Session: Reunification and Families of Origin (Society for Social Work and Research 25th Annual Conference - Social Work Science for Social Change)

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146 Reunification and Families of Origin

Thursday, January 21, 2021: 1:15 PM-2:15 PM
Cluster: Child Welfare
Becci Akin, PhD, University of Kansas
* noted as presenting author
Influence of Cumulative Adverse Childhood Experiences on Reunification for Children in Foster Care
Kiley Liming, PhD, University of Kansas; Jody Brook, PhD, University of Kansas; Becci Akin, PhD, University of Kansas
The Protective Role of Three-Generation Households in the Intergenerational Transmission of Violence
Jooyoung Kong, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Hana Lee, MSW, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Kristen Slack, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Eunji Lee, University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Social Work
Examining Associations between Parental Health, Prescription Drug Use, and Child Maltreatment
Jennifer Price Wolf, PhD, Prevention Research Center; Bridget Freisthler, Ph.D., The Ohio State University College of Social Work; Karla Shockley McCarthy, MSW, LSW, Ohio State University
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