LEND Programs are interdisciplinary leadership training programs federally funded through HRSA's Maternal Child Health Bureau. View more information about individual LEND disciplines by clicking on the menu at left.
At the end of March, women faculty, staff and student leaders were recognized and celebrated at the Annual Women's Leadership Awards Reception sponsored by the Office for Women and the Office of Student Involvement. The awards highlight the campus celebration of Women's History Month, which this year featured the theme, "Weaving the Stories of Women's Lives."
The latest edition in the bi-annual LEND Brief series provides information about how diverse communities view, understand, and experience Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other neurodevelopmental disabilities. It showcases projects and programs that recognize dimensions of culture, socioeconomics, and language through the services and supports they deliver to children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and families.
Applications Due May 29, 2015
The AUCD Virtual Trainee will use leadership skills to build relationships and communications among trainees throughout the nationwide AUCD network of UCEDDs and LENDs.
Implementing Evidence-Based Strategies in Real World Settings
Poster proposals are now being accepted for the 2015 Autism CARES Meeting (July 16-17 in Bethesda, MD). This bi-annual meeting is an opportunity for MCHB-funded CARES legislation grantees (representing research, training, and state implementation stakeholders) to share information about activities within their respective networks, discuss emerging trends, and facilitate meaningful collaboration.
Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Real-World Settings
Registration is now open for the 2015 Autism CARES Grantee Meeting, which will be held on July 16-17 in Bethesda, MD. This bi-annual meeting is an opportunity for MCHB-funded CARES legislation grantees (representing research, training, and state implementation stakeholders) to share information about activities within their respective networks, discuss emerging trends, and facilitate meaningful collaboration.
As the next five-year funding cycle for the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) programs approaches, AUCD took the opportunity to pause and engage in strategic thinking about future directions for the LEND and Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics (DBP) training programs.
Please join the OHSU Institute on Development & Disability as we help celebrate Autism Awareness Month with a month-long Wednesday webinar series!