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NCI Staff To Present Poster at National Conference on Health Disparities Research at the Intersectio
On April 25, 2013, NCI staff will be presenting a poster at Health Disparities Research at the Intersection of Race, Ethnicity and Disability: A National Conference in Washington, DC. The poster will look at what NCI data show about racial and ethnic disparities in healthcare utilization faced by individuals with ID/DD.Read More
Please join us for the 2013 Revolutionary Leaders Live Video Webinar Series!
The highly esteemed panel of speakers will share their knowledge and insight about specific topics, stories, and best practices they have discovered through their work in the disability field.
This year's Revolutionary Leaders include: Rachel Simon, Bill Baldini, Judith Snow, Peter Leidy, Al Condeluci, Marca Bristo, Michael Kendrick, Val Bradley, Jack Pearpoint, Linda Kahn, Read More
HSRI is seeking a full-time Research Director to lead the Child & Family Services team in our Tualatin, Oregon office. This position offers an exciting opportunity to oversee several current large-scale child welfare projects. These efforts are primarily research or evaluation-based study, and involve partnerships with state human services agencies, local organizations and others to complete and disseminate findings. The position requires the ability to manage and oversee multiple projects, supervise project staff, develop Read More
As part of the NCI’s efforts to offer state DD managers and stakeholders useful data for systems change, NCI data on adults with I/DD taking medications for mood, anxiety, psychosis and behavior will be presented on a national webinar. NCI staff will describe differences in use of these medications by diagnosis, by residential type, and other demographic differences. Featured will be four states’ (Ohio, Massachusetts, Missouri, Georgia) Read More
Join Punxsutawney Pete as he travels to Pittsburgh, PA to attend the 137th American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities' Annual Meeting June 3-6th, 2013. The 137th AAIDD Annual Meeting, Race to Catch the Future, will provide researchers, clinicians, practitioners, educators, policymakers, local, state and federal agencies, and advocates with cutting edge research, effective practices, and valuable information on important policy initiatives.
Registration Opens Monday March 4, 2013. More information on Read More