Conferences

Labacher, L., & Mitchell, C. (2012). How do you want to know? The preferred mode of communicating STI test results with partners, parents, and health professionals in a wireless world. Poster Presentation. AIDS 2012: XIXth International AIDS Conference, Washington, DC. July 22–27.

Larkin, J. (2011). Youth, the arts and HIV/AIDS:  Reflections and Next Steps. What Difference Does This Make? The Arts, Youth and HIV & AIDS Invitational Conference, Durban, South Africa. Oral presentation.

Mitchell, C., Murray, J, & Labacher, L. (2011). Staying viral. Symposium: What difference does this make? Evaluating arts based methodologies in working with youth to address HIV&AIDS. Durban, December 4-6.

Mitchell, C. (2011). Youth as knowledge producers. SAHARA Conference, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth, November 28-December 2.

Mitchell, C. (2011). Participatory research: A case for photovoice. Collaboratorium. Poznan, Poland, October 27.

Olivier, MAJ, De Lange, N. & Mitchell, C. (2011). Teachers picturing HIV and AIDS-related stigma. HIV and AIDS Education Conference: Envisioning Africa without HIV and AIDS: The role of Education. Zanzibar, 27-28 September.

Mitchell, C., Labacher, L., De Lange, N, Moletsane, R., Geldenhys, M. (2011). What can a PV researcher do without a camera? Storyboarding in the video making process. Second International Visual Research Methods Conference. The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK, 13-15 September.

De Lange, N., & Mitchell, C. (2011). Community health care workers as knowledge producers: RE-making, re-coding and re-using visual texts. International Visual Sociology Association. UBC, Vancouver, Canada, 6-8 July.

De Lange, N., & Mitchell, C. (2011).’What happens when you’re gone?: Participatory video after leaving the field. International Visual Sociology Association. UBC, Vancouver, Canada, 6-8 July.

Mitchell, C., De Lange, N., Moletsane, R., & Stuart, J. (2011). What difference does this make? 1st International HIV Social Sciences and Humanities Conference, June 11-13.

Mitchell, C. (2011). Participatory methodologies. SSHRC Invited Workshop, UBC, May 16-19.

Mitchell, C. (2011). What will we know when we know it? Youth-as-knowledge-producers and digital media in the age of AIDS. New Literacies Conference, May 15-17.

Campbell Salazar, L., Switzer, S. (2010). Empower: HIV/AIDS, Youth and Community Engagement. In Abstract Program of theArt of Public Health Conference.Dalla Lana School of Public Health,University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. October 2010.

Flicker,S., Wilson, C., Marshall, Z., Nixon, S., Vo, T. (2010).Condoms and Contradictions: How Queer and Trans Youth Labelled with Intellectual Disabilities Navigate Safer Sex Decisions”. The OHTN Research Conference 2010: Research at the Frontlines, Targeting the Complexities of HIV. November 15-16, 2010.

McLelland, A., Flicker, S., Marshall, Z., Nepveaux, D., Nixon, S., Proudfoot, D., Vo, T., Wilson. C. (2010). The Production of Safe and Unsafe Spaces to be Sexual for Queer and trans Young people labelled with Intellectual Disabilities. Ontario HIV/AIDS Research Conference 15 November 2010 #310.

Yee, J., Flicker, S., Jackson, R., Prentice,  T., Larkin, J., Restoule, J.P., Mitchell, C., et al. All of the Taking Action Youth Coordinators. (2010). Taking Action! Building Aboriginal Youth Leadership in HIV Prevention Using Arts-Based Methods. The OHTN Research Conference 2010: Research at the Frontlines, Targeting the Complexities of HIV. November 15-16, 2010.

Travers, R., Brennan, D., Brett, C., Brown, N., Dobinson, C., Flicker, S., Giambrone, B., & Hart, T. (2010). Telling the TRUTH: Contextualizing HIV risk for LGBTQ Newcomer youth in Toronto. The OHTN Research Conference 2010: Research at the Frontlines, Targeting the Complexities of HIV. November 15-16, 2010.

Flicker, S.,  Roche, B., & Guta, A.  (2010). Peer Research in Action: Ethical Issues. The OHTN Research Conference 2010: Research at the Frontlines, Targeting the Complexities of HIV. November 15-16, 2010.

Guta, A., Flicker, S., Larkin, J., & Travers, R. (2010). The Discourse of Productive Masculinities: What Young Men and Services Providers are Saying in the Toronto Teen Survey. Innovations in Gender, Sex and Health Research Conference (CIHR), Toronto, Canada, November 22-23, 2010.

Guta, A., Flicker, S., Larkin, J., & Travers, R. (2010). Where is the “Cultural Competence”? Evidence-Based Practice on the Front Lines in Adolescent Sexual Health Provision in Toronto, Canada. International Conference on Urban Health, New York City, October 27-29.

White, L., Crepinsek, A., Petrovic, B., Hoang, S., Timmings, C., Walton, R., et al. (2010, October). Engage! Explore! Explain! Evaluate! Empower! Enrich! Experiences from The “Art of Public Health” Conference. Poster presented at the 2010 Dalla Lana School of Public Health Graduate Student Research and Practice Day, Toronto, ON.

Jaworsky D., Larkin J., Sriranganathan G., Campbell L., Erlich L., Clout J., Stadnicki D., Flynn S., Janssen J., Flicker S. (2010). Expanding the role of youth in research: meaningful participation in all stages. In Abstract Program of the XVIII International AIDS Conference, Vienna, Austria, July 2010 (Poster).

Nixon, C. Rubincam, M. Casale, S. Flicker. (2010). “The only difference is that you are protected”: meanings attached to condom use in an abstinence-plus HIV prevention programme in South Africa. 19th Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research, 13-16 May 2010, Saskatoon, SK. P228.

Larkin, J., Flicker, S., Layne, C., Pole, J., Flynn, S., Travers, R., Salehi, R., Guta, A., Mcilroy, K., Schwartz, A. Stadnicki, D. (2009). The Toronto Teen Survey: What Youth Want to Learn About Sexual Health. The Canadian Association for AIDS Research. Vancouver, BC. Refereed/New Poster.

Flicker, S., Ghai, A., Travers, R., Larkin, J., Layne, C.,  Flynn, S et al. (2009). Clinical encounters: Toronto youth experiences with sexual health clinics. The Canadian Association for AIDS Research. Vancouver, BC. Poster.

Smillie-Adjarkwa, C., Larkin, J., Nelson, T., Barnes, H., Flicker, S., Restoule, J.P., Avalos, C., Goldstein, T. & Mitchell, C. (2009). Poster HIV/AIDS and Aboriginal Youth: An Arts-based Knowledge Dissemination Strategy for HIV Prevention Education. The Canadian Association for AIDS Research. Vancouver, BC. Refereed/New. Poster.

Flicker, S.,  Yee, J., Oliver, V., Larkin, J., Jackson, R., Prentice, T. et al.  (2009) Decolonizing HIV research using arts-based methods: What Aboriginal youth had to say. Ontario HIV Treatment Network Conference, Toronto, November. Poster.

Heaslip, A., Flicker, S., Mitchell, C., & Jackson, R. (2009). HIV Prevention and Aboriginal Youth Leadership: An Examination of Arts-Based Health Promotion. Canadian Public Health Association 2009 Annual Conference. Public Health in Canada: Strengthening Connections. Winnipeg Convention Centre. Winnipeg, Manitoba 7-10 June 2009.

Campbell, L., Erlich, L., Sriranganathan, G., Jaworsky, D., Flynn, S., Flicker et al. (2008). Building capacity to conduct community-based research on evaluating youth sexual health peer education. Ontario HIV Treatment Network Conference, Toronto, November. Poster.

Campbell, L., Erlich, L., Sriranganathan, G., Jaworsky, D., Flynn, S., Flicker, S., Janssen, J., & Larkin, J. (2008). Training youth in research techniques: performing a literature review. In Abstract Program of the Ontario HIV Treatment Network Research Conference, Toronto, Ontario, November 2008 (Poster).

Flicker, S., Larkin, J., Travers, R., Pole, J., Flynn, S., Layne, C., Schwartz, A., et al. (2008). Are We Missing the Mark on Sexual Health Education? Results from the Toronto Teen Survey (117). The OHTN Research Conference 2008: A Decade of Discovery to Drive Policy and Care. Toronto Hilton, November 13 and 14, 2008. Toronto, ON.

Layne, C., Flicker, S., Larkin, J., Travers, R., Flynn, S., Guta, A., Schwartz, A., et al. (2008). Is Anybody Listening? What Black Teens have to Say about Sex, HIV Prevention, and Sexual Health. (118). The OHTN Research Conference 2008: A Decade of Discovery to Drive Policy and Care. Toronto Hilton, November 13 and 14, 2008. Toronto, ON.

McIlroy, K., Flicker, S., Layne, C., Larkin, J., Pole, J., Travers, R., Flynn, S., et al. (2008). “Guys Still Think That an STI Test Means a Q-Tip Up Their Penis”: What is Stopping Young Men from Using Sexual Health Services in Toronto? (119). The OHTN Research Conference 2008: A Decade of Discovery to Drive Policy and Care. Toronto Hilton, November 13 and 14, 2008. Toronto, ON.

Salehi, R., Flicker, S., Larkin, J., Layne, C., Pole, J., Travers, R., Flynn, S., et al. (2008). What, Where, Who and How? What do Toronto Newcomer Youth Have to Say about Sexual Health Education. (120). The OHTN Research Conference 2008: A Decade of Discovery to Drive Policy and Care. Toronto Hilton, November 13 and 14, 2008. Toronto, ON.

Travers, R., Flicker, S., Guta, A., Wilson, M., Larkin, J., Pole, J., Layne, C., et al. (2008). Who is Serving LGB2Q Youth: Has Anything Changed for the ‘Will and Grace’ Generation? (121). The OHTN Research Conference 2008: A Decade of Discovery to Drive Policy and Care. Toronto Hilton, November 13 and 14, 2008. Toronto, ON.

Flicker, S., Larkin, J., Travers, R., Pole, J., Layne, C., & Flynn, S. (2008). Increasing Access to Sexual Health Services for Diverse Youth: Results from the Toronto Teen Survey. Social Sciences Track, in the HIV Risk Factors and Prevention Measures session. 17th Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research, April 24 – 27, 2008, Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal, QC.

Guta, A, Roche, B., Flicker, S. (2008). Exploring the Use of Peer Researchers in Community-Based Participatory Research, Social Work National Conference, Toronto; May 22-25, 2008.

Guta, A & Flicker, S. (2008). Towards Multi-Stakeholder Ethical Review. Community-University Exposition, Victoria, British Colombia; May 4-7, 2008.

Flicker, S., Guta, A., Travers, R., (2008). Ethical issues in Community Based Participatory Research, Community-University Exposition, Victoria, British Colombia; May 4-7.

Roche, B., Flicker S., Guta, A., (2008). Exploring the Use of Peer Research in CBR, Community-University Exposition, Victoria, British Colombia; May 4-7.

Guta, A & Flicker, S. (2007). Ethical Approaches to Protecting Adolescent Participants in Sexual Health Research: Alternatives to Parental Consent, Crossroads II: Community-Based Collaborative Research for Social Justice Hartford, Connecticut; June 7-9.

Smillie, C., Flicker, S., Larkin J., Restoule, J.P, Koleszar-Green, R., Barlow, K., Dagnino, M., Mitchell, C., Ricci, C. (2007). Identifying systemic factors that create HIV vulnerability for urban and on-reserve Aboriginal youth: Implications for prevention programming. Poster presented at the conference of the Ontario HIV Treatment Network. Toronto, November.

Layne, C., Flynn, S., Larkin, J., Flicker, S., Travers, R., Pole, J., Chan, K. (2007). Training youth as peer HIV/STI educators servicing diverse communities: Learnings from the Toronto Teen Survey (TTS) project. Poster presented at the conference of the Canadian Association for HIV Research, Toronto, April.

Layne, C., Bobesiu, A., Flicker S., Larkin, J., Pole, J., Travers, R. et al. (2007).What do teens really want to know? Sexual health questions asked in Toronto Teen Survey workshops. Ontario HIV Treatment Network. Toronto, November. Poster.

Flicker, S., Flynn, S., Guta, A., Travers, R., Larkin, J., Pole, J., Layne, C. (2007). Survey design from the ground up: Collaboratively creating the Toronto teen survey, The 16th Annual Canadian Association for HIV Research Conference, Toronto, Ontario; April 26-29.

Flicker, S. Salehi, R., Munger, F., & Cusitar, L. (2007). Teaching and learning CBPR at the graduate level: From Principles to Action. Community Campus Partnerships for Health Conference, Toronto, Ontario; April 11-14, 2007.

Lombardo, C., Walker, L & Larkin, J. (2007). TIG Xpress: Transnational HIV education using arts and technologies. Paper presented at the conference on Transnationalism, Activism, Art, Toronto, March.

Flynn, S. Flicker, S. Larkin, J. Pole, J., Travers, R., Palmer, H., Fridkin, A., Layne, C. Guta, A., Dickie, M., Harowitz, P., Dauria, E., Salehi, R. (2007). A tool for addressing youth sexual health in a diverse urban centre. Poster presented at the International Conference of Community-Campus Partnerships for Health. Toronto, August.

Larkin, J. Gender, globalization and HIV/AIDS. (2006). Paper presented at the XVI International AIDS Conference. Toronto, August.

Restoule, J.P, Larkin, J., Barlow, K., Dagnino, M., Flicker, S., Koleszar-Green, R., S. Mitchell, C., & Walsh, S. (2006). HIV risk, systemic Inequities, and Aboriginal youth: Widening the circle for prevention programming. Paper presented at Embracing our Traditions, Values and Teachings: Native Peoples of North America HIV/AIDS Conference, May, Anchorage, Alaska.

Larkin, J. & Dubazane, N. (2006). The global classroom: Using visual methodologies with teachers, learners and the community to address HIV and AIDS. Paper presented at The Rural Teachers’ Education Conference. University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban.

Travers, R., Flicker, S., Cleverly, S., Bereket, T., van der Meulen, A.., Wilson, M., Mckay, C., Guta, A., Dickie, M., Schirmer, D. (2006). Facilitating Community-Based Research in Ontario’s HIV Sector: Identifying Challenges for AIDS Service Organizations, 2006 Ontario HIV Treatment Network Research Conference, Toronto, Ontario; November 27.

Travers, R, Flicker, S, Cleverly, S, Bereket, T, Wilson, M, McKay, C, van der Meulen, A. (2006). Building Capacities in Ontario AIDS Service Organizations for Inclusion in Community-Based Research: Baseline Assessment and the Development of a Strategy for Change. Canadian Association of HIV Research. Quebec City, QC.

Larkin, J., Mintz, S., Mitchell, C., Flicker, C., Dagnino, M., Koleszar-Green, R. (2005). AIDS and representation: Situating HIV prevention with youth in a global awareness framework. Poster presented at the Canadian Association for AIDS Research, Vancouver, May.

Larkin, J. (2005). Discussant: Gender, sexuality and HIV/AIDS in Southern African educational settings. The American Education Research Association (AERA) Conference, Montreal, April.

Flicker, S., Savan, B., Mildenberger, M., & Kolenda, B. (2005, October 26-28). A survey of community based research (CBR) in Canada: from barriers to solutions. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Urban Health, Toronto, ON.

Flynn, S., Flicker, S., Larkin, J., Pole, J., & Fridkin, A. (2005, October 26-28). Toronto Teen Survey (TTS) phase one: How do we meet the specific sexual health needs of youth in diverse urban environments? Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Urban Health, Toronto, ON.

Flicker, S., & Blickstead, R. (2005, September 15-18). Training the next generation of community based research practitioners: An innovative CBR certificate program. Paper presented at the Community-University Expo (CUExpo), Winnipeg, MB.

Flicker, S., Savan, B., Kolenda, B., & Mildenberger, M. (2005, September 15-18). A survey of community based research in Canada: From barriers to solutions. Paper presented at the Community-University Expo (CUExpo), Winnipeg, MB.

Flicker, S. (2005a, Sept 15-18). Building and maintaining effecting community based participatory research partnerships: an interactive session based on best practices. Workshop. Paper presented at the Community-University Expo (CUExpo), Winnipeg, MB.

Flicker, S., & Blickstead, R. (2005b, Sept 15-18). Seeding research, sprouting change: A funders perspective. Paper presented at the Community-University Expo (CUExpo), Winnipeg, MB.

Flicker, S., & Ridgely, A. (2005, May 17-20). Conducting CBR in homeless and underhoused communities. Paper presented at the Canadian Conference on Homelessness: Stories. Research. Solutions, York University. Toronto, ON.

Flicker, S. (2004, October 6-10). Involving marginalized youth in community-based participatory research. Paper presented at the Overcoming Health Disparities: Global Experiences from Partnerships between Communities, Health Services, and Health Professional Schools, Atlanta, GA.

Flicker, S., & Veinot, T. (2004, March 5-7). Online and wired: Using the Internet as a tool for reaching marginalized youth. Workshop. Paper presented at the Let’s Talk: National Capacity Building Conference on Children, Youth and Families Affected by HIV/AIDS, Toronto, ON.

Mintz, S., Dagnino, M., Flicker, S., Koleszar-Green, R., Larkin, J., & Mitchell, C. (2004, April 10-13). AIDS, representation and HIV risk in youth. Paper presented at the Ontario HIV Treatment Network Research Conference, Toronto, ON.

Mitchell, C. & Larkin, J. Artful engagement: Using photo-voice approaches to disrupt the silences around sexuality and HIV/AIDS. The International Conference on Pleasure and Danger Revisited: Sexualities in the 21st Century, Cardiff, UK, June.

Larkin, J., Mitchell, C. & Walsh, S. Arts-based approaches to gendering HIV prevention education with youth. Gender, Sexuality & Health Conference, Vancouver, June.

Mintz, S., Larkin, J. & Andrews, A. Taking Action: Arts and HIV Prevention with youth. Poster presentation. The Ontario HIV Treatment Network Research Conference, November.

Flicker, S. (2003, November 20-23). Meaningfully involving youth in community based participatory research: Who? What? When? Where? Why? And (most importantly) How? Workshop. Paper presented at the 4th Canadian HIV/AIDS Skills Building Symposium, Calgary, AL.

Veinot, T., McClelland, A., & Flicker, S. (2003, November 20-23). Skills for providing HIV/AIDS treatment information to youth: confronting the “boredom barrier.” Workshop. Paper presented at the 4th Canadian HIV/AIDS Skills Building Symposium, Calgary, AL.

Narciso, L., Travers, R., Patten, S., Flicker, S., Goldberg, E., Skinner, H., Veinot, T., McClelland, A., Lauzon, J., Saulnier, P., & Read, S. (2003, November 3-4, 2003). A menage a trois: making the case for a collaborative approach to research. Oral Presentation. Paper presented at the Ontario HIV Treatment Network Research Conference, Toronto, ON.

Flicker, S., Goldberg, E., Skinner, H., Veinot, T., McClelland, A., & Read, S. (2003b, November 3-4). Online and wired: Using the Internet as a tool for reaching marginalized youth. Oral Presentation. Paper presented at the Ontario HIV Treatment Network Research Conference, Toronto, ON.

Andrews, A. & Larkin, J. (2002). Guy talk? Young men and issues of gender-based risk. The 14th World Congress on HIV/AIDS, Barcelona, July.

Larkin, J., Mitchell, C. & Smith, A. (2002). Participatory approaches to the study of gender, youth and HIV/AIDS. Conference of the Canadian Psychological Association, Vancouver.

Mitchell, C., Walsh, S., & Larkin, J. Hidden from view: On methodologies for unravelling young women’s talk about body, sexuality and the female condom. Sex & Secrecy Conference, Johannesburg, South Africa, June.

Larkin, J. & Mitchell, C. Gendering HIV/AIDS in a globalized world: Implications for prevention programs for youth. The 14TH International Congress on Women’s Health Issues, Victoria, B.C., June.

Larkin, J., Mitchell, C. & Andrews, A. (2002) Youth, gender and HIV prevention: A case for transnational approaches to risk and negotiation. Canadian Conference on International Health, Ottawa.

Flicker, S., Poole, J., & Nixon, S. (2002, September). Health as social justice: A critique of postmodern perspectives on neoliberalism, risk and health policy. Paper presented at the British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group 34th Annual Conference, York, UK.

Skinner, H., Goldberg, E., Flicker, S., Veinot, T., Read, S., & McClelland, A. (2002, Nov 15-17). The positive youth project. Paper presented at the Ontario HIV Treatment Network 5th Annual Research Day, Toronto, ON.

Flicker, S., & Services”, D. M. Y. (2002, March). How to get the word out about your intervention: Youth strategies for dissemination. Paper presented at the Ontario Tobacco Control Conference, Toronto, ON.

Lombardo, C., Biscope, S., & Flicker, S. (2002, March). Building effective partnerships for youth tobacco-related advocacy. Paper presented at the Ontario Tobacco Control Conference, Toronto, ON.

Flicker, S., Haans, D., Maley, O., & Skinner, H. (2002, April). Youth support each other online: Evaluation of the effects of peer facilitation on Hot Talk. Paper presented at the Qualitative Health Research Conference, Banff, AL.

Flicker, S., Haans, D., & Skinner, H. (2002, April). The ethics of qualitative cyber research: How TeenNet has negotiated ethical online research practices with youth. Paper presented at the Qualitative Health Research Conference, Banff, AL.

Skinner, H., Lombardo, C., Ward, M., Flicker, S., Chalin, C., & Olewe, T. (2001, November 2001). Youth, social action and communication technologies. Paper presented at the 8th Canadian Conference on International Health (CCIH), Ottawa, ON.

Larkin, J. (2001). Gender-based Violence and HIV/AIDS Prevention: Issues and Strategies for Working with Youth. The Comparative and International Education Society 45th annual meeting, Washington, D.C.

Flicker, S., Lombardo, C., Vachon, W., Rootman, D., & Gafni, I. (2001, March). Transgressing transformation: Images for/to/of change. Paper presented at the Beyond the Global Pillage: Conference on Social Movement Learning, Dept of Adult Education, OISE,, Toronto, ON.

Kane, C., Flicker, S., & Puttkamer, N. (1999, March). You have the power to stop AIDS: A Contra Costa County social marketing campaign update. Paper presented at the California State HIV Prevention & Social Marketing Technical Assistance Conference, Oakland, CA.

Pettifor, A., & Flicker, S. (1999, August). Microbicides as an alternative solution. Paper presented at the National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Kane, C., Flicker, S., & Puttkamer, N. (1998, March). You have the power to stop AIDS: A Contra Costa County social marketing campaign. Paper presented at the California State HIV Prevention & Social Marketing Technical Assistance Conference, Oakland, CA.

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