Presentations

 
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PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Invited presentations and colloquial

  • Hall, B. J. (July, 2017). Charting a career in Global Mental Health: The initial journey and the road ahead. Key note speech delivered at the 38th annual Stress and Anxiety Research Society Meeting, Hong Kong, People’s Republic of China.
  • Hall, B. J. (April, 2017). Lecture series in Global Mental Health. Peking University, Beijing, People’s Republic of China.
  • Hall, B. J. (November, 2016). Reaching populations in need: Towards a protocol for developing eMental Health interventions for migrant workers. International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies, Dallas, TX, USA.
  • Hall, B. J. (July, 2016). Early Career Awards Speech, Division 52. Invited plenary address at the APA Annual Convention Denver, Colorado, USA.
  •  Hall, B. J. (July, 2016). Early Career Awards Speech. Invited plenary address at the 31st Annual International Congress of Psychology, Diversity in Harmony: Insights from
    Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  • Hall, B. J. (October, 2015). Culturally Adapted Evaluation and Intervention within Populations Exposed to Adversity: Examples from Global Mental Health. Paper invited for presentation at the Symposium on Disaster and Community Mental Health, Faculty of Social Sciences and Department of Psychology, Hong Kong University, Hong Kong (SAR), People’s Republic of China.
  • Hall, B. J. (April, 2015). The role of social resources in overcoming adversity: Examples from China, Africa and the Middle East. Paper invited for presentation at the Department of Psychology Research Series, Hong Kong University, Hong Kong (SAR), People’s Republic of China.
  • Hall, B. J. (September, 2014). The role of social resources in posttraumatic adaptation. Paper invited for presentation at the Fourth Mental Health Conference: Stress and Mental Health, organized by the Key Laboratory of Mental Health, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, People’s Republic of China.
  • Hall, B. J. (June, 2014). Psychosocial responses to disaster. Paper presented at the International Service Learning Conference, Central Philippines University, IloIlo, Philippines.
  •  Hall, B. J. (February, 2014). Challenges facing college-aged students and factors that contribute to positive adaptation. Paper presented at the Higher Education Leadership Program (HELP), Dagon University, Yangon, Myanmar.
Presentations at professional meetings

* Indicates mentored trainee co-author (undergraduate, postgraduate, fellow, or research staff)

  • Hall, B. J. (June, 2017). Risk factors for PTSD among migrant workers in China. Paper presented at the European Society of Traumatic Stress Studies biannual meeting, Odense, Denmark.
  • *Pangan, C. A. C., *Chan, E. W. W., *Lao, K., *Huang, L., *Xiong, P., *Mendoza, B.
    M., & Hall, B. J. (2017, July). The Buffering Effect of Social Capital on Perceived Discrimination on Depression and Anxiety Symptoms among Female Domestic Workers in Macau, China. Poster presented at the STAR conference 2017, Hong Kong SAR, China.
  • *Shen, Z. Z.,*Leong, S. U., Chang K., Lam L. F., *Ao, A. W. S., *Chan, E. W. W. & Hall, B. J. (July, 2017). Cultural manifestations of distress among Chinese adults in Macau (SAR), China. Poster presented at the STAR conference 2017, Hong Kong SAR, China.
  • *Shi, W., *Xiong, P., *Mendoza, B. M., *Chan, E. W. W., *Lao, K., *Pangan, C. A. C., Huang, L., & Hall, B. J. (2017, July). Factors related to the intention to use eMental Health among female Filipino domestic workers in Macau. Poster presented at the STAR conference 2017, Hong Kong SAR, China.
  • *Guo, X., *Chou, U. I., Sou, K.,*Xiong, P., *Shen, Z., & Hall, B. J. (July, 2017). The influence of a low-intensity mindfulness intervention on university students’ depression, stress, and anxiety. Paper presented at the STAR conference 2017, Hong Kong SAR, China.
  • *Mendoza, N. B., Mordeno, I. G., Latkin, C. A., & Hall, B. J. (July, 2017). Evidence of the paradoxical effect of social network support: a study among Filipino domestic workers in China. Paper presented at the Stress and Anxiety Research Society Conference 2017, Hong Kong SAR, China.
  • *Chou, U. I., *Guo X., Sou, K. L., *Xiong, P., *Shen, Z. Z., & Hall, B. J. (2017, July). A mobile health reminder enhanced mindfulness intervention adherence in university   
          setting. Poster presented at the STAR conference 2017, Hong Kong SAR, China.
  • *Xiong, P., Zhang, J., Wang, X. H., Wu, T. L., & Hall, B. J. (December, 2016). Effects of a mixed media education intervention program on increasing knowledge, attitude and compliance with Standard Precautions among nursing students: A randomized controlled. Paper presented at the 3rd Nursing Conference of Four Districts of Cross-Straits, Macau (SAR), People's Republic of China.
  •  *Xiong, P., Hall, B. J., Chen, W. & Ling, L. (October, 2016). Association between sleep sources and depressive symptoms among Chinese migrants in Guangzhou, China: a
    representative population-based study. Poster presented at the 2nd Annual Conference of the Chinese Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CCUGH), Kunshan, China.
  •  Hall, B. J. & *Garabiles, M. R., *Mendoza, N., (September, 2016). A qualitative needs assessment to inform intervention priorities for overseas Filipina Domestic Workers, in Utilizing qualitative and quantitative research to inform intervention priorities and treatment targets for Filipina Domestic Workers: Demonstrating research and practice integration. Paper presented at the 53rd Annual Psychology Association of the Philippines Conference, Clark, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines.
  • *Garabiles, M. R., Ofreneo, M.A.P. & Hall, B. J. (September, 2016). A Grounded Theory of Family Resilience among Transnational Families of Filipina Domestic Workers. Paper presented at the 53rd Annual Psychology Association of the Philippines Conference, Clark, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines.
  •  *Mendoza, N., Hall, B. J., Mordeno, I. (September, 2016). Adaptation and factor analysis of the post-migration living difficulties questionnaire for Filipino female domestic workers in Macau, China. Paper presented at the 53rd Annual Psychology Association of the Philippines Conference, Clark, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines.
  • *Peng, X., Ng, O., Ho., P., Mendoza, N., Chan, E., Wu, T.L., Hall, B. J. (September, 2016). Identifying social factors that correlate with sleep quality among Filipino domestic workers in Macau: a preliminary analysis. Paper presented at the 53rd Annual Psychology Association of the Philippines Conference, Clark, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines.
  • Hall, B. J. & *Garabiles, M. R. (July, 2016). Social determinants of poor physical and mental health among Filipina domestic helpers in Macau, China: Results from a multiple
    stake holder community health needs assessment. Paper accepted for presentation at the 31st Annual International Congress of Psychology, Diversity in Harmony: Insights from
    Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  • Hall, B. J. & Lam, A.I.F. (July, 2016). Correlates of depression in Macau (SAR), China: Results from the first epidemiological study of depression in Macau. Paper accepted for
    presentation at the 31st Annual International Congress of Psychology, Diversity in Harmony: Insights from Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  • Hall, B. J., Discussant, in Bodner, E., Uval, Y., Hou, K., & Shrira, A. (July, 2016). Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms as a Function of the Interactive Effect of
    Subjective Age and Subjective Distance-to-Death along the Life-Span. Symposium accepted for presentation at the 31st Annual International Congress of Psychology,
    Diversity in Harmony: Insights from Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  • *Garabiles, M. R., Ofreneo, M. A. P., & Hall, B. J. (July, 2016). A Grounded Theory of Family Resilience Among Transnational Families of Filipina Domestic Helpers: Narratives of Striving to Commit to Family. Paper accepted for presentation at the 31st Annual International Congress of Psychology, Diversity in Harmony: Insights from Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  • *Xiong, P., *Wu, T. L., & Hall, B. J. (July, 2016). mHealth Interventions are promising for increasing medication adherence among people with serious mental illness: Results from a systematic review. Paper accepted for presentation at the 31st Annual International Congress of Psychology, Diversity in Harmony: Insights from Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  •  *Mendoza, N. B., Mordeno, I. G. & Hall, B. J. (July, 2016). Social network support increases psychological distress among Filipino female domestic
    workers in Macau. Paper accepted for presentation at the 31st Annual International Congress of Psychology, Diversity in Harmony: Insights from
    Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  • *Wu, T. L., Hall, B. J., & Lam, A. I. F. (July, 2016). The population prevalence of depression in Macau (SAR), China. Poster accepted for presentation at the 31st Annual International Congress of Psychology, Diversity in Harmony: Insights from Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  • *Wu, J., Li, Q. F., & Hall, B. J. (July, 2016). Research of college students' propensity of conspicuous consumption. Poster accepted for presentation at the 31st Annual International Congress of Psychology, Diversity in Harmony: Insights from Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  • *Shen, Z. Z., Tao, Y. K., & Hall, B. J. (July, 2016). Having a furry friend: The benefits of pet-keeping behavior. Poster accepted for presentation at the 31st Annual International Congress of Psychology, Diversity in Harmony: Insights from Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  •  *Shen, Z. Z., Lea, S. E. G., & Hall, B. J. (July, 2016). Does personality influence people's preference? The relationship between personality similarities and dog preferences. Poster accepted for presentation at the 31st Annual International Congress of Psychology, Diversity in Harmony: Insights from Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  •  *Ip, C. N., Hall, B. J., & Chen, W. (July, 2016).  Does social support modify the relationship between trauma exposure and alcohol misuse? Poster accepted for
    presentation at the 31st Annual International Congress of Psychology, Diversity in Harmony: Insights from Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  •  *Chan C. I., Hall, B. J., Garabiles, M. R., & Bernardo, A. B. I. (July, 2016). An exploration of the modifying influence of social networks on Filipina domestic helpers anxiety in Macau (SAR), China. Poster accepted for presentation at the 31st Annual International Congress of Psychology, Diversity in Harmony: Insights from Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.
  • *Xiong, P., *Wu, T. L., & Hall, B. J. (January, 2016). Nursing students’ compliance with standard precautions: Effectiveness of an intervention program. Poster presented at the Bhealth Conference, Hong Kong (SAR), People’s Republic of China.
  • Hall, B. J., Lam, A. I. F., & *Wu, T. L (January, 2016). The population prevalence of depression in Macau (SAR), China. Poster accepted for presentation at the Bhealth
    Conference, Hong Kong (SAR), People’s Republic of China.
  •  Hall, B. J., Lam, A. I. F., *Wu, T. L., & Yuncg, J. (November, 2015). The population prevalence of depression in Macau (SAR), China. Paper presented at the International
    Conference on Social Stratification, Demographic Transition and Health, Macau (SAR), People’s Republic of China.
  • Elhai, J. D., & Hall, B.J. (2015, November). Security of psychologists’ electronic patient communication: An empirical investigation. Poster session presented at the 49th Annual Meeting of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Chicago, IL      
  • Elhai, J. D., & Hall, B.J. (2015, November). Anxiety about data breaches: Results from a community sample. Poster session presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Computers in Psychology, Chicago, IL.
  •  Elhai, J. D., Levine, J. C., & Hall, B.J. (2015, November). Anxiety about electronic data breaches and relations with digital privacy protection. Poster session presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Computers in Psychology, Chicago, IL.
  • Hall, B.J., Chang, K., Chen, W., Latkin, C., Yeung, A. (September, 2015). Documenting the mental health treatment gap in Guangzhou China: Epidemiological evidence to guide global mental health interventions. Talk presented at the International Symposium on Migrant Health Policy and Research in China, Guangzhou, Guangdong, People’s Republic of China.
  • Hall, B.J. (June, 2015). An application of conservation of resources theory to understanding migrant resilience in China. Paper presented at the 36th annual Stress & Anxiety Research Society Conference, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel.
  • Chang, K., Hall, B.J., *Sou, K. L., Chen, W., Latkin, C., & Yeung, A. (July, 2015). Exploring the association between depression and neurasthenia in a population
    representative epidemiological study of Chinese adults in Guangzhou, China. Paper accepted for presentation at the European Association of Psychological Assessment,
    Zurich, Switzerland.
  • **Wu, T.L., Lam, A.I.F., & Hall, B.J. (March, 2015) Exploring the relationship between community and family support on elderly depression in Macau. Paper presented at the 5thASEAN Regional Union of Psychological Societies Congress, Singapore. **Winner of Student Research Award
  • *Sou, K.L., Chen, W., Yan, W., Zhou, F., Latkin, C., & Hall, B.J. (March, 2015) The contribution of different sources of social support to the relationship between disaster
    exposure and depression. Paper presented at the 5th ASEAN Regional Union of Psychological Societies Congress, Singapore.
  •  **Hoi, C. K., Chen, W., *Zhou, F., Latkin, C., & Hall, B. J. (March, 2015). The association between social resources and depression symptoms among Chinese migrants
    and non -migrants living in Guangzhou, China. Paper presented at the 5th ASEAN Regional Union of Psychological Societies (ARUPS) Congress, Singapore. **Winner of Student Research Award
  •  Hall, B. J., Chen, W., *Wu, Y., *Zhou, F., Latkin, C. (March, 2015) Differences between migrants and non-migrant prevalence of potentially traumatic events, depression, alcohol
    use, and social network supports: An epidemiological study in Guangzhou, China. Paper presented at the 5th ASEAN Regional Union of Psychological Societies Congress, Singapore.
  •  **Hall, B. J., Chen, W., *Hoi, C., K., Latkin, C. (December, 2014) The role of potentially traumatic events in depression, alcohol use, and social network supports
    among Chinese migrants: An epidemiological study in Guangzhou, China. Paper presented at the World Psychiatric Association, Regional Conference: Yin and Yang of
    Mental Health In Asia – Balancing Polarities, Hong Kong, China. **Awarded Best Oral Presentation at the Conference.
  • *Saltzman, L.Y., Hall, B.J., Canetti, D., Hobfoll, S.E (January, 2015). The Impact of Exposure to Terror on Mental Health: The Mediating Effects of Perceived Resource Loss. Paper presented at the 19th Annual Society for Social Work Research Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • **Hall, B.J., Chen, W., *Wu, Y.,*Zhou, F., Latkin, C. (October, 2014) Prevalence of potentially traumatic events, depression, alcohol use, and social network supports among
    Chinese migrants: An epidemiological study in Guangzhou, China. Paper presented at the International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies Regional meeting, Hangzhou, China. **Abstract was selected as an "Excellent paper" submission and was published in the European Journal of Psychotraumatology.
  •  *Pan, T., Hall, B.J., Ling, L. (October, 2014) The association between social resources and depression among  female migrants affected by domestic violence. Paper presented at the International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies Regional meeting, Hangzhou, China. *Abstract was selected as an "Excellent paper" submission and was published in the European Journal of Psychotraumatology.