Poster Symposia



Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Friday, March 11, 2016

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POSTER SYMPOSIum - ADVOCACY

Wednesday, March 9, 2016
3:00-4:30 p.m. 
Moderator: Krishna Upadhya, MD, MPH
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36.
CONNECTEEN FAMILIES: IMPROVING TEEN FAMILY CARE COORDINATION IN HENNEPIN COUNTY 
Julen N. Harris, MPH1, Emily Ruedinger, MD2, Abigail Z. Johnson, MSW3
1University of Minnesota Medical School; 2Seattle Children's Hospital/University of Washington; 3Novu, LLC
 
37.
ENGAGING FUTURE RESEARCHERS THROUGH OUTREACH 
Nikita A. Midamba, MS1, Megan Moreno, MD, MPH2
1Seattle Children's Research Institute; 2Seattle Children's Hospital
 
38.
UNACCOMPANIED MINORS: BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS TO HEALTH 
Naomi A. Schapiro, PhD, RN1, Juan Raul Gutierrez, MD, MPH2, Jasmine Leonella Gonzalez, MA3, Jessica S. Dai, BA4, Ivette Gutierrez, MA5 
1University of California, San Francisco; 2La Clinica de la Raza; 3Alameda County Health Care Services Agency; 4Oakland Unified Unified School District; 5University of California School of Nursing
 
39.
FROM CHOICE TO THE REAL WORLD: ADVOCATING FOR TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION THROUGH THE GREATER ROCHESTER LARC INITIATIVE 
Katherine Greenberg, MD, Sara Catherine Jenks, MS, Andrew Aligne, MD, MPH 
University of Rochester Medical Center
 
40.
YOUTH IN CONTEXT: PREPARING FOR LIFELONG HEALTH AND WELLNESS WITH LESSONS LEARNED IN OPENING A HIGH SCHOOL BASED HEALTH CLINIC 
Tami L. Thomas, PhD, RN, FAANP, FAAN, PhD, Raquel Vera, PhD, Ora L. Strickland, PhD, RN, FAAN, PhD 
Florida International University
 
41.
CREATING PATIENT-CENTERED QUALITY STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH CARE 
Margaret E. Rogers, PhD, RN1, Neal D. Hoffman, MD, FSAHM1, Jodi Bailey, MA1, Maia Bhirud, MPH2
1Montefiore Medical Center; 2Primary Care Development Corporation
 
42.
THE ADOLESCENT PATIENT CENTERED MEDICAL HOME INITIATIVE OF RHODE ISLAND 
Joanna Brown, MD, MPH1, Patricia Stebbins, MA2, Victoria Adewale, MSc3, Lauren Chan4, Annie Gjelsvik, PhD4, Roberta Goldman, PhD1
1Alpert Medical School of Brown University; 2Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island; 3University of Virginia School of Medicine; 4Brown University
 
43.
A RE-VISION OF THE ADOLESCENT SEXUAL HEALTH CURRICULUM:  ADVANCING YOUTH THROUGH COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE ACTION 
Kristina Kaljo, PhD, Seema Menon, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin 
 

POSTER SYMPOSIum - EATING DISORDERS

Wednesday, March 9, 2016
4:45-6:15 p.m. 
Moderator: TBA
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44.
ABNORMAL WHITE MATTER PROPERTIES IN ADOLESCENT GIRLS WITH ANOREXIA NERVOSA 
Neville H. Golden, MD, FSAHM1, Katherine Travis, DPhil1, Heidi Feldman, MD, PhD1, Murray Solomon, MD2, Jenny Nguyen, BA3, Aviv Mezer, PhD4, Jason D. Yeatman, PhD5, Robert F. Dougherty, PhD6
1Stanford University School of Medicine; 2Los Gatos MRI; 3David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; 4The Hebrew University, Jerusalem; 5Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences University of Washington; 6Center for Cognitive and Neurobiological Imaging Stanford University
 
45.
SCREENING FOR CELIAC DISEASE IN PATIENTS WITH EATING DISORDERS 
Nadia E. Saldanha, MD, Eric C. Weiselberg, MD, Martin Fisher, MD, FSAHM
North Shore-LIJ Health System Cohen Children's Medical Center
 
46.
EFFECT OF PRIOR HISTORY OF OBESITY/OVERWEIGHT ON RETURN OF MENSES IN ADOLESCENTS WITH EATING DISORDERS 
Sujatha Seetharaman, MD, MPH1, Jennifer Carlson, MD1, Neville Golden, MD, FSAHM1, Bonnie L. Halpern-Felsher, PhD, FSAHM2, Allison E. Payne, BA1, Rebecka Peebles, MD3
1Stanford University Medical Center; 2Stanford University School of Medicine; 3The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
 
47.
DIET QUALITY OF ADOLESCENTS WITH AN EATING DISORDER 
Alexis C. Santiago, MD, Jacqueline Zimmerman, MS, Ronald Feinstein, MD, Martin Fisher, MD, FSAHM
North Shore LIJ Cohen Children's Medical Center
 
48.
AVOIDANT/RESTRICTIVE FOOD INTAKE DISORDER AND ANOREXIA NERVOSA SUBTYPES: HOW DO THEY COMPARE? 
Erin H. Sieke, BA1, Sarah E. Strandjord, BS1, Miranda Richmond2, Ellen S. Rome, MD, MPH3, Arjun C. Khadilkar, MS4
1Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine; 2Cleveland Clinic Office of Civic Education Initiatives; 3Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital; 4University of Toledo College of Medicine
 
49.
ASSESSMENT OF PARENTAL KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING OF EATING DISORDERS 
Rollyn M. Ornstein, MD, FSAHM1, Amanda E. Bryson, BS2, Erik B. Lehman, MS3, Sarah Iriana, MD1 
1Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital; 2Penn State College of Medicine; 3Penn State Hershey Medical Center
 
50.
COLLEGE SCREENING PRACTICES FOR EATING DISORDERS:  A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF COLLEGE ENTRY HEALTH FORMS 
Jean Someshwar, MD1, Amala Someshwar2, Lisa Tuchman, MD, MPH1
1Childrens National Health System; 2Undergraduate student, Bryn Mawr College
 
51.
WEIGHT AND SYMPTOM OUTCOMES AT FOLLOW-UP OF YOUNG PATIENTS TREATED IN A FAMILY-CENTERED PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION PROGRAM FOR EATING DISORDERS 
Rollyn M. Ornstein, MD, FSAHM1, Johnna R. Mahoney, MS2, Erik B. Lehman, MS3
1Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital; 2Penn State College of Medicine; 3Penn State Hershey Medical Center

 

POSTER SYMPOSIA - TECHNOLOGY & INTERNET

Thursday, March 10, 2016
2:15-3:45 p.m. 
Moderator: Megan Moreno, MD, MSEd, MPH
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52.
FEASIBILITY & PERCEPTION OF CELL PHONE BASED, HEALTH RELATED COMMUNICATION WITH TEENS IN AN ECONOMICALLY DEPRESSED AREA 
Anju Sawni, MD, Crystal Cederna-Meko, Psy.D, Jenny LaChance, MS
Hurley Children's Hospital/Hurley Medical Center
 
53.
COLLEGE THROUGH THE EYES OF TWITTER: A CONTENT ANALYSIS 
Aubrey Gower, Jesse Gritton, MPH, Megan Moreno, MD, MPH 
Seattle Children's Research Institute 
 
54.
"WHY IS THIS PERSON WRITING THIS STUFF ON FACEBOOK?" FEMALE COLLEGE STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS OF SEXUAL REFERENCE DISPLAYS ON FACEBOOK 
Laura E. Burkhart, MD1, Andrea J. Hoopes, MD, MPH2, Megan Moreno, MD, MPH3
1Seattle Children's Hospital; 2University of Colorado; 3University of Washington
 
55.
A PILOT TEXT MESSAGING INTERVENTION FOR ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS RECENTLY OFF TREATMENT FOR CANCER 
Lisa A. Schwartz, PhD1, Lauren C. Daniel, PhD2, Eliana Butler, BA3, Dare Henry-Moss, BA4, Christopher Bonafide, MD1, Nadia Dowshen, MD1, Wendy Hobbie, MSN1, Leslie Kersun, MD1, Lisa Pierce, BS1, Dava Szalda, MD2, Yimei Li, PhD1, Lamia Barakat, PhD1
1The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and University of Pennsylvania; 2The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; 3The Children's Hospital; 4University of Pennsylvania- Perelman School of Medicine
 
56.
RESPONSIVENESS AND RELIABILITY: UNDERSTANDING TEXT MESSAGING COMMUNICATION IN A PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE INTERVENTION 
Bria Rice, BS1, Steven Huettner, BA2, Jamie Perrin, PhD3, Maria Trent, MD, MPH, FSAHM4 
1Howard University School of Medicine; 2Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; 3Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; 4Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
 
57.
SLEEPING WITH ONE'S CELLPHONE:  THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CELLPHONE NIGHT PLACEMENT AND SLEEP QUALITY, RELATIONSHIPS, PERCEIVED HEALTH, AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE 
Nicholas Albaugh, Dina Borzekowski, PhD 
School of Public Health, University of Maryland 
 
58.
USE OF TELEHEALTH TO TEACH HEALTHY LIFE SKILLS TO RURAL ADOLESCENT FEMALES 
Jennie L. Yoost, MD, Christina Hensley, MD, Brittany Woodall, MD
Marshall University School of Medicine 
 
59.
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN ADOLESCENTS BETWEEN SLEEP ACTIGRAPHY AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES IN THE HOME 
Andrea M. Landis, PhD, RN
University of Washington 
 

POSTER SYMPOSIum - SEXUAL HEALTH & CONTRACEPTION

Friday, March 11, 2016
9:45-11:15 a.m. 
Moderator: TBA
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60.
EXAMINING THE ROLE OF DISCORDANCE BETWEEN IDEAL AND ACTUAL MAIN SEX PARTNERS ON CONTRACEPTION USE AMONG URBAN FEMALE ADOLESCENTS 
Neha Bakhai, BS1, Krishna Upadhya, MD2, Jonathan Ellen, MD3, Pamela Matson, PhD4
1Johns Hopkins Hospital; 2Johns Hopkins Hospital Department of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine; 3All Children Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine; 4Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
 
61.
THE IMPACT OF SEXUAL COERCION ON CHANGES IN ADOLESCENT WOMEN’S RELATIONSHIP ATTRIBUTES 
Allison K. Muzzey, BA1, Devon J. Hensel, PhD2
1Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis; 2Indiana University School of Medicine
 
62.
ADOLESCENTS’ CAPACITY TO MAKE TREATMENT DECISIONS FOR BIRTH CONTROL 
Alexandra J. Edwards, BA, Rebekah L. Williams, MD, Marcia L. Shew, MD, MPH, Mary A. Ott, MD
Indiana University School of Medicine
 
63.
IMPROVING THE SEXUAL HEALTH OF YOUTH WITH MOBILITY IMPAIRMENTS 
Molly  Secor-Turner, PhD, RN1, Barbara J McMorris, PhD2, Peter B. Scal, MD, MPH2
1North Dakota State University; 2University of Minnesota
 
64.
THE IMPACT OF NEIGHBORHOOD DISADVANTAGE ON ADOLESCENT WOMEN’S ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP DEVELOPMENT 
Devon J. Hensel, PhD1, Tom Hummer, PhD1, Amanda E. Tanner, PhD2
1Indiana University School of Medicine; 2University of North Carolina- Greensboro
 
65.
ADAPTING AN EVIDENCE-BASED TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION PROGRAM FOR ADOLESCENTS WITH ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES 
Mary A. Ott, MD1, Abby Hunt, MSW2, Doug Cope-Barnes, MSW1 
1Indiana University School of Medicine; 2Health Care Education and Training, Inc.
 
66.
CREATING ENVIRONMENTS TO INCREASE ACCESS TO CONTRACEPTION FOR YOUTH IN FOSTER CARE 
Katie L. Plax, MD, Radhika Jain, BS, Gaurav N. Kaushik, MD, MPH, Katie Plax, MD
Washington University in St Louis 
 
67.
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE NEIGHBORHOODS YOU LIVE IN AND SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH IN BALTIMORE, MD 
Hannah Lantos, MA
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health