Lunch Seminar

We invite you to join us for lunch and an informative seminar on Thursday, March 9.

Join us to hear from James T. Eckner, assistant professor, U-M Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, about the results of his innovative pilot study to explore a potential intervention for sport concussion.  His U-M Injury Center-funded pilot study investigated the effectiveness of a supervised eight-week neck-strengthening program in high school athletes to help prevent concussion.

Free lunch wil be provided to those who register by Tuesday, March 7.

Dr. Ngo will present research originally funded as a U-M Injury Center-MICHR Postdoctoral Translation Scholar Program project, which focuses on developing an intervention to reduce dating aggression perpetration among high-risk emerging adults. This intervention in a multi-session therapeutic intervention that incorporates mindfulness and contemplative practice into more traditional CBT and Motivational Interviewing approaches and leverages technology for intervention delivery to increase access to youth living in underserved, under-resourced communities.

Join us to hear Mieko Yoshihama, PhD, Professor, School of Social Work, University of Michigan, and Richard Tolman, LMSW, PhD, Sheldon D. Rose Collegiate Professor of Social Work, School of Social Work, University of Michigan, present "Creating and Evaluating Socioculturally Relevant Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Programs Using Interactive Theater and Audience Response Assessments."

Join us to hear Steve Broglio (Kinesiology) share information on sport concussion.  A webcast option is available for those unable to attend in person.  We will send log-in informaiton prior to the event.

Complimentary lunch is provided for those who register by noon, March 8.

This event will be webcast live and archived for later access.  TO PARTICIPATE AS A LIVE WEBCAST ATTENDEE, PLEASE:

Join us to hear Maria Muzik share information about her research in the area of child maltreatment.  Register HERE.  A webcast option is available for those unable to attend in person.  We will send log-in information prior to the event.  PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT TAKES PLACE A HALF HOUR EARLIER THAN OUR USUAL START TIME.  11:30-12:30, FOR THIS DATE ONLY.

Complimentary lunch is provided for those who register by noon, February 8.

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