Research Evaluation

Susan Li and Pacific University team at NMCS in January 2017

MIKE Program Research Outcomes Presentations: 2017

• March 30-April 1, 2017, Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference (SPPAC), Multicultural Integrated Kidney Education Program (MIKE Program) and Pacific University: A Collaborative Partnership to Address Pediatric Chronic Disease, Portland, Oregon. For more information, visit: SPPAC.

• January 4-6, 2017, National Multicultural Conference and Summit (NMCS), Experiences and Findings from MIKE Program: Co-creating Culturally-informed Health Education Promotion Programs for Diverse Youth, Portland, Oregon. For more information, visit: NMCS.

(Pictured: Susan T. Li, PhD, Professor and Director of Human Diversity, School of Professional Psychology, Pacific University, stands in the center between Tara Sharifan and Jillian Freitas at the National Multicultural Conference and Summit poster presentation, 2017.)

Past Presentations

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• July 7-9, 2016, American Psychological Association (APA) Division 45 (Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity and Race) Research Conference, Chronic Disease Education with Disadvantaged Youth in an Alternative School, Stanford, California.
For more information, visit: APA Division 45.

• September 29 - October 2, 2016, National Latina/o Psychological Association (NLPA) Conference, A Mixed Method Evaluation of MIKE’s Latino Adolescent Health Promotion Program, Orlando, Florida.
For more information, visit: NLPA.

• March 18-21, 2015, Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine Conference, Creating Lasting Change in Health Habits: Multicultural Integrated Kidney Education Program (MIKE’s) Progress towards Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention for Adolescents, Los Angeles, California
For more information, visit: Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine

• March 20-22, 2014, Society of Research on Adolescence Conference, Predicting Health Behaviors for Adolescents in MIKE Program: Preventing Chronic Kidney Disease for High-Risk Low-Income Youth, Austin, Texas
For more information, visit: Society of Research on Adolescence

• March 23-26, 2014, Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine Conference, Preliminary Longitudinal Findings from MIKE Program: Preventing Precursors to Kidney Disease in Low-Income Minority Adolescents, Austin, Texas
For more information, visit: Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine

• April 24-27, 2014, Western Psychological Association Conference, MIKE Program: Preventing Chronic Kidney Disease among Low-Income Minority Youth, Portland, Oregon
For registration information, visit: Western Psychological Association

• June 13, 2014, Familias en Accion Latino Health Equity Conference, Longitudinal Health-Related Outcomes of MIKE Program for Latino Adolescents, and Changing Health Behaviors for Latino Youth Engaged in MIKE Program, Portland, Oregon
For more information, visit: Familias en Accion Latino Health Equity Conference

• June 19-21, 2014, American Psychological Association Division 45 Research Conference, Infusing Culturally-Informed Practices to Enhance MIKE Program’s Kidney Disease Prevention, Eugene, Oregon
For more information, visit: APA Division 45 Research Conference

• Li, S., Neal, C., & Pagenstecher, L. (2012, October). Promoting health behaviors in the school setting: Findings across five cohorts of MIKE Program. Poster presented at the Society for Public Health Education Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

• Li, S., Neal, C., Sage, N., & Pagenstecher, L. (2012, March).  Pacific University and MIKE Program: A community partnership.  Poster presented at Our Community Gathering, Portland, OR.

• Li, S. (2012, March).  Keynote speaker at Our Community Gathering: A celebration of MIKE Program volunteers during National Kidney Month, Portland, OR.

• Li, S., Sage, N., & Neal, C. (2012, April).  Increased knowledge and personal goals achieved by youth participating in Multicultural Integrated Kidney Education Program.  Poster presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association Conference, Reno, NV.

• Sage, N. & Li, S. T. (2012, April). MIKE Program improves health self-efficacy and personal goals in minority youth at-risk for kidney disease.  Poster presented at the Western Psychological Association Conference, San Francisco-Burlingame, CA.

• Sage, N., Li, S. T., & Neal, C. (2011, October).  Understanding prevention of chronic kidney disease in at-risk youth: Examination of Multicultural Integrated Kidney Education Program (MIKE Program).  Poster presented at the Oregon Public Health Association Conference, Corvallis, OR.