RESEARCH

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03/08/2017

2017 Gatlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

fromhttp://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/mindinstitute/gatlinburg/index.html
The Gatlinburg Conference continues its tradition as one of the premier conferences in the United States for behavioral scientists conducting research in intellectual and related developmental disabilities. The Gatlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities was established in the 1960's.

02/13/2018

Annual Disability Statistics Compendium

fromhttps://researchondisability.org/2017reg?mc_cid=6adfb18fbf&mc_eid=35d95f5b31
Interested in learning more about the state of disability? Join us in DC (or online) for the Annual Disability Statistics Compendium Release. Registration is FREE. The Annual Disability Statistics Compendium offers both in-person and webcast participation options. Please register if you plan to attend in-person or via webcast.

03/06/2018

An Introduction to Embedding Cultural Diversity and Cultural and Linguistic Competence: A Guide for UCEDD Curricula and Training Activities

This webinar will: (1) introduce the Embedding Project to the members of the NTDC; and (2) share the array of resources and tools designed to build the capacity of network programs to embed widely accepted Cultural and Linguistic Competence (CLC) policies, structures, and practices across the four UCEDD core functions of interdisciplinary pre-service training and continuing education, community services, research and evaluation, and information dissemination.

07/21/2018

Disability Inclusion: NIH All of Us Research Program

Please join the Friends of NCBDDD for this webinar to inform disability and health organizations, researchers, public health practitioners and key influencers about the All of US Research Program, as well as the importance of including people with disabilities in this large inclusive research program. The American Association on Health and Disability (AAHD) is partnering with NIH to increase awareness about this important and inclusive national research program. The webinar will include information about ways the disability community can be engaged in this national effort across communities in the United States.

10/09/2018

AACPDM 72nd Annual Meeting

fromhttp://www.aacpdm.org/meetings/2018
The 2018 Scientific Program Committee is pleased to announce that the 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine (AACPDM) will take place October 9-13, 2018 at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. "Transformative Journeys" is the theme for the meeting.

10/25/2018

DS-Connect: Connecting families and those with Down syndrome to research that INCLUDEs them

Staff from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will discuss DS-Connect: The Down Syndrome Registry (https://DSConnect.nih.gov) and what it can offer families. They will describe how families can fill out surveys, participate in research, and view the aggregate de-identified data. NIH staff will also show how a researcher or clinician interested in any aspect of Down syndrome can use the registry for learning about Down syndrome and recruiting participants for studies. Webinar participants will also learn about progress in studies being supported by DS-Connect.
pdf File Presentation Slides [download]

02/06/2019

All of Us Includes Disability

Join us for this 1-hour webinar on the NIH All of Us Research Program and precision medicine, being supported by the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD), in partnership with the American Association on Health Disability (AAHD) as AAHD presents on the outreach it is doing to insure people with disabilities are included in this initiative. You'll also hear what two UCEDDs are doing in their states to reach the disability community.

02/12/2019

EPM-RRTC State of the Science and Annual Disability Statistics Compendium Event

fromhttps://researchondisability.org/2018reg
Registration is FREE. The EPM-RRTC State of the Science and Annual Disability Statistics Compendium offers both in-person and webcast participation options. Please register if you plan to attend in-person or via webcast. The agenda, presenters, and logon procedures (for web viewers) will be emailed to you as they become available.

03/04/2019

Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity

PacRim has been bringing people together for more than 30 years. And PacRim 2019 is no exception. We want individuals with disabilities, their families, service providers, researchers, educators, employers, deep thinkers, change agents, policy makers and entrepreneurs to join us in March 2019. Only by coming together and sharing can we offer individuals with disabilities a better future.

04/11/2019

Hearing our Voices: Treatment Needs of Young Adults with IDD and Mental Health Conditions

The Intellectual and Developmental Disability Mental Health (IDD-MH) Research Partnership identified eight priority topic areas for young adults with IDD-MH that will be reviewed in this webinar. These priorities highlight the importance of community-based options, choice, autonomy, and control for young adults with IDD-MH. We will also share our recommendations to advance research, policy, and practice in areas important to young adults with IDD-MH.
pdf File Presentation Slides [download]

05/16/2019

Careers in the Arts: Promoting Access and Inclusion for People with Disabilities

Join the National Endowment for the Arts and Art Beyond Sight on May 16, 2019, from 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET, for the first in a series of six webinars promoting careers in the arts for people with disabilities. This webinar series is part of a toolkit designed to help expand employment and career development opportunities for disabled people as artists and cultural workers, which will be launched later this year.

06/24/2019

AAIDD 143 Annual Meeting

fromhttp://aaidd.org/education/annual-conference
The 143rd AAIDD Annual Meeting will provide a forum for researchers, practitioners, policymakers, students and advocates to learn about innovations in our field that are being translated and implemented on a grander scale. Through knowledge translation we can change practices and policies through effectively communicating our research and creating change at all levels. In a political climate that is complex and dynamic, it is important to remain relevant through the thoughtful translation of our knowledge.

02/20/2020

NIDILRR Research Grant Program Overview

The National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) is part of the federal Administration on Community Living and is a primary funder of applied research impacting individuals with disabilities. Learn about NIDILRR's research agenda, unique funding mechanisms, and programs, and understand the pathway from research idea to research funding from NIDILRR.

03/27/2020

Embracing Diversity in Recruitment of Trainees, Faculty and Staff

The goals of this presentation are to share the strategies the UCEDD uses to sustain the Interdisciplinary Training Program as an online model, and, encourage discussion among other training directors, coordinators, and staff about innovative strategies to recruit, engage, retain, and effectively train a diverse pool of trainees.

04/14/2020

Research by UCEDDs

This webinar will address the Research UCEDD core function. This is the seventh installment of a multi-part series titled "Coffee and TA," addressing the UCEDD core functions as categorized in NIRS. This webinar features three UCEDDs (Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities, and the Waisman Center) conducting innovative research work.
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