Way to go, EcoLab!
Shoutout to Joy Agner for helping organize the International Conference on Healthy and Resilient Aging in Honolulu! And to Jack for presenting his paper: "Understanding the Development of Multiple Chronic Conditions in Older Adults Using Latent Class Analysis"!
EcoLab at H-PEA
Jack Barile, Stevy Scarbrough, and Anna Smith presented demonstrations at the 2016 HPEA Conference in Kaneohe, HI! Jack presents: "When it Works for Some: How to Use Statistical Methodologies to Help Identify Moderators of Program Effects" and Stevy Scarbrough and Anna Smith present "Using Photovoice in Program Evaluation".
Tonight was the opening reception for the art exhibit featuring work from our Photovoice group with IHS Housing First clients! A collaborative effort with IHS, the City, and the College of Social Sciences, the reception took place at Honolulu Hale and featured remarks from the mayor, the dean of the College of Social Science, IHS Chaplain Terry Ogawa, Dr. Jack Barile, Anna Smith, and two of our client photographers! Thanks to everyone who made this event possible! Please check out the exhibit, which will be up through July 19th in the Honolulu Hale Courtyard. See KITV news coverage here.
Joy in San Fran
Joy Agner presented her and Jack's poster, "Proxy Versus Self-report: Assessing Health-related Quality of Life and Functional Status in Older Adults" at the Society for Prevention Research 24th Annual Meeting in San Fran!
Stevy Scarbrough graduated with her Master's. Congrats, Stevy!
The Eco-Lab had a fun end-of-the-semester pau hana at Himalayan Kitchen! Thanks, everyone, for a fun (and productive) semester!
Congratulations to lab member, Stevy Scarbrough, for successfully defending her thesis on the relationship between cultural/ethnic identity and perceptions of wellness! Yay Stevy! Now onward to your PhD! :)
Joy Agner presented her poster, "Re-thinking Inclusion: Intersections with Culture, Stigma and Accessibility", at the 32nd Annual Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity in Honolulu!