Alina Baltazar, Desiree Davis, and Duane McBride. "Church activities for the family and satisfaction with the church." Adventist Conference on Family Research and Practice. Berrien Springs, MI. July 19, 2019.
Baltazar, A.M., Davis, D., & McBride, D.C. (2019, July). Church activities for the family and satisfaction with the church. Workshop presented at Adventist Conference for Family Research and Practice. Berrien Springs, MI.
Furst, T.L. McBride, D.C., VanderWaal, C., & Baltazar, A.M. (2019, May). Sexual orientation and mental health. Poster presented at Adventist Human Subjects Researchers Conference. Huntsville, AL.
Baltazar, A.M., McBride, D.C. Religions Impact on the mental health of Seventh-day Adventist college students. Presented at the 2019 180 Degree Symposium, May 7, 2019.
Duane McBride, Peter Landless, Karl Bailey, Alina Baltazar, David Trim. "Health beliefs, behaviors, perception of spiritual growth and salvation. Adventist Human Subject Researchers Association. Oakwood Univeristy, Huntsville, Alabama, May 16, 2019
Karl G. D. Bailey, Petr Cincala, & Duane C. McBride. “Belief profiles, cultural contexts, and missiological implications.” Global Seventh-day Adventist Church Member Beliefs Concerning Death and Ancestors Conference, Berrien Springs, MI. September 14, 2019.
Baltazar, A.M., Garcia, C., & Slikkers, I.W., (2020, April). Strategies for ourselves & our students. In E. Sullivan & C. Nielsen (Chairs), How teachers can conquer emotional challenges during COVID-19 and beyond. [a trauma-informed, Biblically-grounded webinar is a partnership between Andrews University International Center for Trauma Education & Care, North American Division Department of Education, and the Adventist Learning Community is designed to help educators meet the needs of their students during and post COVID-19 while supporting their own emotional well-being] NAD Department of Education COVID-19 Webinar Series
Baltazar, A.M. & Pratt, L. (2020, March). Parenting adolescents in today’s world. Workshop at Family Discipleship Conference, Berrien Springs, MI.
Baltazar, A.M., Ponce-Rodas, M., Williams, N., & Nicely, (2019, May). Understanding college student mental health: Stress, depression, stigma and religiosity. Poster presented at Adventist Human Subjects Researchers Conference. Huntsville, AL.
Shannon Trecartin, Petr Cincala, and Curtis VanderWaal. “Descriptive analysis of participation and belonging among people with disabilities in the North American Division.” Adventist Human-Subject Researchers Association Annual Conference. Oakwood University, Huntsville, AL. May 15-17, 2019.
Drumm, Rene, Sedlacek, David, VanderWaal, Curt, Trecartin, Shannon and Carbonell, Nancy. “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell: How the Code of Silence Pervades SDA Families of LGBT+ Millennials.” Adventist Human Subjects Research Association Annual Conference, Oakwood University, Huntsville, AL. May 17, 2019.
Sedlacek, D., Carbonell, N., Trecartin, S., & VanderWaal, C. (2020). The voices of parents of LGBT+ children: Their Journey and process. Adventist Community Forum, January 25, 2020.
Drumm, R., Sedlacek, D., Carbonell, N., VanderWaal, C., &Trecartin, S. (2019). Don’t ask, don’t tell: How the code of silence pervades Christian families of LGBT+ millennials. Presented at the Adventist Human Subjects Researchers Association Annual Meeting, Huntsville, AL.