Posted April 8, 2020 – Due to the current public health crisis, the AMI 2020 Meeting scheduled for May 13-15, 2020, “Advancing Culturally Responsive Research and Researchers,” has been rescheduled for June 2-4, 2021. We will be issuing full refunds for all current registrations.

AMI 2021 will be held at the Columbus Convention Center with the same schedule (Wednesday-Friday) with the same slate of presenters – all of them have confirmed their participation. Registration will open up January 1, 2021.

The College of Education and Human Ecology (EHE) and the EHE Data Access & Analysis Core, The Ohio State University are sponsoring a 3-day advanced methods institute entitled, Advancing Culturally Responsive Research and Researchers.

The goal of this event is to provide an opportunity for an open and challenging discussion of the ways in which research methods impact the cultural relevance and sustainability of scholarly research in the social-behavioral sciences. The institute will be comprised of a series of workshops, with each workshop focusing on a methodological issue (e.g., sampling, design, measurement and data collection, data analysis) that has key implications for the protection of cultural identities, traditions and ways of life. Workshops will build attendees’ skills, highlight issues relevant to research among diverse populations, and employ examples from data sets which address issues which are culturally relevant.

Advanced Methods Institute (AMI)
Date: June 2-4, 2021
Greater Columbus Convention Center
400 North High Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Contact Dr. Penny Pasque, Co-Director, Data Access and Analysis Core (DAAC), Office of Research, Innovation, and Collaboration, College of Education and Human Ecology, The Ohio State University

Registration will open January 1, 2021.

Participants will engage in learning activities focusing on:

    • Philosophical approaches, theoretical frameworks, and methodologies which support inquiry within appropriate cultural contexts.
    • Research designs which recognize, preserve, protect and nurture traditions of knowledge that are meaningful and valued by communities.
    • Appropriate application of analytical strategies for working with data from diverse groups.
  • engage in effective conversations regarding addiction;
  • identify the strategies for effective prevention programs and drug misuse education;
  • participate in the reduction of stigma associated with substance misuse disorder;
  • recognize and respond appropriately to an overdose.