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Message ID: 10599
Date: 2019-03-11

Author:Runyan, Desmond Kimo

Subject:FW: Register Now! Kempe Interdisciplinary Summer Research Institute

Please share. This is a 1 week intensive course supported by an NICHD R25. Our targets are 1) social science graduate students who don’t yet know that they are to become child maltreatment researchers and need an intro to the data issues, ethics issues and field of child abuse; 2) clinicians who know about child abuse but don’t have the research skills they need to do child abuse research, and 3) knowledgeable grad students and clinicians who need some core training on prevention, evaluation, or dissemination research. We have scholarships for under-represented minorities but the costs for others are very low if one is not seeking graduate school credit form the Colorado School of Public Health. Regards, Des You don't want to miss this. Kempe Interdisciplinary Summer Research Institute August 5 - 9, 2019 Anschutz Medical Campus | University of Colorado Aurora, Colorado LIMITED NUMBER OF SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE! Spearheaded by Des Runyan, John Fluke and Carol Runyan, The Kempe Center has developed a graduate level intensive summer session in child abuse research in order to expand the numbers of researchers working in this field and better prepare these researchers to apply for NIH and other support for their work. We look forward to hosting participants from across the nation from graduate schools in social work, psychology, sociology and public health as well as child abuse pediatrics fellows. Please see below for a list of this year's available courses. For any questions contact: kempesummerinstitute@gmail.com COURSE 1: Fundamentals of Clinical and Epidemiological Research A course for child abuse professionals new to research This intensive course is designed for trained clinicians (e.g., pediatric fellows in child abuse) who are interested in learning basic research skills to enable them to develop research on child maltreatment. COURSE 2: Challenges & Opportunities in Child Maltreatment Research This intensive course is designed for trained researchers from multiple disciplines (e.g., public health, social work, behavioral. and social sciences) who are interested in applying their disciplinary expertise to examining topics related to child abuse working. The course content does not assume that participants bring experience in carrying out research in the child maltreatment domain. It will provide basic background on the child abuse problem from multiple perspectives and facilitate cross-disciplinary exploration of controversies and related unanswered research questions, drawing on the recent IOM report and published calls for research. COURSE 3: Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Research and Evaluation through a Public Health Lens Exploring Issues of Design, Implementation, & Evaluation The course will introduce participants to key concepts underlying prevention of child abuse and neglect from a public health perspective. The course will include a focus on principles of public health research and practice applied to Child Abuse and Neglect (CA&N) prevention as well as address different aspects of prevention research and evaluation (e.g., policy studies, intervention trials, and program evaluation) with examples from the child abuse and neglect literature. Through readings, lectures, and class discussions, participants will learn about and practice developing conceptual models and logic models and will receive mentoring as they develop their ideas for the design and evaluation of a child abuse prevention intervention. The course is designed for participants already having some familiarity with child abuse and neglect who are interested in gaining basic knowledge of research and evaluation principles from a public health perspective with focus on primary prevention at a community level. REGISTER NOW ! *A limited number of scholarships will be provided up to $1,100, to attend the intensive summer session. Priority for scholarships include under-represented graduate students with diverse backgrounds/perspectives and first-year fellows in approved child abuse pediatrics fellowships. SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION You are receiving this email because you have expressed an interest in Kempe Center for the Prevention & Treatment of Child Abuse & Neglect. Don't forget to add kempesummerinstitute@gmail.com to your address book so we'll be sure to land in your inbox! Kempe Center for the Prevention & Treatment of Child Abuse & Neglect | The Kempe Center, Gary Pavilion at Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO 80045 Unsubscribe desmond.runyan@childrenscolorado.org Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by kempesummerinstitute@gmail.com in collaboration with Try it free today

Please share. This is a 1 week intensive course supported by an NICHD R25. Our targets are 1) social science graduate students who don’t yet know that they are to become child maltreatment researchers and need an intro to the data issues, ethics issues and field of child abuse; 2) clinicians who know about child abuse but don’t have the research skills they need to do child abuse research, and 3) knowledgeable grad students and clinicians who need some core training on prevention, evaluation, or dissemination research. We have scholarships for under-represented minorities but the costs for others are very low if one is not seeking graduate school credit form the Colorado School of Public Health. Regards, Des You don't want to miss this. Kempe Interdisciplinary Summer Research Institute August 5 - 9, 2019 Anschutz Medical Campus | University of Colorado Aurora, Colorado LIMITED NUMBER OF SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE! Spearheaded by Des Runyan, John Fluke and Carol Runyan, The Kempe Center has developed a graduate level intensive summer session in child abuse research in order to expand the numbers of researchers working in this field and better prepare these researchers to apply for NIH and other support for their work. We look forward to hosting participants from across the nation from graduate schools in social work, psychology, sociology and public health as well as child abuse pediatrics fellows. Please see below for a list of this year's available courses. For any questions contact: kempesummerinstitutegmail.com COURSE 1: Fundamentals of Clinical and Epidemiological Research A course for child abuse professionals new to research This intensive course is designed for trained clinicians (e.g., pediatric fellows in child abuse) who are interested in learning basic research skills to enable them to develop research on child maltreatment. COURSE 2: Challenges & Opportunities in Child Maltreatment Research This intensive course is designed for trained researchers from multiple disciplines (e.g., public health, social work, behavioral. and social sciences) who are interested in applying their disciplinary expertise to examining topics related to child abuse working. The course content does not assume that participants bring experience in carrying out research in the child maltreatment domain. It will provide basic background on the child abuse problem from multiple perspectives and facilitate cross-disciplinary exploration of controversies and related unanswered research questions, drawing on the recent IOM report and published calls for research. COURSE 3: Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Research and Evaluation through a Public Health Lens Exploring Issues of Design, Implementation, & Evaluation The course will introduce participants to key concepts underlying prevention of child abuse and neglect from a public health perspective. The course will include a focus on principles of public health research and practice applied to Child Abuse and Neglect (CA&N) prevention as well as address different aspects of prevention research and evaluation (e.g., policy studies, intervention trials, and program evaluation) with examples from the child abuse and neglect literature. Through readings, lectures, and class discussions, participants will learn about and practice developing conceptual models and logic models and will receive mentoring as they develop their ideas for the design and evaluation of a child abuse prevention intervention. The course is designed for participants already having some familiarity with child abuse and neglect who are interested in gaining basic knowledge of research and evaluation principles from a public health perspective with focus on primary prevention at a community level. REGISTER NOW ! *A limited number of scholarships will be provided up to $1,100, to attend the intensive summer session. Priority for scholarships include under-represented graduate students with diverse backgrounds/perspectives and first-year fellows in approved child abuse pediatrics fellowships. SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION You are receiving this email because you have expressed an interest in Kempe Center for the Prevention & Treatment of Child Abuse & Neglect. Don't forget to add kempesummerinstitutegmail.com to your address book so we'll be sure to land in your inbox! Kempe Center for the Prevention & Treatment of Child Abuse & Neglect | The Kempe Center, Gary Pavilion at Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO 80045 Unsubscribe desmond.runyanchildrenscolorado.org Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by kempesummerinstitutegmail.com in collaboration with Try it free today