Session: Community-based research with diverse populations (Society for Social Work and Research 25th Annual Conference - Social Work Science for Social Change)

All live presentations are in Eastern time zone.

153 Community-based research with diverse populations

Thursday, January 21, 2021: 1:15 PM-2:15 PM
Cluster: Research Design and Measurement
Candice Biernesser, PhD, University of Pittsburgh
* noted as presenting author
(WITHDRAWN) Full-on Fidelity: Using Multiple Methods to Support Best Practices in a Statewide Child Behavioral Health Wraparound System
Mark Horwitz, PhD, Westfield State University; Jennifer Propp, PhD, Westfield State University
Development of Britepath: A Suite of Digital Tools for Suicide Prevention within Pediatric Primary Care Settings
Candice Biernesser, PhD, University of Pittsburgh; Brandie George-Milford, MA, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center; Megan Hamm, PhD, University of Pittsburgh; David Brent, MD, University of Pittsburgh; Stephanie Stepp, PhD, University of Pittsburgh; Carrie Fascetti, MSW, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center; Stacey Engster, MD, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Measuring Organizational Health in Canadian Child Welfare Agencies Serving Indigenous Communities
Sarah Dow-Fleisner, PhD, University of British Columbia; Nina Gregoire, University of British Columbia; Kyler Woodmass, Master's, University of British Columbia; Jeffrey More, MSW, Thompson Rivers University; Susan J. Wells, PhD, University of British Columbia - Okanagan
Using Trauma Informed Lens and Intersectionality Perspectives to Enhance Community Based Participatory Based Research
Tonya Hansel, PhD, MSW, Tulane University; Samantha Francois, PhD, Tulane University; Moctezuma Garcia, PhD, Tulane School of Social Work
A Latent Class Analysis of Perceived Employment Barriers Among Low-Income Job Seekers
Jang Ho Park, MSW, Loyola University Chicago; Philip Hong, PhD, Loyola University, Chicago; Alanna Shin, MSW, Loyola University, Chicago
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