Preventing Structural Gender-based Violence on a University Campus: Advancing the Bystander Concept to Upstander Intervention

Title: Preventing Structural Gender-based Violence on a University Campus: Advancing the Bystander Concept to Upstander InterventionPresenters: Bobby Younce, MSW and Diana Powell, MSW, University of UtahDate: 5/12/21Brief Description: Discussing a new model to prevent structural, gender-based violence on a university campusKeywords/Main Subjects: Gender-based violence, bystander intervention, upstander interventionCopyright: copyright Bobby Younce and Diana Powell ©2021Contact: u1270561@utah.edu Q&A: https://youtu.be/qFPrzUVE8CY?t=13836

COVID-19 Vaccination Intent Relates to HPV Vaccination Receipt

Title: COVID-19 Vaccination Intent Relates to HPV Vaccination ReceiptPresenter: Kaila Christini, MsPH, Huntsman Cancer InstituteDate: 5/12/21Brief Description: Discussing how COVID-19 vaccination intent relates to the receipt of HPV vaccinationKeywords/Main Subjects: COVID-19, COVID, pandemic, vaccination, HPVCopyright: copyright Kaila Christini ©2021Contact: kaila.christini@hci.utah.edu Q&A: https://youtu.be/qFPrzUVE8CY?t=13836

Methamphetamine Rewards and Brain Dopamine May Increase with Housing at Moderate Altitude in Females: Sex-Based Animal Model Studies

Title: Methamphetamine Rewards and Brain Dopamine May Increase with Housing at Moderate Altitude in Females- Sex-Based Animal Model StudiesPresenter: Shami Kanekar, PhD, University of Utah School of MedicineDate: 5/12/21Brief Description: Discussing whether living at altitude poses a biological risk for meth abuseKeywords/Main Subjects: Animal model studies, dopamine, meth use at altitude, Copyright: copyright Shami Kanekar ©2021Contact: Shami.Kanekar@hsc.utah.edu Q&A: https://youtu.be/qFPrzUVE8CY?t=13836

Perceptions of Gender Inequality Among Academic Authors of Outcomes Research

Title: Perceptions of Gender Inequality Among Academic Authors of Outcomes ResearchPresenter: Monet Luloh, University of Utah College of PharmacyDate: 5/12/21Brief Description: Examining associations between sociodemographic characteristics and perceived difficulty with receiving accurate author attributionKeywords/Main Subjects: ICJME, academic authorship, gender inequalityCopyright: copyright Monet Luloh ©2021 Q&A: https://youtu.be/qFPrzUVE8CY?t=13836

Assessing Residents’ Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Knowledge, Confidence, and Self-Efficacy: A Novel Simulated Patient Workshop

Title: Assessing Residents’ Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Knowledge, Confidence, and Self-Efficacy: A Novel Simulated Patient WorkshopPresenter: Jennifer Kaiser, MD, University of Utah Division of Family Planning; Alyson Shinn, DO, University of Utah Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology; Ocean Candler, BS, Planned Parenthood Associated of UtahContributors: A. Sheinberg (Planned Parenthood Associated of Utah), J. Sanders (University …

Therapeutics Targeting Brain Bioenergetics may be Effective as Antidepressants in Altitude-related Treatment-Resistant Depression: Sex-based Animal Model Studies

Title: Therapeutics Targeting Brain Bioenergetics may be Effective as Antidepressants in Altitude-related Treatment-Resistant Depression: Sex-based Animal Model StudiesPresenter: Shami Kanekar, PhD, University of Utah Department of Psychiatry and VISN19 Rocky Mountain MIRECC & US Department of Veterans AffairsContributors: H.J. Ombach (University of Utah Department of Psychiatry), J. Brown (University of Utah Department of Psychiatry), M.D. Hoffman …

Increasing Afghan-American Women’s Awareness of Cervical Cancer Prevention

Title: Increasing Afghan-American Women’s Awareness of Cervical Cancer PreventionPresenter: Nabilah Safi, BSN, University of Utah College of NursingProject Chair: Deb Penney, PhD, MS, MPH, CNM; University of Utah College of NursingDate: 5/14/20Brief Description: A project to increase awareness and prevention of cervical cancer among Afghan-American women in the Salt Lake ValleyKeywords/Main Subjects: Cervical cancer, cancer prevention, …

Sex Differences in Subjective Cognitive Decline: Findings from BRFSS (2015–2018)

Title: Sex Differences in Subjective Cognitive Decline: Findings from BRFSS (2015–2018)Presenter: Karen Schliep, PhD, MSPH; University of Utah, Department of Family and Preventive MedicineContributors: Lily Gu, University of Utah; Fares Qeadan, PhD, University of UtahDate: 5/14/20Brief Description: Studying potential risk factors of subjective cognitive decline with a focus on sex differencesKeywords/Main Subjects: Subjective cognitive decline (SCD), …