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Michelle A. Meade Ph.D.


Michelle A. Meade Ph.D.


Director, UM Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center 

Technology Increasing Knowledge: Technology Optimizing Choice

Collaboratory for Technology, Health, and Independence

Associate Professor

Rehabilitation Psychology & Neuropsychology

Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

University of Michigan


Michelle A. Meade, Ph.D. is the principal investigator and program director for this project. Dr. Meade will be responsible for grant administration and oversee recruitment and implementation of in-depth interviews, as well as dissemination and knowledge translation activities.  In addition, she will personally conduct a portion of the in-depth interviews and will assist with interpretation and analysis of qualitative data.  Finally, she will have primary responsibility for obtaining and maintaining human subjects protections and for recruiting both advisory board members.  


Dr. Meade is an Assistant Professor in the U-M Department of PM&R and chief psychologist for the Spinal Cord Injury Program at the University of Michigan Health System (UMHS). She is a Co-Investigator of the UM SCI Model System and co-PI for the UM-AACIL Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training Program. She is also on the faculty for the Center for Chronic Disease Management located in the U-M School of Public Health. Dr. Meade serves as Chair of the Research Committee for American Association for Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers (AASCIPSW) and President of Section 2 (Women’s issues) of Division 22 of APA. She has also served on the Executive Board for the Spinal Cord Injury Association of Virginia, including serving as president to that 501-C organization from 2006 and 2007. She has authored 30 peer-reviewed journal articles, and is on several grant review and editorial boards. Her research interests include health disparities experienced by individuals with disabilities, particularly those from traditionally underserved populations; health behaviors, self-management and tertiary prevention of disease by individuals with chronic illness and disability; and community integration and employment of individuals with SCI and other physical disabilities. 


Education and Training

9/1988 - 5/1992           B.A., Psychology (magna cum laude)

                                    Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland

                                   

9/1992 - 3/1995           M.S., Clinical Psychology

                                    Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

                                    Thesis Title: Validation of the Blood Donation Sensitivity Scale

                                    Thesis Advisor: Christopher France, Ph.D.

                                                                       

3/1995 - 8/1998           Ph.D., Clinical Psychology (Health Psychology Emphasis)

                                    Ohio University, Athens, Ohio (APA-approved doctoral program)

                                    Thesis Title: Development, Implementation and Evaluation of a

                                                Self-Management Program for Children and Adolescents with

                                                Renal Transplantation

                                    Thesis Advisor: Thomas L. Creer, Ph.D.

 

9/1997 - 8/1998           Clinical Psychology Internship (APA Accredited)

                                    University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

                                    Training Director:  Jeff Baker, Ph.D.

 

12/1998 - 7/2000         Postdoctoral Fellowship:  Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Fellow

                                    Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology

                                    University of Michigan Health System

                                    Program Director:  Denise Tate, Ph.D., ABPP

 

 

Certifications and Licensure

 

2000 -  2009                New York Psychology License, #68014724

2001 – 2008                Virginia License to Practice as a Clinical Psychologist  #0810003080

2007-present               Michigan Psychology License # 6301010923


Academic, Administrative and Clinical Appointments

 

8/2000-2/2001             Psychologist, Children's Specialized Hospital

                                    Mountainside, New Jersey

 

6/2001 – 6/2005          Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Research Director, Model Spinal Cord Injury Care System

                                    Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia

 

1/2002-6/2007             Staff Psychologist

Virginia Commonwealth University Health Systems, Richmond, VA

 

7/2005-9/2007             Associate Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

                                    Director, Spinal Cord Injury Research

                                    Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia

 

9/2007-6/2012             Chief Psychologist, Spinal Cord Injury Service

                                    Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

University of Michigan Hospitals & Health Centers

 

9/2007-8/2013             Assistant Professor, Instructional Track

                                    Rehabilitation Psychology & Neuropsychology

                                    Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

                                    University of Michigan Hospitals & Health Centers

 

7/2008-Present            Faculty, Center for Managing Chronic Disease

                                    University of Michigan

 

9/2013-Present            Associate Professor with Tenure

                                    Rehabilitation Psychology & Neuropsychology

                                    Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

                                    University of Michigan Hospitals & Health Centers

 

Research Interests

Self-management

Health and Healthcare Disparities

Spinal Cord Injury

Technology
Knowledge Utilization, Implementation and Translation

Employment, Participation and Community Integration of Individuals with Physical Disability

Management and Self-Management of Chronic Illness and Disability

 

Grants

Present and Active

 

10/2011-9/2016           National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research.  University of Michigan Spinal Cord Injury Care System, Denise G. Tate, Ph.D., Principal Investigator.  10/2011 - 9/2016, Co-Investigator and Project Director for Self-Management Research Intervention; Director of Dissemination from 20011-2013; $2,285,000 (for 5-year contract).

 

9/2012-8/2015             Department of Defense, U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command, Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs, 2011 Spinal Cord Injury Research Program, Qualitative Research Award.  Cognitions, Decisions, and Behaviors Related to Successful Adjustment Among Individuals with SCI: A Qualitative Examination of Military and Nonmilitary Personnel.  M. Meade, Principal Investigator, $566,185 (for 3 year contract).

10/2013 – 9/2018         National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research.  Technology Increasing Knowledge: Technology Optimizing Choice (TIKTOC) Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center (#H133E130014)   M. Meade, Principal Investigator, E. Durfee, Co-PI, $4,615,126.00 (for 5-year contract). 

Previous Grants

1/1997-6/1997             Sandos Pharmaceutical Company - Educational Block Grant.  Self-Management of Adolescents with Renal Transplantation.  John D. Mahan, MD, Principal Investigator.  M. Meade, Co-Investigator, $500.

 

 

 

6/2001-9/2006             National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research.  Virginia Regional Model Spinal Cord Injury System (H133N000015).   William O. McKinley, Principal Investigator, M. Meade, Research Director, $1,542,232.

 

1/2003-12/2005            Commonwealth Neurotrauma Initiative.  Needs Assessment of Virginians with Spinal Cord Injury (OSPA #03-0528-01).  M. Meade, Principal Investigator, M. Njeri Jackson & Kirsten Barrett, Co-Principal Investigators, $330,000. 

 

10/2004-9/2006           National Institutes of Health - Loan Repayment Program, Clinical Research – Extramural, NICHD, M. Meade, Principal Investigator.

 

6/2005-5/2006             Christopher Reeve and Dana Reeve Paralysis Foundation, Quality of Life Grant.  PosAbilities Unlimited – Outreach to Underserved Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury.  M. Meade, Principal Investigator, $15,000.

 

10/2006-5/2007           National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research.  Disability and Business Technical Assistance Centers: Coordinating, Outreach and Research Center, Brian McMahon, Principal Investigator, Phil Rumrill, Co-Investigator.  M. Meade, Research Investigator, $4,250,000 (for 5-year contract).

 

10/2006-9/2007           National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research, National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center.  Yu-Ying Chen, Principle Investigator, University of Alabama at Birmingham.  M. Meade, Project Director for VCU Subcontract, $23,000.

 

6/2007–11/2009          Paralyzed Veterans of America Education Foundation, Self-Management Training for Adults with Spinal Cord Injury and Disease, M. Meade, Principal Investigator, $98,705.

 

12/2007-12/2008         Craig H. Neilson Foundation, Development of a Spinal Cord Injury Resource Center, M. Meade, Project Director, Grant submitted for the Old Dominion Chapter, National Spinal Cord Injury Association, $17,000.  

 

1/2008-9/2011             National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research.  University of Michigan Spinal Cord Injury Care System, Denise G. Tate and Anthony Chiodo, Co-Principal Investigators, M. Meade,  Co-Investigator, $1,695,000 (for 5-year contract).

 

9/2009-8/2014             National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research.  University of Michigan Health System (UMHS) / Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living (AACIL) Rehabilitation Research Training Program, DG Tate, Principal Investigator.  M. Meade, Co-Principal Investigator, $749,778 (for 5-year contract). 

 

10/2010-9/2014           Field Initiated Development Grant, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), Department of Education.  Addressing Self-Management Skills through Electronic Gaming:  Meeting the Needs of Underserved Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury.   M. Meade, Principal Investigator.  $599,962 (for 3 year contract plus one year NCX). 

 

2/2011–1/2013            Paralyzed Veterans of America Research Foundation, Self-Management of Spinal Cord Injury.  M. Meade, Principal Investigator, $149,918. 

 

 

 

Honors and Awards

1992                Leadership Award, Loyola College

1992                Magna Cum Laude, Loyola College

1996                American Psychological Association Dissertation Award

2005                Distinguished Service Award, Division of Rehabilitation Psychology, APA

2007                Award of Recognition, Old Dominion Chapter, NSCIA

2009                Certificate of Appreciation, Division of Rehabilitation Psychology, APA

2010                Certificate of Appreciation, Division of Rehabilitation Psychology, APA

2010                Certificate of Appreciation, Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals,

Division of Psychologists and Social Workers (PSW)

2011                Certificate of Appreciation, Division of Rehabilitation Psychology, APA

2011                Certificate of Appreciation, Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals,

Division of Psychologists and Social Workers (PSW)

2013                Awarded Elizabeth Crosby Grant, ADVANCE, University of Michigan

2014                Certificate of Appreciation, Division of Rehabilitation Psychology, APA

2014                Accepted as part of American Psychological Association (APA) Leadership

                        Institute for Women in Psychology (LIWP), Class 7

Memberships in Professional Societies

1995-Present   American Psychological Association (APA)

1998-Present   Division 22, Rehabilitation Psychology, APA

1999-Present   Academy of SCI Professionals (formerly the American Academy of Spinal Cord

                        Injury Psychologists and Social Workers (AASCIPSW)

2001-2009       American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine

2003-Present   Old Dominion Chapter, National Spinal Cord Injury Association

2003-2010       American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA)

2007-Present   Society of Behavioral Medicine

 

Editorial Positions, Boards, and Peer-Review Service

Ad-hoc Reviewer

2001-2006       Brain Injury

2001-2006       NeuroRehabilitation

2001–Present Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, since 2001

2003                Bridging the Gaps

2005                Bladder Management Clinical Practice Guidelines, PVA

2005-Present   Journal of Spinal Cord Injury Medicine

2005-Present   Rehabilitation Psychology

2005-2010       Journal of Women's Health

2009                Sexuality and Spinal Cord Injury Clinical Practice Guidelines, PVA

2010-Present   Disability and Rehabilitation

Guest / Section Editor

2004                Sectional Editor, Special Issue on Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems,

                                    Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, November 2004

2004                                Guest Editor, Special Issue on Community Integration following Spinal Cord Injury, Neurorehabilitation 29(2)

2005-2006       Guest Editor, Special Issue on Spinal Cord Injury and Vocational

                                    Rehabilitation, Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 25(1), 2006

2011                Guest Editor, Special Issue on Health and Health Care Disparities, Topics of Spinal

 Cord Injury Rehabilitation, 17(2), 2011.

Editorial Boards

2005-2007              Rehabilitation Psychology

2005-Present   Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation

 

Grant Review Committees

2003                Member, Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers, National Institute of

                                    Disability and  Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), August 2003

2004-2007       Member, Standing Review Panel for Field Initiated Grants, National Institute of

                                    Disability and Rehabilitation Research

2007               TBI Concept Award Proposals, Department of Defense, October 2007.

2007                Panel Chair, Burn Injury Model Systems, National Institute of Disability and

                                    Rehabilitation Research

2009                Panel Chair, Field Initiated Grant Panel, National Institute of Disability and

                                    Rehabilitation Research

2009                Member, RRTC on Secondary Conditions for Individuals with SCI, National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research

2011                Panel Co-Chair, Field Initiated Grant Panel, National Institute of Disability and

                                    Rehabilitation Research

 

 

 

Teaching

Winter 1994    General Psychology (Psychology 101), Co-instructor

Department of Psychology, Ohio University

                                                           

Fall 1996         Personality Theory (Psychology 233), Instructor

                        Department of Psychology, Ohio University

 

Fall 1997         Substance Abuse, Lecture

University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.

 

Fall 1997         Health Promotion for individuals and small groups, Co-instructor                                                    University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.   

 

Winter 1998    Sexual Health and Rehabilitation, Co-instructor

                        University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Spring, 1998. 

 

Spring 1998     Human Dynamics I (Introduction to Medical Interviewing), Co-instructor                                        University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.  5/98/8/98.

 

Fall 2001         Developing a Training Program to Improve Employability of Persons with SCI                               Neuropsychology Grand Rounds, Virginia Commonwealth University

 

5/2002             Psychosocial factors in Cancer and Pain                                                                                           Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Virginia Commonwealth University.

 

1/2003             Basic Statistics and Research Design                         

                        Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Virginia Commonwealth University.

 

10/2003           Psychosocial Issues in Burn Rehabilitation                                                                                         Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Virginia Commonwealth University.

 

Fall 2004         Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Disability, Co-Instructor

                        Department of Rehabilitation Counseling, Virginia Commonwealth University                                                      

Spring 2004     Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Disability, Instructor

                        Department of Rehabilitation Counseling, Virginia Commonwealth University

 

12/2005           Physical and Recreational Activity for Individuals with Physical Disabilities:

                        Reasons, Resources and Referrals - A Panel Presentation. 

Grand Rounds, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Virginia Commonwealth University

 

 

 

2002-2006       Research Mentoring,   Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,

                        Virginia Commonwealth University

                        2002:   Barbara Bernard, MD; Daniel Slater, MD

                        2003:   Nicole Irwin, MD

            2004:   Nicole Lynn Lee, Christina Grange, Marquis Jordon, Cheryl Bennet

            2005:   Katia Santos, MD; Shane McNamee, MD

                        2006:   Colleen Wunderlich, MD

           

2007-2010       Clinical Supervision/ Mentoring

Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, University of Michigan

                        2007-2008:      Jessica Roberts, Ph.D.; Abigail Howard, Ph.D.

                        2008-2010:      Carrie Pilarski, Ph.D., Sarah Wright, Psy.D.

                        2010:               Timothy Shea, Psy.D.

 

7/2008             The Art of Scholarship, presentation with Claire Z. Kalpakjian, Ph.D.

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Grand Rounds, University of Michigan.

 

9/2008             Psychological Issues in Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury

Resident Lecture Series

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan

 

Fall 2008         Adhoc Reviewer, Research Rounds

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan

 

12/2008           Psychological Issues and Spinal Cord Injury

School of Nursing, University of Michigan

 

2008-2009              Coordinator, Rehabilitation Psychology Clinical Postdoctoral Training Seminar

Rehabilitation Psychology & Neuropsychology

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, University of Michigan

 

2008-Present   Rehabilitation Psychology Clinical Postdoctoral Training Seminar

                        Rehabilitation Psychology & Neuropsychology,

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, University of Michigan

§    September 11, 2008:  Fellows Survival Strategies and Tactics

§    September 18, 2008: Evidence-based practice

§    October 2, 2008:  The Multiple Roles of Rehabilitation Psychologists

§    February 5, 2009: Substance Abuse in Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury

§    October 1, 2009: Job Search Issues and Strategies

§    March 25, 2010, Adolescents with Chronic and End Stage Kidney Disease

§    December 16, 2010:  Thinking about Disability

§    March 14, 2011 : Self-Management of Disability and Chronic Disease

§    September 29, 2011: Job Search Issues for Rehabilitation Psychologists

§    April 4, 2012: Psychosocial Issues in Transplantation

§    October 16, 2014: SCI Basics

 

2009-2012       Coordinator, Rehabilitation Research Seminars

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, University of Michigan

 

2009-present   Presenter, Rehabilitation Research Seminars

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, University of Michigan

§  November 20, 2011: Informal Discussion of NIDRR Grants

§  January 2, 1010: Health and Health Care Disparities

§  February 12, 2010: Developing Research Statements

§  March 11, 2011: Transitioning to Independence

§  April 15, 2011: Development of An Electronic Gaming Application to Promote SCI Self-management Skills

§  May 13, 2011: Health Disparities and Disability

§  January 6, 2012:  Planning, Writing and Publishing Manuscripts

 

8/2009             Depression, Adjustment and Other Psychological Issues in Individuals with SCI

Resident Lecture Series

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan

 

2010-2014       Research Mentoring,   Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,                                   University of Michigan

                        2010-2012:      Sara McLaughlin, PhD

                        2012-2014:      Elham Mahmoudi, PhD

 

10/2011           Self-Management of Spinal Cord Injury, Lecture

                        Undergraduate UROP Students, University of Michigan

 

1/ 2012            Work-Life Balance in Graduate School

Workshop, Society for Minority Engineers and Scientists – Graduate Component

University of Michigan

 

Committee, Organizational, and Volunteer Service

Institutional

2001-2006       VCU Spinal Cord Injury Symposium Committee

2002-2003       Chair, Committee on Ethnic and Cultural Diversity, Department of Physical

                        Medicine and Rehabilitation, Virginia Commonwealth University

2004-2007              Professional Education Committee, VCU Center of Excellence on Women’s Health

2007-2012       Administrative Committee, 6A University of Michigan Health System

2008-2009       Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research Health Disparities Research                            Program, University of Michigan

2011-2012       Co-Chair, Recruitment Committee for Clinical Faculty Spinal Cord Injury Psychologist, Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, University of Michigan

 

Regional

2002-2006       Co-founder and coordinator, PosAbilities Unlimited, Adaptive Recreation

                        Organization, Richmond, Virginia

2002-2007       Virginia Department of Health Task Force on Health Promotion for People with

                        Disabilities

2005-2008       Board of Directors, Old Dominion Chapter of the National Spinal Cord Injury

                        Association (ODC/NSCIA)

2006-2007       President, Old Dominion Chapter of the National Spinal Cord Injury Association

                        (ODC/NSCIA)

2007-2010       Michigan Department of Health, Task Force on Health Promotion for People with

                        Disabilities

National

2001-2006       Member, Psychosocial Committee, SCI Model Systems

2002                Member, Rehabilitation Psychology Conference Planning Committee

2002-Present   Member, Rehabilitation Psychology Diversity Committee

2004-2005       APA Division 22, Liaison to Board of Professional Affairs

2004-2006       Member, APA Division 22 Awards Committee

2005-2010       Chair, Research Committee, American Association of Spinal Cord Injury

                        Psychologists and Social Workers (AASCIPSW)

2005-2010       Membership Committee, American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA)

2005-2007       Secretary / Treasurer: APA, Division 22, section 2, Women’s Issues in

                        Rehabilitation Psychology

2006-2009       Chair, Science Committee, APA, Division of Rehabilitation Psychology

2006-2009       APA Division 22, Liaison to Board of Scientific Affairs

2006-2010       Member, Rehabilitation Psychology Conference Planning Committee

2007-2010       President, Section on Women’s Issues in Rehabilitation Psychology,

Division 22, APA

2010-Present   Past-President, Section on Women’s Issues in Rehabilitation Psychology,

Division 22, APA

2011                Member, Baltimore Conference on Postdoctoral Training in Rehabilitation

Psychology

2012-Present   Board of Directors, Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals, Psychologists and Social Workers (PSW) Section

2012                Member, Rehabilitation Psychology Conference Planning Committee

2012-2013       Chair-elect and Pre-conference Chair for Technology Preconference

Rehabilitation Psychology Conference Planning Committee

2013-2014       Program Chair, Rehabilitation Psychology 2014 Conference

                        San Antonio, TX, February 27-March 1, 2014

 

Volunteer Service (Community and Humanitarian)

1986-1992       Emergency Medical Technician, Cranford First Aid Squad, Cranford, New Jersey

1988-1989       Hugger, Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland

1989-1992       Hotline Counselor, Sexual Assault Recovery Center, Baltimore, Maryland

1994-1997       Volunteer, Hospice of Appalachia, Athens, Ohio.

1995-1996       HIV/ AIDS Educator, Planned Parenthood, Athens, Ohio

2000-2003       Partner / Cabin Leader, Trails Edge Camp, Michigan

2001                Disaster Action Team, American Red Cross, Tricounty Chapter, New Jersey

2001-2003       Disaster Action Team, American Red Cross, Richmond Chapter, Virginia

2002-2006       PosAbilities Unlimited

2011-Present   Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Ann Arbor, Michigan

 

Consulting Positions

2012-2015       Research Consultant, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC

o   Successful Employment and Quality Work Life After Severe Disability Due to Spinal Cord  Injury, National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), Grant # H133A120122.   James S. Krause, PhD, Principal Investigator; October 2012 – September 2015

o   Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Employment of Individuals with Physical Disabilities. National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), Grant # H133B130011.  James S. Krause, PhD, Site Project Director; Paul Wehman, PhD, Principal Investigator October 2013-September 2014

 

Visiting Professorships, Seminars and Extramural Invited Presentations

Visiting Professorships

1.      Health Disparities and Spinal Cord Injury, Visiting Professor, Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, March 2008.

Seminars

1.    Increasing Understanding of the Meaning and Implications of Ethnic Minority Status for Persons with SCI.  Course to be presented at Annual Meeting of the American Spinal Injury Association Meeting In Denver, CO, May 2004.

2.      Increasing Understanding of the Meaning and Implications of Ethnic Minority Status for Persons with SCI.  Workshop presented with N Jackson and A Lewis, American Psychological Association Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 2004.

3.      Translating Clinical Questions into Research: Part one.  Workshop presented at Annual meeting of the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers, Las Vegas, NV, September 2005. 

4.      Women with Violently Acquired Spinal Cord Injury: Examination along the Research-Clinical Continuum.  Facilitated symposium at the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers Conference with M Forchheimer, C Duggan and S Gordon, Las Vegas, NV, September 2005.

5.         

6.      Women with Spinal Cord Injury: Translating Science into Practice.  Symposium presented at Congress of Spinal Cord Injury Medicine, Orlando, Florida, August 2008.

7.      Health Promotion and Self-Management after SCI.  Workshop presented with T. Glenn at Congress of Spinal Cord Injury Medicine, Orlando, Florida, August 2008.

8.      Managing Health Following Spinal Cord Injury (SCI): Making Translations between Theory, Research and Clinical Practice. Symposium presented with D Edhe and ML Guihan at the Congress of Spinal Cord Medicine, Las Vegas, NV, September 2010.

9.      Self-Management, Self-Regulation, and Problem-Solving Approaches in Rehabilitation.  Symposium presented with J Rath and C Sira at Rehabilitation Psychology 2014 meeting, San Antonio, TX, March 1, 2014.

Extramural invited presentations

1.      Issues of Culture and Diversity in Rehabilitation: Meeting the Needs of Patients and Families Workshop presented at the Williamsburg International Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury, June 2002.

2.      Employment following Spinal Cord Injury: Benefits, Barriers and Making Use of the Research.  VCU Spinal Cord Injury Symposium, Virginia Beach, VA, September 2002.

3.      Maintaining Health and Preventing Secondary Conditions for Individuals with Disabilities. Symposium presented with Sara Mateyka, Virginia Department of Health, Chronic Disease Conference, Roanoke, VA, April 2005.

4.      Minority Health, Disparities, and Spinal Cord Injury. Rehabilitation Psychology Conference, Baltimore, MD, April 2005.

5.      Communication in Health Care Setting: Optimizing Outcomes. VCU Spinal Cord Injury Symposium, Virginia Beach, VA, October 2005.

6.      Beyond Gender Differences: Spinal Cord Injury in Women, Rehabilitation Psychology Conference / Division 22 Mid-year meeting, Reno, NV, March 2006.

7.      Self-Care for the Rehabilitation Psychologist, Workshop presented with Drs. Catherine Wilson and Mary Brownsberger, Division 22 Mid-year Meeting, Tucson, AZ, February 2010.

8.      Importance of Integrating Technology into Clinical Practice.  Presentation at Technology Preconference – Using Technology to Enhance Clinical Practice: What Rehabilitation Psychologists Need to Know, Rehabilitation Psychology 2013, Division 22 Midyear Meeting, Jacksonville, Florida, February 21, 2013.

Other extramural teaching events

1.      Vocational Outcomes for Persons with Spinal Cord Injury: Overview and Assessment.  Platform presentation at the 16th Annual Conference of the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers, Las Vegas, Nevada, September 2002.

2.      Interventions for Successfully Overcoming Barriers to Community Living.  Platform presentation with J Kreutzer and D Hess at American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers Conference, Las Vegas, NV, September 2003.

3.      Family Needs after SCI and Strategies for Successfully Overcoming Challenges.  Platform presentation with J Kreutzer and D Hess at the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers Conference, Las Vegas, NV, September 2004. 

4.      Listening to the Voices of Traditionally Underserved Groups.  Platform presentation with N Jackson at the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers Conference, Las Vegas, NV, September 2004. 

5.      How to Treat a Woman with a Physical Disability. VCU Institute for Women’s Health, Monthly Discussion Series, Richmond, VA, July 2006.

6.      Conducting Clinical Research: First Steps.  The American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers, Las Vegas, NV, September 2006. 

7.      Physical Disabilities and Women’s Health. Women’s Health Conference: Clinical Insights & Best Practices, Williamsburg, VA, March 2007.

8.      Writing Peer-Reviewed Manuscripts: How to Annoy Reviewers and Not Get Published.  Presented with C. Kalpakjian.  Annual Conference of American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers, Orlando, FL, August 2007 .

9.      Self-Management of Spinal Cord Injury and Disease, Center for Chronic Disease Self-Management, School of Public Health, University of Michigan, March 2008.

10.  Division 22 / Division 38 Research Pre-Conference Rehabilitation Research Workshop.  Conceptualized and coordinated national pre-conference at Rehabilitation Psychology annual conference on February 26, 2009 in Jacksonville, Florida to teach research skills to rehabilitation psychologists.  Pre-conference lasted for 10 hours and included 8 presenters

11.  Facilitating the Self-Management of Spinal Cord Injury, Platform Presentation; PVA Summit, Orlando, Florida, September 2011.

12.  Health games for Individuals with SCI: Considerations in the development of a health promotion gaming application.  Platform Presentation; PVA Summit 2012: Delivering Excellence – Achieving State-of-the-Art Healthcare, Las Vegas, NV, August 2012. 

13.  Probative What??!! Concepts and Controversies in Quality of Life after SCI/D in Legal, Health Care and Community Settings.  Symposium to be presented with S Perkel, A Goldberg, and M Budd at Academy of SCI Professionals Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, September 2012. 

14.  Psychological and Behavioral Considerations in the Development of a Health Game to Promote Self-Management Skills among Adolescents and Young Adult Males with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI).  Platform presentation at Academy of SCI Professionals Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, September 2012. 

15.  Using Technology to Enhance Clinical Practice: What Rehabilitation Psychologists Need to Know.  8 CE Preconference offered at Rehabilitation Psychology 2013, Jacksonville, FL, February 2013. 

16.  Self- Self-Management, Self-Regulation, and Problem-Solving Approaches in Rehabilitation.  Workshop presented with Dr. Claire Sira and Dr. Joseph Rath at Rehabilitation Psychology 2014, San Antonio, TX, Feb 27th-March 2, 2014.

 

Bibliography

Peer-Reviewed (Refereed) Publications

1.      France C, French D, Page G, Bonk V, Meade M, Stewart K, Holroyd K (1996). Exteroceptive suppression of temporalis and masseter muscle activity is enhanced in offspring of hypertensives.  Psychophysiology 33(5):601 – 604.

2.      Meade MA, France CR, Peterson LM (1996). Predicting vasovagal reactions in volunteer blood donors.  Journal of Psychosomatic Research 40(5):495 - 501.

3.      Kolakowsky-Hayner SA, Gourley EV, Kreutzer JS, Marwitz JH, Meade MA, Cifu DX (2002).  Post-injury Substance Abuse among Persons with Brain Injury and Persons with Spinal Cord Injury.  Brain Injury 16(7):583-592.

4.      Kreutzer J, Kolakowsky-Hayner S, Demm S, Meade M (2002).  A structured approach to family intervention after brain injury.  Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 17(4):349-367.

5.      McKinley W, Cifu D, Seel R, Huang M, Kreutzer J, Drake D, Meade M (2003).  Age-related outcomes in persons with spinal cord injury: A summary paper. NeuroRehabilitation 18(1):83-90.

6.      Taylor L, Kreutzer J., Demm S, Meade M (2003).  Traumatic brain injury and substance abuse: A review and analysis of the literature. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 13(1-2), 165-188.

7.      Meade MA, Mahan J, Creer T (2003).  A Self-Management Program for Adolescents and Children with Renal Transplantations.  Journal of Clinical Psychology in a Medical Setting, 10(3):165-171.

8.      Meade MA, Cifu D, Seel R, McKinley W, Kreutzer J (2004).  Medical Procedures, Complications and Outcomes for Patients with Spinal Cord Injury: A Multicenter Investigation comparing African Americans and Whites.  Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 85(3):368-375. 

9.      Hess D, Meade MA, Forchheimer M, Tate D (2004). Psychological well-being and intensity of Employment with a Spinal Cord Injury.  Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation 9(4):1-10.

10.  Meade MA, Taylor L, Kreutzer J, Marwitz J, Thomas V (2004).  A Preliminary Study of Acute Family Needs after Spinal Cord Injury: Analysis and Implications.  Rehabilitation Psychology 49(2):150-155.

11.  Slater D, Meade MA (2004).  Participation in Recreation and Sports for Persons with Spinal Cord Injury: Review and Recommendations.  Neurorehabilitation 19(2):121-129. 

12.  Tate D, Forchheimmer M., Krause J, Meade MA, Bombardier C (2004). Patterns of Alcohol and Substance Use and  Abuse in Persons with Spinal Cord Injury: Risk Factors and Correlates.  Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 85(11):1837-1847.

13.  Whiteneck G, Meade MA, Dijkers M, Tate D, Bushnik T, Forchheimer, MB (2004).  Environmental Factors and Their Role in Participation and Life Satisfaction after Spinal Cord Injury.  Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 85(11):1793-1803.

14.  McKinley W, Meade MA, Kirshblum S, Barnard B (2004).  Outcomes of Early Surgical Management versus Late or No Surgical Intervention after Acute Spinal Cord Injury.  Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 85(11):1818-1825.

15.  Meade MA, Lewis A, Jackson MN, Hess DW (2004).  Race, Employment and Spinal Cord Injury. Archives of  Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 85(11):1782-1792.

16.  McKinley W, McNamee S, Meade M, Kandra K, Abdul N (2006).  Incidence, Etiology, and Risk Factors for Fever following Acute Spinal Cord Injury.  Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine, 29(5):501-506.

17.  Jackson MN, Meade MA, Ellenbogen P, Barrett K (2006).  Perspectives on Networking, Cultural Values, and Skills Among African American Men with SCI: A Reconsideration of Social Capital Theory. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 25(1):21-33.

18.  Ellenbogen PS, Meade MA, Jackson, MN, Barrett, K (2006).  The Impact of Spinal Cord Injury on the Employment of Family Caregivers.  Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 25(1):35-44.

19.  Meade MA, Barrett K, Ellenbogen PS, Jackson MN (2006). Work Intensity and Variations in Health and Personal Characteristics of Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI).  Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 25(1):13-19.

20.  Meade MA, Armstrong A, Barrett K, Ellenbogen PS, Jackson MN (2006).  Vocational Rehabilitation Services for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury.  Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 25(1):3-11. 

21.    McKinley W, Santos K, Meade M, Brooke K (2007).  Incidence and outcomes of spinal cord injury clinical syndromes, Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine 30(3):215-224.

22.  McKinley W, Merrell C, Meade M, Brooke K, DiNicola A. (2008). Rehabilitation outcomes after infection-related spinal cord disease: A retrospective analysis. American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 87(4):275-280.

23.  Kalpakjian CZ, Meade M (2008).  Writing Manuscripts for Peer Review: Your Guide to Not Annoying Reviewers and Increasing Your Chances of Success.  Sexuality and Disability 26(4): 229–240.

24.  Meade MA, Forchheimer M, Krause JS, Charlifue S (2011).  The Influence of Secondary Conditions on Job Acquisition and Retention in Adults with Spinal Cord Injury.  Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 92(3):425-432. 

25.  Kalpakjian CZ, Houlihan B, Meade MA, Karana-Zebari D, Heinemann, AW, Dijkers MP, Wierbicky J, Charlifue S (2011). Marital Status, Marital Transitions, Well-Being, and Spinal Cord Injury: An Examination of the Effects of Sex and Time.  Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 92(3):433-440.

26.  Charlifue S, Apple D, Burns SP, Chen D, Cuthbert JP, Donovan WH, Lammertse DP, Meade MA, Pretz CR (2011).  Mechanical Ventilation, Health and Quality of Life Following Spinal Cord Injury.  Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 92(3):457-463. 

27.  Forchheimer M, Meade MA (2011).  Women with Violently Acquired Spinal Cord Injury: Characteristics of a Vulnerable Population.  Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation. 17(2): 10-16. 

28.  Meade MA, Carr L, Ellenbogen P, Barrett K (2011). Perceptions of Provider Education and Attitude by Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury: Implications for Health Care Disparities.  Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation. 17(2): 25-37. 

29.  DeJong G, Hoffman J, Meade MA, Bombardier C, Deutsch A, Nemunaitis G, Roach MJ, Tate DG, Boninger ML, Chen Y, Hsieh J, Jette A, Wierbicky J, Chiodo A, Forchheimer M (2011). Post-Rehabilitative Care for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury: Extending Health Care into the Community.  Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation. 17(2): 46-58. 

30.  Meade MA (2011). Influence of Provider Behaviors on the Health of Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury: Review and Recommendations.  Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation.  17(2): 70-80. 

31.    Meade MA, Mahmoudi E, Lee, SY (2014).  The Intersection of Disability and Healthcare Disparities: A Conceptual Framework.  Disability & RehabilitationJul 25:1-10

32.  Mahmoudi E, Meade MA, Forchheimer M, Fyffe D, Krause J, Tate D. (in press).Longitudinal Analysis of Hospitalization After Spinal Cord Injury:  Variation Based on Race and Ethnicity Archives of Physical Medicine  and Rehabilitation.  Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.   

33.  Mahmoudi E, Meade MA. (in press). Disparities in Access to Healthcare Among Adults with Physical Disabilities: Analysis of a Representative National Sample for a Ten-Year Period. Disability and Health Journal. 

34.  Meade M, Reed K, Saunders L, Krause (in press).  It’s all of the Above: Benefits of Working for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury.  Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation.

Non Peer-Reviewed Publications

1.      Meade M (1995).  Thesis: Validation of the Blood Donation Sensitivity Scale.  Chairperson:  Christopher France, Ph.D.

2.      Meade M, Mahan J, Creer TL (1996).  Trainer’s Manual for the Self-Management of Renal Transplantation.  Columbus, OH: Children’s Hospital. 

3.      Meade M, Mahan J, Creer TL (1996).  Patient’s Manual for the Self-Management of Renal Transplantation. Columbus, OH: Children’s Hospital. 

4.      Meade M, Mancuso M, Baker J (1997).  Group Therapy for Chronic Medical Conditions: Facilitator’s Manual.  Galveston, TX: University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.

5.      Meade MA (1998).  The Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Self-Management Program for Adolescents and Children with Renal Transplantation, Dissertation, 1998. 

6.      Meade M, McKinley W (2004).  Pressure Ulcers.  Help You Need Guide; Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems, Virginia Commonwealth University. 

7.      Meade M, Floyd S, Kotini P (2004).  Assistive Technology for Employment following Spinal Cord Injury.  Help You Need Guide; Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems, Virginia Commonwealth University. 

8.      Floyd S, Meade M (2004). Interviewing for a Job: Tips for Persons with a Spinal Cord Injury.  Help You Need Guide; Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems, Virginia Commonwealth University. 

9.      Meade M, Jackson MN, Barrett K, Ellenbogen P (2006).  Needs Assessment of Virginians with Spinal Cord Injury: Final Report – Findings and Recommendations.  Spring 2006. 

10.  Meade M (2006).  Virginia Recreational Resources for People with Disabilities.  Second Edition.   PosAbilities Unlimited and Virginia Commonwealth University, Fall 2006. 

11.  Meade M (2006).  Physical and Recreational Activities: Considerations for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury.  PosAbilities Unlimited and Virginia Commonwealth University, 200

12.  Meade, MA (2008).  The Many Benefits of Exercise.  SCI Access, Fall 2008 [Newsletter], U-M SCI Model System, University of Michigan, Vol. 16(1), p. 3. 

13.  Meade, MA (2008).  Motivation and Exercise.  SCI Access, Fall 2008 [Newsletter], U-M SCI Model System, University of Michigan, Vol. 16(1), p. 4. 

14.  Meade MA (2009): Health Mechanics: Tools for the Self-Management of Spinal Cord Injury and Disease. Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Center for Managing Chronic Disease, University of Michigan.

15.  Meade MA (2009): Facilitating Health Mechanics: A Guide for Care Providers of Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury and Disease.  Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Center for Managing Chronic Disease, University of Michigan.

16.  Meade, MA (2010).  Health Mechanics: Tools for Effective Management of SCI/D.  SCI Access, Spring 2010 [Newsletter], U-M SCI Model System, University of Michigan, Vol. 18(1), P. 2. 

17.  Meade, MA (Editor) (2010).  SCI Access, Fall 2010. [Newsletter], U-M Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan, Vol. 18 (2).

18.  Meade, MA (2010).  Around the SCI Model Systems.  SCI Access, Fall 2010 [Newsletter], U-M SCI Model System, University of Michigan, Vol. 18(2), p. 2. 

19.  Meade, MA (Editor) (2011) SCI Access, Winter 2011. [Newsletter] U-M Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, Vol. 19 (1).

20.  Meade, MA (2011).  Participating in Experimental Treatments.  SCI Access, Winter 2011 [Newsletter], U-M SCI Model System, University of Michigan, Vol. 19 (1), pp. 9.

21.  Meade, MA (Editor) (2011): SCI Access, Fall 2011. [Newsletter]  U-M Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, Vol. 19 (2).

22.  Meade, MA (2011).  Some Final Thoughts about Emotional Health and SCI.  SCI Access, Fall 2012[Newsletter], U-M SCI Model System, University of Michigan, Vol. 19 (2), p. 14.

23.  Meade, MA (Editor) (2012): SCI Access, Spring 2012. [Newsletter]  U-M Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, Vol. 20 (1).

24.  Meade, MA (2012).  Beyond Education: Promoting self-management through electronic gaming.  SCI Access, Spring 2012[Newsletter], U-M SCI Model System, University of Michigan, Vol. 20 (1), pp. 6-7.

25.  Meade, MA (Editor) (2012): SCI Access, Fall 2012. [Newsletter]  U-M Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, Vol. 20 (2).

26.  Meade, MA (2012).  The Importance of Making Connections.  SCI Access, Fall 2012[Newsletter], U-M SCI Model System, University of Michigan, Vol. 20 (2), pp. 1, 3.

27.  Meade, MA (2012).  Planned Spontaneity.  SCI Access, Fall 2012[Newsletter], U-M SCI Model System, University of Michigan, Vol. 20 (2), pp. 10-11.

28.  Meade, MA (Editor) (2013): SCI Access, Spring 2013. [Newsletter]  U-M Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, Vol. 21 (1).

29.  McTigue, P & Meade, MA (2013).  The Road to the Paralympics.  SCI Access, Spring 2013 [Newsletter], U-M SCI Model System, University of Michigan, Vol. 21(1), pp. 6-7.

30.  Meade, MA (Editor) (2013): SCI Access, Fall 2013. [Newsletter]  U-M Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, Vol. 21 (2).

31.  Meade, MA (2013).  Employment after Spinal Cord Injury: Issues and Importance.  SCI Access, Fall 2013 [Newsletter], U-M SCI Model System, University of Michigan, Vol. 21(2), pp. 1, 3, 15. 

32.  Meade, MA (2013).  Ticket to Work.  SCI Access, Fall 2013 [Newsletter], U-M SCI Model System, University of Michigan, Vol. 21(2), pp. 8-9.

 

 

Book Chapters

1.         Meade M, Tornichio S, Mahan J (2009). Chronic Kidney and Endstage Renal Disease.  In WT O’Donohue (Editor), Behavioral Approaches to Chronic Disease in Adolescence: A Guide to Integrative Care.  Springer publishers, New York, NY, 233-251.   

2.         Meade M, Farrell D, Krause J (2012), Vocational Aspects of Spinal Cord Injury.  In S Kirschblum & D Campagnolo (Editors), Spinal Cord Medicine, Edition 2.  Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. Philadelphia, 398-409.

3.         Meade MA, Cronin LA (2012). The Expert Patient and the Self-Management of Chronic Conditions and Disabilities.  In P Kennedy (editor), Oxford Handbook of Rehabilitation Psychology, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 492-510. 

Presentations and Published Abstracts (refereed)

1.      France CR, French DJ, Meade MA, Holroyd KA (1994).  Exteroceptive suppression in offspring of hypertensives.  Psychophysiology, 31, S48.  Paper presented at Society for Psychophysiological Research, Atlanta, GA.

2.      Meade M, France C, Peterson L, Greer M (1995).  Predicting reactions to blood donation.  Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 17, S192.  Poster presented at the meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, California.

3.      France C, Marsico E, Greer M, Meade M, Ditto B, Adler P, France J (1995).  Resting systolic blood pressure is inversely related to venipuncture pain ratings during blood donation.  Psychophysiology, S32.  Poster presented at the meeting of the Society of Psychophysiological Research, Ontario, Canada.

4.      Greer ML, France CR, Meade MA (1996, March).  Coping style as a predictor of negative reactions to blood donation.  Poster presented at the meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, D.C.

5.      Meade M, France C, Henninger M, Bonk V, Booher A, Scott C (1996).  Gender, fear, and subjective reactions to blood donation.  Poster presented at the Women’s Health Conference. Washington, D.C.

6.      Meade M, Lipchik G (1997).  Behavior and attitude change following a peer presentation about AIDS and condom use.  Annals of Behavioral Medicine, Vol. 19 (Supplement), p. S190.

7.      Meade M, Mahan J, Creer T (2000).  Outcome of a pilot self-management program for children and adolescents with Renal Transplant.  Poster presented at the annual conference for the Society for Pediatric Research, Boston, MA.  

 

8.      Meade M, Kewman D, Tate D, Kobe D (2000).  Issues and Experiences working with Arab-Americans with Spinal Cord Injury.  Poster presented at the 14th annual Conference of the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers, Las Vegas, Nevada.

9.      Meade M, Taylor LT, Kreutzer J, Marwitz J (2002).  Family Needs after Spinal Cord Injury: A Preliminary Study.  Poster presented at Rehabilitation Psychology 2002 Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana. 

10.  Slater D, Meade M, McKinley W, Cifu D (2002).  The Influence of Injury Level and Marital Status Upon Recreation in Individuals With SCI.  Poster presented at the AAPM&R 63rd Annual Assembly, Orlando, Florida.  

11.  Meade M, Forchheimer M, Tate D, Hess D (2003).  Psychological well-being and intensity of Employment following Spinal Cord Injury.  Poster presented at Rehabilitation Psychology 2003 in Tucson, AZ.

12.  Meade M, Brooke K, Hess D, Kreutzer J (2003).  Productivity after Spinal Cord Injury: An Examination of the Characteristics and Quality of Life of Homemakers.  Poster presented at the 2003 American Psychological Association annual meeting in Toronto, Canada.  

13.  Meade M, Cifu D, Seel R, McKinley W, Kreutzer J (2003).  Racial disparities and Spinal Cord Injury: Examining Medical Procedures, Complications and Outcomes.  Poster presented at the 2003 annual meeting of American Paraplegia Society; Las Vegas.

14.  Irwin N, Clawson E, Monasterio E, Williams T, Meade M (2003).  Outcomes of a Day Feeding Program in Children with Cerebral Palsy.  Presentation at American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Chicago. 

15.  McKinley W, Meade M, Kirshblum S, Barnard B (2003).  Outcomes of Surgical vs. Non-Surgical Spine Intervention Following Acute Spinal Cord Injury.  Poster presented at American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Chicago.

16.  Tate D, Forchheimmer M, Krause J, Meade M, Bombardier C (2004).  Patterns of Alcohol and Substance Use and Abuse in Persons with Spinal Cord Injury: Risk Factors and Correlates.  Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the American Spinal Injury Association, May 2004, Denver. 

17.  Whiteneck G, Meade M, Bushnik T, Tate D, Dijkers M (2004).  Environmental Factors and Their Role on Participation and Life Satisfaction after Spinal Cord Injury.  Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the American Spinal Injury Association, May 2004, Denver. 

18.  McKinley W, Meade M, Kirshblum S, Barnard B (2004).  Outcomes of Surgical vs. Non-Surgical Spine Intervention following Acute Spinal Cord Injury.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Spinal Injury Association, May 2004, Denver.  

19.  Meade M, Jackson N, Lewis A, Hess D (2004).  Race, Employment and Spinal Cord Injury.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Spinal Injury Association, May 2004, Denver. 

20.  Lee N, Ellenbogen P, Meade M, Jackson N, Barrett K (2004).  Focus on Women with SCI: Strengths, Needs, Concerns and Issues.  Poster presented at the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers Conference, September 6-8, 2004, Las Vegas, NV.

21.  Floyd S, Meade M, Armstrong A, Abdul N (2004).  An Introduction to Computer Skills and Job Search Training for Persons with Spinal Cord Injury.  Poster presented at the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers Conference, September 6-8, 2004, Las Vegas, NV.   

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22.  Meade M, Jackson MN, Ellenbogen P, Barrett K (2005).  Focus on African American Men with Spinal Cord Injury.  Poster presented at the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers Conference, September 6-8, 2005, Las Vegas, NV.

23.  Santos K, McKinley W, Meade M, Brooke K (2005).  Incidence and Outcomes of Spinal Cord Injury Syndrome.  Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 86 (9), e40-41.

24.  McNamee S, McKinley W, Meade M. (2005).  Incidence, Etiology and Risk Factors for Fevers in SCI.  Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 86 (9), e44-45.

25.  Meade M (2006).  Psychological Services and Spinal Cord Injury.  Poster presented at the American Association for Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers, September 4th to 7th, 2006, Las Vegas, NV. 

26.    Meade M, Barrett K, Jackson MN (2006).  Perceptions of Overweight and Obesity in Individuals with SCI.  Abstract presented at American Spinal Injury Association, June 27, 2006, Boston, MA. 

27.  Meade M, Petty S, Hornyak J, Marshbanks J, Clayborn D, Maslowski E (2012).  Development of a Health Game to Promote Self-Management Skills among Adolescents and Young Adult Males with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI).  Poster presented at the 29th annual James Rae Day, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan, May 11, 2012, Ann Arbor, MI.

28.  Meade M. Provider and System-Level Factors that Create and Perpetuate Healthcare Disparities for Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. 2014 APR; 47 (1 - Suppl):S56. http://link.springer.com/journal/12160/47/1/suppl/page/1



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