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Message ID: 10322
Date: 2018-01-17

Author:Runyan, Desmond Kimo

Subject:Hold the dates: Kempe Graduate summer Session in Child Abuse and Neglect Research 2018

Colleagues, During the week of July 23-27, 2018, the Kempe Center will be offering the second annual intensive graduate summer session in child abuse and neglect research. We will be offering three courses this year- each with a specific target: Course 1: Fundamentals of clinical and epidemiological research in child abuse” is designed to train child abuse clinicians in how to develop essential research in the field. This will be introductory research designed to appeal to child abuse pediatric fellows and clinicians at a similar stage of training who haven’t previously engaged in population-based research; Course 2: “Challenges in child maltreatment research” is designed for current social science and public health graduate students with the goal of attracting graduates students to the field and assumes familiarity with research but less familiarity with the special data sources, measures, and issues related to working in this field; and Course 3: “Child abuse and neglect prevention research” is designed for social science and public health graduate students who are attracted to developing expertise in prevention, implementation issues, and in evaluation of programs. Students in the three courses will share exposure to current research in the field from experts around the country. The students in courses 1 & 2 will participate in shared small group mentoring experiences to develop their proposals and interact with each other. Distance mentoring on research projects developed in the courses, over the ensuing 4 months, will be available if desired. Please share the save the date flyer with students and colleagues. Registration for the summer session will go live March 1, 2018. We have applied for funds to support a limited number of scholarships ( covering housing and travel). Details on the availability of scholarships will be available March 1. 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

Colleagues, During the week of July 23-27, 2018, the Kempe Center will be offering the second annual intensive graduate summer session in child abuse and neglect research. We will be offering three courses this year- each with a specific target: Course 1: Fundamentals of clinical and epidemiological research in child abuse” is designed to train child abuse clinicians in how to develop essential research in the field. This will be introductory research designed to appeal to child abuse pediatric fellows and clinicians at a similar stage of training who haven’t previously engaged in population-based research; Course 2: “Challenges in child maltreatment research” is designed for current social science and public health graduate students with the goal of attracting graduates students to the field and assumes familiarity with research but less familiarity with the special data sources, measures, and issues related to working in this field; and Course 3: “Child abuse and neglect prevention research” is designed for social science and public health graduate students who are attracted to developing expertise in prevention, implementation issues, and in evaluation of programs. Students in the three courses will share exposure to current research in the field from experts around the country. The students in courses 1 & 2 will participate in shared small group mentoring experiences to develop their proposals and interact with each other. Distance mentoring on research projects developed in the courses, over the ensuing 4 months, will be available if desired. Please share the save the date flyer with students and colleagues. Registration for the summer session will go live March 1, 2018. We have applied for funds to support a limited number of scholarships ( covering housing and travel). Details on the availability of scholarships will be available March 1. 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