Platform Research Presentations

 

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Friday, March 11, 2016

 

PLATFORM RESEARCH PRESENTATION - LGBTQ  

Moderator: Errol L. Fields, MD, MPH, PhD

1.
EMBRACING THE RAINBOW: LGBTQ YOUTH NAVIGATING “SAFE” SPACES AND BELONGING IN NORTH AMERICA
Jennifer M. Wolowic, MA1, Laura Heston, MA2, Elizabeth Saewyc, PhD, FSAHM1, Carolyn Porta, PhD3, Marla Eisenberg, ScD3
1University of British Columbia; 2University of Massechusettes- Amherst; 3University of Minnesota

2.
NONCONFORMING GENDER EXPRESSION IS A PREDICTOR OF BULLYING AND VIOLENCE VICTIMIZATION AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN FOUR U.S. SCHOOL DISTRICTS
Allegra R. Gordon, ScD1, Kerith J. Conron, ScD2, Jerel P. Calzo, PhD3, Sari L. Reisner, ScD4, Sydney Bryn Austin, ScD
1Boston Children's Hospital; 2The Fenway Institute; 3Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School; 4Boston Children's Hospital and The Fenway Institute; 5Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
 
3.
PARENTAL MONITORING OVER TIME BETWEEN HETEROSEXUAL AND SEXUAL MINORITY FEMALES

Gerald T. Montano, DO1, Heather L. McCauley, ScD1, Elizabeth Miller, MD, PhD1, Deena J. Chisolm, PhD2, Michael P. Marshal, PhD3
1University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; 2The Ohio State University College of Medicine; 3University of Pittsburgh
 
4.
HEALTH CONCERNS IDENTIFIED BY TRANSGENDER YOUTH AND THEIR CAREGIVERS UPON PRESENTATION TO A TRANSGENDER CLINIC 
Shauna M. Lawlis, MD, Hillary Restle, MHA, Justin Bates, MA, Lee Ann E. Conard, DO, FSAHM
Cincinnati Children's Hospital 
 
5.
BULLYING VICTIMIZATION AND EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING:  IS THERE STRENGTH IN NUMBERS FOR VULNERABLE YOUTH? 
Marla Eisenberg, ScD, Barbara J. McMorris, PhD, Debanjana Chatterjee, PhD, Amy L. Gower, PhD, 
University of Minnesota 
 
6.
UNDERSTANDING BARRIERS TO HEALTHCARE FOR TRANSGENDER YOUTH 
David J. Breland, MD, MPH1, Julia M. Crouch, MPH2, Yolanda Evans, MD, MPH3
Samantha J. Gridley, BA4, Whitney Eng, MD5, Emily A. Antoon, MD6, Melissa E. Lyapustina, BSN7, Allison Schimmel-Bristow, BA8, Jake A. Woodward9, Kelly MW Dundon,MD5, Carolyn A. McCarty, PhD5, Kym R. Ahrens, MD, MPH6
1University of Washington/Seattle Children’s Hospital and Research Institute; 2Seattle Children's Research Institute; 3University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle Children's Hospital; 4Vanderbilt University School of Medicine; 5University of Washington, Seattle Children's Hospital; 6Seattle Children's Hospital; 7University of Washington School of Nursing; 8Loyola University Maryland; 9Carleton College
 

PLATFORM research PRESENTATION - SEXUAL HEALTH AND VIOLENCE

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Moderator: Barbara McMorris, PhD
 
7.
STIGMA AND THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT OF ADOLESCENT SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH IN GHANA: UNDERSTANDING "BAD GIRL" 
Kelli Stidham Hall, PhD1, Abubakar Manu, PhD2, Emmanuel Morhe, MD3, Sneha Challa, MPH4, Dana Loll, MPH4, Jessica Dozier4, Melissa Zochowski, MBA4, Andrew Boakye, MPH5, Lisa Harris, MD, PhD4, Richard Adanu, MD2, Vanessa Dalton, MD, MPH4
1Emory University; 2University of Ghana; 3Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology; 4University of Michigan; 5Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital
 
8.
OVER-THE-COUNTER EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION FOR ALL AGES: HOW HAS RECENT POLICY CHANGE INFLUENCED ADOLESCENT PROVIDERS’ PRACTICE? 
Amber I. Truehart, MD, Lee A. Hasselbacher, JD, Camille Fabiyi, PhD, Melissa Gilliam, MD, MPH
The University of Chicago 
 

9.
"A COMMUNITY BASED PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH (CBPR) JOURNEY BRINGING CULTURE AND FAMILY TO THE CENTER OF AN INTERVENTION TO PROMOTE POSITIVE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH: THE ENCUENTRO PROJECT"

Maria Veronica Svetaz, MD, MPH, FSAHM1, Renne  Sieving, PhD, FSAHM2, Michele  Allen, MD2, Rosemary Rodriguez Hager, BA3, Kara J. Beckman, MA2, Adriana Galvan, BA4, Marina Castillo, MA5
1HCMC, U of MN; 2University of Minnesota; 3Minnesota Department of Health; 4Guadalupe Alternative Programs; 5Guadalupe Alternative Project

10.
LONG-ACTING REVERSIBLE CONTRACEPTION (LARC) AND CONDOM USE AMONG FEMALE U.S. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR STI PREVENTION IN THE CONTEXT OF ADOLESCENT LARC SCALE-UP 

Riley J. Steiner, MPH1, Nicole Liddon, PhD1, Andrea L. Swartzendruber, PhD2, Catherine N. Rasberry, PhD1, Jessica M. Sales, PhD2
1Division of Adolescent and School Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 2Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University

11.
MODIFIABLE NEIGHBORHOOD FEATURES RELATED TO ADOLESCENT HOMICIDE 
Alison J. Culyba, MD, MPH1, Sara Jacoby, PhD, RN2, Therese S. Richmond, PhD, RN3, Joel A. Fein, MD, MPH1, Bernadette C. Hohl, PhD4, Charles C. Branas, PhD2
1The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; 2The University of Pennsylvania; 3School of Nursing, The University of Pennsylvania; 4Rutgers University

12.
TEEN PERSPECTIVES ON PROTECTING YOUTH FROM VIOLENCE AND TEEN PREGNANCY IN AN AGRICULTURAL LATINO COMMUNITY 
Marissa Raymond-Flesch, MD, MPH1, Colette Auerswald, MD, FSAHM2, Linda McGlone, MPH3, Alexandra Minnis, PhD4
1University of California San Francisco; 2University of California Berkeley; 3Monterey County Health Department; 4Research Triangle Institute International
 

PLATFORM RESEARCH PRESENTATION - STIS

Moderator: Carolyn Halpern, PhD


13.
INCLUSION OF MINORS IN CLINICAL TRIALS FOR PREVENTION OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS: A REVIEW OF EXISTING REGISTERED STUDIES 
Lily F. Hoffman, MA, Marina Catallozzi, MD, Neferterneken K. Francis, MA, Lawrence R. Stanberry, MD, PhD, Susan L. Rosenthal, PhD 
Columbia University- College of Physicians & Surgeons 
 
14.
ADDING TO THE HIV PREVENTION PORTFOLIO: THE ACHIEVEMENT OF STRUCTURAL CHANGES BY COALITIONS TARGETING TO REDUCE HIV RISK IN ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS THROUGH COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION IN URBAN AREAS ACROSS THE US AND PUERTO RICO 
Kate S. Chutuape, MPH1, Adaline Z. Muyeed, PhD2, Nancy Willard, MS3, Lauren B. Greenberg, MPH2, Jonathan Ellen, MD3
1Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine; 2Westat; 3Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
 
15.
RE-FOCUSING HIV PREVENTION MESSAGES: A QUALITATIVE STUDY IN RURAL UGANDA 
Sanyukta Mathur, DrPH1, Dina L. Romo, MD2, Mariko Rasmussen, MPH3, Neema Nakyanjo, MA4, Fred Nalugoda, PhD4, John S. Santelli, MD, MPH, FSAHM
1Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health; 2Columbia University Medical Center; 3Columbia University School of Public Health; 4Rakai Health Sciences Program

16.
EPIDEMIOLOGIC IMPACT OF HPV VACCINATION AND EVIDENCE FOR HERD IMMUNITY OVER THE FIRST 8 YEARS AFTER VACCINE INTRODUCTION IN A COMMUNITY 
Lea E. Widdice, MD1, Lili Ding, PhD1, David I. Bernstein, MD1, Darron R. Brown, MD, MPH2, Eduardo L. Franco, DrPH3, Bin Huang, PhD1, Jessica A. Kahn, MD, MPH
1Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center; 2Indiana University School of Medicine; 3McGill University
 
17.
SELF-DISCLOSURE OF HIV-STATUS AMONGST HIV INFECTED ADOLESCENTS IN WESTERN KENYA 

Hilary T. Wolf, MD1, Patricia  Ong'wen, MD, MPH2, Matthew E. Levy, BS3, Maureen E. Lyon, PhD, FSAHM4, Lawrence J. D'Angelo, MD, FSAHM4, Zachary Kwena, PhD2, Craig R. Cohen, MD, MPH5
1Georgetown University Medical Center; 2Kenya Medical Research Institute; 3George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health; 4Children's National Medical Center; 5University California San Francisco

18.
EFFECTIVENESS, IMMUNOGENICITY, AND SAFETY OF GARDASILTM IN PRE-ADOLESCENTS AND ADOLESCENTS – 10 YEARS OF FOLLOW-UP
Rituparna Das, M.D., PhD
Merck Research Laboratories
 
 

PLATFORM RESEARCH PRESENTATION - EATING DISORDERS AND SUBSTANCE USE

Moderator: Michele Allen, MD, MS
 

19.
BONE DENSITY BY PERIPHERAL QUANTITATIVE COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY AND DUAL-ENERGY X-RAY ABSORPTIOMETRY IN ADOLESCENT GIRLS WITH ANOREXIA NERVOSA 

Amy D. DiVasta, MD1, Henry A. Feldman, PhD1, Jennifer M. O'Donnell, BA2, Jin Long, PhD3, Mary Leonard, MD3, Catherine M. Gordon, MD, FSAHM4
1Boston Children's Hospital; 2Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; 3Stanford University School of Medicine; 4Cincinatti Children's Hospital Medical Center

20.
ASSESSMENT OF SEX DIFFERENCES IN BONE DEFICITS AMONG ADOLESCENTS WITH ANOREXIA NERVOSA
 Jason M. Nagata, MD1, Neville H. Golden, MD, FSAHM1, Rebecka Peebles, MD2, Laura K. Bachrach, MD1, Jin Long, PhD1, Audrey O. Chang, BA1, Jennifer L. Carlson, MD1
1Stanford University; 2The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
 
21.
WHAT, WHEN, AND WHERE: MEASURES OF ADOLESCENT SNACKING BEHAVIORS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH DIETARY INTAKE AND WEIGHT STATUS
Nicole Larson, PhD1, Jonathan Miller, MS1, Allison Watts, PhD1, Mary Story, PhD2, Dianne Neumark-Sztainer, PhD
1University of Minnesota; 2Duke University
 

22.
NOVEL MEASURES OF CARDIAC FUNCTION IN CHILDREN DIAGNOSED WITH EATING DISORDERS: A TWO-DIMENSIONAL SPECKLE TRACKING ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY STUDY 

Reshmi Stella Morris, MD1, Aparna Prasad, MD1, Joseph Asaro, DO1, Marla Guzman, MD1, Phillip Thaler Levy, MD2
1Goryeb Children's Hospital; 2Midatlantic Neonatology Associates, Goryeb Children's Hospital

23.
EXPERIENCE OF ABUSE, HOUSEHOLD DYSFUNCTION, AND EARLY USE OF ALCOHOL AND MARIJUANA AMONG MINNESOTA YOUTH: THE MODERATING ROLE OF INTERNAL ASSETS 

Debanjana Chatterjee, PhD1, Barbara McMorris, PhD2, Amy Gower, PhD1, Marla Eisenberg, ScD
1University of Minnesota-Twin Cities; 2University of Minnesota
 

24.
SIMULTANEOUS EXPOSURE TO ALCOHOL USE AND ALCOHOL INTERACTIVE MEDICATIONS AMONG ADOLESCENTS WITH A CHRONIC MEDICAL CONDITION AND ASSOCIATIONS WITH KNOWLEDGE: FINDINGS FROM A MULTI-CLINIC STUDY WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR CLINICAL PREVENTIVE SERVICES 

Elissa R. Weitzman, ScD1, Qian Huang, MS2, Sharon Levy, MD, MPH2
1Boston Children's Hospital | Harvard Medical School; 2Boston Children's Hospital

 

PLATFORM RESEARCH PRESENTATION - NEW INVESTIGATORS

Moderator: Greg Zimet, PhD, FSAHM

25.
ALCOHOL POLICIES AND MOTOR VEHICLE INJURY FATALITIES AMONG UNDERAGE YOUTH IN THE UNITED STATES 
Scott Evan Hadland, MD, MPH1, Ziming Xuan, ScD1, Jason Blachette, MPH1, Vishnudas Sarda, MPH2, Monica H. Swahn, PhD3, Timothy C. Heeren, PhD4, Timothy S. Naimi, MD, MPH5
1Boston Children's Hospital / Harvard Medical School; 2Boston Children's Hospital; 3Georgia State University; 4Boston University School of Public Health; 5Boston Medical Center
 
26.
THE ROLE OF SOCIAL CONTEXT AND FUTURE ORIENTATION IN ADOLESCENT ALCOHOL AND MARIJUANA USE AND INTENTIONS: EXPANDING THE REASONED ACTION MODEL 
Sarah A. Stoddard, PhD, FSAHM1, Jennifer Pierce, MA2
1University of Michigan; 2Wayne State University
 
27.
EXPECTANCY AND ACHIEVEMENT GAPS IN EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND SUBSEQUENT ADVERSE HEALTH EFFECTS AMONG ADOLESCENTS WITH AND WITHOUT CHRONIC MEDICAL CONDITIONS 
Lauren E. Wisk, PhD, Elissa R. Weitzman, ScD 
Harvard Medical School and Boston Children's Hospital 
 
28.
SOURCES, TYPE AND USE OF SOCIAL SUPPORT DURING EARLY SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT OF BLACK GAY AND BISEXUAL ADOLESCENT MALES 
Ahmed  Saleh, MPH1, Anthony  Morgan2, Renata Arrington-Sanders, MD, MPH3
1Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar; 2Johns Hopkins University; 3Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
 

29.
A SNAPSHOT OF THE SEXUAL EXPERIENCES OF BISEXUAL BLACK ADOLESCENT MALES OVER 1 YEAR
Brianna Saunders1, Anthony Morgan2, Gary Harper, PhD3, Renata Sanders, MD, MPH2
1Johns Hopkins School of Public Health; 2Johns Hopkins University; 3University of Michigan School of Public Health

 

PLATFORM RESEARCH PRESENTATION - TECHNOLOGY AND CHRONIC ILLNESS

Moderator: Kate Steinbeck, MD, PhD

30.
THE ROLE OF THE PHARMACIST IN THE SUPPORT OF YOUNG PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC ILLNESS, THROUGH THE EXEMPLAR OF JUVENILE ARTHRITIS 
Nicola J. Gray, PhD, FSAHM1, Janet E. McDonagh, MD2, Catrin Barker, MSc3, Jonathan Burton, BS4, Roisin Campbell, BS5, Julie Prescott, PhD6, Karen L. Shaw, PhD7, Felicity J. Smith, PhD8, David Terry, PhD9
1Green Line Consulting Limited; 2University of Manchester; 3Alder Hey Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust; 4Right Medicine Pharmacy; 5Musgrave Park Hospital; 6University of Bolton; 7University of Birmingham; 8UCL School of Pharmacy; 9Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
 
31.
UNDERSTANDING ADOLESCENT SOCIAL MEDIA USE:  ASSOCIATION WITH SEXUAL RISK AND PARENTAL MONITORING FACTORS THAT CAN INFLUENCE PROTECTION 
Dina L. Romo, MD1, Chelsea Garnett, MD2, Alayna P. Younger, MPH3, Karen Soren, MD, FSAHM1, Melissa S. Stockwell, MD, MPH1, Marina Catallozzi, MD1, Natalie Neu, MD, MPH
1Columbia University Medical Center; 2Children's Hospital of Los Angeles; 3Columbia, University Mailman School of Public Health
 
32.
CHILDREN’S AT HOME:  DEDICATED SOCIAL MEDIA FOR PARENTS OF ADOLESCENTS WITH NEUROFIBROMATOSIS TYPE 1 
Christina Akre, MA1, Nicole NJ Ullrich, MD, PhD2, Julie Polvinen, BA3, Michael Rich, MD, MPH, FSAHM2
1Boston Children's Hospital AND Lausanne University Hospital; 2Boston Children's Hospital; 3Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Public Health
 
33.
INCREASING PATIENT PORTAL USAGE: OUTCOMES FROM THE MYCHART GENIUS PILOT PROJECT 
Erin Lanzo, MA1, Alexandra Taeger, MBBS2, Hattie Huston-Paterson, BA3, Kathy Tomaszewski, BSN4, Maria Trent, MD, MPH, FSAHM5
1University of Maryland School of Medicine; 2Roxburghe House, Dundee; 3Perelman School of Medicine University of Pennsylvania; 4Johns Hopkins Hospital; 5Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
 
34.
BANKING THE FUTURE: ADOLESCENT CAPACITY TO CONSENT TO BIOBANK RESEARCH 
Kyle A. McGregor, MSW, Alexa Lahren, Mary A. Ott, MD
Indiana University School of Medicine
 
35.
DEVELOPMENT OF THE LOCATION INITIATED INDIVIDUALIZED TEXTS FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN ADOLESCENT HEALTH (LIITA3H) MOBILE APPLICATION 
Susan J. Woolford, MD, MPH1, Jon Moon, PhD2
1University of Michigan; 2MEI Research Ltd
 

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