Events Calendar

Included below are conferences, meetings, and other events that may interest you. Fill out our Submit an Event web form to send us information about any events you'd like listed on our calendar.

Conferences and events are listed in chronological order. Be sure to scroll down or go on to additional pages to see all listings.

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Southeastern Council on Family Relations 2014 collaborative symposium

"Improving Public Policy Through the Lifespan for Families in the Southeast"
April 24, 2014
Samford University; Birmingham, Alabama

This one-day event will feature two special speakers; all activities will be in plenary format.

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Northwest Council on Family Relations 2014 conference

"Families and Health"
April 24, 2014 - April 25, 2014
Portland State University, Portland, Oregon

NCFR President Paul Amato is scheduled to speak about marriage and health as the conference plenary.

Council on Contemporary Families

Council on Contemporary Families 2014 conference

"Families as They Really Are: How Digital Technologies are Changing the Way Families Live and Love"
April 25, 2014 - April 26, 2014
University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida

Technological change influences family research methods, clinical practice, and the everyday experiences of
families themselves, making the intersections of new technologies and families a timely focus of the 2014
conference.

Pauline Boss

When Loved Ones Disappear

Ambiguous Loss and Approaches for Working With Families of the Missing
April 28, 2014
McNamara Alumni Center, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota

NCFR Fellow Pauline Boss and Dr. Simon Robins host a conversation about how to deal with unresolved grief related to missing persons.

Alan Hawkins

Conducting a Systematic Literature Review and Meta-analysis

Tuesday, April 29, 2014, 11am-noon CST
April 29, 2014

In this webinar Dr. Alan Hawkins, Ph.D., and Jennifer Jay, M.MFT, LCMFT, will discuss methodology for conducting a Systematic Literature Review and subsequent Meta-analysis. The Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA)will be used as a guide for conducting a Systematic Literature Review and Meta-analysis. The presentation wraps up with specific examples provided on Meta-Analyses conducted by Dr. Hawkins.