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National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Barnett, Steven, et al. "Collaboration with Deaf Communities to Conduct Accessible Health Surveillance." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 52. 3S3 (2017): S250-S254. Print. «
Pollard, Robert and Meghan Fox. "Forensic Evaluation of Deaf Individuals: Challenges and Strategies." Language Deprivation in Deaf Mental Health Care. Ed. Neil Glickman and Wyatte Hall. New York, New York: Rutledge, 2019. 1-30. Print. ∆
Manuscripts Submitted for Publication
Pollard, Robert and Brian T. Berlinski. "Forensic Evaluation of Deaf Individuals: Challenges and Strategies." 15 Jul. 2017. TS - typescript (typed). ∆
Pollard, Robert. "Technical Standards and Other Legal Challenges Confronting D/HH Healthcare Professionals." Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Loss. Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Loss. Rochester, NY. 10 Jun. 2017. Conference Presentation. «
Jr, Robert Q Pollard and Robyn K. Dean. "Mental Health Interpreting: Clinical Information and Work Strategies for A Practice Profession." Mental Health Interpreter Training. Alabama Department of Mental Health. Montgomery, AL. 1 Aug. 2017. Guest Lecture.
Jr, Robert Q Pollard. "Forensics and the Deaf Population: Challenges and Strategies for Interpreters and Clinicians." Alumni Session, Mental Health Interpreter Training. Alabama Department of Mental Health. Montgomery, AL. 31 Jul. 2017. Lecture.
Jr, Robert Q Pollard. "The Misguided Search For A Psychology of the Deaf." Union College Psychology Department Speaker Series. Union College. Schenectady, NY. 28 Sep. 2017. Guest Lecture.
Pollard, Robert. "Deaf-hearing Relations: “Getting It” and Avoiding Conflicts." American Sign Language Program, University of Rochester. University of Rochester. Rochester, NY. 26 Sep. 2017. Guest Lecture.
Smith, Scott, Robert Pollard, and Wyatte Hall (2017-2019). Investigating Key Biopsychosocial Factors That Mediate Lifespan Management of Pre-Lingual Deafness. Grant received/funded by National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, National Institutes of Health. *
Pearson, Thomas H. and Robert Q Pollard Jr. (2012-2016). Revised Application to Advance Evidence-Based Research to Protect Human Subjects. Grant received/funded by National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences and the National Institute on Deafness and other Communication Disorders, National Institute of Health. «
Jr., Robert Q Pollard and Scott Smith (2017-2020). Investigating Key Biopsychosocial Factors That Mediate Lifespan Management of Pre-Lingual Deafness.”. Grant received/funded by R21, NIH/National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research. *