2017

Listed by month

Flynn, P. M. (2017, February). Research update from the Institute of Behavioral Research at TCU. Invited presentation at the South Southwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center (SSWATTC; HHS Region 6) Advisory Group Meeting, Austin, TX.

Elkington, K., Oser, C., DiClementi, R., Sales, J., Gardner, S., Wiley, T., Knight, D., Staples-Horne, M., Tindall, M., Cawood, M., & Spaulding, A. (2017, March). Establishing feasibility of the JJ_health partnership approach to increasing HIV-testing of youth on probation. Presentation at the 10th Academic & Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health, Atlanta, GA.

Knight, K. (2017, March). Addiction treatment and judicial decision making. Invited keynote presentation at Justice Leaders Systems Change Initiative (JLSCI), Tehama County, Red Bluff, CA.

Lehman, W. E. K. (2017, April). Principles of effective treatment within criminal justice settings. Workshop presentation at the National TASC Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Belenko, S., Robertson, A., Knight, D., Dennis, M., & Smith, C. (2017, July). Using data to identify gaps and track improvements in linking delinquent youth to community behavioral health services: Results from analyses of the behavioral health services cascade. Presented at the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) 35th Congress, Prague, Czech Republic.

Knight, D., Knudsen, H., & Johnson, I. (2017, July). Substance use identification, referral, and treatment among juvenile offenders: Probation officer attitudes and practices. Presented at the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) 35th Congress, Prague, Czech Republic.

Knight, K. (2017, July). 4 principles for improving reentry for justice-involved individuals with a history of substance use. Invited presentation at The International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) 35th Congress, Prague, Czech Republic.

Knight, K. (2017, September). Principles of addiction treatment and their application in judicial decision making. Invited keynote presentation at Justice Leaders Systems Change Initiative (JLSCI), Reno, NV.

Becan, J., Fisher, J., Knight, D., Hogue, A., Aarons, G., & Wiley, T. (2017, October). Assessing process improvement plans to address substance use needs among juvenile justice involved youth in large-scale multisite studies. Presentation at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference, Madison, WI.

Knight, D., Joe, G., Becan, J., & Knudsen, H. (2017, October). Multiple perspectives on the importance and use of substance use services for youth under community supervision. Presentation at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference, Madison, WI.

Lehman, W. E. K., Pankow, J., Rowan, G. A., & Blue, T. R. (2017, October). What is StaySafe and will probationers use it and like it? Symposium presentation at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference, Madison, WI.

Lehman, W. E. K., Pankow, J., Rowan, G. A., & Blue, T. (2017, October). Using StaySafe for improving decision making and increasing confidence to avoid risky behaviors. Symposium presentation at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference, Madison, WI.

Pankow, J., Rowan, G. A., Blue, T., & Lehman, W. E. K. (2017, October). Gender differences in using StaySafe. Presented at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference, Madison, WI.

Pankow, J., Rowan, G. A., Blue, T., & Lehman, W. E. K. (2017, October). StaySafe for women’s health issues. Symposium presentation at the Addiction Health Services Research Conference, Madison, WI.

Knight, K. (2017, November). 3+ principles of behavioral change for substance use disorders. Invited keynote presentation, John Peter Smith Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Fort Worth, TX.

Knight, D., Becan, J., & Pankow, J. (2017, November). Benefits of using local data to improve how new practices are implemented. Presentation at The American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA.

Knight, K. (2017, December). Using the principles of addiction treatment to inform judicial decision making. Invited keynote presentation at Justice Leaders Systems Change Initiative (JLSCI), Las Vegas, NV.