Session: ePoster Presentations II (Society for Social Work and Research 23rd Annual Conference - Ending Gender Based, Family and Community Violence)

53 ePoster Presentations II

Schedule:
Thursday, January 17, 2019: 3:15 PM-4:45 PM
Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level (Hilton San Francisco)
* noted as presenting author
Adolescent and Youth Development (ADOL)
Adolescent Health
59P
Online Requests to Run Away: Prevalence from a Nationally Representative Sample of Youth
Jennifer O'Brien, PhD, University of New Hampshire, Durham; Ateret Gewirtz-Meydan, PhD, University of New Hampshire, Durham; Kimberly Mitchell, PhD, University of New Hampshire, Durham
Adolescent Mental Disorders and Mental Health and Wellbeing
60P
She's Sort of like a Second Therapist to Me: Close Friendships of Young Women Living with Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Beth Sapiro, PhD, Montclair State University; Michele Munson, PhD, New York University
Adolescent Sexual Health/Reproduction
61P
Is Peer Victimization a Significant Risk for Acquiring Sexually Transmitted Infections? Exploring the Pathways in a Sample of Urban African American Youth
Jeoung Min Lee, MS, Wayne State University; Jun Sung Hong, PhD, Wayne State University; Jin Won Kim, MSW, Sungkyunkwan University; Jane Lee, PhD, MSW, University of Washington; Celine Shamoun, Wayne State University; Dexter Voisin, PhD, University of Chicago
Adolescents Special Populations (Minority/Indigenous Youth)
62P
Risk Versus Protective Factors: A False Dichotomy for Young African American Women
Jessica Nobile, PhD, MSW, LISW, Cleveland State University
Transition Age Youth/Emerging Adulthood
63P
Social Inequalities in Relation to Service Needs and Barriers Reported By Family Caregivers of Transition-Age Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Karen Ishler, PhD, Case Western Reserve University; FEI WANG, MSW, Case Western Reserve University; David Biegel, PhD, Case Western Reserve University; Kristen Berg, Case Western Reserve University
Youth Development
64P
Exploring the Contributions of Youth-Led Participatory Action Research to Youth Voice and Adult Support in a Community-Based after-School Program
Heather Kennedy, MPH, University of Denver; Yolanda Anyon, University of Denver; Rebecca Durbahn, MSW, University of Denver; Jeffrey M. Jenson, PhD, University of Denver
Aging Services and Gerontology (A&G)
Caregiving for Older Adults
65P
Relationships between Negative Exchanges and Depressive Symptoms in Older Couples: The Moderating Roles of Care and Gender
Minyoung Kwak, PhD, Chinese University of Hong Kong; Berit Ingersoll-Dayton, PhD, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
66P
The Influence of Cognitive Impairment on Health Behaviors Among Older Adults
Sung-wan Kang, PhD, MSW, Missouri State University; Xiaoling Xiang, PhD, MSW, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Long Term and Palliative Care
67P
Quality of End-of-Life Care: Does Place of Residence Really Matter?
Shuo Xu, MSW, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Xiaofang Liu, MSW, Fordham University; Oe Jin Xu, MSW, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Emily Lux, MSW, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Rosalba Hernandez, PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Productive Aging
68P
Incarceration and the Risks of Poverty in Old Age: Examining the Significance of Gender
Jin Kim, PhD, Northeastern Illinois University; Andrew Brake, PhD, Northeastern Illinois University
Technology
69P
Does Social Technology Use Affect Social Engagement in Older Adults?: Identification of Differences By Racial/Ethnic Groups
Hee Yun Lee, PhD, University of Alabama; Jeehoon Kim, PhD, Idaho State University; William Hasenbein, MSW, University of Alabama
Child Welfare (CW)
Child Welfare Services, Systems, and Workforce
70P
Child Protective Services Decision-Making: The Role of Children's Race and County Context
Kathryn Maguire-Jack, PhD, Ohio State University; Sarah Font, The Pennsylvania State University; Rebecca Dillard, Ohio State University
Child Welfare Services, Systems, and Workforce
71P
Racial Differences in Child Welfare Placement Types
Lauren McCarthy, MSW, University of Maryland at Baltimore; Charlotte Bright, PhD, University of Maryland at Baltimore; Terry Shaw, PhD, University of Maryland at Baltimore
Kinship/Foster Care/Adoption
72P
Exploring Foster Youth Perspectives on Effective Legal Representation: An Integrated, Mixed-Method Approach
J. Jay Miller, University of Kentucky; Jacquelynn Duron, PhD, Rutgers University; Jessica Donohue-Dioh, Campbellsville University; Nada Shalash, University of Kentucky
Prevention and Intervention
73P
Matching Services to Reduce Need Among Families at Risk of Maltreatment with Complex Needs
James Simon, PhD, LCSW, California State University, San Bernardino; Devon Brooks, PhD, University of Southern California
Safety/Maltreatment/Neglect/Abuse
74P
Screening Decisions at Child Protective Services Intake: A Systematic Review
Jeri Damman, PhD, The University of Sussex; Michelle Johnson-Motoyama, Ph.D., University of Kansas; Susan Wells, PhD, The University of British Columbia
Communities and Neighborhoods (C&N)
Civic Engagement and participation
75P
Neighborhood indicators/effects and community health/well-being
76P
Determinants of Sense of Community in Congregations
Yael Itzhaki, PhD, Bar-Ilan University; Ram Cnaan, PhD, University of Pennsylvania
Crime and Criminal Justice (C&CJ)
Criminal Justice System
77P
Incarceration Trajectories and Mental Health Symptoms Among Incarcerated Women Who Are Mothers
Qianwei Zhao, MSW, University of Southern California; Avelardo Valdez, PhD, University of Southern California; Chih-Ping Chou, PhD, University of Southern California; Alice Cepeda, PhD, University of Southern California
Disability (D)
Disability, Quality of Life and Health/Mental Health Outcomes
79P
Learning about the Lived Experiences of Women on the Autism Spectrum from an Online Community
Jennifer Cullen, PhD, Widener University; Jolynn Haney, PhD, Widener University
Gender (G)
Health and Gender
80P
Women's Narratives of Institutionalization and Community Reintegration: A Feminist Narrative Inquiry
Anindita Bhattacharya, MSW, Columbia University School of Social Work; Ellen Lukens, PhD, Columbia University School of Social Work
Sex Work
81P
Predictors of Traumatic Stress Among Adult Sex Workers in Canada and the United States
Jonathan Alschech, PhD, PhD(C), University of Toronto; Cheryl Regehr, MSW, PhD, University of Toronto; Carmen Logie, MSW, PhD, University of Toronto; Michael C. Seto, Ph.D., C.Psych, Royal Ottawa health care group
Health (H)
Health Promotion and Education
82P
Do Functional Limitations Matter in Breast Cancer Screening Participation for Older Non-Hispanic White and Black Women?
Tamara Cadet, PhD, Simmons College School of Social Work; Shanna Burke, PhD, Florida International University; Matthew Moore, PhD, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Louanne Bakk, PhD, State University of New York at Buffalo; Jennifer Putney, PhD, Simmons College; Catharyne Feterowski, RN, Simmons College; Cindy Davis, PhD, University of the Sunshine Coast
Public Health Social Work
84P
Immigrants and Refugees (I&R)
Immigrant adaptation
85P
Immigrant health and mental health
86P
The Impact of Economic Stress and Coping Resources in Predicting Hwabyung Symptoms
Jonghyun Lee, PhD, BRIDGEWATER STATE UNIVERSITY; Anna Martin-Jearld, PhD, BRIDGEWATER STATE UNIVERSITY
Inequality, Poverty, and Social Welfare Policy (IP&SWP)
Homelessness and Housing
88P
TANF, SNAP, Medicaid, and other social welfare programs
89P
Does CSA Participation Influence Savings Behavior in the Long-Term? Views from Families
Anne Blumenthal, MSW, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor; Trina Shanks, PhD, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
International Social Work & Global Issues (ISW&GI)
Human rights-based approaches and human rights violations
90P
We Need More Words for Violence (and Love): Religion, Hate, and Love in the Lives of Sexual Minority People in St. Lucia
Charmaine Williams, PhD, University of Toronto; Joelleann Forbes, B.A., University of Toronto
Mental Health (MH)
Mental Health Treatment and Services
91P
Psychological Presence of Adult Adoptees: Exploring Birthmother Perspectives
Ruth McRoy, PhD, Boston College; Addie Wyman Battalen, MSW, LICSW, Boston College; Christina M. Sellers, MSW, Boston College; Krystal Cashen, BA, University of Massachusetts at Amherst; Harold Grotevant, PhD, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Prevention and Resilience
92P
Cumulative Social Network Risks and Youth Suicidal Behaviors: The Role of Youth Resilience
Yunyu Xiao, M.Phil., New York University; Yichen Zhang, PhD, New York University
Serious Mental Illness
93P
Is It Safe?: Community Integration for Individuals with Serious Mental Illness
Ryan Dougherty, MSW, University of California, Los Angeles; Rohini Pahwa, PhD, New York University; Erin Kelly, PhD, University of Southern California; Lisa Davis, PhD, Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services; John Brekke, PhD, University of Southern California
Trauma Exposure
94P
Post-Traumatic Stress Symptoms Following the 2014 Events in Ferguson, Missouri: A Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) Analysis
Jennifer First, University of Missouri-Columbia; Laura Danforth, PhD, MSW, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; J Brian Houston, University of Missouri-Columbia
Military Service Members, Veterans and Their Families (MSVF)
Military policy and programs
95P
Examining the Usage of Supportive Programs Available to the National Guard
David Wood, PhD, Brigham Young University; Aislinn Watson, Brigham Young University
Organizations & Management (O&M)
Funding, Contracting, and Accountability
96P
Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation
97P
A Study of Low-Income Entrepreneurs: A Financial Capability Perspective
Baorong Guo, PhD, University of Missouri-St. Louis; Jin Huang, PhD, Saint Louis University
Race and Ethnicity (R&E)
Ethnic Minority Wellbeing
98P
Coping and Well-Being in Hispanic 9/11 World Trade Center Responders
Dianne Ciro, PhD, San Diego State University
Research Design and Measurement (RD&M)
Quantitative Research
99P
In Pursuit of Quality: A Review of Quantitative Studies Published in Social Work Journals
Amanda Barusch, PhD, University of Utah; Soleman Abu-Bader, PhD, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
Systematic Reviews
100P
Treatment Approaches to Reduce Shame: A Systematic Review
Jacob Goffnett, MSW, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Janet Liechty, PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Emma Kidder, BA, University of Illinois at Chicago
Research on Social Work Education (RSWE)
Engaged Teaching and Learning
101P
Development of New Social Work Education in an Era of Rapid Social Changes in South Korea
Heeeun Nam, PhD, Kosin University; Namsook Kim, phD, Tongmyong University; Jeongwon Baik, phD, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities; Seonhee Kim, phD, Kosin University; Yujin Im, phD, Kosin University; Haekeung Park, phD, Silla University; Eunsuk Bae, phD, Kosin University; Jihyeon Son, phD, Silla University; Miran Lee, phD, Kosin University; Kihyok Youn, phD, Tongmyong University; Heeyun Lee, phD, University of Alabama; Youngji Yun, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
School Social Work (SSW)
Access to School-based and Community-based Resources
102P
Multi-Layered Barriers to Engaging Families in Schools: Qualitative Study of School Professionals
Youjung Lee, PhD, LMSW, State University of New York at Binghamton
School Climate and Culture Conducive to Student Learning and Teaching Excellence
103P
The Impact of a Social Emotional Learning Program on Substance Use, Aggression, and Psychological Functioning: Is School Climate a Mechanism of Change?
Katie Stalker, PhD, Arizona State University; Qi Wu, PhD, Arizona State University; Caroline Evans, PhD, University of Kansas; Paul Smokowski, PhD, University of Kansas
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SO&GI)
Health and Well-being
104P
Diverse Well-Being Profiles of LGBTQ College Students and Multi-Level Covariates
Michael Woodford, PhD, Wilfrid Laurier University; Simon Coulombe, PhD, Wilfrid Laurier University; Zack Marshall, PhD, McGill University
Other LGBTQ Issues
105P
Discourses of Bisexuality Among Older Women
Sarah Jen, PhD(c), University of Washington
Social Work Practice (SWP)
Ethical Issues
106P
The Problematic Status of Research Ethics in Social Work
Aidan Ferguson, Florida State University; James Clark, PhD, Florida State University
Intervention Research
107P
Solution-Focused Wellness: A Longitudinal Study with College Students
James Beauchemin, PhD, Boise State Univerisity
Workforce Development
108P
Understanding Supervisee Perspectives on Reflective Supervision: Connecting Experiences to Outcomes
Carla Barron, MSW, Wayne State University; Carolyn Dayton, PhD, Wayne State University; Suzanne Brown, PhD, Wayne State University; Sherryl Scott Heller, PhD, Tulane University; Debra Patterson, PhD, Wayne State University
Substance Misuse and Addictive Behaviors (SM&AB)
Epidemiology and Etiology
109P
Substance Use Trends Among Age Groups: Results from the 1994 through 2015 NSDUH
Gregory Purser, MSW, University of Georgia; Orion Mowbray, PhD, University of Georgia
Non-Substance Addictive Behaviors: Gambling, Sex, Technology, and Others
110P
Gambling Involvement in African American and European Americans: An Analysis By Gender
Manik Ahuja, PhD, Washington University in Saint Louis; Renee M Cunningham-Williams, PhD, Washington University in Saint Louis; Kathleen Bucholz, PhD, Washington University in Saint Louis
Sustainable Development, Urbanization, and Environmental Justice (SDU&E)
Disaster risk reduction, preparedness, and response
111P
Gender Differences in Exposure and Preparedness in Post-Disaster Settings
Jessica Liddell, MSW/MPH, Tulane University; Regardt Ferreira, PhD, Tulane University; Amy Lesen, PhD, Tulane University; Leia Saltzman, PhD, Tulane University; Megha Patel, MSW, Tulane University; Andres Melendez Salgado, MPH, Tulane University; Elizabeth Lopez, Tulane University
Violence against Women and Children (VAWC)
Children Exposed to Violence
112P
Child Emotional Abuse and Inflammation in Young Adults
Elinam Dellor, PhD, Ohio State University
Human Trafficking
113P
Transforming the Process of Finding Shelter for Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence Survivors: Evaluating the Safe Shelter Collaborative Technology App
Fran Danis, PhD, University of Texas at Arlington; Catherine Hurd Johnson, MA, TechSoup; Kate Keisel-Caballero, MSW, Sanar Wellness Institute
Intimate Partner Violence
114P
"Divorce Is a Sin": A Critical Discourse Analysis of Survivors Decisions to Remain in Abusive Relationships
Jessica Bagneris, MSW, Florida State University; Heather Storer, PhD, University of Louisville; Maria Rodriguez, PhD, MSW, City University of New York, Hunter College
Intimate Partner Violence
115P
Sexual Violence
116P
Lessons Learned from Icare: A Post-Exam Text Messaging-Based Program with Sexual Assault
Debra Patterson, PhD, Wayne State University; Danielle Hicks, MSW, Wayne State University
Work and Work-Life Policies and Programs (WWLPP)
Work/life, work/family, worker health, well-being, and performance
117P
Using Photovoice to Develop a Self-Care Program through the Lens of Frontline HIV Providers and Their Supervisors
Rahbel Rahman, PhD, State University of New York at Binghamton; Angela Ghesquiere, Hunter College; Rebecca Goldberg, Office of Drug User Health; Rahbel Rahman, State University of New York at Binghamton
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