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Oral Presentations - National/International

Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL, Ferrara M, Meier S, Manzi H, Billings, D., Zenger , K. (October 2016). “It's my body:” The role of telehealth in increasing contraceptive access among rural women in South Carolina. Accepted for oral presentation at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting & Exposition, Denver, CO.

Booth K, Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL, Dempsey A. (October 2016). Communicating reproduction: A qualitative analysis of postpartum contraceptive choice. Accepted for oral presentation at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting & Exposition, Denver, CO.

Higa M, DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B. (October 2016). Health information seeking behaviors among women in rural South Carolina: The role of deliberation in synthesizing multiple sources. Accepted for oral presentation at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting & Exposition, Denver, CO.

Smith E, Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL. (October 2016). “Nobody ever asks me:” Formative audience research to address rural health disparities utilizing a reproductive justice framework. Accepted for roundtable presentation at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting & Exposition, Denver, CO.

DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B, Ferrara M, Higa M, Grzejdziak M, Meier S. (April 2016). Fulfilling the Promise of Telehealth: A Case Study of South Carolina. Accepted for presentation in in 67th Society for Public Health Education Annual Meeting. Charlotte, NC.

Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL, Ferrara M, Smith E, McInnis S. (April 2016). “People are Struggling in this Area:” Formative Audience Research to Develop a Rural Telemedicine Intervention. Accepted for presentation in 67th Society for Public Health Education Annual Meeting. Charlotte, NC.

Meier S, Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL. (November 2015). Beyond a legacy of coercion: Long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) and social justice in 143rd Annual American Public Health Association Meeting and Exposition. Chicago, IL.

Wiseley A, DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B. (November 2015). Myth of menstruation: How menstrual regulation and suppression impacts contraceptive choice in 143rd Annual American Public Health Association Meeting and Exposition. Chicago, IL.

Poster Presentations- National/International

DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B, Moxley GE, Banks K, Bishop A, Rathbun, L. (September 2016). Castor oil as a natural alternative to labor induction: A retrospective descriptive study. Accepted for poster presentation at the American Association of Birth Centers (AABC) Birth Institute. Pittsburgh, PA.

Flock E, Sundstrom B, Ferrara M, DeMaria AL. (October 2016). Making meaning of health: Analyzing women’s voices to address rural health disparities in South Carolina. Accepted for poster presentation at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting & Exposition, Denver, CO.

Kollath-Cattano C, DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B, McInnis S, Manzi H, Kooper A, Thomas K. (October 2016). Formative research to develop an empirically grounded collegiate recovery program. Accepted for poster presentation at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting & Exposition, Denver, CO.

DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B, Moxley GE, Banks K, Bishop A, Rathbun, L. (April 2016). Castor oil as a natural alternative to labor induction: A retrospective descriptive study. Accepted for presentation in 24th Annual Congress of the Academy of Women’s Health. Washington, DC.

Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL, Ferrara M, Gabel C, Grzejdziak M, Booth K, Cabot J. (November 2015). It's Your Place: Development and evaluation of an evidence-based bystander intervention campaign in 143rd Annual American Public Health Association Meeting and Exposition. Chicago, IL.

DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B, Moxley GE. (April 2015). Predicting women's responses to contraceptive campaign messages: An application of the theory of planned behavior. Accepted for presentation at the 66th Annual Society for Public Health Education Meeting. Portland, OR.

Payne JB, Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL. (November 2014). Exploring fertility concerns and long-acting reversible contraceptive choice among young women at the 142nd Annual American Public Health Association Meeting and Exposition. New Orleans, LA.

DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B, Fox-Epstein M. (November 2014). Investigating correlates of daily and nondaily contraception use among college-aged women at the 142nd Annual American Public Health Association Meeting and Exposition. New Orleans, LA.

Oral Presentations - State/Regional

Sundstrom B, Ferrara M, DeMaria AL, *Payne JB, *Baker-Whitcomb A. (April 2016). The importance of uncertainty on young women’s contraceptive choice in Southern States Communication Association Annual Meeting. Austin, TX.

Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL, Ferrara M, Smith E, Higa M, McInnis S, Meier S. (February 2016). “People are Struggling in this Area:” Fulfilling the Promise of Telehealth in South Carolina. Accepted for presentation in Medical University of South Carolina Women’s Health Research Day. Charleston, SC.

Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL, Jones A, Meier S. (June 2015). Designing effective contraceptive campaign messages: A theory-based research approach at the S.C. Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Summer Institute. Columbia, SC.

DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B, Ferrara M, Gabel C, Grzjdziak M, Smith E, Cabot J. (April 2015). It’s Your Place: Development and evaluation of an evidence-based bystander intervention campaign in Medical University of South Carolina Women’s Health Research Day. Charleston, SC.

Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL. (October 2014). It’s not my place: Formative evaluation research to design a bystander intervention campaign at the College of Charleston. College of Charleston Honors College Faculty Lecture Series. Charleston, SC.

DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B. (September 2013). Women’s health research study: Reproduction and sexual health behaviors among college-aged women in College of Charleston Honors College Faculty Lecture Series. Charleston, SC.

Poster Presentations- State/Regional

Manzi H, Kollath-Cattano C, DeMaria,AL, McInnis SM, Kooper A, Thomas K. (April 2016). Formative research to develop an empirically grounded collegiate recovery program. Accepted for presentation at the Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Conference, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA.

Booth K., Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL, Dempsey A. (April 2016). Communicating reproduction: A qualitative analysis of postpartum contraceptive choice. Accepted for presentation at the Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Conference, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA.

DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B, Moxley GE, Banks K, Bishop A, Rathbun L. (February 2016). Castor oil as a natural alternative to labor induction: A retrospective descriptive study. Accepted for presentation in Medical University of South Carolina Women’s Health Research Day. Charleston, SC. [NOTE: this poster received the first place award for the conference poster session]

DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B, Moxley GE, Banks K, Bishop A. (August 2015). The effectiveness of castor oil as a natural alternative to labor induction in 2015 Celebration of Summer Scholars: Exposition of Faculty and Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity at the College of Charleston. Charleston, SC.

Gabel C, Booth K, Grzejdziak M, Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL, Ferrara M. (August 2015). It’s Your Place: Development and evaluation of an evidence-based bystander intervention campaign in 2015 Celebration of Summer Scholars: Exposition of Faculty and Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity at the College of Charleston. Charleston, SC. 

Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL, *Smith E, *McInnis M. (August 2015). “People are struggling in this area”: Formative audience research to develop a telemedicine intervention in 2015 Celebration of Summer Scholars: Exposition of Faculty and Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity at the College of Charleston. Charleston, SC.

Grzejdziak M, Higa M, Meier S, Ferrara M, Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL. (August 2015). Fulfilling the promise of telehealth: A South Carolina case study of theory-based formative research aimed to explore current models of telemedicine in 2015 Celebration of Summer Scholars: Exposition of Faculty and Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity at the College of Charleston. Charleston, SC.

Higa M, Grzejdziak M, Meier S, DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B. (August 2015). Fulfilling the promise of telehealth: A South Carolina case study in 2015 Celebration of Summer Scholars: Exposition of Faculty and Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity at the College of Charleston. Charleston, SC.

Sundstrom B, DeMaria A, Meier S, Jones A, Moxley G, McInnis S. (April 2015). “It makes you rethink your choice of the Pill:” Theory-based formative research to design a contraceptive choice campaign in Medical University of South Carolina Women’s Health Research Day. Charleston, SC.

Gabel C, Grzejdziak M, Sundstrom B, DeMaria A, Ferrara M, Cabot J. (March 2015). It’s your place: Development of an evidence-based bystander intervention campaign in 14th Annual Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

Meier S, Sundstrom B, DeMaria A. (March 2015). Beyond a legacy of coercion: Long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) and coercion in 14th Annual Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B, Grzejdziak M, Booth K, Adams H, Gabel C, Cabot J. (September 2014). It’s not my place: Formative evaluation research to design and implement a bystander intervention campaign in 2014 Fall Educational Conference of the North Carolina Public Health Association. Wilmington, NC.

Moxley GE, Meier S, DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B. (August 2014). Predicting women’s responses to contraceptive campaign messages: An application of the theory of planned behavior in 2014 Celebration of Summer Scholars: Exposition of Faculty and Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity at the College of Charleston. Charleston, SC.

Gabel C, Booth K, Grzejdziak M, DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B, Cabot J. (August 2014). It’s not my place: Formative evaluation research to design a bystander intervention campaign in 2014 Celebration of Summer Scholars: Exposition of Faculty and Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity at the College of Charleston. Charleston, SC.

Meier S, Moxley GE, Sundstrom B, DeMaria AL. (August 2014). Understanding knowledge, attitudes, and behavioral determinants for contraceptive use decision making among reproductive-aged women in 2014 Celebration of Summer Scholars: Exposition of Faculty and Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity at the College of Charleston. Charleston, SC.

Moxley GE, DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B. (April 2014). The promise of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC): Formative research to develop a contraceptive access campaign in 12th Annual Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Conference. Towson, MD.

Payne JB, DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B. (April 2014). Perceptions and correlates of pubic hair removal and grooming among college-aged women: A mixed methods approach in 12th Annual Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Conference. Towson, MD.

Payne JB, DeMaria AL, Sundstrom B. (August 2013). Perceptions and correlates of pubic hair removal and grooming among college-aged women in 2013 Celebration of Summer Scholars: Exposition of Faculty and Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity at the College of Charleston. Charleston, SC.

Baker-Whitcomb A, Sundstrom B. (August 2013). The false choice: A qualitative analysis of long-acting reversible contraception n 2013 Celebration of Summer Scholars: Exposition of Faculty and Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity at the College of Charleston. Charleston, SC.