Upcoming Appearances

 

Past Appearances

American Psychological Association Annual Meeting

Unnamed Venue Atlanta GA

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American Public Health Association – Annual Meeting

Ernest N. Morial New Orleans Convention Center New Orleans LA

APHA’s Annual Meeting & Exposition serves as the home for public health professionals to convene, learn, network and engage with peers. Dr Mays and BRITE Center participants will present on the following topics at this year’s APHA meeting:

American Psychological Association – Board of Professional Affairs Meeting

The Board of Professional Affairs is responsible for recommending and implementing APA policy, standards and guidelines for the profession of psychology, maintaining relationships with other professional organizations and groups appropriate to its mission, recognizing contributions to the profession of psychology through awards and honors, proposing to the association ways to enhance the profession of psychology Learn more…

National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics – Full Committee Meeting

National Center for Health Statistics Hyattsville MD

The National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics was established by Congress to serve as an advisory body to the Department of Health and Human Services on health data, statistics and national health information policy. It fulfills important review and advisory functions relative to health data and statistical problems of national and international interest, stimulates Learn more…

2014 SAMHSA Voice Awards

Royce Hall UCLA Campus Los Angeles

On Wednesday, August 13, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) will recognize television and film screenwriters and producers, and more who educate the public about substance use and mental disorders at the 2014 Voice Awards, held on the UCLA campus.  Now in its ninth year, the Voice Awards event brings together the behavioral health Learn more…

UCSF Alliance Health Project

Genentech Hall UCSF Mission Bay Campus San Francisco

Upon completion of the symposium, participants will be able to: 1. Describe how homosexuality and gender issues have been historically viewed by mental health organizations; 2. Identify common mental health disparities for members of LGBTQ communities; 3. Explicate the current theory for the development of these disparities; 4. List and explain the main areas of current LGBTQ mental and behavioral health research; 5. Identify research deficits and an agenda for future research necessary to mitigate these deficits.

American Psychological Association – Board of Professional Affairs Meeting

The Board of Professional Affairs is responsible for recommending and implementing APA policy, standards and guidelines for the profession of psychology, maintaining relationships with other professional organizations and groups appropriate to its mission, recognizing contributions to the profession of psychology through awards and honors, proposing to the association ways to enhance the profession of psychology Learn more…

American Psychological Association Annual Convention

Hawai‘i Convention Center Honolulu HI

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Institute of Medicine–Board on the Health of Select Populations

Unnamed Venue Baltimore MD

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AcademyHealth–Annual Research Meeting

Balitmore Convention Center Baltimore MD

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National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics

National Center for Health Statistics 3311 Toledo Road MD

Joint Roundtable on Health Data Needs for Community Change

American College of Epidemiology Case Studies Meeting

St. Louis MO

Mental Health Disorders, Gun Violence and Gun Policies

Meeting of Society for Personality and Social Psychology

Unnamed Venue San Diego, CA

This symposium will bring together psychophysiologists, health psychologists, and public health researchers that study chronic physiological stress and health outcomes as a function of discrimination experiences or prejudicial attitudes.  As such, the symposium will feature multi-method and interdisciplinary approaches thatshow that prejudice is not good for anyone: neither the victims nor the perpetrators. Dr. Mays Learn more…

National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics Meeting,

Unnamed Venue Washington, DC

This national committee advises the Department of Health and Human Services Data Council on health data, statistics, privacy, national health information policy, and strategies to best address these issues. Dr. Mays was appointed by the House of Representatives to be a member of the Full Committee, Populations Subcommittee and Privacy and Confidentiality Subcommittee.

Cultural Integration in Clinical Science Training and Research, Department of Psychology, Clinical Area

University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan

 Dr. Mays is an invited speaker.

Institute of Medicine Committee on Data Systems for Monitoring HIV/AIDS Care, Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice.

Institute of Medicine Irvine, CA

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National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics Meeting

Unnamed Venue Washington, DC

This national committee advises the Department of Health and Human Services Data Council on health data, statistics, privacy, national health information policy and strategies to best address these issues. Dr. Mays was appointed by the House of Representatives to be a member of the Full Committee, Populations Subcommittee and Privacy and Confidentiality Subcommittee.

National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities Meeting, Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health

Unnamed Venue Las Vegas, Nevada

The NPA is a public-private initiative that seeks to mobilize a nationwide, comprehensive, community-driven, and sustained approach to combating health disparities and to move the nation toward achieving health equity. Dr. Mays is an appointed member of the Region IX Health Equity Council.

AIDSImpact 10th International Meeting

SantaFe Community Conference Center Santa Fe, New Mexico

This conference will address the need to advance a public health approach to sexual health in the United States, and will honor the memory and lifetime work of Professor Martin Fishbein.  Also attending from UCLA: Dr. Susan D. Cochran. Dr. Mays presents on Tuesday, September 13: Experiences with discrimination in receiving health care: Does HIV infection Learn more…

Institute of Medicine, Committee on Data Systems for Monitoring HIV/AIDS Care, Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice

Institute of Medicine Washington, DC

This meeting will include a presentation on the HHS Twelve Cities and Enhanced Comprehensive HIV Prevention Planning Project.