Dr. Amster is the Founding Director of the undergraduate, graduate, and PreSLP programs. She is an ASHA Fellow and a Board Certified Specialist in Fluency Disorders. She served as the Pennsylvania Delegate to ASHA’s Speech Pathology Advisory Council and on the Nominating Committee for the Council for Clinical Certification in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CFCC). She served as the Vice President for Professional Preparation and Continuing Education of the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association from 2008-2013. She was a member of the Steering Committee of ASHA’s Special Interest Group in Fluency Disorders. She has more than 35 years of experience as a speech-language pathologist in many settings. Her research interests involve treatment of stuttering specifically the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and understanding the nature of stuttering.
Language and speech development of children in the child welfare system
Ph.D., Speech and Hearing Science Temple University
M.S., Speech-Language Pathology, University of Pittsburgh
B.A., Speech and Theatre, Brooklyn College
COSD 511: Fluency and Stuttering
Mancinelli, J.M. & Amster, B.J. (January 2015). Rethinking ClinicalEducation. The ASHA Leader. Vol. 20, 6-7. doi:10.1044/leader.FMP.20012015.6
Gottwald, S.R., Amster, B.J., & LaSalle, L. (2010). A checklist for assessing graduate student/clinician competencies in the area of fluency. Perspectives on Fluency and Fluency Disorders. 20 6-9.
Klein, E.R. & Amster, B.J. (2010). Does a graduate class in Fluency Disorders make a difference? Perspectives on Fluency and Fluency Disorders. 20 10-14.
Amster, B.J., & Klein, E.R. (2008). Perfectionism and stuttering: Is there a connection? Invited Paper, International Stuttering Awareness Day Online Conference. http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/isad11/papers/amster11.html
Amster, B.J. (2008). Problem-based learning in fluency and stuttering. Perspectives on Fluency and Fluency Disorders.Vol. 18, No. 1, 43-47.
Amster, B.J., & Klein, E.R. (2008). Perfectionism in people who stutter: Preliminary findings using a modified cognitive-behavioral treatment approach. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 36, 35-40.
Amster, B. J. & Klein, E.R. (2007). The role of perfectionism in stuttering: A follow-up study. In J. Au-Yeung & M. M. Leahy (Eds.), Research, Treatment, and Self-Help. In Fluency Disorders: New Horizons Proceedings of the Fifth World Congress On Fluency Disorder (pp. 361-367). Dublin, Ireland, The International Fluency Association.
Klein, E.R. and Amster, B.J. (2004). “The effects of cognitive behavioral therapy with people who stutter.” In A. Packmann, A. Meltzer, and H. Peters (Eds.) Theory, Research, and Fluency Disorders: Proceedings of the Fourth World Congress of Fluency Disorders(pp. 154-160). Nijmegen, Netherlands: Nijmegen University Press.
Amster, B. J. (2002) “Some thoughts on language over-stimulation and stuttering.” Perspectives in Fluency and Fluency Disorders, Vol 12, No. 1, 8-11.
Amster, B.J. and Starkweather, C.W. (2000) Comments on “Utterance Length, Syntactic Complexity and Childhood Stuttering” by Yaruss. JSHR, 43, 810-811.
Amster, B. J., & Klein, E. R. (Eds.). (2018). More than fluency: The social, emotional, and cognitive dimensions of stuttering. San Diego, CA: Plural Publishing.
Silver, J., Amster, B. and Haecker, T. (Eds.) (1999). Young Children and Foster Care: A Guide for Professionals. Baltimore: Paul H. Brooks Publishing Company.
Amster, B. J., & Klein, E.R. (2018). The Impact of Perfectionism on Stuttering. In Amster, B. J., & Klein, E.R. (Eds.) More than Fluency: The Social, Emotional, and Cognitive Dimensions of Stuttering. San Diego,CA: Plural Publishing.
Klein, E.R. & Amster, B. J., (2018). Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for People Who Stutter. In Amster, B. J., & Klein, E.R. (Eds.) (2018). More than Fluency: The Social, Emotional, and Cognitive Dimensions of Stuttering. Plural Publishing.
Klein, E.R & Amster, B. J., (2013). Adapting a Modified CBT Program for Children Stutter, Paper presented at the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association (PSHA), April, Harrisburg, PA.
Klein, E.R & Amster, B. J., (2012) Comparing and Contrasting Stuttering and Selective Mutism to Inform Practice. Paper presented at the 7th World Congress on FluencyDisorders July, Tours, France.
Klein, E.R., & Amster, B. J., (2010) Perfectionism in Selective Mutism. Research poster presentation at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA.
Amster, B. J., & Gottwald, S. R. (2009, August). Problem-based learning in fluency and stuttering. Paper presented at the 6th World Congress on Fluency Disorders, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Amster, B.J., & Klein, E.R. (2006, July). The Role of Perfectionism in Stuttering a Follow-up Study. Paper presented at the 5th World Congress on Fluency Disorders July, Dublin, Ireland.
Amster, B.J., & Klein, E.R. (2006, April). A Preliminary Study of Perfectionism and Stuttering: Follow-up to Treatment. Paper presented to the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, King of Prussia, PA.
Amster, B.J., & Klein, E.R. (2005, November). A Preliminary Study of Perfectionism and Stuttering: Follow-up to Treatment. Paper presented to the annual meeting of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Diego, CA.
Page, J., Amster, B., Gill, C., & Griffith, S. (2010, April). Plenary Issue – Distance Education Programs: Myth vs. Reality. Invited paper presented at The Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders: The Great State of Technology: Closing the Distance, Austin, TX.
Amster, B.J., (2007, June). Problem-Based Learning in Fluency and Stuttering, Invited paper presented at the annual meeting of American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association: Special Interest Division 4, Minneapolis, MN.
Amster, B.J., (2007, March). Invited presentation to the Governor of Delaware Task Force on Solving Shortages of SLPs in DE, Starting a Master’s Program in Speech-Language Pathology: Lessons Learned, Newark, DE.
Amster, B.J., (2006, September). How La Salle University Meets the Critical National Shortage of Speech-Language Pathologists. Invited presentation to the American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association National Office, Rockville, MD.
2015 Honors of the Pennsylvania Speech-Language Hearing Association
ACE Award from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). The ACE is a formal recognition of professionals who have demonstrated their commitment to lifelong learning by earning 7.0 CEUs (70 contact hours) within a 36 month period. This award was received in 2013, 2012, 2011 2010, 2009, 2008, 2006 (two awards), 2003, 2002, and 2001.
2000-Present: Board Certified Specialist in Fluency Disorders (BCS-FD)
2007 Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
John G. Taylor, MACC, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Philadelphia, PA. He counsels individuals, couples and families that are dealing with depression, anxiety, suicidal ideations, and sexual identity. John is passionate about educational initiatives that address sexual violence and domestic violence. John has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Master’s Degree in Christian Counseling. John is currently enrolled in the Dual Masters and PhD in Human Sexuality Studies Program at Widener University. His book entitled: A Pocket Guide For Young Men Without Fathers was released January 30, 2018. John is a member of the American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHC).
Areas of Expertise
Dr. Shana Stites is a clinical psychologist and quantitative researcher. Dr. Stites earned a doctorate in clinical psychology from Chestnut Hill College and MA in Sociology from Lehigh University. She completed her internship at Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center. Her clinical concentration was in neuropsychology with special interests in multicultural competency and applied research.
Dr. Stites began her career in Public Health working in Maternal and Child Health and then Infectious Disease Epidemiology. She retains a focus on health disparities with a particular interest in how advances in gene and biomarker technologies are shifting medical practice and efforts in population health. She conducts studies addressing ethical, legal, and social challenges that arise in the context of precision medicine for neurological and psychiatric diseases. She applies a range of analytic techniques in her research including spatial analysis and techniques emerging from the paradigm of “big data” analytics.
Postgraduate Training and Fellowship Appointments
Research Publications, non-peer reviewed
Dr. Christen Rexing’s research focuses on health policy development, adoption, and evaluation, particularly at the state and federal levels. Her primary interest area is firearm injury prevention through gun safety policies; however, she also has extensive experience in tobacco control and unintentional overdosing. In addition to her teaching and research, Dr. Rexing is an advocate at local, state, and national-levels for evidence-based policy solutions. She enjoys engaging students in these efforts and incorporates these experiences into her teaching. She serves as the co-chair of Advocacy & Policy Committee for the Society for Advancement of Injury and Violence Research (SAVIR) and is a member of the Injury and Violence Prevention Network.
Areas of Expertise
Dr. Rexing teaches undergraduate and graduate public health classes, including Essentials of Public Health, Introduction to Health Policy (graduate and undergraduate), Public Health Advocacy, and undergraduate Capstone.
Rexing, C. and Ibrahim, J.K. (2012) State Tobacco Control Plans: Who Falls Outside the Plans? Am J Health Promotion. 27: 29-36. PMID: 22950923
Ibrahim, J.K. and Rexing, C. (2013) Tobacco Control Policymaking in Pennsylvania, 1997-2012 Report. Philadelphia Department of Health and the Department of Health and Human Services.
Rexing, C. and Golden, A. (2017, September). Firearms and Elections: A Review of the 2016 Primary Candidate’s Platforms to Inform Public Health Policy. Poster presentation at the National Injury & Violence Prevention Research Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.
Rexing, C., Thibeault, A., Zibalese Crawford, C. and Hohl, B. (2017, September). Developing Strategies to Prevent Youth from Obtaining Illegal Firearms. Poster presentation at the National Injury & Violence Prevention Research Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.
Rexing, C., Ibrahim, J.K., and Pohlig, R. (2015, March). Injury Prevention Through Policy: Adoption of Firearms Laws in the United States, 1993-2010. Poster presentation at the Biennial National Injury & Violence Prevention Research Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Rexing, C., Ibrahim, J.K., and Pohlig, R. (2015, March). Adoption of Stand Your Ground Laws. Oral Presentation at the Biennial National Injury & Violence Prevention Research Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Rexing, C. & Ibrahim, J.K. (2014, May). Tobacco Prevention and Control in Pennsylvania, 1998-2012. Poster presented at the annual Temple University College of Health Professions and Social Work Research Day, Philadelphia, PA.
Ibrahim, J.K. & Rexing, C. (2009, November). Policy Efforts to Reduce Minors’ Exposure to Secondhand Smoke. Conference paper presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
Rexing, C. (2009, March). A City Approach to Firearm Injury Prevention: A Case-Study of Three Cities and Their Approach to Preventing Gun Crime. Poster presentation at the Biennial National Injury & Violence Prevention Research Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Rexing, C. & Ibrahim, J.K. (2009, March). Physician Mandatory Reporting for Driving & Firearm Access Among Dementia Patients: A Federal and State Policy Review. Poster presented at the Biennial National Injury & Violence Prevention Research Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Rexing, C.& Ibrahim, J.K. (2008, October). State Tobacco Control Plans: Who Falls Outside the Plans? Poster presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
Ibrahim, J.K. & Rexing, C. (2008, October). State Tobacco Control Resources, 1998-2007: Missed Opportunities? Poster presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
Rexing, C. & Ibrahim, J.K. (2007, November). State Tobacco Control Plans: What is the Strategy Behind the Plan? Roundtable presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
Rexing, C. & Ibrahim, J.K. (2007, May). Guidance and Reporting for High Risk Elderly: Policy and Practice Implications for Continued Driving and Access to Firearms. Poster presented at the Annual College of Physicians Section on Public Health and Preventive Medicine Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
Serita M. Reels earned a Master of Public Health with a concentration in Community Health and Prevention from Drexel University School of Public Health. She also holds her Bachelors of Science in Biology with a minor in Sociology from Drexel University College of Arts and Sciences. She is currently a grant manager with LaSalle University’s Office of Ministry, Service, and Support. Serita brings superior skills in program development and evaluation, performance management, strategic planning, and coordinating state and federally funded projects that met the needs of underserved populations. She is skilled at translating public health research into practice.
Serita has a diverse set of experiences in academia, nonprofit organizations, and state government agencies. Prior to joining LaSalle, she served as the project coordinator for Philadelphia Ujima Coalition for a Healthier Community (Drexel University College of Medicine, Women’s Health Education Program) and worked as a public health program prevention specialist for the New Jersey Department of Health. Serita’s research interests include: gender and race based health disparities, adolescent health equity, health education and promotion interventions, verbal abuse, and student leadership and development.
Areas of Expertise
Núñez, A. Robertson-James, C., Reels, S., Jeter, J., Rivera, H., Yusuf, Z., Liu, F. Exploring the role of gender norms in nutrition and sexual health promotion in a high school based intervention: The Philadelphia UjimaTM experience. Journal of Evaluation and Program Planning.2015;51:70-77.
Woloski, J., Robertson-James, C., Reels, S., Núñez, A. Childcare responsibilities and women’s medical care. Journal of Women’s Health Issues & Care. 2014;3:1.
Nunez, AE., Robertson-James, C., Reels, S., Weingartner, RM., Bungy, B. Conducting a needs assessment for women and girls using a gender analysis framework: The Philadelphia Ujima Coalition for a Healthier Community Experience. Women’s Health Issues. 2012; 22(6):527-523
Public Health Coalitions in South Jersey. Panelist. Rutgers University, Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs, Forum about South Jersey. February 13, 2015.
Taking off the Holiday Pounds for a Healthier You. Oral presentation at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children. First Fridays Speaker Series, January 2013.
How to Have a Healthy Relationship: What Every Teenager Should Know. Oral presentation at Germantown High School. ER in the Classroom Program. February 2013.
Considering the Medical School Curriculum: What Doctors Don’t Know about Nutrition…and
Should! Panelist, St. Christopher’s Foundation for Children, FreshRx: The Symposium. June 2012
Train the Trainer: Philadelphia Ujima and Community/ Lay Health Workers Program. Facilitator,
Philadelphia Department of Public Health, Department of Maternal and Child Health. April 2012
Women’s Health & Gender/Cultural Research. Oral presentation. Drexel College of Medicine, Internal Medicine Resident Research Seminar. April, 2012.
Nutrition and Patient Care. Oral presentation, Drexel University College of Medicine, Women’s Health Seminar Series. February 2012
Individual, social, and community factors related to women’s health across the lifecycle. Poster presentation at the American Public Health Association 139th Annual Meeting and Exposition; 2011 Oct 29-Nov 2; Washington, DC.
The Importance of Nutrition and Fitness in the Context of HIV. Invited presenter, Dorothy Mann Center for Pediatric and Adolescent HIV at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children. SWEAT program August 2011.
Health Alert: Resuscitating Life for Future Generations – Alarming Challenges and Promising Opportunities Perspectives from Philadelphia Ujima Coalition for a Healthier Community. Speaker, NAACP Pennsylvania State Conference Annual Convention. October 2010
The Role of Social Marketing and Health Communication Programs. Oral presentation, Drexel University College of Medicine, Women’s Health Seminar Series. January 2009.
The Philadelphia Ujima Health Project: Various speaking engagements and presentation. March 2008 – August 2014.
CityLeaders Training presented by CityMatch – National Organization of Urban Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Leaders. 2014
Danielle M. Parks works for Independence Blue Cross, where she started in 2015 as a Senior Project Lead in the Informatics department, in October of 2017 she transitioned to clinical services where she currently works as a Population Health Specialist. Prior to moving into health care management Danielle spent over 15 years working in the nonprofit sector where she is responsible for the design, development, management, monitoring, evaluation and daily operation of all operational and programmatic activities of a comprehensive public health prevention program.
Danielle is also Training Specialist with the PA/Mid-Atlantic AIDS Education Training where she coordinated trainings for HIV providers and provides technical assistance to HIV health care and social service organizations in the city of Philadelphia.
Danielle began as an adjunct professor at Temple University in the Department of Public Health in 2013 and LaSalle University in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences.
Certified HIV counselor through the Philadelphia Department of Public Health AIDS Activities Coordinating Office.
Areas of Expertise
Perceptions of HIV risk among African American, heterosexual, professional women: Danielle Parks, MPH, Roberta Waite, Ed D, RN, PMHCNS, Elizabeth Gobs, MPH, CHES, Jill Foster, MD and Barbara L. Bungy, MPH, CHES
Dr. Monique Howard is the Executive Director of Women Organized Against Rape (WOAR), the only rape crisis center in Philadelphia. This organization’s mission is two pronged: eliminate rape and to provide services and advocacy for those individuals how have experienced rape or sexual assault. Dr. Howard is an accomplished public health administrator with a 20-year history of protecting and improving the health of women, families and communities. Previously, Dr. Howard was the executive director of the Office of Women’s Health at the New Jersey Department of Health. Monique oversaw the Office of Cancer Control and Prevention, the New Jersey Cancer Education and Early Detection program and the New Jersey Commission on Cancer Research. Dr. Monique Howard is the former Executive Director of the New Jersey Women and AIDS Network (NJWAN), the only female- specific AIDS service organization in NJ. Since its establishment in 1988, NJWAN has provided education and training, health/wellness and treatment adherence programs for women who are infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
Throughout her career, Dr. Monique Howard has advocated on behalf of consumers and service providers and promoted systems change to increase access and quality of care. She is committed to providing programming and services that increase the health and well-being of women and their families. Monique’s life mission is addressing the public health needs of individuals who have experienced chronic illness (i.e., diabetes, cancer, heart disease, stroke and HIV/AIDS) and examining the intersection of public health and sexual violence.
In addition to her position at WOAR, she is an advisory committee member for the Public Health Program at LaSalle University and an adjunct faculty member in the department of Public Health.
Gwyneth Eliasson received her Juris Doctor degree from Brooklyn Law School, and her master of public health degree, with a concentration in Health Systems and Policy, from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) School of Public Health (now Rutgers School of Public Health). She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Binghamton University-State University of New York. Currently, she is an adjunct professor in the Public Health program at La Salle University.
Before coming to La Salle, she was a Legal Services and public interest attorney advocating for low-income New Yorkers in administrative hearings and appeals and in federal courts. More recently, she was the first public health policy analyst with the Center for Public Health Law Research at Temple University Beasley School of Law and a consulting attorney for Rutgers School of Law, managing projects to develop a medical-legal partnership in Camden, New Jersey. She is an adjunct professor at The College of New Jersey and a guest lecturer at Rutgers School of Public Health.
She is a member of the Policy Committee in the Law Section of the American Public Health Association (APHA). She also is a member of the Health Law Section of the American Bar Association (ABA), serving on the Health Reform Task Force and the Medical Legal Partnerships Work Group. She is the editor of the newsletter of the New Jersey Public Health Association (NJPHA).
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Licenses and Certifications
Selected Recent Publications
Selected Recent Presentations
Honors and Awards
Dr. Robin Brennan is an Adjunct Assistant Professor and the Population Health Director for Inspira Health Network in New Jersey. She holds a Doctoral degree in Public Health focusing on Community Health and Prevention and a Master’s degree in Applied Psychology and Quantitative Methods. With twenty years’ experience leading and evaluating social justice and healthcare programs, Robin is committed Population Health by making an impact to reduce health disparities in communities that have been marginalized.
Areas of Expertise
Disparities Leadership Program (DLP), Graduate
Doctor of Public Health (DrPH), Community Health and Prevention
Drexel University, School of Public Health, Department of Community
Health and Prevention, Philadelphia, PA
Master of Science (MS), Applied Psychology and Quantitative Methods
Specialization in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
University of Baltimore, College of Arts and Sciences, Baltimore, MD
Bachelor of Art (BA), Psychology
West Chester University, College of Arts and Sciences, West Chester, PA
Brennan, R. & Sell, R. (2014). Mommy, Mama, or Social Mother? The Impact of Language on Lesbian Non-Birth Mothers. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing, 43, 531-538.
Lessard, L., Leng, S., & Brennan, R. (2013). Consistency of Compliance with Nutrition- Related Regulations among Delaware Child Care Centers. Childhood Obesity, 9, 233-239.
Sapatkin, D. (2013, March). Hiding from the Doctor. The Philadelphia Inquirer, Health & Science C1-C2. (Interview).
Brennan, R. (2012, April). Take it Outside. Good Housekeeping, 254 (4), 101.
Brownworth, V. (2008). Hiding in Plain Sight: Homeless LGBT Teens- Our Hidden Minority. Philadelphia Gay News. (Interview).
Brennan, R. (2005, Spring). Lesbians and Health: A Human Rights Matter. News & Views, A Publication of the American Public Health Association Student Assembly, 14-16.
Hughes, D, Maiden, K & Brennan, R. (November, 2015). Navigating the Healthcare System. American Public Health Association (APHA). Chicago, IL (Oral Presentation).
Hughes, D, Maiden, K & Brennan, R. (October, 2015). Health Literacy in Schools. American School Health Association (ASHA). Orlando, FL (Oral Presentation).
Holmes, L, Satchell, M. & Brennan, R (2015). Double Trouble for Hispanic Children: Community-Based Assessment and Intervention. Disparities Leadership Program. Santa Monica, CA (Oral Presentation)
Holmes, L, Satchell, M. & Brennan, R (2015). Double Trouble for Hispanic Children: Community-Based Assessment and Intervention. Disparities Leadership Program. Santa Monica, CA (Poster Presentation)
Hughes, D., Maiden, K, & Brennan, R. (2015). Navigating the Healthcare System. Wisconsin Health Summit. Madison, WI. (Oral Presentation).
Brennan, R. (2015). Violence against Women. Take Back the Night event. Drexel University. Philadelphia, Pa. (Invited guest speaker).
Holmes, L., Juhrden, K., Brennan, R., Datto, G., LaHurd, A., Satchell, M., Oceanic, P., & Dabney, K. (2014). Neck Circumference Predicts Racial Disparities in Asthma Severity among Patients in a Comprehensive Pediatric Center. American Public Health Association (APHA). New Orleans, La. (Poster Presentation).
Stryjewski, G., Gauntt, J., Kulp, H., Gao, Z., Hochstuhl, D., Elwell, S., Brennan, R., & Murphy, S. (2014). Extremes Of Body Mass Do Not Affect Outcomes In Critically Injured Children. Eastern Society for Pediatric Academic Society Meeting, Vancover. (Poster Presentation).
Stryjewski, G., Gauntt, J., Kulp, H., Gao, Z., Hochstuhl, D., Elwell, S., Brennan, R., & Murphy, S. (2014). Extremes Of Body Mass Do Not Affect Outcomes In Critically Injured Children. Eastern Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pa (Poster Presentation).
Brennan, R (2013). Qualitative Research Methods. Arcadia University. Philadelphia, Pa (Guest Lecture).
Brennan, R, & Sell, R. (2013). The Social and Personal Construction of Motherhood. Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA), Denver, CO (Poster Presentation).
Brennan, R. (2012). The Social and Personal Construction of Motherhood. Pennsylvania Public Health Association (PPHA), Harrisburg, PA (Poster Presentation).
Brennan, R, & Sell, R. (2011). The Social and Personal Construction of Motherhood. Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA), Atlanta, GA (Oral Presentation).
Brennan, R, (2011). The Social and Personal Construction of Motherhood. Pennsylvania Public Health Association (PPHA) Philadelphia, PA (Poster Presentation).
Brennan, R, (2011). The Transition into Parenthood. 2nd Annual Families Matter Conference, Wilmington, DE. (Panel Presentation).
Brennan, R, (2011). The Social and Personal Construction of Motherhood. Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA), Atlanta, GA, (Lecture Presentation).
Brennan, R, (2010). Women’s Health and Human Rights. 2nd Alliance for Women at Drexel Conference, Philadelphia, Pa, (Panel Presentation).
Brennan, R, (2009). HIV 101. 3rd Annual AIDS Education Youth Summit. Philadelphia, Pa, (Lecture Presentation).
Brennan, R, (2009). Women’s Human Rights. West Chester University Health Summit, West Chester, Pa, (Lecture Presentation).
Brennan, R, (2008). Does Marriage Matter? West Chester University LGBTA Workshop, West Chester, Pa, (Lecture Presentation).
Brennan, R, (2008). Harm Reduction and Youth. 2nd Annual AIDS Education Youth Summit. Philadelphia, Pa, (Lecture Presentation).
Brennan, R, & Everett, M. (2008). The Next Generation of At-Risk Youth and Prevention. Harm Reduction Coalition National Conference, Miami, FL, (Lecture Presentation).
Brennan, R, (2007). Youth and AIDS. 1st Annual AIDS Education Youth Summit. Philadelphia, Pa, (Lecture Presentation).
Brennan, R, (2007). HIV 101, Temple University School of Medicine Social Justice Summit, Philadelphia, Pa, (Lecture Presentation).
Brennan, R. (2006). Homeless and At-Risk Youth Harm Reduction Coalition National Conference, Oakland, CA (Lecture Presentation).