Presentations

Invited Academic Presentations:

  1. Amutah N. Maternal and Child Health Disparities: An Overview. Delta Omega, Public Health Honorary Society the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services, January 2012.
  2. Amutah N. Rethinking the “C” in MCH: The Role of the Community in Addressing Health Disparities. Johns Hopkins University, School of Public Health, April 2012.
  3. Mahadevan M. and Amutah N. Project THANKS Turning HIV/AIDS into New Knowledge for Sisters: An Intervention Addressing HIV and Co-Morbidities in Women of Color. Poster Presented at the 6th Annual CEHS Research Poster Session, Montclair State University, May 2013.
  4. Amutah N. and Ramos L. Project DASH:  Preventing HIV/AIDS in African American Daughters with HIV Positive Mothers. Poster Presented at the 8th Annual Student Research Symposium, Montclair State University, April 2014.
  5. Hammond R. and Amutah, N. Project DASH: Preventing HIV/AIDS in African American Daughters with HIV Positive Mothers. Poster Presented at the 9th Annual Student Research Symposium, Montclair State University, April 2015.
  6. Amutah-Onukagha N. Rethinking the “C” in MCH: The Role of the Community in Addressing Health Disparities. Rutgers University, School of Public Health, March 2016.
  7. Amutah-Onukagha N. Project DASH: Preventing HIV/AIDS in African American Daughters with HIV Positive Mothers. Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS (CIRA) Yale University, School of Public Health, July 2016.
  8. Amutah-Onukagha N. Rethinking the “C” in MCH: The Role of the Community in Addressing Health Disparities. University of Wisconsin, Madison, School of Medicine and Public Health, November 2016.
  9. Amutah-Onukagha N. Rethinking the “C” in MCH: The Role of the Community in Addressing Health Disparities. Tufts University, School of Medicine, March 2017.
  10. Amutah-Onukagha N. The Role of Community Engagement in Addressing Health Disparities in Maternal and Child Health. Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey, June 2017.
  11. Amutah N. The role of the community in addressing health disparities. Tufts University School of Medicine, September 2017.
  12. Amutah-Onukagha N. Project DASH: (Divas Against the Spread of HIV/AIDS): Results of a pilot study on HIV risk and Mother-Daughter Communication among African American Daughters with HIV+ Mothers. Brown University School of Public Health, January 2018.
  13. Amutah-Onukagha N. The role of the community in addressing health disparities. Tufts Medical Center. Stakeholder and Community Engagement Core, Clinical and Translational Science Institute, February 2018.
  14. Amutah-Onukagha N. The impact of co-morbidity: Women, HIV and Everything Else. Healing Our Community Collaborative Inc, March 2018.
  15. Amutah-Onukagha N. The Urgency of Now: Why We can’t Wait to address Black Maternal Health Disparities. MGH Institute for Health Professions, March 2018.
  16. Amutah-Onukagha N. Power, Privilege and Positionality. MGH Institute for Health Professions, September 2018.
  17. Amutah-Onukagha N. The Urgency of Now: Why We can’t Wait to address Black Maternal Health Disparities. Harvard University, Black Health Matters Conference, October 2018.
  18. Amutah-Onukagha N. Maternal Health Disparities in MA: An Overview. American College of Obstetrics/Gynecology and American College of Nurse Midwives Joint State Conference, October 2018
  19. Amutah-Onukagha N. Power, Privilege and Positionality. MGH Institute for Health Professions, January 2019.
  20. Amutah-Onukagha N. Project DASH: (Divas Against the Spread of HIV/AIDS): Results of a pilot study on HIV risk and Mother-Daughter Communication among African American Daughters with HIV+ Mothers. Boston University School of Public Health, January 2019.
  21. Amutah-Onukagha N. Maternal Health Disparities in MA: An Overview. Northeastern University, February 2019

National:

  1. March of Dimes, Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait Implementation Meeting New Orleans, LA,  November 2016 .

International:

  1. International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, 15th Congress, Santiago Chile, November 2018.

Conference Presentation Abstracts

  1. Amutah N. HIV/AIDS in Women of Color in Washington DC: The Face of HIV. (Poster presentation). University of Maryland, College Park, April 2009.
  2. Amutah N. HIV/AIDS Among Women of Color: A Qualitative Analysis. (Poster presentation). Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) Annual Meeting, November 2009.
  3. Amutah N. HIV/AIDS Among Women of Color: A Qualitative Analysis. (Oral presentation). 137th Annual American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting, November 2009.
  4. Amutah N. Infant Mortality: Disparities and Opportunities. University of Maryland, Graduate School Research Day. (Oral presentation), January 2010.
  5. Amutah N. Infant Mortality: Disparities and Opportunities (Oral Presentation). National Black Graduate Students Association 60th Meeting, March 2010.
  6. Amutah N. and Anderson E. Neighborhood Level Disadvantage, Race/Ethnicity, and Infant Mortality in Washington DC. (Poster presentation). Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs Conference, February 2011.
  7. Edwards LE, Irving SM and Amutah, N. Am I My Mother’s Keeper? Children as Sources of Social Support for parents with HIV. (Poster presentation). 139th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA), November 2011.
  8. Amutah N. DRUMMing up DATA: A Maternal and Child Health CBPR project. (Oral presentation). 139th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, November 2011.
  9. Amutah N. Neighborhood Level Disadvantage, Race/Ethnicity, and Infant Mortality in Washington DC (Oral Presentation). 139th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, November 2011.
  10. Amutah N. Neighborhood Level Disadvantage, Race/Ethnicity, and Infant Mortality in Washington DC (Oral Presentation). Society for the Analysis of African American Public Health Issues Annual Meeting, November 2012.
  11. Amutah N. The Effects of Home Visitation on Infant Mortality in Baltimore City: An MCH Story. (Oral Presentation). 140th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, November 2012.
  12. Amutah N. Neighborhood Level Disadvantage, Race/Ethnicity, and Infant Mortality in Washington DC (Oral Presentation). 140th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, November 2012.
  13. Amutah N. and Ramos L. Staying Alive: A Qualitative Exploration of Black Men’s Health Disparities in the Urban U.S. (Oral Presentation). 21st American Men’s Studies Association Annual Meeting, April 2013.
  14. Amutah N. and Ramos L. DRUMMing up DATA: A Maternal and Child Health CBPR project. (Oral presentation). 61st Annual meeting of the Society for Public Health Education, Orlando, FL. April 2013.
  15. Doamekpor LA, Amutah N., and Ramos L. (2013) Fathers Matter: The Role of Paternal Age in Infant Mortality. Society for Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiological Research (SPER), Poster presentation, June 2013.
  16. Mahadevan M and Amutah N. Project THANKS: An intervention for women of color with HIV and co-morbidities: Results of a pilot study. 141st Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association Meeting (APHA), Oral Presentation, November 2013.
  17. Amutah N., Whemboula G., Okoror T., Belue R., and Abiero B. (2013) Neighborhood Characteristics, Black Immigrant Status and Uninsurance: A study using the National Study for Children’s Health Data. 141st Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association Meeting (APHA), Poster Presentation, November 2013.
  18. Mahadevan M. and Amutah N. Project THANKS: A Socio-Ecological Framework for an Intervention Involving HIV Positive African American Women with Comorbidities. Paper Submitted to the NIH-Sponsored. Conference on Complex Systems, Health Disparities & Population Health: Building Bridges, February 2014.
  19. Amutah N. Project DASH: Divas Against the Spread of HIV/AIDS: The Results of a Mixed Methods Exploratory Study. Presented at the 2014 Ernest E. Just Annual Lecture. Medical University of South Carolina, September 2014.
  20. Janevic T. and Amutah N. The Epidemiology of Health Disparities. 142nd Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association (APHA), Poster Presentation, November 2014.
  21. Zimmerman I. and Amutah N. Reducing Health Disparities through Multilevel interventions. 142nd Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association (APHA), Poster Presentation, November 2014.
  22. Amutah N. Project DASH: Divas Against the Spread of HIV/AIDS: The Results of a Mixed Methods Exploratory Study. 142nd Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association (APHA), Poster Presentation, November 2014.
  23. Amutah N. and Mahadevan M. Project THANKS: A Socio-Ecological Framework for an Intervention Involving HIV Positive African American Women with Comorbidities. 142nd Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association Meeting (APHA), Poster Presentation, November 2014.
  24. Amutah N. Project DASH: Divas Against the Spread of HIV/AIDS: The Results of a Mixed Methods Exploratory Study. 9th Annual New Connections Research and Training Clinic, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Poster Presentation, June 2015.
  25. Amutah N. Project DASH: Divas Against the Spread of HIV/AIDS: The Results of a Mixed Methods Exploratory Study. 2015 National HIV Prevention Conference, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Oral Presentation, December 2015.
  26. Mahadevan M. and Amutah-Onukagha N. A comprehensive health intervention strategy for HIV-positive African American women with comorbidities: Results of a Formative Evaluation, Ending Gender Inequalities: Addressing the Nexus of HIV, Drug Use, and Violence with Evidence-based Action Conference, sponsored by RTI. Poster Presentation, April 2016.
  27. Amutah-Onukagha N. Project DASH: Divas against the Spread of HIV/AIDS: The Results of a Mixed Methods Study: Implications for Community Based Research. 14th International Conference: Community Campus Partnerships for Health Annual Conference. Poster Presentation, May 2016.
  28. Mendez D, Amutah-Onukagha N, Fapohounda A., Banks B., Barlow J., Mohaijr N., Ward M., Mehta U., Tibbs N., and Chapple-McGrudder T. Community Organizations, Public Health Departments, and Hospitals Coming Together: An Innovative Model for Collaboration and Engagement among BUILD Partners. 144th Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association Meeting (APHA), Oral Presentation, October-November 2016. 
  29. Mahadevan M, Amutah-Onukagha N, and Gatto K. Results of a Qualitative Study Exploring the Health and Nutrition Needs of African American Women Faced with the Dual Diagnosis of HIV/AIDS and Diabetes, Hypertension or Heart Disease. 144th Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association Meeting (APHA), Oral Presentation, October-November 2016.
  30. Amutah-Onukagha N, Doamekpor L, and Gardner M. An Examination of the Sociodemographic and Health Determinants of Major Depressive Disorder among Black Women. 25th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Analysis of African American Public Health Issues (SAAPHI), October 2016.
  31. Amutah-Onukagha N., Hammond R., Ramos L, Humphries D., Guthries B., and Rodriguez M. Project DASH (Divas against the Spread of HIV/AIDS): Results of a pilot study on HIV risk and Mother-Daughter Communication among African American Daughters with HIV+ Mothers. 1st Annual Meeting of the Meharry Medical College Health Disparities Translational Conference, November 2016.
  32. Amutah-Onukagha N, Gifuni J, Navin L, Gallus P. Group Prenatal Care to Improve Birth Outcomes in a High Risk Community: Results of an Evaluation Study. 145th Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association Meeting (APHA), Oral Presentation, November 2017.
  33. Amutah-Onukagha N, Thorpe C, Rodriguez M. Supporting Home Visitation of Mothers and Children in Need: The Essential Role of Family Support Workers. 145th Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association Meeting (APHA), Poster Presentation, November 2017.
  34. Amutah-Onukagha N, Mahadevan M. Project THANKS (Turning HIV/AIDS into New Knowledge for Sisters): A health intervention strategy for HIV-positive ethnic minority women with comorbidities.  146th Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association Meeting (APHA), Poster Presentation, November 2018.
  35. Amutah-Onukagha N, Opara I, Guthrie B. Addressing health disparities to improve Women’s health outcomes and achieve health equity. 146th Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association Meeting (APHA), Oral Presentation, November 2018.
  36. Amutah-Onukagha N, Gifuni-Koutsouris J, Assan A, Bryant C. Findings from a Multi-Year Group Prenatal Care Evaluation: Opportunities for improving birth outcomes in a clinical setting. CityMatch National Conference, Oral Presentation, September 2019.
  37. Amutah-Onukagha N, Tibbitt C, Ibeziako N. Wisdom Matters: Enhancing Health Literacy in HIV+ Women using a Community- Based Intervention. American Public Health Association Annual Conference, Oral Presentation, November, 2019.
  38. Amutah-Onukagha N, Gifuni-Koutsouris J, Assan A, Bryant C. Findings from a Multi-Year Group Prenatal Care Evaluation: Opportunities for improving birth outcomes in a clinical setting. American Public Health Association Annual Conference, Oral Presentation, November, 2019.

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