Dryhootch Wisconsin Warrior Summit 2017

Dryhootch Wisconsin Warrior Summit 2017

The Dryhootch Partnership for Veteran Health, a community/academic partnership, is seeking abstract submissions for posters and oral breakout session presentations that describe scholarly projects, research and/or lesson learned from projects working with veterans, active duty, and military families as part of the Wisconsin Warrior Summit.  Submissions will undergo peer review and will be published as a local conference proceedings document.

Accepted presentations/posters will also be encouraged to join a special issue on veteran community engaged research in the Journal of Humanistic Psychology.

Sponsored By: The Dryhootch Partnership for Veteran Health, UW-Milwaukee MAVRC, Medical College of Wisconsin, Zablocki VA Medical Center, Mental Health America of Wisconsin, and Marquette University 

Conference Theme: Veteran Collaborative Research & Clinical Innovation: A Joint Mission for Community, Clinicians and Scholars

Date: Friday, September 29th, 2017

Location:  University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee – Union Building

Keynote Speaker:  Dr. Bryan Semaan, School of Information Studies & Institute for Veterans and Military Families, Syracuse University, NY

Website and Pre-Registration: http://dryhootchpartners4health.org/warrior-summit

Submission Deadline: August 18, 2017

Submission Deadline Extended:  August 31, 2017

Suggested Topics for Submission

  • Post Deployment Experiences
  • Student Veteran Transitions
  • Civilian Reintegration
  • Moral Injury
  • Information Systems and Mobile Health
  • Veteran Courts
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Depression and Suicide Prevention
  • Military Families
  • Treatment Advances
  • Wrap-around Services
  • Veteran Peer Mentorship
  • Employment & Retraining
  • Veteran Studies
  • Military Experience and the Arts
  • Community Partnership Strategies with Veteran Organizations

Presentation Types

  • Collaborative, interdisciplinary symposia: 90-minute group presentations optimally integrating veteran, researcher/scholar, and clinical perspectives on collaboratively developed projects designed to address complex issues with veteran care.  Projects can be at any stage of development, but should be able to demonstrate meaningful engagement across the perspectives of the different stakeholder groups, negotiating differences in approach and priorities.  Projects that utilize a Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR), Community Engagement in Research (CEnR), or Collaborative Design perspective are particularly encouraged to apply.
  • Extended Poster Discussion: Posters focused on research, scholarship, and/or clinical innovation focused on veterans.  Poster session is designed to encourage active discussion between presenters and attendees from a wide variety of backgrounds.  Veteran related projects at any stage are welcome, including undergraduate and graduate student research, as well as works by veterans and veteran serving organizations.

Katherine July
kjuly@mcw.edu


NIH Funding Acknowledgment: Important Reminder – Please acknowledge the NIH when publishing papers, patents, projects, and presentations resulting from the use of CTSI resources by including the NIH Funding Acknowledgement.

PARTNERS

Zablocki VA Medical CenterMedical College of WisconsinMSOE