Platform Research Presentations


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




 

Platform Research Presentations II: Sexual Health - (view abstracts of each presentation)

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 - 2:15 - 3:45 p.m.
Moderator: Pam Matson, PhD, MPH

  1. QUALITY OF SEXUAL & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE RECEIPT AMONG YOUNG MALES AGED 15-24
    • Arik V. Marcell, MD, MPH, Nanlesta  Pilgrim, PhD, Jacky  Jennings, PhD, Shalynn Howard, MA, Freya Sonenstein, PhD, FSAHM, Renata Sanders, MD, MPH, Kathleen Page, MD, Patricia Dittus, PhD, Penny Loosier, PhD
  2. ABORTION CONFLICT AS A PREDICTOR OF LIFETIME ABORTION AND MULTIPLE ABORTIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND REPRODUCTIVE COERCION
    • Heather L. McCauley, ScD, Jay G. Silverman, PhD, Michele R. Decker, ScD, Daniel J. Tancredi, PhD, Elizabeth Miller, MD, PhD
  3. CONCURRENT CONTRACEPTIVE PROVISION TO ADOLESCENT FEMALES PRESCRIBED TERATOGENS IN PEDIATRIC CARE
    • Stephani L. Stancil, FNP-BC, Melissa Miller, MD, Holley Briggs, BA, Gregory L. Kearns, PhD
  4. PROMOTING ADOLESCENT AND YOUNG ADULT MALE CONTRACEPTIVE KNOWLEDGE: CAN HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
    • Molly Richards, MD, Marissa Peters, MPH, Jeanelle Sheeder, PhD, Paritosh Kaul, MD, FSAHM
  5. DAILY EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL INTERACTIONS IN YOUNG MEN’S AND YOUNG WOMEN’S SINGLE- AND MULTIPLE-PARTNER RELATIONSHIPS
    • Devon J. Hensel, PhD, Amanda E. Tanner, PhD
  6. EVENT-LEVEL ATTRIBUTES OF YOUNG WOMEN’S FIRST AND SUBSEQUENT NON-COITAL SEXUAL BEHAVIORS
    • Amanda E. Tanner, PhD, Devon J. Hensel, PhD


Platform Research Presentations I: New Investigators - (view abstracts of each presentation)

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 - 4:15 - 5:45 p.m.

Moderator: TBA

  1. THE YOUNG ADULT PERSPECTIVE ON HEALTH INSURANCE
    • Charlene A. Wong, MD, David A. Asch, MD, Cjloe M. Vinoya, BS, Carol A. Ford, MD, FSAHM, Tom  Baker, JD, Robert Town, PhD, Raina M. Merchant, MD
  2. SUICIDE ATTEMPTS IN RELATION TO CHILDHOOD MALTREATMENT AMONG STREET YOUTH: A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY
    • Scott Evan Hadland, MD, MPH, Kora DeBeck, PhD, Huiru Dong, MS, Brandon D. Marshall, PhD, Thomas Kerr, PhD, Julio S. Montaner, MD, Evan Wood, MD, PhD
  3. CONTRACEPTIVE USE AMONG EMERGING ADULT COLLEGE WOMEN: RESULTS FROM A NATIONAL SURVEY
    • Leslie F. Morrison, PhD, RN, Renee E. Sieving, PhD, RN, FSAHM, Sandra L. Pettingell, PhD, Linda H. Bearinger, PhD, RN, FSAHM, Wendy L. Hellerstedt, PhD, Barbara J. McMorris, PhD
  4. EAST AFRICAN IMMIGRANT FEMALES AND TRANSITIONS IN IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT: UNDERSTANDING DEVELOPMENTAL PROTECTIVE AND RISK FACTORS IN ADOLESCENCE
    • Emily K. Green, BS, Susan Kools, PhD, RN, Catherine Chesla, PhD, RN
  5. SELF-RATED HEALTH IN DISPARITIES RESEARCH: CONSTRUCT VALIDITY OF SRH ACROSS RACIAL/ETHNIC GROUPS AND IMMIGRANT GENERATIONS AMONG U.S. ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS
    • Chenoa D. Allen, MS, Clea A. McNeely, DrPH


 

Platform Research Presentations III: LGBT & Health Disparities - (view abstracts of each presentation)

Thursday, March 19, 2015 - 2:45 - 4:15 p.m.

Moderator: Errol Fields, MD, PhD, MPH

  1. IMPACT OF PARTICIPATING IN QUALITATIVE RESEARCH ON YOUNG BLACK MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN
    • Renata Arrington-Sanders, MD, MPH, Thu (Ann) Dao, BS, Jessica Oidtman, BS, Anthony Morgan, Margaret Moon, MD, MPH, J. Dennis Fortenberry, MD, Mary Ott, MD
  2. INTERSECTING IDENTITIES IN BLACK GAY AND BISEXUAL YOUNG MEN: A POTENTIAL FRAMEWORK FOR HIV RISK
    • Renata Arrington-Sanders, MD, MPH, Jessica Oidtman, BS, Anthony Morgan, Gary Harper, PhD, Maria Trent, MD, MPH, FSAHM, J. Dennis Fortenberry, MD
  3. ECOLOGICAL DISPARITIES AS PREDICTORS OF TRANSITION READINESS/SELF-MANAGEMENT AMONG YOUNG ADULTS WITH CHRONIC CONDITIONS
    • Karina S. Javalkar, Meredith Johnson, MPH, Sarah Cohen, BA, Sofia Ocegueda, Maria Ferris, MD, MPH, PhD
  4. LENGTH OF BREASTFEEDING IN INFANCY AND BODY MASS INDEX IN ADULTHOOD: A COMPARISON OF AMERICAN INDIANS/ALASKA NATIVES AND NON-HISPANIC WHITES
    • Anna E. Zamora-Kapoor, PhD, Adam Omidpanah, MS, Dedra Buchwald, MD, Alice Kuo, MD, Raymond Harris, PhD, Lonnie Nelson, PhD
  5. A HOME OF ONE’S OWN: FORMERLY HOMELESS YOUTH’S EXPERIENCES OF TRANSITION INTO PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING
    • Sarah Brothers, BA, Jeffrey Schonberg, PhD, Jessica Lin, MPH, Deborah Karasek, MPH, Colette Auerswald, MD, FSAHM
  6. VULNERABLE BULLIES: PERPETRATION OF PEER HARASSMENT IN YOUTH ACROSS SEXUAL ORIENTATION, WEIGHT AND DISABILITY STATUS
    • Marla E. Eisenberg, ScD, Amy Gower, PhD, Barbara McMorris, PhD, Michaela Bucchianeri, PhD


 

Platform Research Presentations V: STIs & HIV - (View abstracts of each presentation)

Thursday, March 19, 2015 - 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Moderator: Marina Catallozzi, MD
  1. PARENTAL NOTIFICATION FOLLOWING DIAGNOSIS OF PID IN URBAN ADOLESCENT YOUNG ADULTS
    • Cara Buchanan, BA, Shang-en Chung, ScM, Arlene Butz, RN, Jennifer Anders, MD, Richard Rothman, MD, MPH, Maria Trent, MD, MPH, FSAHM
  2. ADOLESCENT SELF-CONSENT FOR BIOMEDICAL HIV PREVENTION RESEARCH: IMPLICATIONS FOR PROTOCOL APPROVAL AND IMPLEMENTATION
    • Amy Lewis Gilbert, JD, Amy S. Knopf, PhD, J. Dennis Fortenberry, MD, Bill G. Kapogiannis, MD, Sybil Hosek, PhD, Gregory D. Zimet, PhD, FSAHM
  3. HPV VACCINE RISK PERCEPTIONS AND SUBSEQUENT SEXUAL BEHAVIORS AND SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS AMONG ADOLESCENT GIRLS
    • Tanya L. Kowalczyk Mullins, MD, Lili Ding, PhD, Bin Huang, PhD, Jessica A. Kahn, MD, MPH
  4. DISSEMINATION STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE HPV VACCINATION AMONG PRETEEN BOYS: EMBRACING THE TRANSITION TO ADOLESCENCE THROUGH THREE-WAY CONVERSATIONS AMONG PROVIDER, PARENT AND PRETEEN
    • Joan R. Cates, PhD, Sandra J. Diehl, MPH, FSAHM, Jamie L. Crandell, PhD, Tamera Coyne-Beasley, MD, MPH, FSAHM
  5. CAMP INSIDE OUT: A NOVEL APPROACH TO HIV/STI AND PREGNANCY PREVENTION IN FOSTER YOUTH
    • Kym Renee Ahrens, MD, MPH, Stefanie Sugar, DClinPsy, Mavis M. Bonnar, BA, Alexis Coatney, BA
  6. A VIDEOGAME INCREASES HIV RISK-RELATED KNOWLEDGE IN ADOLESCENTS
    • Kimberly Hieftje, PhD, Lynn Fiellin, MD

Platform Research Presentations VI: Health Promotion & Transition - (View abstracts of each presentation)

Friday, March 20, 2015- 1:15 p.m.- 2:45p.m.
Moderator: Kate Steinbeck, MD, PhD
  1. TRANSITIONING ADOLESCENTS WITH HIV TO ADULT CARE: EXAMINING PROCESSES AT TWELVE ADOLESCENT MEDICINE CLINICS
    • Amanda E. Tanner, PhD, Morgan M. Philbin, PhD, Anna DuVal, MPH, Jonathan Ellen, MD, Bill Kapogiannis, MD, J. Dennis Fortenberry, MD
  2. MEDICAL HOMES FOR DETAINED YOUTH
    • Rebecca Monk Beyda, MD, Titilola B. Balogun, MPH, Nicole Trojan, MS, Mona A. Eissa, MD, MPH, PhD
  3. COST AND HEALTH CARE UTILIZATION FOR ADOLESCENT AND YOUNG ADULT PATIENTS WITH SPECIAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS ONE YEAR BEFORE AND ONE YEAR AFTER ENROLLMENT INTO A RANDOMIZED HEALTH CARE TRANSITION CARE COORDINATION TRIAL
    • Lisa Tuchman, MD, MPH, Lawrence D'Angelo, MD, MPH, FSAHM, Rhonique Harris, MD, MHA, Robert McCarter, ScD
  4. LET’S GET MOTIVATED!: IDENTIFYING WHAT FACILITATES YOUTH’S MOTIVATION FOR LEARNING ABOUT HEALTH SELF-MANAGEMENT
    • Kiana R. Johnson, PhD, Peter Scal, MD, MPH 
  5. A SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAM TO PROMOTE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AMONG YOUNG ADOLESCENTS IN HONG KONG
    • Anisha Abraham, MD, MPH, FAAP, FABP, Albert Lee, MD, MPH, Edmund Anthony S. Nelson, MD, Janice SK Yue, MPH, Stella WC Chow, MPH
  6. DOES A MOTIVATIONAL LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION (THE HEALTHY EATING AND LIFESTYLE PROGRAMME – HELP) WORK FOR OBESE YOUNG PEOPLE
    • Deborah Christie, PhD, FSAHM, Lee D. Hudson, MBChB, Sanjay Kinra, MD, PhD, Irwin Nazareth, MBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP, PhD, Rebecca Holt, MSc, DClinPsy, Anthony Kessel, MBBS, MPhil, MSc, MD, Ian Wong, MSc, PhD, Tim Cole, PhD, ScD, Steve Morris, MSc, PhD, Silvia Costa, PhD, Russell M. Viner, MD, PhD


Platform Research Presentations IV: Mental Health & Eating Disorders - (View abstracts from each presentation)

Saturday, March 21, 2015 - 11:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Moderator: Beth Auslander, PhD

  1. ADOLESCENT DISORDERED EATING BEHAVIORS AND ATTITUDES IN A LOW-MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRY
    • Abigail N. Harrison, MBBS, Caryl James, PhD, Michelle Williams, MBBS, Alex Gardner, BS, Stephanie Clato-Day Scarlett, MBBS, Susan M. Chang, PhD
  2. ADOLESCENTS WITH HIGHER HISTORICAL WEIGHTS PRESENT WITH GREATER WEIGHT LOSS AND LOWER HEART RATE UPON HOSPITALIZATION FOR ANOREXIA NERVOSA
    • Andrea K. Garber, PhD, Danielle L. Lee, BS, Kelly A. Benedict, MD, Sara Buckelew, MD, MPH, Barbara Moscicki, MD
  3. THE ASSOCIATION OF REFEEDING CALORIE LEVEL AND RECOVERY OVER ONE-YEAR FOLLOW-UP IN ADOLESCENTS WITH ANOREXIA NERVOSA
    • Andrea K. Garber, PhD, Joan F. Hilton, ScD, Micaela T. Scarpulla, MS, Sara M. Buckelew, MD, MPH, Anna-Barbara Moscicki, MD
  4. AN INTERVENTION FOR LOW-INCOME ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS IN EMPLOYMENT TRAINING PROGRAMS REDUCES DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AND IMPROVES COPING STRATEGIES
    • Darius Tandon, PhD, Amanda Latimore, PhD, Freya Sonenstein, PhD
  5. IMPACT OF VIOLENCE RISK ON ADOLESCENT PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH
    • Eric J. Sigel, MD, Amanda Ladika, BS
  6. CAN POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION IN YOUTH HEALTH FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS IMPROVE THE HEALTH OUTCOMES OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS?
    • Simon Denny, MD, MPH, PhD, Bridget Farrant, MD, MPH

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