Presentations

Peer Reviewed Presentations

Asefaw S, Gebremikael L, & Khanlou N. (June 15 2017). Embracing equity, investing in change: Black youth with developmental disabilities at the margins of practice and policy. 43rd Harvey Stancer Research Day. University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario.

Christmas CM, & Khanlou N. (June 15 2017). A scoping review of how resilience in youth is defined and measured.  43rd Harvey Stancer Research Day. University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario.

Khan A, & Khanlou N. (June 15 2017). A scoping review of the risk factors, and diagnosis of bipolar disorder in children and adolescent in selected Asian and Middle Eastern Countries.  43rd Harvey Stancer Research Day. University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario.

Vazquez LM, Khanlou N, & Davidson D. (June 15 2017). A critical perspective on inclusive research with young adults with developmental disabilities. 43rd Harvey Stancer Research Day. University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario

Clarke J, Pashang S, & Khanlou N.  (30-31 May 2017). Cyber sexual violence against emerging young women: From colonial discourse to modernized shaming. CASWE-ACFTS Conference, Toronto, Ontario.

Asefaw S, Khanlou N, Flicker S, Vazquez LM, Gebremikael L, & Olaiya O. (12 May 2017). (Poster). Intersections of privilege, ableism and disempowerment: The marginalization of black female youth with developmental disabilities and their family members. Women’s Xchange Conference. Women’s College Hospital, Toronto, Ontario.

Cuffy LP, Khanlou N, & Vazquez LM. (12 May 2017). (Poster). Investigating the bio-psychosocial effects of compounded trauma on Black women’s mental health: A study of two localities in Ontario, Canada. Women’s Xchange Conference. Women’s College Hospital, Toronto, Ontario.

Pashang S, Clarke J, Khanlou N, & Azad B. (12 May 2017). (Poster). The mental health impact of cyber sexual violence against emerging young women.  Women’s Xchange Conference. Women’s College Hospital, Toronto, Ontario.

Abdullah P, Costanian C, Khanlou N, & Tamim H. (29 March 2017). (Poster). Prevalence and characteristics of water-pipe smoking in Canada. Ontario Public Health Convention, Toronto, Ontario.

Cateni D, Kurtz Landy C, Khanlou N, Tamim H, & Sword W. (16 February 2017). The effect of method of delivery and psychosocial factors on postpartum sexual satisfaction. 4th Annual Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting, Montebello, Québec.

Khanlou N, Mantini A, Aidarus F, Vazquez LM, Asefaw S, Danhoundo G. (Nov 8 2016). Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities and their Immigrant Caregivers. Experiences of Equity in Accessing Healthcare and Community Services. Ontario Public Health Association.  Annula Fall Forum 2016. Toronto, ON.

Khanlou N, Vazquez LM, Jones G, & Yoshida K. (August 22-24 2016). Immigration status, gender and disability: Stressors and resilience of immigrant families of children with developmental disabilities in the Greater Toronto Area, Ontario. 3rd World Congress on Resilience. University of Trois-Rivières. Trois-Rivières, QB.

Khanlou N. (20 May 2016). Using Readers Theatre as a form of aesthetic teaching-learning in undergraduate classroom teaching in health. Teaching in Focus Conference. York University, Toronto, ON.

MacDonnell JA, Dastjerdi M, Bokore N, Tharao W, & Khanlou N (June 13-16 2016) “Finding a place for me outside the stereotypes”: Creating an action plan to support the mental wellbeing of racialized immigrant women. (Poster). Canadian Public Health Association conference, Toronto, ON.

Khanlou N, Vazquez LM, Jones G, Yoshida K. & Skybin, Y. (June 13-16, 2016). Relevant Health Promotion Practices and Policies for Immigrant Mothers of Children with Developmental Disabilities. Canadian Public Health Association Conference. Toronto, ON.

Abdullah P, Costanian C, Khanlou N, & Tamim, H. (June 1, 2016). Prevalence and Characteristics of Water-pipe Smoking in Canada. LaMarsh Annual Graduate Student Symposium 2016: Helping Children and Youth Thrive: What We Can Learn From Health and Social Research. York University.

Khan A & Khanlou N. (6 May 2016). Bringing a gender perspective: An intersectional approach to a scoping review of the literature on immigrant and refugee adolescent mental health in Canada.  Women’s College Hospital Women’s Xchange Conference. Toronto, ON.

Vazquez LM & Khanlou N (March, 5, 2016). Cultural Identity and Resilience of Latino Youth in Canada. Panel: Intersectional approaches to youth identity, integration and resilience: Gender, migration and culture. 18th National Metropolis Conference. Toronto, ON.

Khan A & Khanlou N (March, 5, 2016). An Intersectionality-Informed Scoping Review of the Literature on Resilience, Mental Health and the Social Determinants of Health, amongst Migrant Youth in Canada. Panel: Intersectional approaches to youth identity, integration and resilience: Gender, migration and culture. 18th National Metropolis Conference. Toronto, ON.

Khanlou N (March, 5, 2016). Intersectional approach to immigration status, gender and disability: The case of immigrant families of children with developmental disabilities. 18th National Metropolis Conference. Toronto, ON.

Khanlou N, Mustafa N, Vazquez LM, Asefaw S &Spielmann, B. (March 2 2016) Health Promotion Strategies for Immigrant Mothers of Children with Developmental Disabilities. (Poster). Ontario Shores Mental Health Conference. Whitby, ON.

Su C & Khanlou N. (6-9 August 2015). Chinese immigrant mothers of children with developmental disabilities: Stressors and social support. American Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, Canada.

Su C & Khanlou N. (6-9 August 2015). Social and emotional factors influencing Chinese immigrant mothers of children with disabilities. American Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, Canada.

Islam F (Presenter), Khanlou N & Tamim, H. (18 June 2015). Mental health consultation in Ontario’s immigrant populations. Harvey Stancer Research Day, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario.

Dastjerdi M (Presenter), MacDonnell J, Khanlou N, Tharao W, Bokore N, & Njoroge W. (10 June 2015). Finding a place for me outside the stereotypes: Creating an action plan to support the mental wellbeing of racialized immigrant women. In Sickness & in Health Conference, Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

Dastjerdi M (Presenter), Khanlou N, MacDonnell J, Mardoukhi A, & Niazi A. (6 June 2015). The role of gender and ethnicity in the well-being and integration of Iranian and Afghan older adult immigrant women in Canada. North American Health Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Dastjerdi M (Poster Presenter), MacDonnell J, Khanlou N, Tharao W, Bokore N, & Njoroge W. (27 March 2015). Finding a place for me outside the stereotypes: Creating an action plan to support the mental wellbeing of racialized immigrant women. 17th National Metropolis Conference: Broadening the Conversation, Vancouver, Canada.

Islam F (Presenter), Khanlou N & Tamim, H. (24 February 2015). The barriers and promoters of seeking mental healthcare: A mixed methods study of immigrant Bangladeshi populations in Toronto. Ontario Shores 4th Annual Research Day. Whitby, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Presenter). (28 January 2015). Introduction to human right to health. Inclusion Day Conference, York University. Toronto, Ontario.

Pilkington B (Presenter) & Khanlou N. (28 January 2015). Health and well-being of young single mothers participating in the women moving forward program. Inclusion Day Conference, York University. Toronto, Ontario.

Vazquez L (Presenter) & N Khanlou (January 28, 2015). Health inequities and human rights: Exploring the case of immigrant mothers of children with developmental disabilities. Panel: Health and Human Rights (N Khanlou Organizer and Moderator of Panel). Inclusion Day Conference. Toronto, Ontario.

Islam F (Presenter), Khanlou, N & Tamim, Hala (24 February 2015). The Barriers and Promoters of Seeking Mental Healthcare: A Mixed Methods Study of Immigrant Bangladeshi Populations in Toronto. Ontario Shores 4th Annual Research Day. Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N, Haque N, Dastjerdi M, & Jones G. (4 November 2014). “What is needed is a central person to whom immigrant families can go to:” Service providers’ perceptions of challenges faced by immigrant mothers of children with disabilities. Ontario Association of Children’s Rehabilitation Services (OACRS) Conference, Toronto, Ontario.

Su C (Poster Presenter), Khanlou N, Dastjerdi M & Sheehan S. (16-17 October 2014). Effects of perceived stress and social support on the mental health of Chinese-Canadian immigrant mothers of children with developmental disabilities. On New Shores Conference, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N. (16 October 2014). Research to Action: Social support needs of immigrant mothers of children with disabilities. Research to Policy Dialogue. Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care

Macedo J (Presenter), Khanlou N, & Lui M. (30 April 2014). Using vignettes as a relevant focus group method in school-based mental health research: Example from Brazil. LaMarsh Centre for Child and Youth Research, York University, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N, Haque N, & Skinner A. (21 February 2014). Maternal health of immigrants in Canada: A scoping review. IRWHP (Immigrant and Racialized Women’s Health Project) Conference, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Presenter), Dastjerdi M (Presenter). (13 February 2014). Immigrant moms hit a service wall: Social support for immigrant mothers of children with disabilities. BLOOM Speakers Series: Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital , Toronto, Ontario

Islam F (Poster Presenter), Khanlou N, & Tamim H. (5 November 2013). South Asian populations in Canada: Migration and mental health. Building an Effective South Asian Health Strategy in Ontario. Council of Agencies Serving South Asians (CASSA) Conference, Toronto, Ontario.

Islam F (Poster Presenter), Khanlou N, & Tamim H. (16-18 October 2013). South Asian populations in Canada: Migration and mental health. Changing Perspectives: Addressing the Social Determinants of Mental Health and Addictions. National Conference, Canadian Mental Health Association, Ottawa, Ontario.

Guruge S (Presenter), Khanlou N, Thomson MS, & Vahabi, M. (5 June 2013). Social determinants and health inequities that affect the mental health of immigrants in Canada: A scoping review. Promoting Equity through Health Research-Embracing Possibilities. 6 th Annual Nursing Research Day. Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario .

Lee TY (Presenter), Kurtz-Landy C, Wahoush O, Khanlou N, Liu YC, & Li CC. (5 June 2013). Newcomers' experience of maternity care services in Canada: Chinese women's perspectives. Promoting Equity through Health Research-Embracing Possibilities. 6 th Annual Nursing Research Day. Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario .

Guruge S (Presenter), Khanlou N, Thomson MS, & Vahabi, M. (3 May 2013). Barriers to services that affect the mental health of older immigrants in Canada: A scoping review. Preparing for the Healthcare System of Tomorrow. 26th Annual Research Conference. Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Presenter), Buettgen B (Presenter), Jennings S & Bokore N. (29 October 2012). Intersections in immigrant women’s health: Social support for immigrant mothers of children with disabilities. Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research Conference . CIHR: Institute of Gender and Health. Montreal, Quebec.

MacDonnell JA (Presenter), Dastjerdi M, Bokore N, Khanlou N, &Tharao W. (30 October 2012). Intersections in immigrant women's health: "Reconstructing the notion of a good citizen" - Activism as a feature of mental health promotion. Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research Conference . CIHR: Institute of Gender and Health. Montreal, Quebec.

Khanlou N (Presenter), Davidson D (Presenter), Dastjerdi M, Jennings S (Presenter) & Buettgen A. (18 October 2012). Immigrant mothers of children with disabilities: Negotiating services across sectors. Mothering and Reproduction Conference. Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement (MIRCI) . Toronto, Ontario .

MacDonnell JA (Presenter), Dastjerdi M, Bokore N, Tharao W, & Khanlou N. (16 May 2012). Reconstructing the notion of a good citizen: Opening space to dialogue on immigrant women’s activism as a feature of mental health promotion, (Networking Cafe). 6th National Community Health Nurses Conference, Toronto, Ontario

Jennings S (Presenter) & Khanlou N (Presenter). (13 October 2011). Making the link: Public policy and the mental health of mothers of children with disabilities in Canada. 4th Annual School of Nursing Research Conference, Sharing Nursing Research and Scholarship: Expanding the Boundaries, York University.

Pilkington B (Presenter), Johnston N, & Khanlou N. (13 October 2011). The meaning of resilience for youths and adults living in a priority neighbourhood in Toronto. 4th Annual School of Nursing Research Conference, Sharing Nursing Research and Scholarship: Expanding the Boundaries, York University.

Khanlou N (Presenter). (15 October 2010). Newcomer youth understanding of mental wellbeing during initial resettlement years. 3rd Annual School of Nursing Research Conference, Person-Centered Care: Bridging Nursing Research and Nursing Practice, York University.

Khanlou N (Presenter) & Gonsalves T. (16 June 2010). Immigrant mental health: Overcoming health disparities. Canadian Public Health Association, Centenary Conference, Toronto.

Khanlou N (Presenter) & Gonsalves T (Presenter). (19 March 2010). Vulnerability and resilience in hard times: The mental health of immigrants and refugees. 12th National Metropolis Conference Immigration and Diversity Crossroads of Cultures, Engine of Economic Development. Montreal, Quebec.

Khanlou N (Presenter) & Gonsalves T (Presenter). (12 February 2010). Women living without legal immigration status: Health consequences and barriers to healthcare. Research on Healthcare for the Undocumented and Uninsured: Systems, Policies, Practices and their Consequences. University of Toronto conference, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Presenter) & Gonsalves T (Presenter). (8 August 2009). Immigrant Mental Health: Challenges and Resiliencies. American Psychological Association 117th Annual Convention. Toronto, Ontario.

Shakya Y (Presenter), Lee M (Presenter), Khanlou N & Gonsalves T. (6 August 2009). Promoting Newcomer Youth Mental Health Through CBPR. American Psychological Association 117th Annual Convention. Toronto, Ontario.

Gonsalves T (Presenter), Lee M (Presenter), Khanlou N & Shakya Y (25 June 2009). Exploring the Mental Health Needs of Newcomer Youth. 35th Annual Harvey Stancer Research Day. Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario.

Lee M (Presenter), Gonsalves T (Presenter), Khanlou N & Shakya Y (24 June 2009). Understanding Newcomer Youth Mental Health Needs and Access Barriers. 2nd Annual Daphne Cockwell Nursing Research Day, Ryerson University. Toronto, Ontario.

Gonsalves T (Presenter), Khanlou N, Shakya Y & Lee M. (5 June 2009). The Mental Health and Well Being of Newcomer Youth in the Context of Immigration and Settlement. Health and Well Being: Research, Practice and Politics. Faculty of Health, York University. Toronto, Ontario.

Gonsalves T (Presenter), Lee M (Presenter), Khanlou N & Shakya Y. (18 April 2009). Understanding Newcomer Youth Mental Health: Needs, Access and Inclusion. Migration, Citizenship and Inclusion: Re-Defining Boundaries and Borders, CERIS Graduate Student Conference, York University. Toronto, Ontario.

Lee M (Presenter), Gonsalves T (Presenter), Khanlou N & Shakya Y. (28 March 2009). Overcoming Methodological Barriers to Researching Youth and their Mental Health Needs. Researching Youth: Methodologies, Ethics and Access Conference 2009, University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Presenter). (21 March 2009). Immigrant mental health policy brief. 11th National Metropolis Conference: Frontiers of Canadian Migration. Calgary, Alberta.

Gonsalves T (Presenter), Lee M (Presenter), Khanlou N, & Shakya Y. (21 March 2009). The mental health and wellbeing of newcomer youth. 11th National Metropolis Conference: Frontiers of Canadian Migration. Calgary, Alberta.

Khanlou N (Presenter), Gonsalves T (Presenter), & Shakya Y. (6 March 2009). Newcomer youth mental health: From understanding to promotion within the context of diversity and equity. Expanding Our Horizons: Moving Mental Health and Wellness Promotion into the Mainstream, Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Presenter), Shakya Y (Presenter) & Gonsalves T (Presenter). (6 November 2008). Building research partnerships to explore mental health issues for newcomer youth: Some thoughts on power, participation and practice. Building Equitable Partnerships Symposium 2008, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Presenter). (30 October 2008). Youth integration: Identity, prejudice and resilience. 13th International Metropolis Conference: Mobility, Integration and Development in a Globalised World. Bonn, Germany.

Khanlou N (Workshop Organizer). (30 October 2008). Cultural diversity and youth integration in post-migration settings: Opportunities, challenges. 13th International Metropolis Conference: Mobility, Integration and Development in a Globalised World. Bonn, Germany.

Lee M (Presenter) & Khanlou N. (19 June, 2008). Mental health promotion for Korean-Canadian adolescents: Is it necessary? 34th Harvey Stancer Research Day, Department of Psychiatry, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Ontario. (With published abstract).

Invited

Khanlou N (Keynote Presenter). (20 May 2017). Immigration and mental health. Migration Challenges in the Globalization Era. ICS - Instituto de Ciências da Saúde, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisbon, Portugal.

Khanlou N. (7 May 2016). Raising resilient children with (developmental disabilities): Caregiving and advocacy in a multicultural setting.  The York Circle: How Global Health Comes Close to Home, York University, Toronto, Ontario. http://advancement.yorku.ca/york-circle/yorkcirclepast/

Khanlou N & Vazquez LM (21 April 2016). Immigrant families of children with developmental disabilities navigating across service sectors: Barriers and facilitators to social support.  Autism Spectrum Disorder in Our City.  Toronto District School Board, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N. (16 October 2014). Research to Action: Social support needs of immigrant mothers of children with disabilities. Research to Policy Dialogue. Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care

Macedo J (Presenter), Khanlou N, & Lui M. (30 April 2014). Using vignettes as a relevant focus group method in school-based mental health research: Example from Brazil. LaMarsh Centre for Child and Youth Research, York University, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N, Haque N, & Skinner A. (21 February 2014). Maternal health of immigrants in Canada: A scoping review. IRWHP (Immigrant and Racialized Women’s Health Project) Conference, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Presenter), Dastjerdi M (Presenter). (13 February 2014). Immigrant moms hit a service wall: Social support for immigrant mothers of children with disabilities. BLOOM Speakers Series: Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital , Toronto, Ontario

Khanlou N (Presenter). (18 November 2013). Child and youth resilience: Public health strategies and mental health promotion practices. Canadian Institutes of Health Research: Café Scientifique Program, Ryerson University (at Measure Café)

Khanlou N (Presenter). (29 September 2012). Child and youth resilience: Public health strategies and mental health promotion practices . Fall 2012 ISCAR (International Society of Child and Adolescent Resilience) Colloquium: Building Resilience in Children and Youth, Toronto, Ontario. http://www.is-car.ca/iscar/congresses/2012/colloquium2012.html

Khanlou N (Presenter), Buettgen B (Presenter). (17 March 2012). Innovative Initiatives Database. OMHARN (Ontario Multicultural Health Applied Research Network) Conference, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Presenter). (2 March 2012). Mental health promotion among youth and women in multicultural and immigrant-receiving settings. Roundtable: Moving from ‘Survive’ to ‘Thrive’: A bi-regional exploration of mental health policy for immigrant and refugee families in Canada. 14th National Metropolis Conference Future Immigration Policies: Challenges and Opportunities for Canada, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Presenter). (24 October 2011). Newcomer youth resilience, social inclusion, and mental health: What do newcomer youth say about mental health? Council of Agencies Serving South Asians and Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Keynote Presenter). (4 July 2011). Importance of prevention: Children’s and youth resilience and social inclusion. 3rd International Conference “Think and Act”, Programa Escolhas (Choices Programme) 10th Anniversary, Lisbon, Portugal.

Khanlou N (Presenter). (28 April 2011). Women’s Mental Health: Equity Concerns. Every Woman Matters Knowledge Translation and Exchange Forum, Women’s Health in Women’s Hands CHC, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Presenter). (24 January 2011). Resilience and Newcomer Youth Mental Wellbeing. Cultural Collective, York University, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Presenter). (22 July 2010). Resilience and Youth Mental Health. Career Scientist Dialogue, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Ontario

Khanlou N (Presenter). (19 May 2010). Supporting Resilience in Children and Youth. 5th Annual Special Needs Resource Conference Resourcing for the Future: Professionals Collaborating for Success, Humber College North Campus, Toronto

Khanlou N (Presenter). (4 December 2009). Promoting Youth Resilience. Community Based Education. Richmond Hill High School, York Region District School Board. Richmond Hill, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Presenter). (26 November 2009). Working Together to Promote Youth Resilience. "Leaders at All Levels" Managers Meeting. Youth Justice Services Division. Ministry of Children and Youth Services. Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N (Presenter). (16 June 2009). Mental Health and Immigrant Populations.Exploring the Public Health of Immigrants and Refugees in Canada, Public H. Public Health Agency of Canada and the Metropolis Project, Ottawa.

Khanlou N (invited speaker) & Hajdukowski-Ahmed M. (5 December 2008). CERIS Health Domain Seminar: Not Born a Refugee Woman: Contesting Identities, Rethinking Practices (Berghahn Books). CERIS, Toronto.

Khanlou N (invited speaker). (27 March 2008). Immigration and youth mental health in a multicultural context. Expert Policy Forum - Equity in Health and Wellbeing, Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N (invited speaker). (28 February 2008). Immigration and mental health. Armchair Discussions, Canadian School of Public Service, Ottawa, Ontario. (Webposting: http://canada.metropolis.net/mediacentre/mediacentre_e.htm).

Khanlou N (invited speaker). (28 February 2008). Promoting the mental wellbeing of newcomer youth: Partnerships across systems. Brown Bag, Metropolis Project, Ottawa, Ontario.

Presentations to Educational and Professional Audiences

Khanlou N. (Organizer). (20 July 2017).  Community Event: Impact of gender and migration status on accessing direct/ flexible/ self-directed social funding for developmental services in Ontario. NABORS - Neighbours Allied for Better Opportunities in Residential Support, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N. (Panel Discussant). (7 Nov 2015).  Rendezvous with Madness Film Festival: A Minor Leap Down (Movie). Iranian Canadian Resource Centre. Workman Arts Theatre, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N. (Presenter). (1 October 2015). Maternal-Child Health: A human rights perspective. 3rd Lillian Wright Maternal- Child Learning Institute. York University.

Khan A (Poster Presenter) & Khanlou N. (1 Oct 2015). An Intersectionality-informed Scoping Review of Literature on Mental Health Issues of Immigrant Youth in Canada. 3rd Lillian Wright Maternal- Child Learning Institute. York University.

Mustafa N  (Poster Presenter) , Khanlou N. & Vazquez L M  (1 Oct 2015). Health Promotion Needs of Immigrant Mothers of Children with Developmental Disabilities. 3rd Lillian Wright Maternal- Child Learning Institute. York University.

Su C  (Poster Presenter) &  Khanlou N.  (1 Oct 2015). Social and Emotional Factors Influencing Chinese Immigrant Mothers of Children With  Disabilities  3rd Lillian Wright Maternal- Child Learning Institute. York University.

Su C  (Poster Presenter) &  Khanlou N.  (1 Oct 015). Chinese Immigrant Mothers Of Children With Developmental Disabilities: Stressors And Social Support. 3rd Lillian Wright Maternal- Child Learning Institute. York University.

Khanlou N. (Workshop Faculty Co-Facilitator). (28 April 2014). D3SCRAMBL3D: A Mental Health Awareness Event, Maple High School and York University.

Khanlou N (Presenter), Haque N, Jennings S, Davidson D, & Dastjerdi M.  (27 Sep 2013). Social support for immigrant mothers of children with disabilities. Lillian Wright 2nd Learning Institute: Maternal-Child Health: From Lab to Community-Based Research, Toronto: York University http://www.yorku.ca/nkhanlou/documents/LWInstitutePoster2013extended.pdf

Guruge S (Poster Presenter), Khanlou N, Thomson MS, & Vahabi, M. (4 April 2013). Social determinants and health inequities that affect the mental health of immigrants in Ontario, FCS Faculty Achievement Celebration Event, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N. (Panel Member Presenter). (12 February 2013).  Let’s Talk Mental Health: Community Dialogue, York University.

Khanlou N (Panel Discussant). (13 Nov 2012).  20th Annual Rendezvous with Madness Film Festival: Moving Up (Movie). Iranian Women’s Organization of Ontario and Partners and Sponsors. Workman Arts Theatre, Toronto, Ontario.

Khanlou N. (Presenter). (24 April 2012).  Child and youth resilience. Global Health Lunches, Markham Family Medicine Teaching Unit Health for all Family Health Team, Markham, Ontario.

Khanlou N. (Presenter: Posters). (15 February 2012).  Women and youth mental health promotion research. Health Research, York Research Month, York University.

Khanlou N (Keynote Presenter). (18 July 2011).  Women’s mental health: Applying an equity lens. Iranian Women’s Organization of Ontario and Community Resource Connections of Toronto: Navigating Mental Health Services in Toronto. Fairview Public Library, North York, Ontario.

Khanlou N. (Presenter). (21 April 2010).  Faculty Development Session: Overview of OWHC Chair in Women’s Mental Health Research. School of Nursing, York University.

Khanlou N (Presenter), & Attarzadeh M (Presenter). (12 June 2009). Newcomer youth, mental health, and resiliency. Iranian Women’s Organization of Ontario:

Organizer/Moderator

Community Event: Impact of Gender and Migration Status on Accessing Direct/flexible/ self-directed Social Funding for Developmental Services in Ontario. The Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities Study. (July 20 2017, Khanlou N, Organizer and Moderator).  NABORS - Neighbours Allied for Better Opportunities in Residential Support. Toronto, Ontario.

Panel: Intersectional approaches to youth identity, integration and resilience: Gender, migration and culture. (Nunes F & Khanlou N Organizers and Moderators). (March 5 2016). 18th National Metropolis Conference. Toronto, ON.

3rd Lillian Wright Maternal- Child Learning Institute: Global Maternal-Child (Khanlou N Organizer) (1 Oct 2015). York University.

Chair in Women's Mental Health Research Speakers Series. (Khanlou N, Organizer and Moderator of Seminars) (23 Feb 2015). The role of gender and ethnicity in the well-being and integration of Iranian and Afghan older adult immigrant women in Canada. Mahdieh Dastjerdi (presenter, School of Nursing, York University). York University, Toronto, Ontario.

Human rights to health. (Khanlou N, Organizer and Moderator of Panel). (28 Jan 2015). Inclusion Day Conference, York University. Toronto, Ontario.

CIHR Cafe Scientifique. (Khanlou N, Organizer and Moderator of Panel).(May 6, 2013). Mothers speak up! On parenting children with disabilities: Implications for mom's wellbeing and social support. Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, Toronto. http://www.yorku.ca/nkhanlou/documents/MothersSpeakUpBOOK.RED.pdf

Echo Chair in Women's Mental Health Research Speakers Series. (Khanlou N, Organizer and Moderator of Seminars). (September 2012 - April 2013). Women's Health & Mental Wellbeing Speakers Series, York University. http://www.yorku.ca/nkhanlou/documents/SpeakersSeries2012-2013.pdf

OMHARN (Ontario Multicultural Applied Research Network) Second Annual Multicultural Health Conference: Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health. (Khanlou N, Co-Organizer). (22 Feb 2013). Ryerson University, Toronto.

Echo Chair in Women’s Mental Health Research Speakers Series. (Khanlou N, Organizer and Moderator of Seminars). (October 2011 - May 2012). Women’s Health & Mental Wellbeing Speakers Series, York University. http://www.yorku.ca/nkhanlou/documents/2011-2012writeups_004.pdf

OMHARN (Ontario Multicultural Applied Research Network) Inaugural Conference. (Khanlou N, Co-Organizer). (17 Mar 2012). Ryerson University, Toronto.

OMHARN (Ontario Multicultural Applied Research Network) Knowledge Translation Forum: Multicultural Mental Health Promotion. (Khanlou N, Organizer and Moderator of Seminar). (15 Feb 2012). http://www.yorku.ca/nkhanlou/documents/OMHARNKTforumflyer.pdf

Echo Chair in Women’s Mental Health Research Speakers Series. (Khanlou N, Organizer and Moderator of Seminars). (October 2010 - May 2011). Women’s Health & Mental Wellbeing Speakers Series, York University. http://www.yorku.ca/nkhanlou/documents/2010-2011writeups_000.pdf

Immigrant women’s mental health. (Khanlou N, Co-organizer and Moderator). (1 October 2010). Women’s Mental Health Conference: Building Networks and Research Capacity, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto.

Social integration and health policy for international marriage migrant women in South Korea (Presenter Dr. Hyun-Sil Kim). (Khanlou N (Organizer and Moderator). (14 June 2010). Faculty of Health, York University

OWHC Chair in Women’s Mental Health Research Speakers Series. (Khanlou N, Organizer and Moderator of Seminars). (October 2009 - May 2010). Women’s Health & Mental Wellbeing Speakers Series, York University.
http://www.yorku.ca/nkhanlou/documents/2009-2010%20Speakers%20Series%20summaries%20in%20PDF.pdf

Khanlou N. Opening Remarks. Echo Conversations: Addressing Depression (for Researchers). (29 June 2009). Toronto.

Khanlou N. Moderator of Panel Presentations. Echo Conversations: Addressing Depression. (9 June 2009). Toronto.

OWHC Chair in Women’s Mental Health Research Speakers Series. (Khanlou N, Organizer and Moderator of Seminars). (October 2008 - May 2009). Women’s Health & Mental Wellbeing Speakers Series, York University.
http://www.yorku.ca/nkhanlou/documents/2008-2009%20Speakers%20Series%20summaries%20in%20PDF.pdf