Catherine L. Ramstetter, PhD

Peer-Reviewed Presentations

Corryville Catholic Student Health Council 2011

  1. Ramstetter, C. L., Chaney, R., & Cook, J. (October, 2011). Students who “Practice what they preach” and improve their school American School Health Association’s Annual School Health Conference, Concurrent Session. Louisville, KY.
  2. Ramstetter, C. L., & Bernard, A. (October, 2011). Process as outcome:  From establishing relationships to established Wellness Council. American School Health Association’s Annual School Health Conference, Concurrent Session. Louisville, KY.
  3. Stieha, V., Louis, V., Hellman, S., Ramstetter, C., Lanman, S., Woods, A., . . .Hensley, B. (April, 2011). Naked on the page: Graduate students’ experience with action research. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Concurrent Session. New Orleans, LA.
  4. Ramstetter, C. L. (October, 2010). Developing a student wellness council in a PAR study to assess and enhance school health. American School Health Association’s Annual School Health Conference, Concurrent Session. Kansas City, MO.
  5. Ramstetter, C. L., & Murray, R. (December, 2009). Recess: A review of the literature, implications and considerations for schools. Ohio Alliance for Health Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Convention, Concurrent Session. Columbus, OH.
  6. Ramstetter, C. L. (October, 2009). Using “Know-Want to know-Learn” to establish healthy school teams and wellness councils. American School Health Association’s Annual School Health Conference, Roundtable. Denver, CO.
  7. Ramstetter (Walsh), C. L. (April, 2009). Photovoice for shared understanding and meaning-making. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, National Conference, American Association for Health Education, Strategies Poster Session. Tampa, FL.
  8. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation, & Ramstetter (Walsh), C. L. (April, 2009). Sportsmetrics: Preventing serious knee ligament injury in female athletes. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, National Conference, National Association for Girls and Women in Sport, Workshop. Tampa, FL.
  9. Ramstetter (Walsh), C. L., & Rojas-Guyler, L. (February, 2009).  Current trends in health research: Implications for reaching and working with diverse populations. 5th Annual Tri-State Diversity Conference: Diversity 2.0: Tomorrow’s Solutions for Today’s Problems. Sharonville, OH.
  10. Rojas-Guyler, L. Walsh, C. L., Luquis, R. R., & Perez, M. A. (April, 2008). Understanding best practice models for conducting health education research with racial and ethnic populations. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, National Conference, American Association for Health Education, Poster Session. Fort Worth, TX.
  11. Walsh, C. L., & King, K. A. (November, 2007). Development of an instrument to measure core academic teachers’ daily physical activity instruction in the primary grades, Ohio Alliance for Health Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Convention, Poster Session. Columbus, OH.
  12. Walsh, C. L. (August, 2004). Sportsmetrics™: Neuromuscular training to prevent ACL injuries in females, 7th Annual Armed Forces Health Protection Conference. Albuquerque, NM.
  13. Walsh, C. L. (August, 2004). Strength training fallacies and benefits for the female athlete, 7th Annual Armed Forces Health Protection Conference. Albuquerque, NM.

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