Speaking

Presentations and workshops by Robert Anda, MD

 

ARobAnda

2012-2016

Numerous Keynotes, Plenaries, and Workshops Each Year

 

2011

Keynote Speaker.  Looking Through the Developmental Lens on the Health of Our Society.  State of the Baby Conferences.  Strong Foundations.  Minneapolis, MN. January 12, 2011.

Keynote Speaker.  The Wide-Ranging Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences. Research Symposium on Issues Facing Children and Families of Incarcerated Parents.  Sponsored by Pacific Lutheran University and the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services. Tacoma, WA.  January 24, 2011.
Keynote Speaker.  ACEs: What’s Next and How Do We Get There? Hosted by the Greater Pierce County Community Network.  Tacoma, WA.  February 11, 2011.

Keynote Speaker.  The Enduring Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences: Relevance to Early Childhood Development.  17th Early Childhood Congress. ACEs: Des Moines, Iowa.  February, 10, 2011.

Keynote SpeakerAdverse Childhood Experiences, Health, and Society: The Case for Compassionate Schools.  Sponsored by Southwest Vermont Schools.  Bennington, VT. March 25, 2011.

Keynote SpeakerAdverse Childhood Experiences, Health, and Society: The Case for Trauma Informed Communities.   Sponsored by St. Aemilian Lakeside.  Milwaukee, WI.  March 30, 2011.

Plenary Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences Symposium.  2011 Academy on Violence and Abuse Biennial Scientific Assembly. Bloomington MN.  April 15, 2011.

Keynote Speaker.  Adverse Chilldhood Experiences and Health Throughout the Lifespan.  2011 Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect Conference.  Helena, MT. April 26, 2011.

Keynote Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences and Health:  A Public Health Approach in Washington.  Community Educational Forum.  Sponsored by the Northwest Educational Service District.  Everett, WA. May 18, 2011.

Plenary Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences:  The Washington Perspective.  So How Are the Children?  St. Luke’s Education Center.  Bellingham, WA. May 19, 2011.

Plenary Speaker.  Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences: Implications Across the Life Course.  2011 Public Health Symposium on Promoting Early Childhood Mental Health.  Brooklyn Center, MN.  May 26, 2011.

Plenary Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences:  Connecting a Developmental Lens to the Health of Our Society.  Early Biology of Brain Development Symposium.  Sponsored by the Norlien Foundation and the Alberta Wellness Initiative.  Banff, Canada. May 31, 2011.

Keynote Speaker.  The Health and Social Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences Throughout the Lifespan.   Psychological Trauma and Juvenile Justice: Impact on Mind, Body, Behavior, and Community—Current Research and Practice Trends.  Des Moines, IA.  June 14, 2011.

Plenary Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences.   Child Protective Services and Associate Judge Conference.  Austin, TX.  July 8, 2011.

The  Mario Pazzaglini Keynote Address.  Adverse Childhood Experiences, Health and Society.  40th Summer Institute on Substance Abuse and Mental Health.  Newark, DE.  July 25, 2011.

Plenary Speaker.  Connecting the Developmental Lens to the Health of our Society: Adverse Childhood Experiences.  Annual Governor’s Association Meeting. Santa Fe, NM.  July 19, 2011.

Staff Briefing.  The Public Health Implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.  August 9, 2011.

Keynote Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences in the Community:  A Public Health Framework.  United Against Violence Summit.  Sponsored by the United Way of Minneapolis-St. Paul.  Minneapolis, MN. August 23, 2011.

Plenary Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences:  Neurobiology Meets Policy.  Institute for Legislators.  Bismark, North Dakota, MN.  September 12-14, 2011.

Plenary Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences Affect Public Health; Implications for Primary Care.  . Chinook Primary Care Network. Lethbridge, Alberta (Canada). September 15, 2011.

Plenary Speaker.  Understanding the Multi-sector Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  Sponsored by the Iowa Department of Health. Des Moines, IA. October 4, 2011.

Plenary and Workshop.  Integrating Adverse Childhood Experiences Screening into Policy and Clinical Practice.  Sponsored by the Norlien Foundation.  Edmonton, Canada.  October 11, 2011.

Keynote Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences—Neurobiology and Toxic Stress, and Health.  Banff, Alberta (Canada).October 12, 2011.

Keynote Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences: Relevance to Juvenile Justice.  Statewide Becca Conference.  Center for Children and Youth Justice.  Seattle, WA.  October 13, 2011.

Keynote Speaker.  The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study.  Presented at “A New Policy and Community Framework—Applying ACEs Research to Reduce Trauma, Promote Health and Well-Being and Impact Budgetin”.  Adler School of Professional Psychology.  Chicago, IL.  October 14, 2011.

Keynote Speaker. Adverse Childhood Experiences:  Connecting a Developmental Lens to the Health of Our Society. 30th Annual Child Abuse Conference.  Detroit, MI. October 16, 2011.

Plenary Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences, Human Development and Health: A Life Course Perspective.  Wisconsin Stakeholders in Trauma Informed Care.  Madison, WI.  October 31, 2011.

Invited Speaker for the Wisconsin Governor’s Cabinet.  The Importance of Adverse Childhood Experiences to State Service Systems.  Governors Residence.  Madison, WI.  October 31, 2011.

Keynote Speaker.  Columbia University Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma Conference on media coverage of intimate partner violence: “Out of the Shadows,” October 21, 2011 New York, NY.

The toll of Adverse Childhood Experiences on human development, health, and social functioning. The Economics of Child Health Summit. Milwaukee, WI. November 1, 2011.

Plenary Speaker.  Health and Policy Implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  Institute for State Legislators.  Minneapolis, MN. November 14-15, 2011.

Plenary Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences:  Connecting a Developmental Lens to the Health of Society.  “Getting it Right: Reporting on Youth Violence.”  A Workshop for Local and Regional Journalists in Greater Philadelphia. Sponsored by the Dart Center, Columbia University Journalism School.  WHYY Studios, Philadelphia, PA.  December 10, 2011.

Keynote Speaker.  The Importance of Adverse Childhood Experiences to State Service Systems.  Workshop for the Future of Louisiana’s Kids.  Baton Rouge, LA. December 9, 2011,

2010

Grand Rounds. Blair E. Baston Hospital for Children. The Implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences for Public Health and Pediatrics. University Mississippi.  Jackson, MS. February 10, 2010.

Congressional Testimony. Minnesota Legislative Committee on Early Childhood Development. Adverse Childhood Experiences—Neurobiology and Toxic Stress, and Health.  Minneapolis, MN. February 25, 2010

Keynote Speaker. Adverse Childhood Experiences—Neurobiology and Epidemiology Converge. Stratford Campus Research Day, University of Medicine and Dentistry, Stratford, NJ. March 11, 2010.

Plenary Session. Adverse Childhood Experiences and Health. Trauma: A Public Health Crisis in Western New York. Erie County Medical Center, Buffalo, NY. March 13, 2010.

Keynote Speaker.  The Wide Ranging Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences. Sponsored by Intermountain Health. Kalispell, Montana. March 26, 2010.

Keynote Speaker.  The implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences for Health Policy.  Fargo, North Dakota. May 11, 2010.

Keynote Speaker. The implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences for Health and Social Services.  Sponsored by the Chelan Douglas Community Network. Wenatchee, WA. May 18, 2010

Keynote Speaker. Adverse Childhood Experiences—What We Know… Why It Matters.  2010 Charles V. Gerkin Pastoral Care Symposium.  First United Methodist Church.  Decatur, GA.  April 21, 2010.

Panel Member. Implications of Childhood Adversity for Health in Black Men.  Sponsored by the Office of Mental Health.  Washington DC, April  22, 2010.

Plenary Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences, Health Behavior and Social Disorder. Sponsored by Family Court and various child advocacy agencies.  Dover, Delaware.  June 3, 2010.

Keynote Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences, Health, and Society.  Meeting for Montana Judges Association.  Billings, MT. October 15, 2010.

Keynote Speaker.  The Wide Ranging Health and Social Impact of Adverse Childhood Experienes.  Washington Prevention Summit.  Yakima Washington. October, 16 2010.

Plenary Speaker.  Annual Midwest Conference on Childhood Sexual Abuse.  Madison, WI.  October 19, 2010.

Keynote Speaker. Adverse Childhood Experiences & Population Health in Washington: The Face of a Chronic Public Health Disaster. Symposium on  Applying the Science of Early Childhood Development to State Policy and Practice: a Case for Action and a Call for Innovation.  Sponsored by the Casey Family Foundation.  Seattle, WA. November 4, 2010.

2009

Keynote Speaker and Workshop.  Adverse childhood experiences: Impact on Health and Society. Strong Foundation Conference on Early Childhood Development.  Brainerd, MN. January 16, 2009.

Keynote Speaker.  The implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences for Health and Social Services. “Kids Are Worth It!” Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect.  Sponsored by Prevent Child Abuse Louisana.  March 5, 2009.

Workshop on ACEs and Implications for Education.  Division of Adolescent and School Health (CDC) Funded Partners Conference.  Bethesda, MD. March 17, 2009.

Keynote and workshops.  The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study: Overview and Implications.  FASD Prevention Collaborative.  Baton Rouge, LA.  March 20, 2009.

Phillip M. Farrell Population Health Distinguished Alumni Lecture.  University of Wisconsin.  Madison, WI.  March 30, 2009.

Keynote.  “Kickoff for Stop ACEs Oneida” Campaign.  Oneida County, PA.  April 14, 2009.

Keynote and Workshops.  The Wide Ranging Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences:  What We Have Learned.  Old Dominion University. Norfolk, VA.  April 15, 2009

Plenary and Workshops.  Upper Peninsula Coalition Annual Conference: Coming Together for Kids. Marquette, MI. April 24, 2009.

Plenary and Workshops.  Adverse Childhood Experiences and Barriers to Change.  Andrus Children’s Center Conference.  Yonkers, NY. April 29, 2007.

The Wide Ranging Health Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences. 2009 Fisher Cummings Substance Abuse Symposium. Children’s Hospital of Michigan.  Detroit, MI. May 1, 2009.

Plenary and Panel Member.  “Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences to Improve Public Health”. Sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Geneva, Switzerland, WHO Headquarters. 4-5 May 2009.

Plenary Speaker. Adverse Childhood Experiences—Implications for Policy Action.  Wisconsin Trauma Champion Project-Sponsored by the National Association for Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD). Madison, WI. June 23, 2009.

Keynote Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences as a Public Health Problem.  The ACE Study Conference.  Sponsored by Intermountain and Blue Cross of Montana.  Helena, Montana.  October 24, 2009.

Keynote Speaker. The Wide Ranging Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  Fall Mental Health Conference, Independence Mental Health Institute. Independence, Iowa, November 3, 2009.

Plenary Speaker. Adverse Childhood Experiences—Neurobiology and Epidemiology Converge. Minnesota Legislative Leadership Institute on Child Development Research and Policy.  Minneapolis, MN. November 10, 2009.

Keynote Speaker. The Wide Ranging Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences. 2009 Child Abuse Conference.  Sponsored by ChildSafe.  San Antonio, Texas. December 7, 2009.

2008

Seminar.  Adverse Childhood Experiences, Health, and Social Problems.  New Jersey Association of Student Assistance Professionals.  Atlantic City, NJ. February 18, 2008.

Seminar and Discussion. Adverse Childhood Experiences and Health.  For:  Medical Director and Executive Director, Johnson and Johnson Corp. Donations Program.  Newark, NJ. March 3, 2008.

Keynote.   Domestic Violence, Other Adverse Childhood Experiences and Health.  The Children and Families Experiencing Domestic Violence Conference.  Sponsored by the South King County Community Network.  Seattle, WA.  March 24, 2008.

Keynote.  The Wide Ranging Health and Social Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  Tacoma Urban Network.  Tacoma, WA. March 25, 2008.

Keynote.  The ACE Study: Health and Social Implications T. Community Forum on Violence and Health.  Walla Walla Community Coalition. Walla Walla, WA.  March 26, 2008.

Hospital Grand Rounds. Long-tem Consequences of Adverse Childhood Experiences. The Reading Hospital and Medical Center.  Reading, PA.  April 4, 2008.

Keynote.  Implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences for Mental Health and Substance Abuse. National Conference on Addiction.  Father Martin’s Ashley. Havre de Grace, MD.  April 12, 2008.

Keynote and Workshops. Adverse Childhood Experiences.    From Hurt to Hope Conference. Spokane, WA.  April 22, 2007.

Keynote.  Adverse Childhood Experiences and Health.  “I Care” conference.  Sponsored by United Way, Child Abuse Prevention, and Health Care Agencies.   Couer d Alene, Idaho.  April 23, 2008

Keynote.  The Wide Ranging Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  “Our Kids: Our Business” meeting of community and business leaders.  Spokane, WA. April 24, 2008

Keynote.  The Health and Social Consequences of Adverse Childhood Experiences.   Annual Meeting of the Urban Special Education Leadership Collaborative.  New Orleans, LA. May 15, 2008

Futurists Panel: Opening Session.  “Connecting the Dots”.  Annual Meeting of Prevent Child Abuse America.  Milwaukee, WI. May 19, 2008.

Keynote. The Wide-Ranging Implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative.  Summer Institute. Cambridge, Massachusetts.  July 8, 2008.

Plenary.  Adverse Childhood Experiences, Mental Health and Substance Abuse. National Conference on Addiction.  MTAADAC Journey Together Conference. Nashville, TN.  September 3, 2008.

Keynote.  Adverse Childhood Experiences and a Spectrum of Long-Term Outcomes.  Healthy Brain Development Conference.  Eugene, OR.  October 23, 2008.

Keynote and Seminars.  Adverse Childhood Experiences as a Public Health Problem. and a Spectrum of Long-Term Outcomes.  Washington Family Policy Council. Grand Mound, WA.   November 12-15, 2008.

Keynote.  The Wide Ranging Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences. 25th Annual Conference of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation.  Chicago, IL. November 17, 2008.

2007

Plenary Speaker.  “Adverse Childhood Experiences and Health”.  American Medical Association (AMA) House of Delegates Meeting.  National Council on Violence and Abuse.  Las Vegas, Nevada, November 12, 2006.  )

Adverse Childhood Experiences: The cost of the status quo.  Champions of Prevention Meeting.  Salt Lake City, Utah.  January 12, 2007.

Keynote Address. “Childhood Matters: Understanding the Relationship between Adverse Childhood Experiences and Adult Health”. Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA.  Feb 9, 2007.

Keynote Address. Implications of the ACE Study Through the Lifespan: Framing Trauma as a Public Health Issue.  At: Investing in our Children: Investing in our Future.  Annual Meeting of Prevent Child Abuse New York. April 16, 2007.

Plenary Address.  Overview and Implications of the ACE Study.  Southern King County Community Network.  Seattle, WA.  April 21, 2007.

Early childhood educational forum and Open Community Lecture. The Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Health and Well-Being Throughout the Lifespan. The Franklin County Collaboration for Children, Bay State Franklin Medical Center and Greenfield Community College. Greenfield, CT. April 26-27, 2007.

Plenary Address.  The Wide Ranging Health and Social Consequences of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  The ACE Study CME forum for the Tulsa County Medical Society.  Tulsa, OK.  April 30, 2007.

Plenary Address. Adverse Childhood Experiences and Alcohol Abuse, Mental Health, and Related Issues.  The National Forum.  National Press Club.  Sponsored by the Johnson Institute.  Washington, DC.  May 11, 2007.

Workshop. Adverse Childhood Experiences and Health.  The Kentucky Conference.  Advances in Best Practice.  Lexington, KY. May 22, 2007

Keynote Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences: Uncovering Common Childhood Trauma and A Lifetime of Effects. Samish Indian Nation, Anacortes, WA, June 4, 2007.

Adverse Childhood Experiences and Health.  Presented for Business and Community Leaders.  United Way.  Everett, WA.  June 5, 2007.

Adverse Childhood Experiences and Long-term Health and Social Well Being.  Providence Everett Medical Center.  Everett, WA.  June 6, 2007.

Keynote Address and Workshop. The Role of Adverse Childhood Experiences in Lifelong Physical, Mental, and Behavioral Health.  From Hurt to Hope: Moving Children Past Trauma. Tacoma, WA.  June 8, 2007.

Keynote Address. Adverse Childhood Experiences and Risk Factors for HIV, Violence and Related Health and Social Problems.  Conference:  Common Unity for Children and Families.  Claremont  Resort, Oakland, CA.   June 9, 2007.

Keynote Address and Workshop. The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study.  Victimization: Connecting the Dots. Jacksonville, FL.  June 13, 2007.

Keynote Address. Bridging the Chasm: Addressing the Downstream Wreckage of Child Abuse and Neglect and Other Adverse Childhood Experiences Study.  20th Anniversary Celebration of the Rowan University Center for Addiction Studies. Glassboro, NJ. June 14, 2007.

Keynote Address.  Adverse Childhood Experiences and their Influence on Health and Behavior Throughout the Lifespan.  Annual Leadership Conference on Addictions and Community Life.  Minneapolis, Minnesota.  July 9, 2007.

Workshop. Understanding the Role of Adverse Childhood Experiences in Co-Occurring Disorders.  22nd Annual Co-Occurring Disorders Conference. Transforming Systems, Transforming Lives—Integrating Care to Support Recovery.  October 1, 2007. Yakima Convention Center. Yakima, WA.

2006

Workshop.  Adverse Childhood Experiences: What We Are Learning.  The Effects of Early Environment on Life Long Health: Lessons from the ACE Study.  Building on Success: Providing Today’s Youth With Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow.  Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice.  Washington, DC.  January 10, 2006.

Keynote and Workshops. The Ranging Effects of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assaults and Other Adverse Childhood Experiences.  Sponsored by Colorado Alternative Homes for Youth. Weld County Complex, Colorado.  February 6, 2006.

Keynote and Workshops. The Ranging Effects of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assaults and Other Adverse Childhood Experiences.  Sponsored by Colorado Alternative Homes for Youth. Weld County Complex, Colorado.  February 6, 2006.

Morning Address. The Wide Ranging Health and Social Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences—The ACE Study.  Sponsored by: The Institute for Safe Families. University of Pennsylvania Medical Center.  Philadelphia, PA.  March 31, 2006.

Evening Address. The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study Experiences—The ACE Study.  Sponsored by: The Institute for Safe Families. University of Pennsylvania.  Independence Ballroom, Philadelphia, PA.  March 31, 2006.

Congressional Briefing.  Adverse Childhood Experiences as a National Public Health Problem.  Sponsored by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Family Violence Prevention Fund. Capitol Hill, Washington, DC.  April 18, 2006.

Keynote Address.  The Long-term Outcomes of Child Maltreatment and Related Adverse Childhood Experiences.  Penn State University, Hershey Medical Center.  Hershey, PA.  May 5, 2006.

Keynote Address.  The Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences  At: “Combating Child Pornography”.  A Conference sponsored by the Department of Justice. Stafford, NY.  September 14, 2006.

Address and Policy Discussion.  Epidemiologic Evidence—Lifelong Effects of Witnessing Domestic Violence as a Child.   At :Traumatic Childhood Stressors and Lifelong Physical and Mental Health.  Sponsored by the Washington State Family Policy Council.  Olympia, Washington.  September 15, 2006.

Workshop.  The Varied Effects of Adverse Childhood Experience—Relevance to Statewide Planning.  Presented to the Washington State Family Policy Council.  Spokane, Washington.  September 16, 2006.

Keynote Address.  “Can Interrupting ACEs Save Scarce Tax Dollars?”  The Children’s Forum: Sponsored by the National Association for Children of Alcoholics.  The Washington Club.  Washington, DC, October 19, 2006.

Plenary Speaker. Symposium on Domestic Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health.  Sponsored by the National Training and TA Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health.  November 11, 2006.  Crowne Plaza Metro Hotel. Chicago, Il.

Plenary Speaker.  “Adverse Childhood Experiences and Health”.  American Medical Association (AMA) House of Delegates Meeting.  Las Vegas, Nevada, November 12, 2006.

Workshops and Policy Discussion. Adverse Childhood Experiences: Health, Social Well-Being, and Costs.  The Washington State Family Policy Council.  Seattle, Washington.  November 30-December 1, 2006.

A Public Health Approach to Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences.  Washington Family Policy Council Retreat.  Sun Mountain, WA. October 2-3, 2007.

Plenary Speaker.  The ACE Study: Health and Social Implications.  Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Psychotherapists.  San Francisco, CA, October 18, 2007.

Keynote Speaker.  Adverse Childhood Experiences: Uncovering Common Childhood Trauma and a Lifetime of Effects. Bellingham, WA. October 25, 2007.

Plenary. The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study.  2007 Annual Public Policy Forum.  Altering the Trajectory:  The Cumulative Effect of Mental Wellness.  Sponsored by the New York State Coalition for Children’s Mental Health Services. Bolton Landing, NY. November 14, 2007.

2005

Plenary Speaker. Workshop on the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study. Florida Statewide Conference on Recovery and Resilience.  Sponsored by the Children’s Board of Hollsborough County and the Department of Child and Family Studies, University of South Florida.  Tampa, FLA.  February 25-26, 2005.

Plenary Speaker. The Health and Social Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences. Sponsored by First Coast Children’s Advocacy Center, April 6, 2005. University of Florida, Jacksonville.

Keynote Address.  About the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study. Sponsored by the West Virginia Healthy Kids and Families Coalition, Prevent Child Abuse West Virginia, and the CAMC Health Education and Research Institute. Embassy Suites Hotel. April 18, 2005. Charleston, WV.

Thomas W. Mou Lectureship. Adverse Childhood Experiences and Health.  Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center of West Virginia University. April 19, 2005. Charleston, WV.

Plenary Address.  Long-term Health Outcomes of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  Presented at: “Physical and Sexual Abuse of Children: What a Provider Needs to Know.  Sponsored by the Jane Fonda Center, Emory University, Atlanta, GA. April 22. 2005.

Plenary Address. Adverse Childhood Experiences and Their Alarming Connection to Adult Diseases.   Presented at: The Power of Prevention: Prevention in Challenging Times.  Minnesota’s Statewide Child Abuse Prevention Conference.  Sponsored by Prevent Child Abuse Minnesota.  St. Paul, MN. April 28, 2005.

Plenary Address. The Wide Range of the Health and Social Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences. Treatment for the Homeless Program.  Sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.  Washington, DC.  May, 24, 2005.

Plenary Address.  Adverse Childhood Experiences, Behavior, and Health. Presented at: Transformation in Progress: Building and Leaving a Legacy.  Youth Violence Prevention.  Sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.  Washington, DC. June 3, 2005.

ACE Study Workshop. Children’s Research to Practice Symposium. Sponsored by NYU, Columbia University, New York State Office of Children and Family Services.  Times Square, Manhattan. June 10, 2005.

Plenary Address. Implications of the ACE Study Through the Lifespan: Framing Trauma as a Public Health Issue.  Presented at: Taking the Next Step: A National Forum on the Health and Social Impacts of Trauma.  Sponsored by the Center on Women Violence and Trauma and the National Trauma Consortium.  Washington DC, June 13, 2005.

Evening CME Forum.  The ACE Study:  Traumatic Stress and Its Implications for Medicine and Public Health.  Sponsored by Lancaster General Hospital.  Lancaster, PA. October 25, 2005.

Keynote.  Domestic Violence and the ACE Study.  In Honor of: Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  Sponsored by Lancaster General Hospital.  Lancaster, PA. October 26, 2005.

Plenary Address.  The Neurobiological and Life Consequences of Traumatic Stress in Childhood. Presented at: Creating Violence Free and Coercion Free Mental Health Treatment: Environments for the Reduction of Seclusion and Restraint. Sponsored by Center for Mental Health Services (SAMHSA) and NASMHPD. Baltimore, MD. November 8, 2005. Charleston, WV. November 11, 2005.

Plenary Address. The Implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences Throughout the Lifespan. West Virginia Child Health Conference. Charleston, WV. November 11, 2005.

Keynote Speaker. The Effects of Early Environment on Life Long Health: Lessons from the ACE Study.  Alaska Health Summit.  Anchorage, Alaska. November 28, 2005.

2004

Plenary Speaker.  San Diego Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment..  Wide Ranging Public Health Implications of Childhood Exposure To Abuse, Domestic Violence and Related Adverse Childhood Experiences.   January 30, 2004.

Keynote Address.  The Lasting Effects of Sexual Abuse and Other Adverse Childhood Experiences.  First Regional Child Victimization Conference:  A Focus on Cultural Factors.  April 20, 2004.  Washington, D.C.

Keynote Address.  Understanding the Lasting Effects of Childhood Abuse and Related Experiences.  10th Anniversary Celebration of the Durant Children’s Center.  May 13, 2004. Florence, SC.

Keynote Address.  The Enduring Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Health and Social Well-Being.  Paving the Way to Our Children’s Future.  Sponsored by the National Call to Action to Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect.  May 21, 2004. Lakeport, CA.

Keynote Address. “Building Justice for Children.”  Biennial statewide training seminar sponsored by the New York State Child Advocacy Resource and Consultation Center (CARCC).  Sheraton Hotel, Syracuse NY.  October 1st, 9-10 am.

Plenary Address. The Wide Ranging Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences.   8th Child Maltreatment Conference: Best Practices in Caring for Children. Sponsored  through DeVos Children’s Hospital and  Michigan State University. October 5, 2004. Grand Rapids, MI.

Keynote Address for Community and Hospital Grand Rounds Presentor (am).  Reading Hospital, West Reading, Pennsylvania.  October 12-13, 2004.

Plenary Speaker.  The Long-term Effects of Domestic Violence on Health.  Sponsored by the Family Violence Prevention Fund.  Park Plaza Hotel, Boston Massachusetts.  October 22-23, 2004

Keynote Address.  Understanding the Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  For conference entitled: “Preventing Maltreatment Through Building Parental Capacity.”  Sponsored by the Prevention Council of London and Middlesex.  Ontario, Canada.  October 28-29, 2004.

Plenary Speaker.  “Dare to Act Conference”.  Sponsored by the National Trauma Consortium.  Renaissance Harborplace Hotel, Baltimore, MD.  Dec 1-2, 2004.

2003

The Implications of Adverse Childhood Experiences for Medicine and Public Health.  Symposium on the Effects of Childhood Abuse.  Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.  Baltimore, MD. November, 2002.

Plenary Speaker.  Portland Maine.  University of New England.  Symposium on Domestic Violence.  The Wide Ranging Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  April 3, 2003.

Plenary Speaker  Walter Reed Army Medical Center.   Forensics Symposium: Families, Violence and Trauma.  The Role of Domestic Violence and Related Adverse Childhood Experiences on Health. April !6, 2003. Bethesda, MD.

Keynote Speaker Seattle.  Ft. Lewis Army Center.  The Wide Ranging Health and Social Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  April 17, 2003.

Plenary Speaker.  Ohio Community Forum on Child Abuse for the National Call to ActionThe Numerous Effects of Childhood Abuse and Related Adverse Childhood Experiences. . May 10, 2003.  Columbus, OH.

Plenary Speaker. Annual Leadership Conference of the National Children’s Alliance.    The Wide Ranging Health and Social Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences. June 9, 2003.  Washington, DC.

International Conference on Health Promotion.   The Need to Routinely Screen for Adverse Childhood Experiences.  October, 24-27, 2003.  Atlanta, GA.

2001-2002

The Wide Ranging Health and Social Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  2001 U.S. Army Behavioral Science Postgraduate Short Course. Bethesda, MD. August, 2001

Plenary Speaker . The Wide Ranging Health and Social Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  2001 U.S. Army Behavioral Science Postgraduate Short Course. Bethesda, MD. August, 2001

Negative impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on the Performance of the Workforce. 129th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Atlanta, GA (Oct 21-25, 2001).

Keynote Speaker.  The Wide Ranging Health and Social Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences.  U.S. Army Force Health Protection Conference. Baltimore, MD. August, 2002.

2000

Keynote Speaker. The Varied Consequences of Child Abuse and Related Exposures.  Sponsored by the Alaska State Health Department.  Juneau, AK. October 2000.

Keynote Speaker. The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study.  Sponsored by the Alaska State Health Department and the U.S. Air Force.  Anchorage, AK. October 2000.

Keynote Speaker. The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study.  Sponsored by the Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce and the Alaska Coalition to Prevent Child Abuse.  Fairbanks, AK. October 2000.

 

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