Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D.
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Deaf Wellness Center
300 Crittenden Boulevard
Rochester, NY 14642 USA
(585) 275-3544
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Clinical and Research Psychologist (1986-1990). University of California San Francisco...
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National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research (2003-2008). “Toward equ...
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University of Rochester (2012-2013). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary ...
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University of Rochester (1996-1997). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary ...
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Pollard, R. Q, Sutter, E. & Cerulli, C. (2013). Intimate partner violence reported by ...
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Pollard, R. Q (1992). Cross-cultural ethics in the conduct of deafness research. Rehab...
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Brauer, B. A., Braden, J. P., Pollard, R. Q & Hardy-Braz, S. T. (1998). Deaf and hard-...
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Letters and Prefaces in Peer-reviewed Journals (6):
Pollard, R. Q (2007). Bronze award...
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Pollard, R. (2003, October/November). In depth: The Deaf Wellness Center. Deaf...
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*Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2010). Parent-Focused Deaf Community Influenza ...
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Invited Addresses and Workshops (240):
Keynote Addresses (14):
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Pollard, R. Q (2014). Psychological issues in cochlear implantation. Address at the C...
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Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2015). Mental health interpreting: Clinic...
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Dean, R. K., Pollard, R. Q & Ferguson, K. (2008). How can you do provide the “talking...
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Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2005). New perspectives on interpreting for mental healt...
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Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2001). It all depends…: Demand-control theory in sign la...
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Pollard, R. Q (1990). Developing verbal measures of memory and vocabulary in ASL. Col...
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Pollard, R. Q (2011). Mental health careers serving deaf people: Issues and opportuni...
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Pollard, R. Q (2007). DBT Skills Training Film Debut: "Practicing Radical Acceptance ...
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Pollard, R. Q (2004). Working effectively with foreign and sign language interpreters...
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Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2000). Mental health interpreting: Perspectives at URMC ...
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Pollard, R. Q (1995). Psychological testing and assessment. Workshop sponsored by the...
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  • 1. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Index to Curriculum Vitae Topic Page Education 1 Licenses 1 Languages 1 Professional Experience 1 Grants (Principal Investigator) Federal 2 State and county 3 Foundation 3 University 3 Grants (other roles) 5 Publications Peer-reviewed journal articles 5 Edited journal volume 7 Books 7 Book chapters 7 Published conference proceedings 8 Letters and prefaces in peer-reviewed journals 8 Published abstracts 9 Other publications 9 Films 10 Invited Addresses and Workshops Keynote addresses 12 Other international addresses and workshops 12 National addresses and workshops 14 State and local addresses and workshops 18 Conference Presentations and Posters Presentations 24 Posters 29 Teaching Courses and seminars 31 Other medical student teaching 32 Other graduate student teaching 33 Other resident teaching 34 Postdoctoral fellow teaching 34 Other continuing medical education teaching 34 Mentoring 34 Doctoral Student Thesis/Viva Examiner 37 Pre-University of Rochester teaching 37 Special Projects and Activities 37 Honors and Awards 39 Current Memberships 40
  • 2. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Deaf Wellness Center 300 Crittenden Boulevard Rochester, NY 14642 USA (585) 275-3544 Robert_Pollard@urmc.rochester.edu www.urmc.rochester.edu/dwc 1272 Lakeshore Drive Webster, NY 14580 (585) 727-2765 mobile phone RQPollard@gmail.com Education: Certificate in Healthcare Leadership, 1999, University of Rochester, William E. Simon School of Business Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, 1984. State University of New York at Buffalo. MA.., Clinical Psychology, 1983. State University of New York at Buffalo. B.S., Biology/Psychology, 1980. Union College, Schenectady, New York. Psychologist Licenses: New York (active): #010880; California (inactive): #PSY 10180; Ohio (expired): #3662 Additional Languages: American Sign Language (fluent); Signed English (fluent) Professional Experience: Senior Instructor in Psychiatry (1990-1992). Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester School of Medicine, Rochester, NY. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (1992-1998). Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester School of Medicine, Rochester, NY. Associate Professor of Psychiatry (1998-2008). Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester School of Medicine, Rochester, NY. Professor of Psychiatry (2008-present). Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester School of Medicine, Rochester, NY. I am the founder and director of our department’s Deaf Wellness Center (DWC). The DWC subsumes a variety of service, training, and scholarship initiatives pertaining to mental health, sign language interpreting, and public health in the deaf population. My work in this area has been the primary focus of my career. The DWC staff presently consists of myself and two other faculty psychologists, a social worker, a master’s level counselor, a faculty-rank sign language interpreter, and a variety of trainees. All of these persons, save myself and two others, are deaf. The DWC provides direct mental health services to deaf individuals, groups, families, and children. Our Program for Deaf Trainees is an award-winning practicum and internship setting for deaf individuals pursuing careers in the mental health field. In addition to overseeing the DWC's teaching and clinical service activities, I administer numerous special projects and programs including Strong Connections, a videoconference-based sign language interpreting service for remote healthcare settings, all the DWC’s research and training grants, and a number of small project grants (e.g., supporting conferences or film productions). I also provide direct psychological services to deaf individuals, teach seminars throughout the university on various topics pertaining to the DWC’s areas of concentration, and lecture frequently both nationally and internationally. I often serve as a consultant to governmental agencies, regional, national, and international programs serving deaf people and am frequently engaged to conduct forensic evaluations or serve as an expert witness in cases involving deaf people. I engage in research in mental health and public health regarding the deaf population, and sign language interpreting, and provide national leadership enhancing these fields. I am active in professional organizations, especially the American Psychological Association, where I founded a Special Interest Section on Deafness, have served on governance boards and work groups, and been honored with several awards, including the 1994 Early Career Award for Distinguished Contribution to Psychology in the Public Interest.
  • 3. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 2 Clinical and Research Psychologist (1986-1990). University of California San Francisco, Center on Deafness (UCCD). I held positions in the Center's clinical, research, and training programs, concentrating in the clinical program, where I conducted over 150 psychological assessments and over 1,500 hours of psychotherapy. My research activities included the development of vocabulary and verbal memory tests in ASL, preparation of a study on ASL translation and Rorschach testing, and consultation on other research projects. I taught graduate level courses in psychological testing, supervised interns, wrote for professional and non-professional publications, and traveled extensively to present lectures and workshops. While at UCCD, I founded Psych.Net (now Deaftek.Psych), an international computer bulletin board pertaining to deafness and mental health. Consulting Psychologist (1986). California School for the Deaf, Fremont, CA. In this three month, part-time position, I performed psychological assessments and completed three special projects: the development of a suicide prevention videotape (in sign language) and a related training program for dormitory staff, supervision of a high school teacher experiencing problems in classroom management, and development of a set of interventions to assist the food services manager in improving students' attitudes and behavior in the cafeteria. Psychologist (Clinician Specialist) (1984-1986). Netcare, Inc./Community Center for the Deaf (CCD), Columbus, OH. I was hired to supervise and expanded CCD's mental health services and to strengthen the relationship between CCD and Netcare, its parent community mental health agency. I provided direct services to deaf patients, including assessments and long and short-term psychotherapy. I chaired Netcare's Adverse Incidents Committee, offered training workshops on various deafness and mental health topics, and engaged in consultation, education, and liaison services with agencies and programs throughout Ohio. Grants (Principal Investigator) (54 grants, total funds, $6,191,612): Federal Grants (10 grants, total funds, $5,008,463): National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences and National Institute on Deafness and other Communication Disorders (2012-2016). “Revised Application to Advance Evidence-Based Research to Protect Human Subjects.” $624,896. (Note: Thomas Pearson, MD, PhD, MPH is the titular PI on this grant and all grants that involve revisions or supplements to the university’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute. However, in all other respects, I am the PI on this grant.) National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (2011-2012) “NASMHPD Deaf Mental Health Research Priority Consensus-Planning Conference.” $75,000. (Note: While this was not a grant awarded to our university, I wrote this conference proposal in its entirety and hosted the conference in January, 2012. The costs were underwritten by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and channeled through the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD).) National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2010-2013). “Factors Influencing Partner Violence Perpetration Affecting Deaf Individuals.” $1,199,844. National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research (2009-2011). “Direct versus Interpreted Administration of the Signed Paired Associates Test.” $199,984. National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) (2007-2008). “Development of NCEH/ATSDR Multimedia Health Communication Products in American Sign Language.” $89,837. Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education, US Department of Education (2006-2009). “Optimizing and Disseminating Proven Reforms in Interpreter Education.” $530,085. National Institute on Drug Abuse; National Institutes of Health (2005-2007). “Computer Training and DBT-S Skills for BPD Drug Abusers.” $45,944. (Note: This was a NIDA grant supplement which funded the Deaf Wellness Center to produce two Dialectical Behavior Therapy skills training films in American Sign Language for deaf audiences. I wrote the supplement proposal and served as PI for this project although Linda Dimeff, PhD of Behavioral Tech Research, Inc., is the PI on the main NIDA grant.)
  • 4. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 3 National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research (2003-2008). “Toward equity: Innovative, Collaborative Research on Interpreter Training, DBT, & Psychological Testing.” $1,499,395. Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education, US Department of Education (2001-2004). “Reforming Interpreter Education – A Practice-Profession Approach.” $484,818. National Institute of Mental Health (1992-1995). “Multidisciplinary Training Program for Deaf Mental Health Professionals.” $258,660. State and County Grants (8 grants, total funds, $242,578): Missouri Department of Mental Health (2012-2013). “Web-based Deaf Services Training Program.” $12,000. Missouri Department of Mental Health (2012-2013). “Web-based Interpreter Training Program.” $12,000. State of Hawai`i (2012). I was awarded a competitive contract which resulted in me being named an Independent Mental Health Evaluator, leading a team to evaluate and provide individual and systemic recommendations regarding sexual abuse incidents at the Hawai`i School for the Deaf and Blind. $137,258. Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (2006-2007). “Improving Services in Mental Health Settings for Deaf People.” $17,120. Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (2005-2006). “Four Interpreter Training Projects and Telepsychiatry Planning.” $40,000. State of New York Department of Health, Office of Minority Health (2002-2003). “Health Education Video for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Women.” $5,000. Monroe County Office of Mental Health (1997-1998). “Interpreting in Mental Health Settings: A Proposal for Curriculum Development and Mentor Training.” $15,000. Franklin County Mental Health Board, Columbus, OH. (1985-1986). “A group treatment program for social, emotional and linguistic development with deaf adults.” $4,200. Foundation Grants (9 grants, total funds, $602,726): Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf and the National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers (2009-2010). “Supervision and Case-Conferencing: Building Upon a Practice-Profession Initiative.” $8,000. Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (2009). “The impact of work settings on interpreters’ occupational health: A national follow-up study.” $14,957. Advertising Council of Rochester (2007-2009). “Public service announcement outreach to the Deaf community: Early recognition of mental illness.” $250,000 worth of expert consultation and direct services pertaining to message development, campaign material production, broadcast time, and related media resources. American Psychiatric Foundation (2007-2008). “Public service announcement outreach to the Deaf community: Early recognition of mental illness.” $55,204. William G. McGowan Charitable Fund, Inc. (2002-2003). Funding to support the “Videoconference Interpreting Project” (now known as Strong Connections). $200,000. NEC Foundation of America (2001-2003). Funding to support the “Videoconference Interpreting Project” (now known as Strong Connections). $50,000. Weyman-Potter Foundation (Marine Midland Bank): “Intermediate American Sign Language for Medical Professionals.” (Co-written with medical student Lisa Harmer.) $3,800. William G. McGowan Charitable Fund, Inc. (1996-1998). “Program for Deaf Trainees.” $15,765. Mental Health Association, Rochester, NY, (1993-1994). Gottschalk Mental Health Research Grant, “A nominal group consensus planning conference on services to the deaf population.” $5,000. University Grants (27 grants, total funds, $337,845): University of Rochester (2014-2015). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $4,500. University of Rochester (2013-2014). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $4,500.
  • 5. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 4 University of Rochester (2012-2013). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $4,500. University of Rochester (2011-2012). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $4,500. University of Rochester (2010-2011). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $4,500. University of Rochester (2009-2010). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $4,500. Friends of Strong, Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester (2009). Funds to install visual fire alarms in the Department of Psychiatry, home of the Deaf Wellness Center. $40,000. University of Rochester (2008-2009). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $4,500. Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester School of Medicine (2008 – 2009). Community Partnership Development Award supporting “Addressing partner violence in the Deaf community: Adapting an evidence-based curriculum for use by Deaf service providers” $20,000. University of Rochester (2007-2008). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $4,000. University of Rochester (2006-2007). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $4,000. University of Rochester (2005-2006). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $4,000. University of Rochester (2004-2005). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $4,000. University of Rochester (2003-2004). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $4,200. University of Rochester (2002-2003). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $4,000. Rochester Institute of Technology, College of Business, Executive MBA Program (2001-2002). My “Videoconference Interpreting Project” was selected in the Capstone Project competition, where local businesses vie to receive consultation expertise from an Executive MBA Program team for a period of six months. According to Dr. Ann Young, Capstone Program head, the value of this consultation is approximately $60,000. University of Rochester (2001-2002). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $3,600. University of Rochester Medical Center (2000). Continuation funding for an additional six month trial period of the “Videoconference Interpreting Project” $33,449. University of Rochester (2000-2001). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $3,300. University of Rochester Medical Center (2000). Initial funding for a six month trial period of the “Videoconference Interpreting Project” $92,804. University of Rochester (1999-2000). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $3,000. University of Rochester (1998-1999). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $4,180. University of Rochester (1997-1998). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $2,250. University of Rochester School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry (1997-1998). Otto F. Thaler Teaching Development Award; “Toward Development of A Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Patient Care Pathway at the University of Rochester School of Medicine.” $15,096.
  • 6. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 5 University of Rochester (1996-1997). From the University Council on Interdisciplinary Studies to support the “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $2,000. University of Rochester School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry (1995-1997). Support to initiate a “Deaf Studies Cluster.” $1,000. University of Rochester, School of Medicine (1994). Medical Student Summer Research Fellowship, “Specific training for sign language interpreters on voicing for Rorschach test responses in American Sign Language.” $1,466. Grants (other roles): National Institute of Deafness and Communication Disorders (2015-2020) “PROMIS-Deaf Profile: Inclusion of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Adults in Outcomes Research.” $1,732,499. Role: Member, Project Board. PI: Poorna Kushalnagar, Ph.D., College of Science, Rochester Institute of Technology. National Institute of Mental Health (2011-2013). “Virtual Mentoring Network to Enhance Diversity of the Mental Health Research Workforce.” $465,834. Role: Member, Project Board. PI: Yeates Conwell, M.D., Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester. National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2014-2019). “The Rochester Prevention Research Center: National Center for Deaf Health Research.” $4,183,000. Role: Member, Research Committee; Chair, Translation Work Group. PI: Steven Barnett, MD, University of Rochester Medical Center. National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2009-2014). “The Rochester Prevention Research Center; National Center on Deaf Health Research.” $4,897,499. Role: Member, Research Committee; Chair, Translation Work Group. PI: Thomas Pearson, M.D., Department of Community and Preventive Medicine, University of Rochester. National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2004-2009). “The Rochester Prevention Research Center; National Center on Deaf Health Research.” $2,429,056. Role: Co-Associate Director; Co-Chair Research Committee. PI: Thomas Pearson, M.D., Department of Community and Preventive Medicine, University of Rochester. National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR). From 1985-1990, I served as a research psychologist on a series of NIDRR grants that supported the activities of the University of California San Francisco Research and Training Center on Deafness and Mental Health. Publications (97; in reverse chronological order by category) Peer-reviewed Journal Articles (31): Mathos, K. & Pollard, R. Q (2015). Capitalizing on community resources to build specialized behavioral health services together with persons who are Deaf, DeafBlind or hard of hearing. Community Mental Health Journal. DOI 10.1007/s10597-015-9940-y. Epub 2015 Oct 27. Mastrocinque, J. M., Thew, D., Cerulli, C., Raimondi, C., Pollard, R. Q & Chin, N. P. (in press). Deaf victims’ experiences with intimate partner violence: The need for integration and innovation. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Cerulli, C., Pollard, R. Q Jr., Thew, D., Mastrocinque, J., Smith, C., DeWindt, L., Haynes, S., Kelstone, K. & Chin, N. (2015). What can we learn? Examining intimate partner violence service provision in the Deaf community. Journal of Community Psychology, 43(2), 142-155. Humphries, T., Kushalnagar, P., Mathur, G., Napoli, D. J., Padden, C., Pollard, R., Rathmann, C., & Smith, S. (2014). What medical education can do to ensure robust language development in deaf children. Medical Science Educator, 24(4), 409-419. Pollard, R. Q, Betts, W. R., Carroll, J. K., Waxmonsky, J. A., Barnett, S., deGruy, F. V., Pickler, L. L. & Kellar- Guenther, Y. (2014). Integrating primary care and behavioral health with four special populations: Children with special needs, people with serious mental illness, refugees, and deaf people. American Psychologist, 69(4) 377-387.
  • 7. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 6 Pollard, R. Q, Sutter, E. & Cerulli, C. (2013). Intimate partner violence reported by two samples of deaf adults via a computerized American Sign Language Survey. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 29(5), 948-965. Fellinger, J., Holzinger, D. & Pollard, R. (2012). Mental health of deaf people. The Lancet, 379(9820), 1037-1044. Barnett, S., Klein, J. D., Pollard, R. Q Jr., Samar, V., Schlehofer, D., Starr, M., Sutter, E., Yang, H. & Pearson, T. A. (2011). Community participatory research with deaf sign language users to identify health inequities. American Journal of Public Health, 101(12), 2235-2238. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2011). Context-based ethical reasoning in interpreting: A demand control schema perspective. Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 5(1), 155-182. Graybill, P., Aggas, J., Dean, R. K., Demers, S., Finigan, E. & Pollard, R. Q (2010). A community-participatory approach to adapting survey items for deaf individuals and American Sign Language. Field Methods, 22(4), 429-448. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2009). Effectiveness of observation-supervision training in community mental health interpreting settings. REDIT E-journal on the Didactics of Translation and Interpreting, 3, 1-17. Pollard, R. Q, Dean, R. K., O’Hearn, A. M. & Haynes, S. L. (2009). Adapting health education material for deaf audiences. Rehabilitation Psychology, 54(2), 232-238. Pollard, R. Q & Barnett, S. (2009). Health-related vocabulary knowledge among deaf adults. Rehabilitation Psychology, 54(2), 182-185. O’Hearn, A. M. & Pollard, R. Q (2008). Modifying Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Deaf individuals. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 15, 400-414. Pollard, R. Q, DeMatteo, A, Lentz, E., & Rediess, S. (2007). A prose recall test using stories in American Sign Language. Rehabilitation Psychology, (52)1, 11-24. Pollard, R. Q, Rediess, S., & DeMatteo, A. (2005). Development and validation of the Signed Paired Associates Test. Rehabilitation Psychology, 50(3), 258-265. Pollard, R. Q (2005). From dissertation to journal article: A useful method for planning and writing any manuscript. The Internet Journal of Mental Health. Volume 2 Number 2. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R Q (2001). Application of demand-control theory to sign language interpreting: Implications for stress and interpreter training. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 6(1), 1-14. Pollard, R. Q & Rendon, M. E. (1999). Familien mit gehorlosen und horenden Mitgliedern: Vorteile optimal nutzen und Riskiken klein halten. Das Zeichen , 49, 412-419. (A German translation of Pollard & Rendon’s (1999) “Mixed deaf-hearing families: Maximizing benefits and minimizing risks.”) Richards, J., Harmer, L., Pollard, P. & Pollard, R. (1999). Deaf Strong Hospital: An exercise in cross-cultural communication for first year medical students. Journal of the University of Rochester Medical Center, 10, 5-7. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Medical Center. Pollard, R. Q & Rendon, M. E. (1999). Mixed deaf-hearing families: Maximizing benefits and minimizing risks. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 4(2), 156-161. Pollard, R. Q (1998). A consumer interview seminar that enhances medical student attitudes toward persons with disabilities. Journal of Behavioral Science in Medical Education, 5(1), 27-31. Pollard, R. Q (1996). Professional psychology and deaf people: The emergence of a discipline. American Psychologist, 51(4), 389-396. Pollard, R. Q (1996). Conceptualizing and conducting pre-operative psychological assessments of cochlear implant candidates. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 1(1), 16-28. Pollard, R. Q (1995). Mental health services and the deaf population: A regional consensus planning approach [Special issue]. Journal of the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association, 28(3), 1-47. Pollard, R. Q (1994). Public mental health service and diagnostic trends regarding individuals who are deaf or hard- of-hearing. Rehabilitation Psychology, 39(3), 147-160. Pollard, R. Q (1994). Cross-cultural ethics in the conduct of deafness research. Journal of the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association, 27(3), 29-41. Pollard, R. Q (1993). 100 years in psychology and deafness: A centennial retrospective. Journal of the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association, 26(3), 32-46.
  • 8. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 7 Pollard, R. Q (1992). Cross-cultural ethics in the conduct of deafness research. Rehabilitation Psychology, 37(2), 87- 101. Pollard, R. Q (1986). Update on deafness and mental health. American Rehabilitation, 12 (4), 8-10, 22-23. Pollard, R. Q & Katkin, E. S. (1984). Placebo effects in biofeedback and self-perception of muscle tension. Psychophysiology, 21, 47-53. Edited Journal Volume: Pollard, R. Q (Ed.). (1994). Deafness and psychology [Special issue]. Rehabilitation Psychology, 38(4). Books (3): Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2013). The demand control schema: Interpreting as a practice profession. North Charleston, SC: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (Eds.) (2008). Applications of Demand Control Schema in Interpreter Education. (Proceedings of the August 3, 2007 pre-conference meeting at the national convention of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf.) Rochester, NY: University of Rochester. Pollard, R. Q (1998). Mental health interpreting: A mentored curriculum. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester. Book Chapters (13): Glickman, N. & Pollard, R. Q (2012). Deaf mental health research: Where we’ve been and where we hope to go. In N. Glickman (Ed). Deaf mental health care. New York: Rutledge. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2012). Beyond “interesting”: Using demand control schema to structure experiential learning. In K. Malcolm and L. Swabey (Eds.). In our Hands: Educating Healthcare Interpreters (pp. 77- 104). Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press. Leigh, I. W. & Pollard, R. Q (2011). Mental health and deaf adults. In M. Marschark & P. E. Spencer (Eds.). Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language, and education, 2nd ed. (pp. 214-226). New York: Oxford University Press. O’Hearn, A., Pollard, R. & Haynes, S. (2010). Dialectical behavior therapy for deaf clients: Cultural and linguistic modifications for outpatient mental health settings. In I. Leigh (Ed.). Psychotherapy with Deaf Clients from Diverse Groups (2nd ed.) (pp. 372-392). New York: Oxford University Press. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2009). Challenges in interpreting addressed by demand-control schema analysis. In B. E. Cartwright Encounters with reality: 1,001 interpreter scenarios (pp. 307 – 316). Alexandria, VA: RID Press. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2005). Consumers and service effectiveness in interpreting work: A practice profession perspective. In M. Marschark, R. Peterson, & E. Winston (Eds.), Interpreting and interpreter education: Directions for research and practice (pp. 259-282). New York: Oxford University Press. Pollard, R. Q & Adams, J. W. (2004). Robert Pollard, Ph.D.: Mental health and deaf and hard of hearing individuals. In J. W. Adams & P.S. Rohring (Eds.). Handbook to service the deaf and hard of hearing: A bridge to accessibility (pp. 121-132). San Diego: Elsevier Academic Press. Leigh, I. W. & Pollard, R. Q (2003). Mental health and deaf adults. In M. Marschark & P. E. Spencer (Eds.). Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language, and education (pp. 203-215). New York: Oxford University Press. Pollard, R. Q (2002). Ethical conduct in research involving deaf people. In V. A. Gutman (Ed.), Ethics in mental health and deafness (pp. 162-178). Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press. Pollard, R. Q & Rinker, N. C. (2001). The misfit: A deaf adolescent struggles for meaning. In S. H. McDaniel, D. D. Lusterman & C. Philpot (Eds.), Casebook for integrating family therapy (pp. 191-204). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. Pollard, R. Q, Miner, I. D. & Cioffi, J. (2000). Hearing and vision loss. In T. R. Elliott & R. J. Frank (Eds.), Handbook of rehabilitation psychology (pp. 205-234). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
  • 9. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 8 Brauer, B. A., Braden, J. P., Pollard, R. Q & Hardy-Braz, S. T. (1998). Deaf and hard-of-hearing people. In J. H. Sandoval, C. L. Frisby, K. F. Geisinger, J. Ramos-Grenier & J. Dowd-Scheuneman (Eds.), Test interpretation and diversity: Achieving equity in assessment (pp. 297-315). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. Pollard, R. Q (1998). Psychopathology. In M. Marschark & D. Clark (Eds.). Psychological perspectives on deafness, Volume 2 (pp. 171-197). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, Inc. Published Conference Proceedings (11): Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2008). Evolution and current status of the DC-S body of work. In R. Q Pollard & R. K. Dean (Eds.). Applications of Demand Control Schema in Interpreter Education (1-6). (Proceedings of the August 3, 2007 pre-conference meeting at the national convention of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf.) Rochester, NY: University of Rochester. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2006). From best practice to best practice process: Shifting ethical thinking and teaching. In E. M. Maroney (Ed.), A new chapter in interpreter education: Accreditation, research and technology (119 – 131). (Proceedings of the 16th national convention of the Conference of Interpreter Trainers (CIT).) Monmouth, OR: CIT. Dean, R. K., Pollard, R. Q, & English, M. A. (2004). Observation-supervision in mental health interpreter training. In E. M. Maroney (Ed.), CIT: Still shining after 25 years (pp. 55-75). (Proceedings of the 15th national convention of the Conference of Interpreter Trainers (CIT).) Monmouth, OR: CIT. Dean, R. K., Pollard, R. Q, Davis, J., Griffin, M., LaCava, C., Morrison, B., Parmir, J., Smith, A., Storme, S. & Suback, L. (2004). The demand-control schema: Effective curricular implementation. In E. M. Maroney (Ed.), CIT: Still shining after 25 years (pp. 145-161). (Proceedings of the 15th national Convention of the Conference of Interpreter Trainers (CIT).) Monmouth, OR: CIT. Pollard, R. Q (2001). Deaf adults with mental illness: An American report on the state of the discipline. In T. Hjortsø, L. von der Leith & C. Carlsen (Eds.), Mental health services for deaf people: A worldwide perspective (Proceedings of the 5th European & 2nd World Conference on Mental Health and Deafness), (Part 1, 164-173). Devon, United Kingdom: European Society for Mental Health and Deafness. Pollard, R. Q (1999). From rhetoric to research: Fostering a new era of empiricism. In Brauer, B. A., Marcus, A. L. & Morton, D. D. (Eds.). Coming together for a better tomorrow: Proceedings of the first World Conference on Mental Health and Deafness (46-48). Vienna, VA: Potiron Press. Morton, D. D., Young, A., Graf, R., Traynor, N., Ackerman, J., Gotthardt, U., Karacostas, A., and Pollard, R. Q (1999). Partnernships between deaf and hearing professionals. In Brauer, B. A., Marcus, A. L. & Morton, D. D. (Eds.). Coming together for a better tomorrow: Proceedings of the first World Conference on Mental Health and Deafness (49-54). Vienna, VA: Potiron Press. Pollard, R. Q & Monene, B. (1990). Special interest computer bulletin boards for the deafness field. In D. Watson and M. Taff-Watson (Eds.) At the crossroads: A celebration of Diversity. Little Rock, AR: American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association. Pollard, R. Q (1989). The significance of research in deafness and mental health. In R. G. Brill (Ed.), Proceedings of the National Conference on Deaf and Hard-of-hearing People (pp. 28-30). Silver Spring, MD: T.J. Publishers. Pollard, R. Q (1989). Forensic evaluation of a minimally language skilled deaf adult. In H.S. Luey, et. al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the conference on mental health assessment of deaf clients: Special conditions (pp. 207- 211). San Francisco, CA: University of California San Francisco Center on Deafness. Pollard, R. Q (1989). Children and adults with minimal language skills. In H.S. Luey, et. al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the conference on mental health assessment of deaf clients: Special conditions (pp. 101-102). San Francisco, CA: University of California San Francisco Center on Deafness.
  • 10. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 9 Letters and Prefaces in Peer-reviewed Journals (6): Pollard, R. Q (2007). Bronze award: The Deaf Wellness Center, Rochester, New York – Providing specialized mental health services to the Deaf community and promoting research and education related to mental health and deafness. Psychiatric Services, 58(10), 1373-1374. Pollard, R. Q (2005). Introduction to Vernon’s (1968) “Fifty years of research on the intelligence of deaf and hard- of-hearing children: A review of the literature and discussion of the implications.” Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 10(3), 225. Pollard, R. Q (1993). Preface. Implications of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 for Psychologists [Special issue]. Consulting Psychology Journal: Research and Practice, 45(2), 1. Pollard, R. Q (1993). Preface. Implications of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 for Psychologists [Special issue]. Rehabilitation Psychology, 38(2), 71-72. Pollard, R. Q (1993). Letter to the editor regarding Balkany's 1/28/93 essay on cochlear implantation. New England Journal of Medicine, 328 (24), 1787 Pollard, R. Q (1983). Comment on the RID code of ethics for interpreters in psychotherapy. American Annals of the Deaf, 128, 371-372. Published Abstracts (3): Pollard, R. Q & Hendar, O. (2001). European versus American approaches in the cochlear implant field (abstract). Rehabilitation Psychology, 46(3), 333. Pollard, R. Q, Jr. & Katkin, E. S. (1983). Placebo effects in biofeedback and self-perception of muscle tension (abstract). Psychophysiology, 20(4), 462. Pollard, R. Q, Jr. & Katkin, E. S. (1982). Placebo effects in biofeedback of subvocalization (abstract). Psychophysiology, 19(5), 579. Other Publications (29): Pollard. R. Q Jr. (2014, October 2). What if your client is deaf? Atrium Experts Monthly Newsletter, 9(4). Available at http://www.atriumexperts.com/blogs/view/case-consulting-what-if-your-client-is-deaf Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2013, Summer/Fall). “I don’t think we’re supposed to be talking about this:” Case conferencing and supervision for interpreters (reprint). AVLIC News, 29(2), on-line publication for members. Dean, R. K., Pollard, R. Q & Samar, V. J. (2012). Occupational health risks in different interpreting work settings: Special concerns for VRS and K-12 settings. A reprint published by Nederlandse Beroepsvereniging Tolken Gebarentaal, the Dutch Association of Sign Language Interpreters. Dean, R. K., Pollard, R. Q & Samar, V. J. (2011). Occupational health risks in different interpreting work settings: Special concerns for VRS and K-12 settings. A reprint published in Across the Board, the quarterly publication of the Australian Sign Language Interpreters Association, 6(3), 4-8. Dean, R. K., Pollard, R. Q & Samar V. J. (2010, Winter). RID research grant underscores occupational health risks: VRS and K-12 settings most concerning. VIEWS , 27(1), 41-43. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2009, Fall). “I don’t think we’re supposed to be talking about this:” Case conferencing and supervision for interpreters. VIEWS , 26(4), 28-30. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q Jr. (2009, January). Deontological and teleological ethics. Newsli: Magazine for the Association of Sign Language Interpreters for England, Wales and Northern Ireland, 67, 3-5. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. (2008, November). Welche Vorteile bietet der Einsatz des Demand-Control-Schemas im Dometschunterricht? Das Zeichen , 80, 472-477. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2008, October). “Just when I figured out the answers, someone changed the questions”: Thoughts about the interview portion of the NIC. VIEWS 25(8), 21-22. Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (2007). Standard practice paper: Interpreting in Mental Health Settings. Alexandria, VA: Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. (Co-author). Pollard, R. Q & Barnett, S. (2005). Deaf Awareness Week health survey results. Deaf Rochester News, 9(3), 10-11. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2004, October). A practice-profession model of ethical reasoning. VIEWS, 21(9), 1,
  • 11. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 10 28-29. Pollard, R. (2003, October/November). In depth: The Deaf Wellness Center. Deaf Rochester News, pp. 8 - 9. Pollard, R. (2003, February/March). Haynes joins Deaf Wellness Center faculty. Deaf Rochester News, p. 23. Pollard, R. (2003, February). Strong Connections: A videoconference-based sign language interpreter service for healthcare settings. NETAC Networks (p. 4). Rochester, NY: Northeast Technical Assistance Center, National Technical Institute for the Deaf. National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD), Medical Directors Council. (2002). Reducing the use of seclusion and restraint Part III: Lessons from the deaf and hard of hearing communities. Alexandria, VA: NASMHPD. (Contributing author). Critchfield, A. B. (Ed.). (2002). Meeting the mental health needs of persons who are deaf. Alexandria, VA: National Technical Assistance Center for State Mental Health Planning. (Contributing author). Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults (2002). Usher syndrome. Understanding Usher syndrome: An introduction for school counselors. Sands Point, NY: Author. (Contributing author). Pollard, R. Q (2001, August). Mental health interpreting: A mentored curriculum. Connections, 2(1), 7-9. Pollard, R. Q (2001, August/September). DWC welcomes new psychologists. Deaf Rochester News, p. 9. New York School for the Deaf (2000). Usher syndrome. Understanding Usher syndrome: Information for school counselors. White Plains, NY: NY School for the Deaf. (A brochure featuring content by Dr. Pollard and other collaborators.) Pollard, R. Q (1999). Foreword. In I. M. Leigh (Ed.). Psychotherapy with deaf clients from diverse groups (ix – xi). Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press. Gutman, V. & Pollard, R. Q (1999, November). Working with deaf interns and internship applicants. Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) Newsletter, 24(2), 12, 22-24. Washington, DC: APPIC. Pollard, R. Q (1995). [Selected definitions regarding deafness and communication, pp. 14-15, 17, 40-41, 53, 74, 101, 104-105, 117-118] In S. Cammack & M. G. Eisenberg, (Eds.), Key words in physical rehabilitation. New York: Springer Publishing. Pollard, R. Q (1993, February 8). Ethical dilemma over implants. [Invited editorial]. The Times Union Rochester, NY, p. 7A. Pollard, R. Q (1989). PSYCH.NET: Improving communication in deafness and mental health. ADARA Newsletter (Jan./Feb), p. 18. Pollard, R. Q (1988). New law addresses needs of emotionally disabled students. CATHI Forum (Fall), pp. 10-18. Pollard, R. Q (1986). Your role in suicide prevention. Perspectives, 5 (1), 19-22. Pollard, R. Q (1984). Teaming up with psychologists: What the behavior specialist can offer the classroom teacher. Perspectives, 2, 13-16. Films (22; not included in total number of publications; *indicates films in American Sign Language): Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2013). Mental health and deaf individuals: On-line training for clinicians. [Motion picture.] A 12-hour, on-line training program produced for the Missouri Department of Mental Health. Available through http://training.dmh.mo.gov/clinical-training/ Dean, R. K. (Executive Producer) & Pollard, R. Q (Contributing Author) (2013). Introduction to mental health interpreting. [Motion picture and on-line, interactive instruction.] An on-line training curriculum produced for the Missouri Department of Mental Health. Available through Sign Language Specialists at https://www.signlanguagespecialists.com/products.html *Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2011). Examining deaf population health inequities from a social justice perspective. [Motion picture]. (An adaptation of Barnett S., McKee M., Smith S.R., and Pearson T.A. (2011). Deaf sign language users, health inequities, and public health: Opportunity for social justice. Preventing Chronic Disease 8(2), A45. Available: http://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2011/mar/10_0065.htm *Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2010). Adult-Focused Deaf Community Influenza Film. [Motion picture]. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642)
  • 12. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 11 *Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2010). Parent-Focused Deaf Community Influenza Film. [Motion picture]. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642) *Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2009). Community (60 second Public Service Announcement on Depression and Suicide Awareness. [Motion picture]. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642) *Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2009). Pride with a Twist (45 second Public Service Announcement on Depression and Suicide Awareness. [Motion picture]. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642) *Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2009). Pride with a Twist (30 second Public Service Announcement on Depression and Suicide Awareness. [Motion picture]. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642) *Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2008). Asthma. [Motion picture]. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642) *Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2008). Chemical Emergencies. [Motion picture]. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642) *Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2008). Dirty Bomb. [Motion picture]. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642) *Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2008). Emergency Communication Information for Deaf People. [Motion picture]. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642) *Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2008). Facts About Chlorine. [Motion picture]. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642) *Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2008). Information on Lead. [Motion picture]. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642) Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (Producers). (2008). The demands of interpreting [Motion picture]. First in a series of four instructional films on the demand control schema for interpreting. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (Producers). (2008). The controls of interpreting [Motion picture]. Second in a series of four instructional films on the demand control schema for interpreting. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (Producers). (2008). Demands and controls together [Motion picture]. Third in a series of four instructional films on the demand control schema for interpreting. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (Producers). (2008). Ethics and interpreting [Motion picture]. Fourth in a series of four instructional films on the demand control schema for interpreting. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642). *Pollard, R. Q & Dimeff, L. (Executive producers.) (2007). Practicing radical acceptance: An adaptation from the Deaf perspective [Motion picture]. (Available from Behavioral Tech, LLC, 2133 Third Avenue, Suite 205, Seattle, WA 98101) *Pollard, R. Q & Dimeff, L. (Executive producers.) (2006). Opposite action: An adaptation from the Deaf perspective [Motion picture]. (Available from Behavioral Tech, LLC, 2133 Third Avenue, Suite 205, Seattle, WA 98101) *Pollard, R. Q (Executive Producer). (2003). My body, my responsibility: A health education video for deaf women. [Motion picture]. (Available from the Deaf Wellness Center, 300 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14642) Pollard, R. Q (1986). Students and Suicide. Staff training videotape, California School for the Deaf, Fremont, CA.
  • 13. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 12 Invited Addresses and Workshops (240): Keynote Addresses (14): Pollard, R. Q (2014). A deaf-friendly mental status exam. Keynote address at the International Congress of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, London, England. (June 27). Pollard, R. Q (2013). Deaf wellness: A public health perspective. Keynote address at the 25th annual Maine Deaf/Hard of Hearing/Late Deafened/Deaf-Blind conference. Waterville, ME. (June 28). Pollard, R. Q (2013). Sexual victimization of Deaf people: Developmental issues, intimate partner violence, school- based investigations, prevention, and healing. Keynote address at the “Gender Equality and Hearing Impairment” conference. Tainan, Taiwan. (January 21). Pollard, R. Q (2012). Results of the American consensus-planning conference on research priorities in deaf mental health. Keynote address at the 5th World Congress on Mental Health and Deafness, Monterrey, Mexico. (May 25). Pollard, R. Q (2009). Mental health disparities affecting the deaf population: A public health perspective. Keynote address at the 4th World Congress on Mental Health and Deafness, Brisbane, Australia. (October 30). Pollard, R. Q (2009). Psychological testing with deaf individuals: Judging test validity and effective assessment planning. Keynote presentation at the Connections: Culture, Collaboration and Creativity conference sponsored by the National Deaf Academy and Gallaudet Regional Center. Orlando, FL. (June 12). Pollard, R. Q (2009). Effective multidisciplinary collaboration: Issues of role, perspective and hearing status. Keynote presentation at the Connections: Culture, Collaboration and Creativity conference sponsored by the National Deaf Academy and Gallaudet Regional Center. Orlando, FL. (June 12). Pollard, R. Q (2006). Impact of experience on clinicians’ judgments about psychosis symptoms in deaf patients. Keynote presentation at the Deaf People and Mental Health online conference, hosted by Direct Learn Services, Ltd., Bishops Castle, England. (December 5). Pollard, R. Q (2002). Innovations: Building a brighter future. Keynote address at the 7th annual conference on mental health issues for deaf/hard-of-hearing consumers. Rockland County Task Force for Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing Services, Stony Point, NY. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2001). It all depends…: Demand-control theory in sign language interpreting. Keynote workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Northern California Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Oakland, CA. Pollard, R. Q (2000). Deaf adults with mental illness: An American report on the state of the discipline. Keynote address delivered at the second World Conference on Deafness and Mental Health, Copenhagen, Denmark. Pollard, R. Q (2000). Developmental and family dynamics impacting psychological health and illness. Keynote speech at the first Mental Health Perspectives on Working with Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children and Adolescents conference. Mill Neck Manor School for Deaf Children, Mill Neck, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1998). From rhetoric to research: Fostering a new era of empiricism. Keynote address delivered at the first World Conference on Deafness and Mental Health, Washington, D.C. Pollard, R. Q (1989). Deafness and the windows of social-emotional development. Keynote address at a statewide meeting of service providers to hearing-impaired school children, Colorado Springs, CO. Other International Addresses and Workshops (23): Pollard, R. Q (2015). Recent American research on intimate partner violence and the Deaf community. Amsterdam, Netherlands. (October 16). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2014). Using Demand Control Schema in Police Settings. Two-day workshop with deaf and hearing interpreters. Dublin, Ireland. (September 20-21). Pollard, R. Q (2014). Do deaf people hear voices? Address at the International Congress of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, London, England. (June 25). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2014). Working with deaf populations. Two day workshop for Dutch sign language interpreters, sponsored by TIP! Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands. (March 27-28).
  • 14. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 13 Pollard, R. Q (2014). Psychological issues in cochlear implantation. Address at the Congress of the Dutch Association for the Late and Sudden Deafened. Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands. (March 28). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2014). Advanced mental health interpreting. Two-day workshop, Sponsored by the British Society for Mental Health and Deafness. Bromley, England. (February 22-23). Pollard, R. Q (2014). A Sign Language-Accessible Health Surveillance System: Operation and Findings. University of Manchester, England. (February 19). Pollard, R. Q (2013). Independent Mental Health Examiner’s Report on Sexual Abuse at the Hawai`i School for the Deaf and Blind. Presentation to a meeting of the British Society on Mental Health and Deafness, Northampton, England. (November 11). Pollard, R Q & Dean, R. K. (2013). Occupational health risks among different interpreting settings. Presentation at the Critical Link 7 conference, Toronto, Canada. (June 20). Pollard, R. Q (2012). A potpourri of innovations from the Deaf Wellness Center. Three hour workshop presented at the 5th World Congress on Mental Health and Deafness, Monterrey, Mexico. (May 23-24). Pollard R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2011). Multidisciplinary treatment of deaf children: Fostering effective practice and communication. Two-day workshop presented to the National Deaf child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (Southwest). Taunton, England. (November 7-8). Ines, S., Pollard, R. Q, Du Feu, M. & Fellinger, J. (2009). Working with deaf and hard-of-hearing clients. Panel presentation at the 4th World Congress on Mental Health and Deafness, Brisbane, Australia. (October 28). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2009). Being responsible: Does the context also depend on you? Day-long workshop presented in association with the Australian Sign Language Interpreters Association’ national conference. Melbourne, Australia. (August 24). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2009). A clever conference theme or reflection of an ethical challenge? Paper presented at the Australian Sign Language Interpreters Association’ national conference. Melbourne, Australia. (August 23). Pollard, R. Q (2009). Childhood influences on adult mental health: A lifespan perspective on deaf and deafblind individuals. Address presented at the Special Interest Group meeting of the European Society for Mental Health and Deafness. Rome, Italy. (April 18). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2008). Interpreting in mental health settings: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Twenty-seven hour course sponsored by the British Society for Mental Health and Deafness & Alpha Hospitals. Manchester, England. (June 26-29). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2008). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Twelve hour workshop sponsored by Westächsische Hochschule Zwickau (University of Applied Sciences). Münster/Westf, Germany. (June 7-8). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2008). Multidisciplinary treatment of deaf persons with mental illness: Fostering effective practice and communication. Twenty-two hour workshop sponsored by VIA and bDDS, Leidschendam, Netherlands. (June 5-6). Pollard, R. Q (2008). Mental health interpreting. Three hour workshop (in ASL) for deaf interpreters, sponsored by the Westcoast Association of Visual Language Interpreters. Vancouver, British Columbia. (May 17). Pollard, R. Q (2008). Mental health interpreting: Enhancing competence and confidence. Six hour workshop for hearing sign language interpreters. Sponsored by the Westcoast Association of Visual Language Interpreters. Vancouver, British Columbia. (May 16). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2007). Interpreting in mental health settings: A practice profession approach. Six hour workshop for sign language interpreters and clinicians. Sponsored by the British Society for Mental Health and Deafness. London, England. (December 4). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2006). Second international workshop on sign language interpreting in mental health and deafness settings. Twenty-two hour workshop for sign language interpreters from five European countries. Sponsored by the European Society for Mental Health and Deafness and the Spanish Society for Mental Health and Deafness. Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain. (June 1-3). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2001). New perspectives on interpreting for mental health settings. Fifteen hour workshop for interpreters from six European countries. Madrid, Spain.
  • 15. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 14 National (78): Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2015). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Ten hour workshop sponsored by the Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Deaf Services. Montgomery, AL. (August 4-5). Pollard, R. Q (2015). Forensic work with deaf adults: A psychologist’s perspective on interpreting challenges and strategies. Four hour workshop sponsored by the Maine Center on Deafness. Portland, ME. (January 11). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2014). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Ten hour workshop sponsored by the Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Deaf Services. Montgomery, AL. (August 5-6). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2013). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Ten hour workshop sponsored by the Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Deaf Services. Montgomery, AL. (August 6-7). Pollard, R. Q (2013). A practice-profession look at the challenges and promises of interpreting and wellness. 2.5 hour workshop presented at the 25th annual Maine Deaf/Hard of Hearing/Late Deafened/Deaf-Blind conference. Waterville, ME. (June 28). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2012). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Ten hour workshop sponsored by the Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Deaf Services. Montgomery, AL. (August 7-8). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2011). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Ten hour workshop sponsored by the Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Deaf Services. Montgomery, AL. (August 23-24). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2010). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Ten hour workshop sponsored by the Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Deaf Services. Montgomery, AL. (July 27-28). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2010). Occupational health risks among different interpreting settings: Special concerns for VRS and K-12 interpreters. Presentation at the National Symposium on Video Interpreting: The State of Practice and Implications. Washington, D.C., Gallaudet University. (May 25). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2010). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Full-day workshop sponsored by the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority. Anchorage, AK. (February 13). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2010). Interpreting as a practice profession. Presentation to deaf interpreters (3 hours), sponsored by the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority. Anchorage, AK. (February 12). Pollard, R. Q (2009). Where we stand: The deaf mental health field. Address to the CDC Mental Health Work Group, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA. (June 10.) Pearson, T. A., Barnett, S. B., Schlehofer, D., Pollard, R. Q, Starr, M., Cuculick, J. (2009). Working with the Deaf Community to Identify Health Priorities. Prevention Research Program 2009 Seminar Series, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA. (June 10.) Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2009). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Thirteen hour workshop sponsored by the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association, Georgia State ADA Coordinator’s Office, and the Georgia Division of Mental Health. Atlanta, GA. (June 2-3). Pollard, R. Q (2008). Disseminating curricular reforms in austere times. Presentation at the annual project directors meeting of the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education, United States Department of Education. Washington, D.C. (December 8). Pollard, R. Q (2008). Linguistic memory: Development, validation, and use of the Signed Paired Associates Test and the ASL Stories Test. Presentation at the conference “Making connections: Neuropsychological assessment and applications with individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.” Gallaudet University, Washington, DC. (November 15).
  • 16. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 15 Dean, R. K., Pollard, R. Q & Ferguson, K. (2008). How can you do provide the “talking cure” when you can’t “talk” to your client? Providing competent mental health services to clients from the deaf and limited English proficient communities. Eight hour workshop for mental health clinicians and sign and spoken language interpreters, sponsored by the Alaska Psychological Association, University of Alaska, Catholic Social Services, and the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority. Anchorage, AK. (July 18). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2008). “I don’t think we’re supposed to be talking about this.” Case conferencing for interpreters. Twelve hour workshop sponsored by the Alaska Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. Anchorage, AK. (July 16-17). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2007). What you don’t know your interpreter is doing…but should! Three hour workshop for social service personnel, sponsored by the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority and Catholic Social Services. Anchorage, AK. (July 3). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2007). Peer guidance in the interpreting profession. Three hour workshop for spoken and sign language interpreters, sponsored by the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority and Catholic Social Services. Anchorage, AK. (July 2). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2007). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Ten hour workshop sponsored by the Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Deaf Services. Montgomery, AL. (June 4-5). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2007). I don’t think we should be talking about this: Employing supervision in interpreting. Sixteen hour workshop sponsored by the Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Deaf Services. Montgomery, AL. (June 1-2). Pollard, R. Q (2007). Mental health and the deaf population: NIDRR’s vital role and the Rochester DRRP. Presentation to the staff of the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research. Washington, DC. (February 20). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2007). Effective mental health interpreting: What clinicians and interpreters need to know about each other’s work. Two day workshop sponsored by Eastern Kentucky University. Richmond, KY. (February 2-3). Pollard, R. Q (2006). An overview of Mental Health Interpreting: A Mentored Curriculum. Presentation to Northeastern University consultants planning a mental health interpreting certificate program. Ashland, MA. (November 9). Pollard, R. Q (2006). Clinical assessment fundamentals with adult deaf patients. Lecture (via videoconference) presented to graduate students in Gallaudet University’s “Issues in Human Behavior and the Social Environment: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Populations” course, Department of Social Work. Gallaudet University, Washington, DC. (September 28). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2006). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Two day workshop sponsored by the Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Deaf Services, Montgomery, AL. (September 14-15). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2006). What you don’t know your interpreter is doing...but should! Seven hour workshop for clinicians and interpreters (spoken and signed languages). Anchorage, AK. (July 6). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2006). What you don’t know your interpreter is doing...but should! Seven hour workshop for clinicians and interpreters (spoken and signed languages). Anchorage, AK. (May 22). Pollard, R. Q (2006). Current research at the Deaf Wellness Center. Continuing education presentation for the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association’s Discussion Forum (on line), Myersville, MD. (January 16). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2005). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Two day workshop sponsored by the Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Deaf Services, Montgomery, AL. (August 8-9). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2005). New perspectives on interpreting for mental health settings. Two hour overview for Spanish language interpreters, presented at the annual meeting of the Nebraska Association for Translators and Interpreters. Omaha, NE. (August 13).
  • 17. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 16 Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2005). New perspectives on interpreting for mental health settings. Two day workshop for Spanish language interpreters, presented at the annual meeting of the Nebraska Association for Translators and Interpreters. Omaha, NE. (August 11-12). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2005). “It all depends…”: Introduction to the demand-control schema for interpreting work. Four day workshop sponsored by the Alaska Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf and the Anchorage School District, Anchorage, AK. (June 13-16). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2005). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Two day workshop for Spanish language interpreters sponsored by Provena Mercy Medical Center, Aurora, IL. (May 13-14). Pollard, R. Q (2005). Effective grant writing. Address presented during the workshop "Meeting State and Federal Guidelines: The art of designing proposals" hosted by the Institute for Assessment and Evaluation, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. (March 15). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2005). It All Depends: Introduction to the Demand-Control Schema for Interpreting Work. Two day workshop hosted by Region 7 of the Rehabilitation Services Administration. Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, KS. (January 7-8). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2004). Reforming interpreter education: A practice-profession approach. Part 1 of a FIPSE success story. Presentation to the staff of the Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education. Washington, D.C. (October 4). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2004). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Two day workshop sponsored by Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Deaf Services, Montgomery, AL. (August 11-12). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2004). The practical application of demand-control schema in the classroom and mentoring. Two-day workshop for sign language interpreter trainers hosted by RSA Region 7. Overland Park, KS. Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2003). Mental health services and deaf consumers: A workshop for clinicians and interpreters. Six hour workshop sponsored by the doctoral program in clinical psychology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC. (September 26). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2003). "It all depends": Demand-Control Schema for Interpreting Work. Two day workshop sponsored by the Ohio School for the Deaf, Columbus, OH. (September 13-14). Pollard, R. Q (2003). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Two day workshop sponsored by Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Deaf Services, Montgomery, AL. (September 5-6). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2003). New perspectives on interpreting in mental health settings. Three day workshop for Spanish language interpreters. Sponsored by Language Access to Healthcare, Aurora, IL. (August 18- 20). Dean R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2003). New perspectives on interpreting for mental health settings. Two day workshop hosted by the Capital Region Interpreters for the Deaf, Albany, NY. (June 20-21). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2003). The practical application of the Demand-Control Schema in the classroom. Two day workshop funded by the interpreter training grant for Region V of the Rehabilitation Services Administration, St. Paul, MN. (May 30-31). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2002). Dean and Pollard's Demand-Control Schema for Interpreting Work. Six hour workshop hosted by the Massachusetts Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Plainfield, MA. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2002). It all depends…: Demand-control theory in mental health interpreting. Guest lecturers (25 hours) in the Basic Interpreter Training Program, University of Tennessee. Knoxville, TN. Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2002). Interpreters, deaf people, and the medical setting. Presentation at the Department of Family Medicine, University of Tennessee Medical Center. Knoxville, TN. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2001). It all depends…: Demand-control theory in sign language interpreting for educational settings. Workshop (3 hours) presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Cleveland, OH.
  • 18. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 17 Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2001). It all depends…: Demand-control theory in sign language interpreting for educational settings. Workshop (2 hours) presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Cleveland, OH. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2001). Curricular reform in interpreter training: A problem-based learning and demand-control theory approach. University of Tennessee Interpreter Training Program, Knoxville, TN. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2001). Redefining our work: A demand-control theory approach. Presentation to a distance learning class of interpreting students in several states. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2001). The what it depends on: Demand-control theory in supervision. Lecture recorded at the biennial meeting of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Orlando, FL, for later presentation in an on-line course by the University of Colorado Boulder. Pollard, R. Q (2001). Mental health issues in cochlear implantation. Half-day workshop sponsored by the Maryland Mental Hygiene Administration, Annapolis, MD. Pollard, R. Q (2000). Normalcy, psychopathology, and the deaf population: What service providers need to know. Grand rounds presentation. Department of Psychiatry, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX. Pollard, R. Q (2000). The Program for Deaf Trainees: Ten years of operational experience. Invited Fellow’s address at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C. Pollard, R. Q (1998). What interpreters and clinicians need to know about working together with deaf consumers. Full-day workshop sponsored by the Bureau of Deaf Services, Missouri Department of Mental Health and William Woods University, Fulton, MO. Pollard, R. Q (1997). Psychological testing and assessment. Workshop sponsored by the Minnesota Chemical Dependency Program for the Hearing-Impaired, Fairview Riverside Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN. Pollard, R. Q (1996). Disability as diversity in primary care medicine. Grand rounds presentation, Bi-County Community Hospital (Osteopathic), Warren, MI. Pollard, R. Q (1996). Psychological testing and assessment. Workshop sponsored by the Minnesota Chemical Dependency Program for the Hearing-Impaired, Fairview Riverside Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN. Pollard, R. Q (1995). Psychological testing and assessment. Workshop presented at the Minnesota Chemical Dependency Program for the Hearing-Impaired, Fairview Riverside Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN. Pollard, R. Q (1995). Professional psychology and deaf people: The emergence of a discipline. Distinguished Contributions to Psychology in the Public Interest (Early Career) invited award address presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New York, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1994). Psychological testing and assessment. Workshop presented at the Minnesota Chemical Dependency Program for the Hearing-Impaired, Fairview Riverside Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN. Pollard, R. Q (1993). Quality of life, informed consent, and the Deaf community. Invited address presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Otolaryngology, Minneapolis, MN. Pollard, R. Q (1993). Psychological testing and assessment. Workshop presented at the Minnesota Chemical Dependency Program for the Hearing-Impaired, Fairview Riverside Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN. Pollard, R. Q (1992). One hundred years in deafness and psychology: A centennial retrospective. Division 26 (History of Psychology) invited address presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C. Pollard, R. Q & Sharp-Pucci, M. M. (1992). Values and ethics in research with people who are deaf: Listening to others. Invited address presented at a conference on Ethics, Justice, and Tribal Participation in Research with American Indians, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. Pollard, R. Q (1991). Psychological testing and assessment. Workshop presented at the Institute on Deafness, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL. Pollard, R. Q (1991). Clinical issues in mental health interpreting. Address presented at Wright State University, Dayton, OH. Pollard, R. Q & Veltri, D. (1990). Interpreting in mental health settings. Week-long intensive workshop for professional sign language interpreters, Front Range Community College, Denver, CO.
  • 19. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 18 Pollard, R. Q (1990). Developing verbal measures of memory and vocabulary in ASL. Colloquium presented at Gallaudet University, Washington, D.C. Pollard, R. Q (1990). Deafness and social-emotional development. Address at a statewide meeting of service providers to hearing-impaired school children, Greely, CO. Pollard, R. Q (1990). The team process in evaluation and education. Address at a statewide meeting of service providers to hearing-impaired school children, Greely, CO. Pollard, R. Q (1990). Deafness and social-emotional development: Implications for parents. Address to a gathering of parents of deaf students at a statewide meeting of service providers to hearing-impaired school children, Greely, CO. Pollard, R. Q (1989). Psychological testing and assessment. Workshop presented at the Institute on Deafness, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL. Pollard, R. Q (1989). General considerations in the assessment of hearing-impaired school children. Workshop presentation at a statewide meeting of service providers to hearing-impaired school children, Colorado Springs, CO. Pollard, R. Q (1986). Psychological testing of the hearing-impaired: Implications of language and culture. Presentation at Union College, Schenectady, NY. State and local (excludes UR School of Medicine teaching unless grand rounds) (126): Pollard, R. Q (2011). Deaf-hearing social Interaction: Avoiding misunderstandings and conflicts. Guest lecture at the American Sign Language Program, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. (November 29). Pollard, R. Q (2015). Planning and Creating Scholarly Posters Using PowerPoint. Presentation to the Interpreter Training Program, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. (April 9). Pollard, R. Q (2014). Consent and other ethical challenges in conducting research with deaf persons. Presentation at the 2014 Clinical and Translational Science Institute Symposium – “Ethics in Research: Consent Quandaries. University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. (March 13). Pollard, R. Q (2012). Some examples and thoughts on the roots of health disparities in the Deaf population. Lecture to Certificate in Healthcare Interpreting class, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. (July 10). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2012). Mental health interpreting: Clinical information and work strategies for a practice profession. Fourteen hour workshop sponsored by the Spanish Action League, Syracuse, NY. (December14-15). Pollard, R.Q (2012). Intimate partner violence and the deaf population: Essential service information and emerging research knowledge. Presentation to students in a criminal justice class. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. (December 10). Pollard, R. Q (2012). Deaf-hearing relations: Avoiding misunderstandings and conflicts. Guest lecture at the American Sign Language Program, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. (November 27). Pollard, R. Q (2012). Mental health careers serving deaf people: Issues and opportunities. Guest lecture at the American Sign Language Program, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. (September 25). Pollard, R. Q (2012). Some examples and thoughts on the roots of health disparities in the Deaf population. Lecture to Certificate in Healthcare Interpreting class, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. (September 18). Pollard, R. Q (2012). IPV and the deaf population: Essential service information and emerging research knowledge. Presentation at a national conference “Intimate partner violence: Innovations in the field.” Rochester, NY (June 21). Pollard, R. Q (2012). Serving deaf patients: Understanding normalcy and psychopathology. Grand rounds presentation, State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of Psychiatry, Buffalo, NY (February 10). Pollard, R. Q (2011). Mental health and mental Illness: The Deaf experience. Two-part presentation to the faculty and staff of the Rochester Psychiatric Center, Rochester, NY (November 17, December 8). Pollard, R. Q (2011). Deaf-hearing social Interaction: Avoiding misunderstandings and conflicts. Guest lecture at the American Sign Language Program, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. (November 29).
  • 20. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 19 Pollard, R. Q (2011). Mental health careers serving deaf people: Issues and opportunities. Guest lecture at the American Sign Language Program, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. (September 27). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2011). Interpreting in behavioral health: A practice profession approach. Presentations hosted by the Monroe County Office of Mental Health, Rochester, NY. (June 15, presented twice.) Pollard, R. Q (2011). Childhood influences on adult mental health: A lifespan perspective on deaf and deafblind individuals. Presentation in “Teaching Deaf Learners with Secondary Disabilities” class. Rochester Institute of Technology, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. (April 26). Pollard, R. Q (2010). IPV and the Deaf community: Research in progress. Address presented at conference entitled, Interpersonal Violence: Bridging Research to Practice; A National Conference for Creative Dialogue and Collaborative Problem-Solving. Rochester, NY. (October 22). Pollard, R. Q (2010). Mental health careers serving deaf people: Issues and opportunities. Guest lecture at the American Sign Language Program, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. (October 14). Pollard, R. Q (2010). Deaf healthcare professionals: Creating a win-win training experience. Invited address at University of Rochester School of Nursing, Rochester, NY. (July 13). Pollard, R. Q (2010). A public health perspective on health and mental health disparities affecting the deaf population. Presentation at the biennial conference of the Deaf Community Alliance Network, “Through the Eyes of the Deaf.” Buffalo, NY. (May 21). Pollard, R. Q (2010). Forensic psychology/psychiatry. Presentation to a local Explorer post, comprised of high school students interested in forensic-related careers. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. (April 3). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2010). Introduction to interpreting as a practice profession. Presentation to a delegation of 15 Japanese sign language interpreters and interpreter instructors. Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (2009). Comment on “Deafness and cochlear implants: How the inclusion of a “Deaf” perspective can inform decision-making by families and physicians.” Invited address at the Disability and Medical Humanities Project conference hosted by the Center for Bioethics and Humanities, SUNY Upstate Medical University. (December 3). Pollard, R. Q (2009). Mental health careers serving deaf people: Issues and opportunities. Guest lecture at the American Sign Language Program, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. (September 29). Schlehofer, D., Pollard, R. Q & Barnett, S. (2009). NCDHR deaf health survey: Intimate partner violence data analysis for ASADV. Presentation to Advocacy Services for Abused Deaf Victims, Rochester, NY. (July 6). Pollard, R. Q (2009). Watershed: Using distance communication technologies to serve the deaf population. Address during a three-day Monroe County Court and Department of Psychiatry Collaboration retreat, sponsored by the University of Rochester Department of Psychiatry, Rochester, NY (June 8). Pollard, R. Q (2009). Where we stand: The deaf mental health field and the DWC. Address presented at the annual meeting of the Center for Hearing and Communication (formerly the League for the Hard of Hearing), New York, NY. (May 5). Pollard, R. Q (2009). DBT at the Deaf Wellness Center. Address presented the staff of the Center for Hearing and Communication (formerly the League for the Hard of Hearing), New York, NY. (May 5). Pollard, R. Q (2009). Conversations with a clinician: Development, diversity, and psychological testing. Presentation in “Teaching Deaf Learners with Secondary Disabilities” class. Rochester Institute of Technology, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. (March 31). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2009). A panel discussion on supervision. Presentation sponsored by the Community Interpreter Training Grant, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. (March 14). Pollard, R. Q (2009). Effective mental health interventions with deaf persons. Address hosted by the Mental Health Counseling graduate degree program, St. John Fischer College, Rochester, NY. (March 6). Pollard, R. Q (2008). Mental health careers serving deaf people: Issues and opportunities. Guest lecture at the American Sign Language Program, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. (October 14). Pollard, R. Q (2008). Conversations with a clinician: Development, diversity, and psychological testing. Presentation in “Teaching Deaf Learners with Secondary Disabilities” class. Rochester Institute of Technology, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY (March 18).
  • 21. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 20 Pollard, R. Q (2007). DBT Skills Training Film Debut: "Practicing Radical Acceptance - An Adaptation from the Deaf Perspective.” Grand rounds presentation, Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY. (November 28). Pollard, R. Q (2007). Mental health services and the Deaf community. Presentation at Window into the Deaf World symposium, hosted by the Rehabilitation Continuing Education Program, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY. (October 16). Pollard, R. Q, O’Hearn, A., Haynes, S., Chapel, S. (2007). DBT film adaptations “from the Deaf perspective:” Opposite Action and Radical Acceptance. Presentation and panel discussion hosted by the counseling staff of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Rochester, NY. (March 21). Pollard, R. Q (2007). Conversations with a clinician: Development, diversity, and psychological testing. Presentation in “Teaching Deaf Learners with Secondary Disabilities” class. Rochester Institute of Technology, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY (March 20). Haynes, S., Tanga, A., & Pollard, R. Q (2007). A deaf individual's report of auditory hallucinations: Do psychosis symptoms differ in deaf vs. hearing Patients? Grand rounds (clinical care review) presentation, Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester School of Medicine, Rochester, NY. (February 21). Pollard, R. Q (2006). Mental health careers serving deaf people: Issues and opportunities. Guest lecture at the American Sign Language Program, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. (October 17). Pollard, R. Q (2006). It all depends: An introduction to the demand-control schema for interpreting work. Address to students enrolled in a course on medical interpreting. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY (September 9). Pollard, R. Q (2006). Conversations with a clinician: Development, diversity, and psychological testing. Presentation in “Teaching Deaf Learners with Secondary Disabilities” class. Rochester Institute of Technology, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY (March 21). Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2006). “It all depends…”: Introduction to the demand-control schema for interpreting work. Six hour workshop, Department of Access Services, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY (March 6). O’Hearn, A., Haynes, S., Chapel, S., Pollard, R. Q (2006). Making DBT work for deaf clients: Cultural and linguistic modifications. Grand rounds presentation, Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY. (March 5). Pollard, R. Q & Barnett, S. (2006). National Center for Deaf Health Research: Engaging the Deaf community in health disparities research. Grand rounds presentation, Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY. (February 15). Pollard, R. Q (2006). OVW grant partnership: ASADV and the URMC Department of Psychiatry. Presentation to the board of Advocacy Services for Abused Deaf Women (ASADV), Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY (January 21). Pollard, R. Q (2005). Preparing to encounter deaf and hard-of-hearing people with mental illness. Presentation to Rochester Police Department’s Emotionally Disturbed Persons Response Team recruits. Public Safety Training Facility, Rochester, NY. (December 15). Demme, R., Murray, P., Pollard, R., Miraglia, K., & Quill, T. (2005). Do you hear what I hear? A deaf Jehovah’s Witness refuses treatment. Schwartz Center Rounds, Medical Humanities and Clinical Ethics Program, University of Rochester School of Medicine, Rochester, NY. (November 16). Pollard, R. Q (2005). Mental health careers serving deaf people: Issues and opportunities. Guest lecture at the American Sign Language Program, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. (October 11). Pollard, R. Q (2005). Revisiting the ethical debate on cochlear implants: What has changed? What has not? Scwhartz Center (Ethics) Rounds, University of Rochester Medical Center, Department of Medical Humanities, Rochester, NY. (February 9). Pollard, R. Q (2005). Preparing to encounter deaf and hard-of-hearing people with mental illness. Presentation to Rochester Police Department’s Emotionally Disturbed Persons Response Team recruits. Public Safety Training Facility, Rochester, NY. (January 20).
  • 22. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 21 Pollard, R. Q (2004). Working effectively with foreign and sign language interpreters. Grand rounds presentation, Elmira Psychiatric Center, Elmira, NY. (June 3). Pollard, R. Q (2004). Psychological diversity in context. National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2004). The clinician-interpreter partnership. Three hour workshop presentation for mental health clinicians and spoken and signed language interpreters. Unity Health System, Rochester, NY. (March 12). Pollard, R. Q (2004). Preparing to encounter deaf and hard-of-hearing people with mental illness. Presentation to Rochester Police Department’s Emotionally Disturbed Persons Response Team recruits. Public Safety Training Facility, Rochester, NY. (March 8). Pollard, R. Q (2004). The Deaf Wellness Center: Up close and personal. Presentation at the Rochester School for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. (March 3). Pollard, R. Q & Malia, T. (2003). Communication, language, and culture of the Deaf community. Presentation at the Finger Lakes Regional Poison and Drug Information Center conference, Rochester, NY. (October 30). Pollard, R. Q (2003). "Different normalcy,” heterogeneity, and cross-cultural phenomenology for interpreters. Address presented at a summer institute continuing education course for sign language interpreters, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. (July 23). Pollard, R. Q (2003). Psychological and ethical issues in cochlear implantation for children and adults. Presentation at the Instructional Technology and Education of the Deaf forum, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. (June 23). Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2003). Interpreting/translating in mental health settings: What clinicians AND interpreters need to know. Grand rounds presentation, Rochester Psychiatric Center, Rochester, NY. (February 24). Pollard, R. Q (2003). The Deaf Wellness Center: Up close and personal. Presentation to Western NY BOCES sign language interpreters and deaf education staff. Board of Cooperative Educational Services, Rochester, NY. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2003). Reforming interpreter education: Progress report, update, and future planning. Presentation to the interpreter training program faculty at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2002). Making mental health services accessible for members of the deaf and hard-of- hearing communities. Two day workshop for clinicians and interpreters hosted by Independent Living, Inc., Newburgh, NY. (November 18-19). Pollard, R. Q (2002). Diagnostic evaluations and treatment planning with deaf patients: A contextualized approach. Grand rounds presentation, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Westchester Division, White Plains, NY. Pollard, R. Q (2002). Creating opportunities: Examples and lessons from the Deaf Wellness Center. Address at the annual meeting of the Genesee Valley Psychological Association, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (2002). Deaf healthcare professionals: Creating a win-win training experience. Grand rounds presentation. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Highland Hospital, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (2002). Deaf healthcare professionals: Creating a win-win training experience. Grand rounds presentation. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (2002). Normalcy, diversity, and psychopathology in the deaf population. Lecture for the doctoral program in Clinical and Social Psychology, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q, Baldwin, R. L., O’Hearn, A. M. & Hauser, P. C. (2001). The September 11th terrorist attack: Facts, issues, and psychological guidance for yourselves and your children. Presentation and support meeting for the Rochester Deaf community, Rochester Recreation Club for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2001). Advanced mental health interpreting. Week-long course presented as part of the Summer Institute series at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (2001). Deaf people: Recognizing normalcy, diversity, and psychopathology. Rochester Psychiatric Center, Rochester, NY Henrichs, M. H. & Pollard, R. Q (2001). Serving and teaching children with special needs: Lessons and suggestions for staff members of clinics and schools. Panel discussion during C.H.I.L.D. conference, Rochester, NY.
  • 23. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 22 Pollard, R. Q & Dean, R. K. (2000). Mental health interpreting: Perspectives at URMC and in light of Demand- Control theory. Part of a week-long workshop for sign language interpreters from New York and Pennsylvania. National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (2000). Demand-control theory and its application to sign language interpreting. Six session workshop for community interpreters from Western, NY. National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (2000). The medical system and disabilities. Grand rounds presentation, Department of Family Medicine, University of Rochester School of Medicine, Rochester, NY. Malia, T., Stern, C. & Pollard, R. Q (2000). Depression. A presentation to the local Deaf community. Rochester School for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (2000). The Videoconference Interpreting Project. NYSERNet 2000 Applications Working Group multi-point video conference, Rochester, NY; Buffalo, NY; New York, NY; Syracuse, NY. Pollard, R. Q (2000). Deaf people: recognizing normalcy, diversity, and psychopathology. Rochester Psychiatric Center, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (2000). Cochlear implants: Understanding the device, the research, and the controversy. American Sign Language Forum, Department of Linguistics, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1999). Mental health and healthcare services and deaf individuals. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q, Barnett, S., Starr, M. & Miraglia, K. (1999). Quality healthcare and the deaf community. Panel presentation. University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY. Critchfield, A. B., Afrin, J. N. & Pollard, R. Q (1999). Telepsychiatry and the Deaf community: Reaching out to underserved populations. Grand rounds presentation, University of Rochester Medical Center Department of Psychiatry, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1999). Fundamental issues in rendering psychiatric services to Deaf adults. Grand rounds lecture, Department of Behavioral Health and Psychiatry, Unity Health System, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1998). Video relay medical sign language interpreting: A demonstration of telemedicine technology. University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q & Chapel, S. (1998). Mental health interpreting. One week course for interpreters from around the U.S. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1997). Mental health interpreting: A mentored curriculum. Mentor/interpreter conjoint training workshop. University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1997). Mental health interpreting: A mentored curriculum. Mentor training workshop. University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1997). Cochlear implants: Understanding the device, the research, and the controversy. Department of Linguistics, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1997). Mental health and the deaf population: A conversation with Dr. Robert Pollard. Inservice presentation at Compeer, Inc., Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1996). Disability as diversity in primary care medicine. Grand rounds lecture, Highland Hospital, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1996). Fundamental issues in rendering psychiatric services to Deaf adults. Grand rounds lecture, Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1996). Cochlear implants: Understanding the device, the research, and the controversy. Department of Linguistics, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q, Barnett, S. & Lovi, S. (1996). Advocacy and the Deaf community. Address presented at the annual conference of New York State Advocacy Services, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1996). Understanding and treating mental health problems in Deaf people. Address to undergraduate psychology students, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. Rediess, S. R. & Pollard, R. Q (1996). Hearing loss and memory functioning. Address presented to the local chapter of Self-Help for Hard-of-Hearing People, Rochester, NY.
  • 24. Robert Q Pollard, Jr., Ph.D. Page 23 Pollard, R. Q (1995). Psychological testing and assessment. Workshop sponsored by the Minnesota Chemical Dependency Program for the Hearing-Impaired, at the Lexington Center, New York, NY. Dean, R. K. & Pollard, R. Q (1995). Demand-control theory and occupational stress: Practice and professional implications for sign language interpreters. Address presented to the Genesee Valley Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1995). Cochlear implants: Understanding the device, the research, and the controversy. Department of Linguistics, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q & Runion, J. (1995). Normal development and psychopathology in adolescence: Implications for teachers of the deaf. Presentation at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1995). Mental health services and the deaf population. Presentation before the NYS Commission on Quality of Care, Buffalo, NY. Pollard, R. Q & Gaehring, J. (1995). Children's emergency psychiatric services: Accessibility and effectiveness with deaf children and deaf parents. Presentation to Youth Emergency Services advisory board, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1995). Culture and conflict in mixed Deaf-hearing working environments. Address to the staff of St. Mary's Hospital Continuing Day Treatment Program, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1994). Cochlear implants: Understanding the device, the research, and the controversy. Department of Linguistics, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1994). Cochlear Implants: Understanding the device, the research, and the controversy. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1994). Cross-cultural and professional practice issues in work with persons who are deaf or hard-of- hearing. School Psychology and Deafness Program, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1994). A discussion about cochlear implants: Understanding and responding to their development and use. Department of Linguistics, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1994). Culture and conflict in Deaf-hearing interaction. Address to the staff of Compeer, Inc., Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1994). Deaf consumers in the public mental health system. Address to the staff of Compeer, Inc., Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1993). Cochlear implants for deaf children: An issue of cross-cultural ethics? Medical Ethics grand rounds presentation, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1993). Deafness and childhood mental health. Presentation at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1992). Hearing-impaired consumers in IMH programs: A preliminary analysis with recommendations for system evaluation and program planning. Address to the System Evaluation Committee of Integrated Mental Health, Inc., Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1992). Hearing-impaired patients in IMH programs: A preliminary analysis with recommendations for systems planning. Address to the Systems Planning Committee of Integrated Mental Health, Inc., Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1992). An introduction to psychodiagnostics and DSM-III-R. Presentation at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. Dalzell, L., Dutcher, P. & Pollard, R. Q (1992). Cochlear implants. Presentation at the Rochester School for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1991). Research and practice issues in counseling persons who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. Address to the Nu Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society International, Brockport, NY. Pollard, R. Q (1991). Borderline personality disorder. Presentation at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. Pollard, R. Q & Roth, V. (1991). Assessment and remediation of learning difficulties. Presentation at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY. Charlson, E. & Pollard, R. Q (1988). Deaf adults and their families: The experience of hearing children. Washington Hospital/UCCD seminar series, Fremont, CA.

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