Social Work Warriors presence at the national SSWR conference

The Wayne State University School of Social Work is proud to have over 35 faculty, staff and students presenting at the Society for Social Work Research (SSWR) 2020 annual conference Reducing Racial and Economic Inequality in Washington, DC this week. If you are in DC, swing by a session and see our #SocialWorkWarriorsInAction! 

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Thursday, January 16, 2020

8:00 – 10:00 am: Marquis BR Salon 14, ML2
Associate Dean for Research Joanne Sobeck, et al.
Pre-Conference Workshop: Developing a Successful Career as an Associate Dean for Research

1:30 – 3:00 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
*Assistant Professor Viktor Burlaka, Associate Professor Jun Sung Hong, et al.
E-poster #53P: Childhood Maltreatment and Adulthood Substance Use in Ukraine: The Role of Depression

1:30 – 3:00 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
*Associate Professor Jun Sung Hong, et al.
E-poster #4P: Internalizing Problems Among Immigrant Adolescents Who Are Bullied: The Moderating Role of Parental Monitoring

1:30 – 3:00 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
*Doctoral Student Michael Broman, Research Assistant Jennifer Ellis, Associate Director for Research Administration Elizabeth Agius, Associate Professor Stella Resko, et al.
E-poster #26P: Prescription Opioids Are Rarely Stored Securely: Predictors of Improper Storage Practices and Next Steps

1:30 – 3:00 pm: Marquis BR Salon 7, ML2
Doctoral Student Lori Vanderwill, et al.
Symposia (cluster): The Impact of a Trauma Informed Teaching Intervention on Teachers and Other School Support Staff in Alternative Education Settings: A Teacher Retention Strategy

3:15 – 4:45 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
Assistant Professor Jason T. Carbone, et al.
E-poster #108P: Positive Deviance as a Social Innovation for the Prevention Program Workforce.

3:15 – 4:45 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
Assistant Professor Jason T. Carbone, et al.
E-poster #114P: Emergency Department Visits for Confirmed Cases of Intimate Partner Violence

3:15 – 4:45 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
Associate Professor Richard Smith, et al.
E-poster #77P: Aging in Place and Residential Segregation: An Analysis of Health and Well-Being Inequities

3:45 pm: Liberty Ballroom N, ML 4
*Associate Dean of Student and Faculty Affairs Debra Patterson, et al.
Oral Presentation (cluster): How Do Latina Survivors of Interpersonal Violence Conceptualize Justice?


Friday, January 17, 2020

8:30 am: Archives, ML 4
Assistant Professor Jason T. Carbone, et al.
Oral Presentation (cluster): Parity, Inequality, and Uncertainty: Advancing Equality through an Intermediary/Purveyor Organization for Home Visitation

8:30 am: Independence BR A, ML 4
*Associate Professor Carolyn Dayton, Associate Professor Suzanne Brown, PhD Alum Laurel Hicks, PhD Alum Carla Barron, et al.
Paper Presentation (colloquium): Expectant Fathers' Early Fathering Beliefs: The Influence of Egalitarian Sex Role Beliefs and Maltreatment History

9:45 am: Treasury, ML 4
Assistant Professor Viktor Burlaka, et al.
Oral Presentation (cluster): Suicidal Behaviors Among Students from Impoverished Rural Communities in the US South

10:15 am: Marquis BR Salon 14, ML 2
*Associate Professor Erin Comartin, CBHJ Project Coordinator Laine Putans, Post-Doctoral Fellow Megan Hicks, Dean Sheryl Kubiak, et al.
Oral Presentation (cluster): Assessing the Efficacy of Mental Health Jail Diversion Programs: A Multi-Site Study

2:00 pm: Liberty Ballroom I, ML 4
*Associate Professor Stella Resko, Research Assistant Jennifer Ellis, Project Coordinator Rachel Kollin, Doctoral Student Michael Broman, PhD Candidate Danielle Hicks, Research Assistant Sydney O'Shay-Wallace and Assistant Professor Viktor Burlaka
Oral Presentation (cluster): Public Perception of the Efficacy of Medications for Opioid Addiction Treatment

2:30 pm: Liberty Ballroom J, ML 4
*Associate Professor Tam Perry, et al.
Symposia (cluster): An Ongoing Environmental Disaster in Flint, Michigan: Narratives of Inequality through the Lens of Older Adults

3:45 – 5:15 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
*PhD Candidate Markus Whitehead and Associate Professor Faith Hopp
E-poster # 331P: Does the U.S. Military Promote Racial and Economic Equality for African American Women? a Qualitative Study of the Military Promotion Process

3:45 – 5:15 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
*Doctoral Student Jeoung Min Lee, Associate Professor Jun Sung Hong, et al.
E-poster #299P: From Bully Victimization to Bully Perpetration: Applying the Problem Behavior Theory to Explore the Pathways

4:45 pm: Marquis BR Salong 13, ML 2
*Doctoral Candidate Michael Henson
Oral Paper (cluster): Conflicting Selves: Confronting and Negotiating Multiple Identities in Child Welfare Training


3:45 – 5:15 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
CBHJ Data Analyst Victoria Nelson, *Associate Professor Erin Comartin, and Dean Sheryl Kubiak
E-poster #311P: Comparing the Experiences of Individuals with Mental Illness to Those without Along the Criminal/Legal Continuum: An Eight County Study

5:30 – 7:00 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
Assistant Professor Viktor Burlaka, et al.
E-poster #397P: Gender differences in suicidal behaviors: Mediation role of psychological distress

5:30 – 7:00 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
*Assistant Professor Jason T. Carbone, et al.
E-poster #368P: Who Participates? Identifying the Profiles of Civic Engagement and Their Associated Sociodemographic Characteristics

5:30 – 7:00 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
*CBHJ Associate Director Julie Hanna, Dean Sheryl Kubiak and Graduate Research Assistant Emily Pasman
E-poster #369P: Evaluating the Implementation of a Prisoner Re-Entry Initiative for Individuals with Opioid Use and Mental Health Disorders: Application of the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research in a Cross-System Initiative

5:30 – 7:00 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
*PhD Candidate Danielle Hicks, Associate Professor Stella Resko, Research Assistant Jennifer Ellis, and Associate Director for Research Administration Elizabeth Agius
E-Poster #405P: Driving after Use of Marijuana: Young Adults


Saturday, January 18, 2020

8:00 – 9:30 am: Archives, ML 4
Associate Professor Suzanne Brown (symposium organizer and discussant)
Symposium: Adversity, Marginalization and Social Isolation across the Life Course: Risks and Resilience

8:00 – 9:30 am: Liberty Ballroom K, ML 4
Assistant Professor Jason T. Carbone, et al.
Roundtable: Roundtable on positive deviance for social work as an approach to reduce racial and economic inequality.

8:00 am: Marquis BR Salon 14, ML 2
Associate Professor Richard Smith, et al.
Oral Presentation (cluster): Reducing Racial Inequality? Residential Segregation and Public Policy, 1940-2010

8:00 – 9:30 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
*Doctoral Student Katherine Asher-Halquist, Associate Professor Suzanne Brown and Associate Professor Carolyn Dayton
E-Poster #428P: Attachment-Based Representations of Infants in Utero Moderate the Impact of Depression on Child Maltreatment Risk in Expectant Mothers

8:00 – 9:30 am: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
*Project Coordinator Rachel Kollin, Research Assistant Jennifer Ellis, Associate Director for Research Administration Elizabeth Agius, and Associate Professor Stella Resko
E-poster #465P: Predictors of the Overestimation of the Prevalence of Prescription Pain Reliever Misuse

9:45 am: Marquis BR Salon 7, ML 2
*Doctoral Student Jeoung Min Lee, Associate Professor Jun Sung Hong, Associate Professor Stella Resko, PhD, Associate Professor Antonio Gonzalez-Prendes, et al.
Oral Presentation (cluster): Pathways from Community Violence Exposure to Bully Perpetration Among Urban African American Adolescents in Chicago's Southside

9:45 – 11:15 am: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
*PhD Certificate Student Patricia Dixon, Associate Professor Stella Resko and Associate Professor Suzanne Brown
E-poster #509P: Non-Suicidal Self Injury (NSSI) Among Students Seeking Mental Health Services at an Urban, Public University

2:00 – 2:30 pm: Marriott Marquis Washington DC (location of Opening Plenary Session)
Associate Professor Richard Smith has received an honorable mention for the 2020 Society for Social Work and Research Excellence in Research Award for his article coauthored with Amanda J. Lehning and Kyeongmo Kim entitled “Aging in Place in Gentrifying Neighborhoods: Implications for Physical and Mental Health, published in the Gerontologist (2018 Vol. 58, No. 1, 26–35). The award will be presented at this time.

4:00 – 5:30 pm: Archives, ML4
Associate Dean for Research Joanne Sobeck, et al.
Roundtable: Challenges and Solutions for Building Effective Faculty Research in Research-Emerging and Research Intensive Universities.


Sunday, January 19, 2020

8:00 – 9:30 am: Liberty Ballroom J, ML 4
Associate Professor Tam Perry (moderator)
Oral Presentation (cluster): Impacts of Housing, Living Alone, & Place on Aging

8:30 am: Treasury, ML 4
*Graduate Research Assistant Bethany Hedden, Associate Professor Erin Comartin, CBHJ Project Coordinator Nanci Hambrick and Dean Sheryl Kubiak
Oral Presentation (cluster): Racial Disparities in Access to, and Utilization of, Jail- and Community-Based Mental Health Treatment

11:30 am – 1:00 pm: Marquis BR Salon 6, ML 2
*Research Assistant Jennifer Ellis, Assistant Professor Viktor Burlaka, Associate Professor Suzanne Brown, Associate Director for Research Administration Elizabeth Agius, Project Coordinator Rachel Kollin and Associate Professor Stella Resko
E-poster #761P: Hopefulness Among Family Members of Individuals Who Use Opioids

 

* noted as presenting author

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