, L. The Potential of Universal Basic Income: Housing and Financial Outcomes.

Elliott., S., West, S., & Bills, K. (PhD student). Unconditional Cash Transfers: An Innovative Response to Natural Disasters.

Hall, J.C., College Student Success: Attitudes Toward Colorism Among African American College Students.

Hall, J.C., Jones, A., Intergenerational Stress & Coping: Determinants and Consequences for Women.

 

Workshops

Chaffin, K., Hannaway, N. The Importance of Human Relationships: Educators Role in Advising.

Chaffin, K., Hannaway, N. , Davidson, H. The Role of Advising in Interprofessional Education: A Proactive Approach.

 

Panel Presentation

Gallup, D., Walters, J. (PhD student), & Papel, D. Innovative methods to prepare future social work leaders and managers.

 

Poster Presentations

Reyes Mason, L., Tatum, L. Weiss, S., Hathaway, J. Youth empowerment and environmental sustainability: Citizen science in an urban watershed.

Walters, J. (PhD student), Brown, A. (PhD student), & Jones, A. (PhD student). (2018, November) No money, no problem: Obtaining a large sample with no funding.

Brown, A. (PhD student),Walters, J. (PhD student), & Jones, A. (PhD student). Are Rural Social Workers More Burnt Out? Examining Rurality and Burnout.

Yoon, S. (PhD student), Cummings, S., & Nugent, W. How Coping Strategies Impact Suicidal Ideation in Older Adults After Spousal Abuse

Schriver, R., Held, M., Chaffin, K. Medication Adherence with Latino Populations: Training Social Work Students for Multidisciplinary Work.

 

Click here for a listing of College faculty, students, and alumni presentations from the 2018 Society for Social Work Research (SSWR) Annual Conference .

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