Social Work Warriors represent at the 2019 SSWR national conference

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Wayne State University, School of Social Work representation at the
2019 SSWR 23rd Annual Conference

Congratulations to all of our faculty, staff and students who will be presenting and leading nearly 30 discussions at the upcoming 2019 SSWR Annual Conference.

Thursday, January 17, 2019

1:30 – 3:00 pm: Union Square 15 Tower 3, 4th Floor
Sheryl Kubiak, Dean and Professor, et al.
Oral Presentation: Justice Gaps in Incarcerated Women's Reports of Staff-Perpetrated Sexual Assault: Racial Disparities in Institutional Responses

1:30 – 3:00 pm: Union Square 14 Tower 3, 4th Floor
*Jeoung Min Lee, Doctoral Candidate; Jun Sung Hong, Assistant Professor; Stella Resko, Associate Professor; Antonio Gonzalez-Prendes, Associate Professor; et al.
Oral Presentation: An Ecological Systems Analysis of Risk and Protective Factors related to Bullying Behaviors among African American Adolescents in Chicago

3:15 - 4:45 pm: Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level
*Carla Barron, Doctoral Candidate; Carolyn Dayton, Associate Professor; Suzanne Brown, Associate Professor; Debra Patterson, Associate Professor; et al.
Poster 108P: Understanding Supervisee Perspectives on Reflective Supervision: Connecting Experiences to Outcomes

3:15 – 4:45 pm: Golden Gate 6, Lobby Level
Suzanne Brown, Associate Professor (symposium organizer and presenter), Carolyn Dayton, Associate Professor; et al.
Symposia: Prenatal and Postnatal Attachment-Based Representations: Assessment and Intervention: Parents’ History of Childhood Emotional Neglect is Associated with Negative Attachment-Related Representations of Infants in Utero

3:15 – 4:45 pm: Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level
*Jeoung Min Lee, Doctoral Candidate; Jun Sung Hong, Assistant Professor; Celine Shamoun, Undergraduate Student; et al.
Poster 61P: Is Peer Victimization a Significant Risk for Acquiring Sexually Transmitted Infections? Exploring the Pathways in a Sample of Urban African American Youth

3:15 - 4:45 pm: Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level
*Debra Patterson, Associate Professor; Danielle Hicks, Doctoral Student;
Poster 116P: Lessons Learned from Icare: A Post-Exam Text Messaging-Based Program with Sexual Assault

Friday, January 18, 2019

8:00 – 9:30 am: Union Square 25 Tower 3, 4th Floor
*Jamey Lister, Assistant Professor; Jennifer Ellis, Doctoral Candidate; David Ledgerwood, Associate Professor of Medicine; et al.
Oral Paper: Availability of Medication-Assisted Treatment in Rural Michigan: A Comparison of Non-Metropolitan and Metropolitan Counties

8:00 - 9:30 am: Golden Gate 4, Lobby Level
Richard Smith, Associate Professor; Nikita Buckhoy, Doctoral Student; et al.
Workshop: Mapping Community Violence (and Ways to Stop It): Free Geographic Information Science (GIS) Software for Social Work Research

8:00 - 9:30 am: Continental Parlor 8, Ballroom Level
Joanne Sobeck, Associate Dean for Research and Associate Professor; et al.
Workshop: Advances in Community Measurement Methods

9:45 – 11:15 am: Continental Parlors 1 – 3 Ballroom Level
*Erin Comartin, Assistant Professor; Sheryl Kubiak, Dean and Professor; et al.
Poster 195P: The Use of Crisis Intervention Teams (CIT) Training for Corrections Officers: Reducing Critical Incidents within a County Jail

9:45 – 11:15 am: Continental Parlors 1 – 3 Ballroom Level
*Crecendra Brown, Doctoral Student; Tam Perry, Associate Professor; et al.
Poster 181P: Spirituality in the Lives of Older Adults Reflecting upon Involuntary Relocation

9:45 - 11:15 am: Continental Parlor 8, Ballroom Level
Tam Perry, Associate Professor (symposia chair), et al.
Symposia: Applying an Aging Lens to the Grand Challenges

12:30 - 1:30 pm: Union Square 18 Tower 3, 4th Floor
Tam Perry, Associate Professor; et al.
Special Interest Group: Social Work and Anthropology

12:30 – 1:30 pm: Golden Gate 4, Lobby Level
Joanne Sobeck, Associate Dean for Research and Associate Professor; et al.
Special Interest Group: Associate Deans for Research

1:45 - 3:15 pm: Union Square 19 Tower 3, 4th Floor
*Stella Resko, Associate Professor; Elizabeth Agius, Manager of Community Partnerships; et al.
Oral Presentation: Public Perception of Cannabis Potency and Public Health Risks Associated with Cannabis Use

1:45 – 3:15 pm: Union Square 23/24 Tower 3, 4th Floor
Richard Smith, Associate Professor; et al.
Roundtable: Tracing the Recession & the Welfare State: The Changing Nature of Work, Gentrification, and the Rise of Global Corporate Landlords

3:30 – 5:00 pm: Union Square 22 Tower 3, 4th Floor
Richard Smith, Associate Professor; et al.
Roundtable: Inter-Professional Practice in Macro Social Work

Saturday, January 19, 2019

8:00 – 9:30 am: Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level
*Tamarie Willis, Research Technician; Erin Comartin, Assistant Professor; Sheryl Kubiak, Dean and Professor;
Poster 425P: The Impact of Mental Health Treatment Services on Individuals with Mental Illness Who Have Multiple Encounters with Law Enforcement

9:45 – 11:15 am: Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level
*J. Lloyd Allen, Assistant Professor; et al.
Poster 465P: Learning about HIV: Sources Matter for HIV Testing in Nationally Representative Sample of Youth and Young Adults

9:45 – 11:15 am: Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level
Stella Resko, Associate Professor; *Elizabeth Agius, Manager of Community Research Partnerships; Jennifer Ellis, Doctoral Candidate; Suzanne Brown, Associate Professor; Jamey Lister, Assistant Professor;
Poster 517P: Correlates of Opioid Pain Reliever Misuse Among Young Adults

9:45 – 11:15 am: Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level
Arlene Weisz, Professor; et al.
Poster 485: Complicated Launching: How Families of Young Adults with Autism Navigate Expectations of Increased Independence

12:30 - 1:30 pm: Golden Gate 2, Lobby Level
Tam Perry, Associate Professor; et al.
Special Interest Group: Aging Research, Practice, and Advocacy Network

12:30 – 1:30 pm: Golden Gate 5, Lobby Level
Joanne Sobeck, Associate Dean for Research and Associate Professor; et al.
Special Interest Group: Community and Neighborhood Research

2:00 – 2:30 pm: Continental Ballroom 6, Ballroom Level
Presentation recognizing the SSWR 2019 Annual Conference Fellows, which include Associate Professor Suzanne Brown and Associate Professor Stella Resko;

4:00 pm: Union Square 16 Tower 3, 4th Floor
*Lisa O’Donnell, Assistant Professor;
Oral Presentation: Social Aspects of the Workplace Among Individuals with Bipolar Disorder

Sunday, January 20, 2019

8:00 – 9:30 am: Union Square 25 Tower 3, 4th Floor
*Richard Smith, Associate Professor; Lori Vanderwill, Doctoral Student; et al.
Oral Paper: Are School of Choice Policies a Form of Racialized Community Violence? Comparing Rates of out of District Enrollment By School Ranking, Distance, and Racial Segregation

11:30 – 1:00 pm: Golden Gate 2, Lobby Level
*Suzanne Brown, Associate Professor; Carolyn Dayton, Associate Professor;
Presentation: Social Support Buffers the Impact of Violence Exposure on the Cortisol Stress Response Among High-Risk Parents Engaged in a Stressful Parenting Task.

11:30 am – 1:00 pm: Continental Parlors 1-3
*Debra Patterson, Associate Professor; et al.
Poster 752P: How Do Culturally Specific Services Reduce Help-Seeking Barriers for Latina Survivors of Interpersonal Violence?"

11:30 am – 1:00 pm: Continental Parlor 9, Ballroom Level
Tam Perry, Associate Professor; Faith Hopp, Associate Professor; Michael Kral, Associate Professor; et al.
Roundtable: Cross-Disciplinary Approaches for Responding to Social Work's Grand Challenges

11:30 am – 1:30 pm: Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level
*Catherine Zettner, Research Assistant; Joanne Sobeck, Associate Dean for Research and Associate Professor;
Poster 749P: Treading Water: Stress and Coping in the Wake of the Flint Water Crisis

12:30 pm: Union Square 13 Tower 3, 4th Floor
*Lisa O’Donnell, Assistant Professor;
Oral Presentation: Enhancing Quality of Life Among Adolescents with Bipolar Disorder: A Randomized Trial of Two Psychosocial Interventions

*noted as presenting author

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