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Association between socio-demographic factors and sleep duration
Abstract 
Sonali Salunkhe*, MD, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences

Culturally-responsive interventions for youth emotional wellbeing: A mixed-method approach
Abstract
Sonali Salunkhe*, MD, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Nicole Ford, MS, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Ashlee Van Schyndel, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Aishia Brown, PhD, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Theodore Edmonds, JD, MHA, MFA, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences

Developing community-level strategies for preventing youth violence: Lessons learned to guide future research
Abstract 
Beverly Kingston*, PhD,University of Colorado Boulder
Marc Zimmerman, PhD, University of Michigan, School of Public Health
Monica Wendel, DrPH, MA, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Deborah Gorman-Smith, PhD, University of Chicago
Erin Kelly, DrPH, MA, Colorado School of Public Health, University of Colorado
Sabrina Arredondo Mattson, PhD, University of Colorado Boulder
Aimee Trudeau, MPH,Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Hospital ownership and responses to readmissions: A resource dependence theory framework
Abstract 
Emmanuel Ezekekwu*, MHA, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences

Integrating pre-exposure prophylaxis as an HIV prevention strategy in Sub-Saharan Africa
Abstract 
Gloria Aidoo-Frimpong*, MA, MPH, University at Buffalo School of Public Health & Health Profession
Nana Ama Aya Bullock, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences

Reaching vulnerable communities: Cities use the city health dashboard to improve health equity
Abstract 
Samantha Breslin, MPA,  NYU School of Medicine
Becky Ofrane, MPH*,NYU School of Medicine
T. Gonzales, MSW, Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness & University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Hope Velarde, MPH, City of Rancho Cucamonga

Reducing the stigmatizing beliefs of in-patient nurses towards patients with substance use disorders:The evaluation of a blended learning program
Abstract 
Diane Zero*, MEd, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Andrew Scott LaJoie, PhD, MA, MSPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences

Selection of the optimal personalized treatment from a set of multiple options with multivariate outcome measures
Abstract 
KB Kulasekera*, PhD, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences

Transformative practice: Local public health practitioners as drivers for operationalizing racial equity
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T. Gonzales*, MSW, Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness & University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Aja Barbe, Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness
Sarah Moyer, MD, MPH,Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness and University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences

The decolonization of public health research: A case-study on violence prevention efforts
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Tanisha Howard*, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences

The development of the LGBTQ microaggressions in healthcare scale (LGBTQ-MHCS)
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Hallie Decker*, MSSW, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Laura Weingartner, PhD, University of Louisville,  School of Medicine
Ryan Combs, PhD, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Emily Noonan, PhD, University of Louisville,  School of Medicine
Susan Sawning, MSSW, University of Louisville,  School of Medicine

Why practice transformations occur in substance use disorder providers new to the field: The implications for abstinence only training methods
Abstract 
Diane Zero*, MEd, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences

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Become one with the community: A grounded theory study of AIDS service organizations’ HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis strategies for African Americans
Abstract 
Suur D Ayangeakaa*, PhD, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Jelani Kerr, PhD, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Ryan Combs, PhD, MA, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Lesley Harris, PhD, MSW, University of Louisville
Jeanelle Sears, PhD, MSc, MSW, Bowling Green State University
Kimberly Parker, PhD, MPH, MCHES, Frisco, TX

Exploring Approaches to Promote Maternal Health
Abstract 
Ashlee Van Schyndel*, MPH, Dept. of Health Management & Policy, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences

Exploring Approaches to Promote Sexual Health and Reduce Violence
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Ashlee Van Schyndel, MPH, Dept. of Health Management & Policy, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Deja Knight, MA, MPH

Maternal Death Surveillance and Response in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo: Enablers, barriers, and recommendations
Abstract 
Baraka Muvuka*, PhD, MPH, Liberty University
Muriel J. Harris, PhD, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Richard W. Wilson, DHSc, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Jelani Kerr, PhD, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Anne Wallis, PhD, MHS, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences

Serving the underserved: A qualitative study exploring challenges of AIDS service organizations conducting HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis outreach with African Americans
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Suur D Ayangeakaa*, PhD, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Jelani Kerr, PhD, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Ryan Combs, PhD, MA, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Lesley Harris, PhD, MSW, University of Louisville
Jeanelle Sears, PhD, MSc, MSW, Bowling Green State University
Kimberly Parker, PhD, MPH, MCHES,Frisco, TX

Years after Nuclear Bomb Testing: How Radioactive Waste Still Plagues a San Francisco Community and Threatens Public Health
Abstract 
Natasha DeJarnett, PhD, MPH, SPHIS, Program & Partnership Development, National Environmental Health Association
Katlyn McGraw, BA, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences

“We...make beauty out of blood”: A mixed methods study of violence as experienced by girls and women in Louisville, Kentucky
Abstract  
Tasha Golden*, PhD, MA, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD

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Effects of structural violence on youth development and wellbeing
Abstract 
Maury Nation*, PhD, Vanderbilt University
Monica L. Wendel, DrPH, MA, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Trinidad Jackson, PhD(c), MS, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Monique Williams, PhD(c), MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Aishia Brown, PhD, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Gabe Jones Jr., PhD, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Marlena Debreaux, MS, Vanderbilt University

Identity, norms, and attitudes in conflict: Complex determinants of violence among youth
Abstract 
Gabe Jones Jr.*, PhD, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Monica L. Wendel, DrPH, MA, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Maury Nation, PhD, Vanderbilt University
Monique Williams, PhD(c), MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Trinidad Jackson, PhD(c), MS, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Quincy Robinson, Youth Violence Prevention Research Center
Quintez Brown, Youth Violence Prevention Research Center
Halima Ahmed, Youth Violence Prevention Research Center

Narratives rooted in supremacy have terrorized the violence prevention landscape: Prioritizing structural violence prevention
Abstract 
Trinidad Jackson*, PhD(c), MS, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Monica L. Wendel, DrPH, MA, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Monique Williams, PhD(c), MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Tanisha Howard, MPH,  University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Gabe Jones Jr., PhD, MPH,University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences

Scaling up: Institutionalizing a social justice youth development approach throughout city policies and structures
Abstract 
Vincent James Sr.*,  Louisville Metro Government
Aishia Brown, PhD,University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Monique Williams, PhD(c), MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Monica L. Wendel, DrPH, MA, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Maury Nation, PhD, Vanderbilt University
Trinidad Jackson, PhD(c), MS, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences 

Social justice youth development as a strategy for preventing violence among youth
Abstract 
Monique Williams*, PhD(c), MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Aishia Brown, PhD, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Trinidad Jackson, PhD(c), MS, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Monica L. Wendel, DrPH, MA, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Gabe Jones Jr., PhD, MPH, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Quincy Robinson, Youth Violence Prevention Research Center

Structural Violence and Youth Survival: Changing the Narrative Regarding Violence Affecting Urban, Black Youth
Abstract 
Monica L. Wendel, DrPH, MA, University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences

Youth engagement and youth voice
Abstract
Gabe Jones Jr. *, PhD, MPH., University of Louisville, School of Public Health & Information Sciences
Melissa C. Mercado, PhD, MSc, MA, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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