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Upcoming CHPDP Presentations

March 23: 14th Annual Cesar E. Chavez Behavioral Health Conference

Dr. Felipe Castro will be presenting his workshop titled Culturally-Relevant Adaptations of Type 2 Diabetes Self-Care for Latinos/as in Glendale, Arizona on the ASU West Campus. 

April 11: 39th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine in New Orleans

Dr. Rodney Joseph will be presenting his research (poster) titled "Development of Smart Walk: A Culturally Relevant Smartphone-based Physical Activity Program for African American Women" in the Churchill Ballroom of the Hilton New Orleans Riverside from 6:00-7:00 pm.

Dr. Erica Soltero will be presenting research citation abstract titled "Assessing Activity Across the 24-Hour Day in Obese Latino Youth at Risk for Diabetes" in the Churchill Ballroom of the Hilton New Orleans Riverside from 6:00-7:00 pm. Her submission will be presented on Friday, April 13 from 4:00 PM to 4:15 PM in Salon 3/6 at the Society of Behavioral Medicine's 39th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside conference hotel in New Orleans, LA.

Dr. Erica Soltero will be participating in a panel discussion titled "Can health equity & social justice ideals be achieved in translational research? Reaching people experiencing marginalization" and has an oral presentation titled "Assessing Activity Across the 24-Hour Day in Obese Latino Youth at Risk for Diabetes."

June 3-6: the ISBNPA 2018 Annual Meeting in Hong Kong, China

Dr. Rebecca E. Lee's abstract titled “Sustainability via Active Garden Education (SAGE): Enhancing the social return on investment from school programming” was accepted as part of a symposium: Beyond School Walls: Students as change agents for health behaviours of peers, family, and the community. 

August 9-12: American Psychological Association Annual Convention in San Francisco

Dr. Kelly Cue Davis will present "Young women's sexual victimization, condom use resistance, and "stealthing" experiences." Poster to be presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association.