ED&I Dissemination

Publications

  • Barger, B., Graybill, E., & Roach, A. T. (under review). Exploring the dimensionality and differential item functioning of the Student Risk Screening Scale-Internalizing and Externalizing 12 (SRSS-IE12). Assessment for Effective Intervention.
  • Baumann, S. D., LaFleur, R. C., Graybill, E., Barger, B., Vinoski Thomas, E., Truscott, S. D., & Crimmins, D. (in press). Infusing cultural competence training into a disability leadership program: Perceptions and recommendations. Journal of Cultural Diversity.
  • LaFleur, R. C., Truscott, S., Graybill, E., Crenshaw, M., & Crimmins, D. (2018). Improving culturally congruent healthcare for children with disabilities: Stakeholder perspectives of cultural competence training in an interdisciplinary leadership training program. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 29, 101-111. doi: 10.1177/1043659617699065 (refereed)
  • Vinoski Thomas, E., Graybill, E., & Murray, M. (in press). Health equity in populations with disabilities. In K.B. Smalley, J.C. Warren, & M.I. Fernandez (Eds.), Health Equity: A Solution-Focused Approach. New York, NY: Springer.
  • Graybill, E. (2018). Cultural norms and individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities. In E. Braaten (Ed.) The SAGE encyclopedia of intellectual and developmental disorders. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
  • Graybill, E., & Varjas, K. (2017). A commitment to social justice: Professional and ethical issues from a multicultural perspective. In E. C. Lopez, S. G. Nahari, & S. L. Proctor (Eds.), The handbook of multicultural school psychology: An interdisciplinary perspective (2nd Ed.). New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Crimmins, D., Wheeler, B., Wood, L., Graybill, E., & Goode, T. (2018). Equity, diversity, and inclusion action plan for the UCEDD National Network. Association of University Centers on Disabilities, Silver Spring, MD.
  • Washington, M. (in progress, 2020). Proportional differences between race/ethnicity of school professionals and the school children they serve: Developing metrics for and investigating the predictive validity of educational disparities across time. Dissertation Chair: Stephen Truscott
  • Barger, B., Rice, C., Benevides, T., Crimmins, D., Salmon, A.#, & Sanchez, S. (in progress). Are developmental screening and monitoring better together for early Autism identification across race and ethnic groups? Target: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.

 

Presentations

  • Graybill, E. (2019, September). Cultural competence in home visiting settings. Podium presentation at the Georgia Home Visiting Institute, Atlanta, GA. (state-based, invited)
  • Crimmins, D., Goode, T., Wheeler, B., & Graybill, E. (2018, November). Equity, diversity, and inclusion action plan for the UCEDD national network. Panel presentation at the Association of University Centers on Disabilities Conference, Washington, DC. (national, invited)
  • Esch, R., Graybill, E., Ingraham, C., Mesa, D., Martinez, D., Jones, J., Raines, T., Berzins, A., Miranda, A., McCabe, P., Rubinson, F., Song, S., & Shriberg, D. (2016, February). Infusing cultural competence into consultation and professional development. Podium presentation as part of the President’s Strand at the National Association for School Psychologists Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA. (national, refereed)
  • Munoz, B., & Graybill, E. (2015, December). Cultural competence in education. Panel presentation at the Georgia Association for Positive Behavior Support Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA. (state-based, refereed)
  • Butler, J., & Graybill, E. (2015, September). Culture, family, and disability. Panel presentation at the Parent Mentor Partnership Conference, Macon, GA. (state-based, invited)
  • Graybill, E. (2015, July). Strategies for practicing cultural competence as a mental health educator. Podium presentation at the Systems of Care Academy, Stone Mountain, GA. (state-based, refereed)
  • Graybill, E., Vinoski, E., Esch, R., Truscott, S., Crenshaw, M., & Crimmins, D. (2015). Cultural competence training in disability leadership programs: Perceptions and recommendations. Paper presented at the Association for University Centers on Disability Annual Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Graybill, E. & Huddleston, L. (2017). Cultural competence Series: Part 1- Microaggressions and implicit bias, Part 2- poverty and mental health, Part 3- cultural humility and family centered care. Center for Leadership in Disability, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.
  • Barger, B. (2020, Fall). Differences or Disparities? Methodological considerations for autism research determining why rates differ across sociodemographic groups. Invited Presentation to the Epidemiology Seminar Series at the University of Georgia School of Public Health
  • Barger, B., Benevides, T., Rizk, S., Salmon, A. & Sanchez, S. (2020).  Implications of developmental screening and monitoring receipt for reducing racial/ethnic disparities in early autism identification. Poster presented to 2020 Annual Meeting for the International Society for Autism Research.
  • Barger, B., Salmon, A., & Sanchez, S. (2020, accepted). Racial disparities in the conjoint receipt of screening and monitoring. Poster accepted for the 2020 Association for Maternal and Child Health Programs.
  • Barger, B., Moody, E., Rosenberg, S. & Wiggins, L. (2019). Temperament variability among socio-demographic and clinical subgroups of children with autism spectrum disorder in the Study to Explore Early Development. Abstract presented at the 2019 International Meeting for Autism Research, Montreal, Canada.
  • Barger B. (2016). Developmental surveillance in Georgia: Surveillance, monitoring, screening, and cultural factors. Invited presentation at the Georgia Autism Conference and Exposition.
  • Crimmins, D. (2016). Panelist in Toolkit in action: National Training Initiative – UCEDD Diversity Fellowships. Plenary session at the AIDD Technical Assistance Institute: Arlington, VA.
  • Graybill, E., Wells, R., Truscott, S., Esch, R. Heggs, A., Crenshaw, M., & Crimmins, D. (2016). Using Rubrics to measure growth toward cultural competence. In S.D. Truscott (Chair) & A. Roach (Discussant), The use of multiple evaluation methods to address the complexity of outcome measures in interprofessional training programs. Symposium to be presented at the American Evaluation Association, Atlanta, GA.
  • Munoz, B., (2017). Latino community of practice. TASH Conference
  • Munoz, B. (2018). Latino community practice. Poster presented at the 2018 Community Advisory Council Retreat, Jekyll Island, GA.
  • Crimmins, D., & Parent-Johnson, W. (2016). Recruit and retain a diverse trainee pool. Facilitated breakout session at the AIDD Technical Assistance Institute: Arlington, VA.
  • Crimmins, D., & Parent-Johnson, W. (2016). Recruit and retain a diverse trainee pool. Facilitated breakout session at the AIDD Technical Assistance Institute: Arlington, VA.
  • Crimmins, D., Feinstein, C., & Martin, V. (2015). Partnership with diverse communities. Facilitated breakout session at the AIDD Technical Assistance Institute: Bethesda, MD.
  • Gregory, C., Graybill, E., & Jones., C. (2018). Health & Health Equity in Georgia and the South: Challenges & Opportunities. Invited panelist for Examining classroom practices related to social-emotional learning in early childhood settings at the Association of University Centers on Disabilities. Washington, DC.
  • Gregory, C., Salmon, A., & Munoz, B. (2019). Cultural competence. 2019 Center for Leadership in Disability Staff Retreat. Dawsonville, GA.
  • Munoz, L., & Graybill, E. (2019). Diversity fellowship. Roundtable discussion at the 2019 Community Advisory Council. Dawsonville, GA.
  • Graybill, E., Roach, A.T., & DeBlaere, C. (2018). Equity and cultural competence in K-12 schools. Workshop at Muscogee County Schools, Columbus, GA.