Publications
Domestic Service
Reproduction
Gender Relations & Violence
Clinical & Household Care
Social Capital
Research & Planning
Elders

ALL PRESENTATIONS authored by Namino Glantz
Titles in Spanish indicate work written, published and/or presented in Spanish. Translated titles follow in parentheses.

Working Groups, Conferences and Sessions Organized
Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting Program Planning Committee
Glantz N. Public Health Coordinator and Committee Member. Denver, 2013.

Boulder County Health Data Dashboard Development Team.
Glantz N. Team Coordinator, Boulder County Public Health. Boulder, 2011-present.

Boulder County Public Health Improvement Process
(PHIP) Core Team/Steering Committee.
Glantz N. & Harmon H. Team Coordinators. Boulder County Public Health. Boulder, 2008-2012.

Boulder County Youth Risk Behavior Survey Planning Team.
Glantz N. Team Coordinator. Boulder County Public Health. Boulder, 2008-present.

Boulder County Public Health GIS Working Group.
Glantz N. Team Coordinator. Boulder, 2009-2010.

Un/intended Pregnancy Research Steering Committee.
Glantz N. Committee Coordinator. Boulder County Public Health. Boulder, 2009.
(Download Boulder County Unintended Pregnancy Summary.pdf)

The medical anthropology-map merger: Harnessing GIS for participatory health research.
Glantz N & B McMahan. Session Organizers. Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) Annual Meeting, Tampa, March 2007. (Download 2007 SfAA Participatory GIS Session.pdf)

Aging adults, maturing methods? Multidisciplinary health research in elder populations.
Glantz N. Session Organizer. Society for Applied Anthropology/Medical Anthropology (SfAA/SMA) Annual Meeting, Vancouver, 2006. (Download 2006 SfAA Aging Research Session.pdf)

Comité de Atención Integral y Multidisciplinaria para Adultos Maduros (Committee for Integral & Multidisciplinary Care for Older Adults, CAIMAM).
Glantz N. Working Group Organizer. Comitán, Chiapas, 2005.

Primer Encuentro: Salud y bienestar en personas de la tercera edad. (First Encounter on Elder Health & Well-being.)
Glantz N. Conference Organizer. With institutional support from the Centro de Investigaciones en Salud de Comitán. Comitán, Chiapas, Mexico, 2005. (Download 2005 Encuentro Salud Tercer Edad.pdf)

Social capital: Public health panacea or palliative?
Glantz N. Session Organizer. Society for Applied Anthropology/Society for Medical Anthropology (SfAA/SMA) Annual Meeting, Dallas, 2004. (Download 2004 SfAA Social Capital Session Program.pdf)


Professional Presentations
"Boulder County health data dashboard demonstration."
Glantz N.
Boulder County Movement for Children (BCMC) Steering Committee Meeting, Boulder, November 2012.
LiveWell Longmont Steering Committee Meeting, Longmont, September 2012.
Boulder County Public Health Dashboard Demo, Boulder and Longmont, September 2012.

"Improving the health of our youth: Youth Risk Behavior Survey Boulder County School Districts 2011 Highlights." (Download from Results page under www.BoulderCountyYRBS.org)
Glantz N, Alderton L, Conners Bauer L, Johnson N.
Boulder Valley Women's Health Board Meeting, Boulder, 2013.
Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) Meeting, Boulder, 2013.
Boulder County Board of Health (BOH) Meeting, Boulder, 2013.
St. Vrain Valley School District (SVVSD) Board of Education Meeting, Longmont, 2012.
Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) Board of Education Meeting, Boulder, 2012.

"The Youth Risk Behavior Survey: Value to you, to public health, and to public health improvement."
Glantz N & Sherman Pulskamp A.
Public Health in the Rockies, Pueblo, September 2012.

"Improving health in Boulder County."
Zayach J, Harmon H, Glantz N. Community Meeting, Boulder, September 2011.

"Hard Numbers: An Analysis of Harrassment of LGBQ Youth in Boulder County, Colorado."
Alderton L, Glantz N, Conners Bauer L, Hills K, Marsh M, Harmon H. American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting, Denver, November 2010. (Download LGBQ Harrassment APHA poster 2010.pdf)

"Improving the health of our youth: Youth Risk Behavior Survey Boulder County School Districts 2009 Highlights."
Glantz N, Alderton L, Conners Bauer L.
Boulder County Board of Health (BOH) Meeting, Boulder, December 2010.
Boulder County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) Meeting, Boulder, August 2010.
St. Vrain Valley School District (SVVSD) Board of Education Meeting, Longmont, August 2010.
Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) Board of Education Meeting, Boulder, June 2010.

"GIS at Boulder County Public Health."
Glantz N, Lipps M, Coleman B. Boulder County Public Health Workshop, Boulder, April 2010.

"e-health connectivity: Circuits, sparks, fires, burnout."
Glantz N. University of Colorado Health Informatics lecture, Boulder, March 2010.

"SMART and ever SMARTer objectives."
Glantz N. Boulder County Public Health Workshop, Boulder, October 2008.

“Merging formative research with participatory GIS mapping to address elder health in Chiapas, Mexico.”
Glantz N & McMahan B. Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) Annual Meeting, Tampa, March 2007.

“Research on Gender, Elder Health and Care in Chiapas, Mexico.”
Glantz N. American Association of University Women (AAUW) Annual Luncheon. Oro Valley, AZ, March 2007.

“The AAUW vision: A medical anthropology perspective.”
Glantz N. American Association of University Women (AAUW) Annual Luncheon. Tucson, February 2007.

“Talking the talk, walking the walk: A medical anthropologist’s account of NGO navigation through health and development in Chiapas.”
Glantz N. American Anthropological Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, San Jose, November 2006.

“Jumpstarting community engagement around elder health: Formative research in Chiapas, Mexico.”
Glantz N. Society for Applied Anthropology / Society for Medical Anthropology (SfAA/SMA) Annual Meeting, Vancouver, March 2006.

“Research on Gender, Elder Health and Care in Chiapas, Mexico.”
Glantz N. Association for Women Faculty Interdisciplinary Research Symposium. Tucson: University of Arizona, March 2006.
Woodrow Wilson Johnson & Johnson Women’s Health Fellows Conference. March 2006.

“Violencia doméstica y salud: Introducción para prestadores de servicios de salud.”
(“Domestic violence and health: Introduction for health service providers.”)
Martínez I & Glantz N. General Hospital, Comitán, Chiapas, 2005.

“CD Caja de herramientas para trabajar contra la violencia familiar: Introducción para prestadores de servicios sociales y de salud.”
(“An introduction for health and social service providers to the Interactive Flash® CD Toolbox for Addressing Family Violence.”)
Martínez I & Glantz N. Sanatorio Matus Hospital and live radio broadcast, Comitán, Chiapas, Mexico, 2005.

“¡Veneno! Pesticide discourse and behavior as site of gendered and generational struggles in Chiapas, Mexico.”
Glantz N & Tinoco R. Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting, Santa Fe, 2005.

“Is the treatment worse than the disease? Risks of attempts to increase social capital in minority groups.”
Glantz N. Society for Applied Anthropology / Society for Medical Anthropology Annual Meeting, Dallas, 2004.

“Domestic servants, development, and health.”
Glantz N. Working Group on Gender, Reproductive Health and Population Policies (GRHPP) Global Meeting, Cape Town, South Africa, 2002.

“Domestic violence research and action in Chiapas, Mexico.”
Glantz N. Working Group on Gender, Reproductive Health and Population Policies (GRHPP) Global Meeting, Cha’am, Thailand, 2000.

“El consumo de alcohol y la violencia conyugal: Ideas para un acercamiento.”
(“Alcohol consumption and conjugal violence: Some thoughts.”)
Glantz N. Academic Exchange Group on Reproductive Health (GIASAR) Annual Meeting, Comitán, Chiapas, 2000.

“Estudiando la violencia conyugal en Chiapas.”
(“Studying conjugal violence in Chiapas.”)
Glantz N, Martínez I, de León P, Halperin D. Regional Committee on Reproductive Health (CORSAR), Comitán, Chiapas, 1999.

“Childbirth care preferences in Chiapas, Mexico.”
Glantz N, Hunt L, Halperin D. Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, 1999.

“Violencia doméstica en Chiapas.”
(“Domestic violence in Chiapas.”)
Halperin D & Glantz N. College of the Northern Border, Tijuana, Mexico, 1998.

“Preferencias para la atención al parto en Chiapas.”
(“Childbirth care preferences in Chiapas.”)
Glantz N, Hunt L, Halperin D. Mexican National Public Health Institute (INSP) VIII National Research Congress, Cuernavaca, Mexico, 1999.

“Violence by men toward women in couples in Chiapas, Mexico.”
Halperin D & Glantz N. American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting, Washington DC, 1998.
Working Group on Domestic Violence, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, 1998.

“Ningún matrimonio es santo. Investigación sobre violencia doméstica en Chiapas.”
(“No marriage is sacred. Research on domestic violence in Chiapas.”)
Glantz N, Martínez I, de León P. X International (Mexico-Guatemala) Medical Congress, Comitán, Chiapas, 1998.
Domestic Violence Working Group, College of Mexico (COLMEX), Mexico City, 1997.
Gender & Development Seminar, College of the Southern Border (ECOSUR), San Cristóbal, Chiapas, Mexico 1997.

“Culture, conflict and contraception in Chiapas.”
Halperin D & Glantz N. Consortium for Social Sciences and Health (COSSAH) Annual Meeting, Boston, 1997.
Working Group on Gender, Reproductive Health and Population Policies (GRHPP) Global Meeting, Amsterdam, 1997.

“Relaciones sexuales, salud reproductiva y género en Chiapas.”
(“Sex, reproductive health, and gender in Chiapas.”)
Halperin D & Glantz N. CORSAR Meeting, Comitán, Chiapas, Mexico, 1997.
IX Internacional Medical Congress, Comitán, Chiapas, Mexico, 1997.

“El papel de los familiares en problemas relacionados con el uso de métodos anticonceptivos.”
(“The role of relatives in problems related to contraceptive use.”)
Glantz N, Halperin D, Nazar A. Mexican National Public Health Institute (INSP) VII National Research Congress, Cuernavaca, Mexico, 1997.

“Investigación sobre la violencia doméstica: Percepciones de mujeres en la Región Fronteriza de Chiapas” (Poster).
(“Research on domestic violence: Perceptions of women in the Border Region of Chiapas.”)
Glantz N, Halperin D, Hunt L. Mexican National Public Health Institute (INSP) VII National Research Congress, Cuernavaca, Mexico, 1997.

“Violencia doméstica en la Región Fronteriza de Chiapas.”
(“Domestic violence in the Border Region of Chiapas.”)
Glantz N, Halperin D, Hunt L. Mexican National Public Health Institute (INSP) VII National Research Congress, Cuernavaca, Mexico, 1997.
VIII International Medical Congress, Guatemala, 1996.
Latin American Sociology Association (ALAS) XX Annual Meeting, Mexico City, 1995.

“Childbirth care-seeking behavior in Chiapas.”
Glantz N & Halperin D. Working Group on Gender, Reproductive Health and Population Policies (GRHPP) Global Meeting, San Cristóbal, Chiapas, Mexico, 1996.

“Domestic violence in the Border Region of Chiapas, Mexico.”
Halperin D & Glantz N. National Council for International Health (NCIH) Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 1995.

“Improving reproductive health in Chiapas, Mexico: New findings on contraception from quantitative and qualitative studies.”
Halperin D, Nazar A, Glantz N. American Anthropological Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, 1995.
Working Group on Gender, Reproductive Health and Population Policies (GRHPP) Global Meeting, Zimbabwe, 1995.

Publications
Domestic Service | Reproduction | Gender Relations & Violence
Clinical & Household Care | Social Capital | Research & Planning | Elders