CFHA's 15th Annual Conference
October 10-12, 2013
Omni Interlocken Resort, Broomfield, Colorado
presentations allow authors to meet and speak informally with interested
viewers, facilitating a greater exchange of ideas
and networking opportunities than with oral presentations. There will be a
different selection of posters each day.
Posters will be
located on the Garden (lower) Level of the Omni Interlocken Resort.
presenters will attend their displays
during breaks on Friday and Saturday.
Posters to be presented on Friday, October 11, 2013
"Barriers and Facilitators to Mental Health Screening
and Treatment in Primary Care for Women in Northeast Tennessee"
Tennessee State University
"Behavioral Health Consultation in Pediatric Primary
Care: Utilization Results from Two Rural
Tennessee State University
"Building Interprofessional Relationships for Community
Mental Health: The Development of the BIRCH Coalition in Lansing, Michigan"
Julie Phillips, MD, MPH Assistant Professor Lansing Community
Clerkship Director Department of Family Medicine College of Human Medicine
Michigan State University
"Collaborative Attitude in a University Health Service:
On the Cusp"
Alan Lorenz, MD Associate Professor of Family Medicine and
Psychiatry University Health Service, University of Rochester
"Depression in African Americans with Sickle Cell"Brittani Strozier, Masters Student, Mercer University Marital
and Family Therapy Program; Atlanta Medical Center MFT Practicum/Intern
"Development of a National Peer Network for Integrated
Mental Health Trainees in the Department of Veterans Affairs"
Christina L. Vair, PhD, Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellow, Veterans
Affairs Advanced Fellowship Program in Mental Illness Research and Treatment VA
Center for Integrated Healthcare, Western New York Healthcare System
"Domestic Violence and Suicidal Behavior in Rural Primary
Care Patients: Role of Thwarted Belongingness, Perceived Burdensomeness, and Trait
Nsamenang, East Tennessee State University
"Equipping Medical and Behavioral Health Practitioners
to Holistically Address Grief, Loss, and Ambivalence during the Clinical Care
of OB/GYN Patients"
Sarah L. Kelly, M.A., Behavioral Health Student, Lawndale
Christian Health Center
"Establishing an Integrated Primary Care Practice: If
you build it will they come?"Shelley Hosterman, PhD, Associate, Geisinger Health System
"How Attachment Style Influences the Patient-Physician
Relationship and Health Outcomes"
Stephanie Schwanitz Renaud, Masters Student at Mercer
University, MFT Intern at Atlanta Medical Center, Family Medicine Residency
"Inclusion of the Professional School Counselor in the
Pediatric Integration Team: Rationale, Logistics, and Best Practices"
"Rural Integrated Primary Care and Physician Job
Satisfaction: A qualitative study"
Jacob Austin, PsyD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Access Community
Health Centers and the University of Wisconsin Hospital
"Standards of Care for ADHD: Helping Primary Care
Providers Make the Grade"Tawnya Meadows, PhD, Associate, Geisinger Health System
"Studies on Communication Between Hospital Staff and Patients
/ Families During Hospital Admissions"Mark
"Support for Families Displaced by the Great East Japan
Earthquake Disaster - Collaboration Between Evacuation Centers and Child and
Family Support Center"Chiemi
University of Health and Welfare
"Utilizing Mindfulness-Based Techniques with Couples who
Experienced Pregnancy Loss"
Silviana Guerra, BS, Psychology Trainee, Nova Southeastern
Posters to be presented on Saturday,
October 12, 2013
"A Brief ACT Protocol for Hypertension in Primary Care:
Community Health Center
"Perceptions of Integrated Behavioral Health Care in
Two Primary Care Clinics: Where do we go from here?"
Daubney Harper, Ph.D., Post Doctoral Fellow at Southern New
Mexico Family Medicine Residency Program
"Trait Mindfulness as a Predictive Factor for Intimate
Partner Violence Perpetration Among Young Adults"
Mary's Family Medicine Residency
"Community Collaboration: Creating a Bridge for Integrated Care"
Consuelo Elizabeth Mendez-Shannon, PhD, Assistant Professor,
Metropolitan State University of Denver
"An Exploration of Behavioral Health Integration in a
University Healthcare Setting"
"Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions in China"
Ronald R. O'Donnell, PhD, Clinical Professor, Licensed
Psychologist; Director, Doctor of Behavioral Health Degree Program, Arizona
"Nurses in Transition: A Grounded Theory Investigation
of Hospital Nurses' Self-Care"
Theological Seminary, School of Psychology
"Early Intervention Services and Developmental
Screening in Primary Care: Who Gets a Referral?"
of Colorado School of Medicine
"The Biobehavioral Family Model: A Biopsychosocial
Approach to Families & Health"
Sarah Woods, PhD, LMFT, Assistant Professor of Family
Therapy, Texas Woman's University
"Illness Beliefs and Spiritual Resources Among Nurses"
Miyoung Yoon Hammer, PhD, LMFT
Terms and Conditions for Poster Presentations at the CFHA Conference
Posters will be on display in the foyer area near Conference sessions to ensure a good flow of traffic.
All Poster presenters are required to register and pay to attend the CFHA Conference. Full and one-day registration options will be available. Online registration opens in June 2013.
There will be a maximum of 20 posters displayed each day at the Conference.
Posters will be assigned to present one day only, either Friday or Saturday. You must setup and take down your poster materials on the same day.
Poster boards will be pre-assigned and available for set-up at 7:30 AM. Materials must be removed no later than 4 PM.
You will have a 4’ wide x 4’ high display area on the poster board for your materials. You may affix display materials with push pins, T-pins or tape (supplies are not provided).
You should plan to attend your poster during the morning and afternoon refreshment breaks on the assigned day. The morning break is planned from 10:00 to 10:30 AM and the afternoon break is 3:00 to 3:30 PM.
Please be prepared to provide up to 50 copies of a one-page handout about your poster for distribution to Conference attendees. (Attach an envelope or pocket folder to the poster board for your handouts; no tables are provided.)