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College of Social Work


College of Social Work at SSWR Annual Conference

Jan. 11, 2019
Chris Woodley, cwoodley@mailbox.sc.edu

The College of Social Work will be represented by faculty, staff and Ph.D. students at the Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference in San Francisco from Jan. 16-20, 2019. See below for the list of presentations which will include College of Social Work faculty, staff and Ph.D. students. All presentations will occur at the Hilton San Francisco. Please visit our table at booth 502 for more information.

The SSWR Annual Conference features a variety of research interests, from workshops on the latest quantitative and qualitative research methodologies to symposia featuring studies in child welfare, aging, mental health, welfare reform, substance abuse and HIV/AIDS. The conference will feature more than 500 symposia, workshop, roundtable, paper and poster presentations.


Thursday, Jan. 17

Title Presenters Room Time Type of Presentation
Precarious Work Schedules and Financial Insecurity Jaeseung Kim Golden Gate 7, Lobby Level 2:30 p.m. Symposia
The Everyday Violence of Uncertainty: Refugee Perceptions of Resettlement Risk Post-2016 Election Breanne Grace Union Square 18 Tower 3, 4th Floor 2 p.m. Oral Presentation

 

Friday, Jan. 18

Title Presenters Room Time Type of Presentation
Caregiver Burden and Distress As Mediators in the Relationship between Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms in Persons with Alzheimer's Disease and Depression in Caregiver Weizhou Tang*, Sue Levkoff Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level  8-9:30 a.m. ePoster Presentations III
An Examination of Pathways from Exposure to Violence to the Perpetration of Dating Violence: The Roles of Attitudes Towards Violence and Alcohol Use Jeongsuk Kim*, Kristen Seay, Naomi Farber Union Square 14 Tower 3, 4th Floor 9 a.m. Oral Presentation
A Mixed-Method Pilot Study of a Motivational Interviewing Intervention to Prevent High School Dropout Aidyn Iachini Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level  1:45-3:15 p.m. ePoster Presentations V
Cluster Analysis of Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms in Persons with Alzheimer's Disease Weizhou Tang*, Sue Levkoff Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level  3:30-5 p.m. ePoster Presentations VI
Talking about Stigma in the Context of Dementia: A Systematic Review Trang Nguyen* Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level  3:30-5 p.m. ePoster Presentations VI
Job-Related Conditions Explain Emotional Exhaustion in Dialysis Social Workers Teri Browne Union Square 17 Tower 3, 4th Floor 4 p.m. Oral Presentation
Opioid and Other Prescription Drug Use Among Prisoners and Visiting Family Members: Analyses Using Integrated Administrative Data from Multiple Systems Dana DeHart Union Square 18 Tower 3, 4th Floor 4 p.m. Oral Presentation


Saturday, Jan. 19

Title Presenters Room  Time Type of Presentation
Racial Discrimination and Psychiatric Disorders: The Moderating Effect of Ethnic Identity Bongki Woo Union Square 25 Tower 3, 4th Floor 8 a.m. Oral Presentation
Promoting Interprofessional Collaborative Practice in Rural Communities: A Mixed Method Study Aidyn Iachini, Melissa Reitmeier, Teri Browne, 
Mariah Moran*
Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level  8-9:30 a.m. ePoster Presentations VIII
Social Capital, Civic Engagement, and the Value of Network Ties: A Latent Class Analysis Kirk Foster, Bethany Bell Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level 8-9:30 a.m. ePoster Presentations VIII
Medicaid Expands Role in Addiction Treatment after the Affordable Care Act Christina Andrews Golden Gate 7, Lobby Level  8:30 a.m. Symposia
Psychological Cost of Racial Discrimination: The Role of Residential Segregation Bongki Woo Union Square 25 Tower 3, 4th Floor 8:30 a.m. Oral Presentation
Integrating a Racial Justice Approach to Social Work to End Systemic Racial Violence Bongki Woo Union Square 21 Tower 3, 4th Floor 4-5:30 p.m. Roundtable
Barriers and Facilitators to Collecting Vital Records in the Foster Care System Kristen Seay, Amanda Stafford McRell*, Sue Levkoff Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level 4-5:30 p.m. ePoster Presentations X
Self-Rated Health Among Low-Income Households in South Korea: Does Material Hardship Matter? Jaeseung Kim Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level 4-5:30 p.m. ePoster Presentations X


Sunday, Jan. 20

Title Presenters Room Time Type of Presentation
Wonder Women in Daily Life: What Developed Vietnamese Female Caregivers' Resilience in Dementia Care? Trang Nguyen* Union Square 18 Tower 3, 4th Floor 8 a.m. Oral Presentation
Assessing Students' Mastery of Competencies in the First Semester of a MSW Program

Melissa Reitmeier, Ronald Pitner, Melissa Freedman

Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level 8-9:30 a.m. ePoster Presentations XI
Involuntary Part-Time Employment and Worker Well-Being Jaeseung Kim Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level  8-9:30 a.m. ePoster Presentations XI
Learning in Context: A Cross-Classified Multilevel Investigation of Family, School, and Neighborhood Influences on Adolescent Academic Achievement Parthenia Robinson*, Amanda Stafford McRell*, Karen Leon*, Maryah Fram, Bethany Bell Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level  8-9:30 a.m. ePoster Presentations XI
Racial Discrimination and Bicultural Identities Among Asian American Youths: The Mediating Role of Ethnic-Racial Socialization Bongki Woo Union Square 21 Tower 3, 4th Floor 8:30 a.m. Oral Presentation
Examining Situational Effects on Dating Violence in U.S. College Students Jeongsuk Kim*, Naomi Farber Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level  9:45-11:15 a.m. ePoster Presentations XII
Field Trips, Haircuts and Soccer Practice: Facilitating Social and Emotional Development of Youth in Foster Care through the Reasonable and Prudent Parenting Standard Amanda Stafford McRell*, Kristen Seay, Sue Levkoff Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level  9:45-11:15 a.m. ePoster Presentations XII
Patterns of Trauma and Their Association with Delinquency and Criminality: A Latent Class Approach

Bethany Bell, Maryah Fram

Continental Parlors 1-3, Ballroom Level 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. ePoster Presentations XIII

*Ph.D. student