Poster Symposia



Please note: due to adjustments in the schedule, the sessions below appear out of numerical order. We have not changed the numbering so that it continues to coincide with abstract numbers as they appear in the February supplement of JAH, which was at press prior to the meeting schedule’s completion.
 

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Friday, March 20, 2015

Saturday, March 21, 2015

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Poster Symposium II: Intervention Research with Adolescents - (View abstracts)

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 - 2:15-3:45 p.m.
Moderator: Renee Sieving, PhD, RN, FSAHM

  1. UNMET NEED FOR HIV SCREENING AMONG ADOLESCENTS WITH PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE
    • Sloane Bowman, BS, Arlene Butz, ScD, Richard Rothman, MD, PhD, Jennifer Anders, MD, Betty Johnson, RN, Maria Trent, MD, MPH
  2. THE EFFECT OF HORMONAL ADD-BACK THERAPY IN ADOLESCENTS TREATED WITH A GONADOTROPIN RELEASING HORMONE (GNRH) AGONIST FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS: A RANDOMIZED TRIAL
    • Amy D. DiVasta, MD, Henry A. Feldman, PhD, Jenny Sadler Gallagher, BA, Marc R. Laufer, MD, Mark D. Hornstein, MD, Catherine M. Gordon, MD, FSAHM
  3. EFFECTS OF A RANDOMIZED HEALTH CARE TRANSITION CARE COORDINATION INTERVENTION ON PERCEPTION OF CHRONIC ILLNESS CARE AND TRANSITION READINESS
    • Lisa K. Tuchman, MD, MPH, Robert McCarter, ScD, Ali Khan, MPH, Ilana Spitz, BA, Jennifer Gode, BSN, Lawrence D'Angelo, MD, MPH, FSAHM
  4. URBAN MINORITY YOUTH PARTICIPATION IN CLINICAL RESEARCH: TESTING THE DESIGN OF THE TECH-N TRIAL:
    • Maria E. Trent, MD, MPH, FSAHM, Shang-En Chung, ScM, Charlotte Gaydos, DrPH, Jennifer Anders, MD, FSAHM, Richard Rothman, MD, PhD, Arlene Butz, ScD, FSAHM
  5. ADULT IDENTITY MENTORING 4 TEEN MOMS (AIM4TM): ADAPTING AN EVIDENCE-BASED PREGNANCY PREVENTION PROGRAM (PROJECT AIM) TO REDUCE RAPID REPEAT PREGANCIES AND IMPROVE OUTCOMES FOR ADOLESCENT MOTHERS
    • Leslie F. Clark, DPhil, Frances Cordero, MPH, Mona Desai, MPH, Pam Drake, PhD, Irene Lim, MSW
  6. ADOLESCENT WILLINGNESS TO PARTICIPATE IN REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CLINICAL TRIALS
    • Marina Catallozzi, MD, Ariel de Roche, BS, Noé Rubén Chávez, PhD, Carmen Radecki Breitkopf, PhD, Susan L. Rosenthal, PhD
  7. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE MINDFUL AWARENESS AND RESILIENCE SKILLS FOR ADOLESCENTS (MARS-A) INTERVENTION ON ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH: A PILOT CLINICAL TRIAL
    • Dzung X. Vo, MD, Jake J. Locke, MD, Andrea Johnson, MSW, Sheila K. Marshall, PhD
  8. JUST TRAC IT!: ASSESSING A MOBILE-HEALTH (MHEALTH) INTERVENTION FOR YOUTH WITH CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITIONS AND/OR DISABILITIES (CHC/DS) TO ENCOURAGE ENGAGEMENT AND READINESS BEHAVIORS FOR TRANSITION
    • Mary Paone, MSN, Sandy R. Whitehouse, FRCPC, Dewey Evans, PhD

Poster Symposium III: Substance Use Research - (View Abstracts)

Thursday, March 19, 2015 - 2:45-4:15 p.m.
Moderator: James Hall, PhD, LCSW

  1. IS URINE THC-COOH A PROPER MARKER FOR PROBLEMATIC CANNABIS USE?
    • Richard E. Belanger, MD, François  Marclay, MA, Martial Saugy, PhD, Joan-Carles Suris, MD, MPH, PhD
  2. MEDS, MYTHS, AND MARIJUANA: ADOLESCENTS WITH CHEDS, MYTHS, AND MARIJUANA: ADOLESCENTS WITH CHRONIC ILLNESSES TALK MEDICATION MANAGEMENT
    • Erin N. Harrop, MSW, Leslie Walker, MD, Richard F. Catalano, PhD, Kevin Haggerty, PhD
  3. SCHOOL CONNECTION AS A PROTECTIVE FACTOR AGAINST PROBLEM SUBSTANCE USE AMONG STREET-INVOLVED YOUTH: A SEQUENTIAL MIXED-METHODS STUDY
    • Robert Rivers, MA, Elizabeth Saewyc, PhD, RN, FSAHM, Jim Frankish, DClinPsy, Curren Warf, MD, FSAHM
  4. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LIVING SITUATION AND SUBSTANCE USE IN AN URBAN ADOLESCENT POPULATION
    • Janet Lee, MD, Angela Diaz, MD, Christopher Ochner, PhD
  5. TRAJECTORIES OF SUBSTANCE USE FREQUENCY AMONG TEENS SEEN IN PRIMARY CARE
    • Scott Evan Hadland, MD, MPH, John R. Knight, MD, Sion K. Harris, PhD\
  6. A LOOK INTO 9TH AND 12TH GRADERS’ ACCESS TO ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES
    • Shelly Bar, MD, Maria Leia Roditis, PhD, Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, PhD, FSAHM
  7. E-CIGARETTES AS A GATEWAY TO SMOKING: WHAT DO ADOLESCENTS THEMSELVES THINK?
    • Christina Akre, MA, Joan-Carles Suris, MD, MPH, PhD
  8. PASSENGERS UNDER THE INFLUENCE: AN EXAMINATION OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF COLLEGE STUDENTS WHO RIDE WITH MARIJUANA IMPAIRED DRIVERS
    • Nikita A. Midamba, MS, Megan A. Moreno, MD, MPH

Poster Symposium VI: Transition Program Descriptions - (View abstracts)

Thursday, March 19, 2015 - 4:30-6:00 p.m.
Moderator: Kate Steinbeck, MD, PhD and Albert Hergenroeder, MD, FSAHM

  1. REACH (RAPPORT, EMPOWERMENT AND ADVOCACY THROUGH CONNECTIONS AND HEALTH)
    • Dava Szalda, MD, Symme Trachtenberg, LISW, Lawrence Brown, MD, Natalie Stollon, MPH, Caren Steinway, MPH, Jaime DiIanni, MS
  2. THE ADOLESCENT LEADERSHIP COUNCIL (TALC) OF HASBRO CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
    • Jodie L. Neukirch, MS, Jason R. Rafferty, MD, MPH, Christina Kiley Pastorello, MD, Matthew Dean Willis, MD, MPH, Cathleen Marie Adams, MD
  3. PATIENT-DELIVERED PARTNER THERAPY FOR CHLAMYDIA: RECEPTIVENESS AMONG YOUTH
    • Ashley Vandermorris, MD, Leanne Kerr, MD, Sari Kives, MD
  4. MULTIFACETED APPROACHES TO EARLY TRANSITION PREPARATION FOR FAMILIES – A CANADIAN PROGRAM
    • Joan Versnel, PhD
  5. THE MAINE ADOLESCENT COUNCIL ON TRANSITION (ACT MAINE): A RESIDENT-DRIVEN, COMMUNITY ACCESS TO CHILD HEALTH (CATCH) GRANT FUNDED PROJECT TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF HEALTH CARE TRANSITION AND BUILD RESILIENCE IN YOUTH WITH CHRONIC ILLNESS AND THEIR FAMILIES
    • Jack C. Rusley, MD, Jessica Hunt, BA, David Buzanoski, MD, Renata Arrington-Sanders, MD, MPH, Jonathan T. Fanburg, MD, MPH, Patrice Thibodeau, MD
  6. FROM IDEA TO REALITY: TRAPEZE, A SUPPORTED LEAP INTO ADULT HEALTH
    • Jane SW Ho, FRACP, Madeleine Bridgett, MSW, Lynne Brodie, RN, Katharine Steinbeck, MB, ChB, DCH, FRACP, FSAHM, Susan Towns, MBBS, FRACP, MMH, FSAHM
  7. BRIDGING THE GAP: A NEW MODEL OF TRANSITION CARE FOR YOUNG ADULTS WITH SERIOUS CHRONIC CONDITIONS
    • Rachel Bensen, MD, MPH, Dana Steidtmann, PhD, Yana Vaks, MD, Elizabeth Malcolm, MD, MSHS, Donna Zulman, MD, MS and Arnold Milstein, MD, MPH
  8. ON TRAC–TRANSITIONING RESPONSIBLY TO ADULT CARE. A COLLABORATIVE PROVINCIAL INITIATIVE TO ADDRESS TRANSITION FROM GRASS ROOTS ENGAGEMENT TO HEALTH SERVICE POLICY
    • Sandy R. Whitehouse, FRCPC, Susan J. Rabinovitz, MPH, Mary Paone, MSN, Dewey Evans, PhD



Poster Symposium V: Adolescent Health Research Works in Progress Session

Friday, March 20, 2015 - 1:15-2:45 p.m.   
Session details will be available soon
 



Poster Symposium I: Social Media Research with Adolescents - (View Abstracts)

Saturday, March 21, 2015 - 11:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. 
Moderator: Megan Moreno, MD, MSEd, MPH

  1. Early exposure to social networking service increase children’s drive for thinness
    • Noriko Sugimoto, MD, Atsushi Nishida, PhD, Rie Toriyama, MA, Shinsuke Koike, MD, PhD, Yuko Morimoto, PhD, Sho Kanata, MD, Shinya Fujikawa, MD, Mio Masaoka, MA, Satoshi Usami, PhD
  2. IT'S NOT THE INTERNET, IT'S THE WEIGHT!
    • Joan-Carles Suris, MD, MPH, PhD, Christina Akre, MA, André Berchtold, PhD, Claire Piguet, MA, Elodie Richardet, MA
  3. PRO-EATING DISORDER (PRO-ED) SOCIAL INTERACTION ON TWITTER
    • A. Alina Arseniev, BA, Laura Hooper, RD, Hedwig Lee, PhD, Tyler McCormick, PhD, Megan Moreno, MD, MPH
  4. USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA FOR RESEARCH RECRUITMENT WITH ADOLESCENT MOTHERS
    • Mimia Cynthia Logsdon, PhD, Jeff Rushton, MBA, John Myers, PhD, Jennifer Gregg, PhD, Gary Bennett, PhD
  5. SEXTING AND ADOLESCENTS: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF SEXTING AND YOUTH IN AN URBAN POPULATION
    • Julie Spencer, MD, MPH, Johanna Olson, MD, Sheree Schrager, PhD, Diane Tanaka, MD, Marvin Belzer, MD, FSAHM
  6. ASSESSING FEASIBILITY AND STRATEGIES FOR CLINICIANS TO COMMUNICATE VIA SOCIAL MEDIA WITH ADOLESCENT PATIENTS ABOUT HPV VACCINATION
    • Rebecca  Ortiz, PhD, Autumn Shafer, PhD, Joan Cates, PhD, Tamera Coyne-Beasley, MD, MPH
  7. INVESTIGATING KEY CHARACTERISTICS OF ELECTRONIC HARASSMENT INCIDENTS: A QUALITATIVE STUDY
    • Ellen Selkie, MD, MPH, Nikita Midamba, MS, Megan Moreno, MD, MPH
  8. "IT’S YOUR TWITTER, SO YOU CAN JUST SAY HOW YOU FEEL": HOW ADOLESCENTS WITH DEPRESSION AND THEIR PARENTS USE SOCIAL MEDIA
    • Ana Radovic, MD, Amber N. Blackwood, BS, Elizabeth Miller, MD, PhD
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