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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 - September 29, 2017 and is updated quarterly.

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Message ID: 10191
Date: 2017-06-28

Author:Graham Vimpani

Subject:Re: Inaugural Kempe summer research institute on child abuse and neglectAugust 7-11 in Denver!

Hi Des, This looks fabulous. If I had been up with the emails when this first came I may have applied. Please let me know about the next course. I'm now almost retired but could still contribute to some research in this field. Hope you and Carol are well. Graham Grahamvimpani34@gmail.com +61 408 484 427 ________________________________ From: bounce-121559709-6840794@list.cornell.edu on behalf of Runyan, Desmond Kimo Sent: Thursday, 25 May 2017 6:01 PM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Subject: Inaugural Kempe summer research institute on child abuse and neglectAugust 7-11 in Denver! Colleagues, Please share this announcement with your graduate students. With support from the Walton Family Foundation, the Kempe Center is organizing an intensive summer session in child abuse and neglect research designed to educate graduate students in public health, social work and the social sciences in child abuse and neglect as a field of research. We will be simultaneously training clinicians in this field in research with a goal of interesting graduate students in the child abuse research field and in developing clinical and academic collaborations. The courses can carry graduate credit and we have travel and housing money available to bring in 4 minority graduate students. Please call or write if you have questions. We already have a group of child abuse pediatricians who have expressed interest in attending and are envisioning that the graduate students and the pediatricians will be able to each benefit from the other's experiences.. Call or write if you have questions. Des Runyan Desmond K. Runyan, MD, DrPH Jack and Viki Thompson Professor of Pediatrics Executive Director of the Kempe Center The University of Colorado School of Medicine The Gary Pavilion at Colorado Children's 13123 E. 16th Street Denver, CO 80206 Tel. 303-864-5333 http://rwjcsp.unc.edu Des.Runyan@ucdenver.edu [id:image001.png@01D2D09C.1710D3A0] [id:image002.png@01D2D09C.1710D3A0] Unless explicitly attributed, the opinions expressed in this email are those of the author only and do not represent the official view of Hunter New England Local Health District nor the New South Wales Government.

Hi Des, This looks fabulous. If I had been up with the emails when this first came I may have applied. Please let me know about the next course. I'm now almost retired but could still contribute to some research in this field. Hope you and Carol are well. Graham Grahamvimpani34gmail.com +61 408 484 427 ________________________________ From: bounce-121559709-6840794list.cornell.edu on behalf of Runyan, Desmond Kimo Sent: Thursday, 25 May 2017 6:01 PM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Subject: Inaugural Kempe summer research institute on child abuse and neglectAugust 7-11 in Denver! Colleagues, Please share this announcement with your graduate students. With support from the Walton Family Foundation, the Kempe Center is organizing an intensive summer session in child abuse and neglect research designed to educate graduate students in public health, social work and the social sciences in child abuse and neglect as a field of research. We will be simultaneously training clinicians in this field in research with a goal of interesting graduate students in the child abuse research field and in developing clinical and academic collaborations. The courses can carry graduate credit and we have travel and housing money available to bring in 4 minority graduate students. Please call or write if you have questions. We already have a group of child abuse pediatricians who have expressed interest in attending and are envisioning that the graduate students and the pediatricians will be able to each benefit from the other's experiences.. Call or write if you have questions. Des Runyan Desmond K. Runyan, MD, DrPH Jack and Viki Thompson Professor of Pediatrics Executive Director of the Kempe Center The University of Colorado School of Medicine The Gary Pavilion at Colorado Children's 13123 E. 16th Street Denver, CO 80206 Tel. 303-864-5333 http://rwjcsp.unc.edu Des.Runyanucdenver.edu [id:image001.png01D2D09C.1710D3A0] [id:image002.png01D2D09C.1710D3A0] Unless explicitly attributed, the opinions expressed in this email are those of the author only and do not represent the official view of Hunter New England Local Health District nor the New South Wales Government.



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