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Child-Maltreatment-Research-L (CMRL) List Serve

Database of Past CMRL Messages

Welcome to the database of past Child-Maltreatment-Research-L (CMRL) list serve messages. The table below contains all past CMRL messages (text only, no attachments) from Nov. 20, 1996 - March 6, 2017 and is updated quarterly.

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Message ID: 10101
Date: 2017-01-06

Author:Sherry Hamby

Subject:ResilienceCon deadline extended to Jan 13!

The ResilienceCon submission deadline for all formats has been extended to January 13! Conferences should be places for professional growth, connection, and renewal. Instead, too many conferences almost seem designed to discourage interaction and innovation. Come experience ResilienceCon in the heart of downtown Nashville and explore a new approach to conferences. Researchers, students, and providers will have the opportunity to share and discuss the latest strengths-based approaches to understanding, preventing and coping with adversity. The call for submissions is attached and learn more at http://resiliencecon.org To encourage practice-to-research communication (and flatten the hierarchies at too many conferences where providers are almost always audience while researchers present), we are now allowing individual practitioners to apply for Practice-to-Research Circles and will form panels from among the submissions. Regards, Sherry Hamby, Victoria Banyard, and John Grych, Co-Chairs

The ResilienceCon submission deadline for all formats has been extended to January 13! Conferences should be places for professional growth, connection, and renewal. Instead, too many conferences almost seem designed to discourage interaction and innovation. Come experience ResilienceCon in the heart of downtown Nashville and explore a new approach to conferences. Researchers, students, and providers will have the opportunity to share and discuss the latest strengths-based approaches to understanding, preventing and coping with adversity. The call for submissions is attached and learn more at http://resiliencecon.org To encourage practice-to-research communication (and flatten the hierarchies at too many conferences where providers are almost always audience while researchers present), we are now allowing individual practitioners to apply for Practice-to-Research Circles and will form panels from among the submissions. Regards, Sherry Hamby, Victoria Banyard, and John Grych, Co-Chairs