Greene, K. (2015, January). Sharing health information with relational partners: Patients’ strategic disclosure and avoidance. Presentation at the Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ), Cancer Prevention and Control, New Brunswick, NJ.
Greene, K. (2013, January). Active involvement approaches: Media literacy substance use prevention. Presentation at the School for Mass Communication Research, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.
Greene, K. (2013, January). Developing and testing a brief disclosure intervention to increase HIV disclosure efficacy. Presentation at the School for Mass Communication Research, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.
Greene, K. (2013, January). Maximizing relationships with communities: Strategies for collaborating. Presentation at the School for Mass Communication Research, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.
Greene, K. (2012, April). Active involvement: A brief media literacy approach to substance use prevention. Paper presented on a panel highlighting the value of Communication Research at the annual meeting of the Society for Behavioral Medicine, New Orleans, LA.
Greene, K. (2011, April). Grant Principal Investigator Panel. Presentation at the DC Health Communication Conference, Fairfax, VA.
Greene, K. (2011, April). Triangulation and interdisciplinary teams in research with stigmatized populations. College of Nursing, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.
Greene, K. (2010, November). Working with groups and building bridges. Senior Scholar presentation at the Heath Communication Division Doctoral/Early Career Preconference at the meeting of the National Communication Association, San Francisco, CA.
Greene, K. (2010, October 15). Facilitating assessment of disclosure decisions: Implications for treatment and social support. Psychiatry Grand Rounds at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY.
Greene, K. (2009, November). Best practices for interdisciplinary doctoral programs: Shared methodology and design. National Communication Association Doctoral Education Breakfast, Chicago, IL.
Greene, K. (2007, October). Anonymity and credibility in the context of health communication. Presentation at the Anonymity and Credibility colloquium as part of the Johnson & Johnson Blue Ribbon Series on Risk and Well-being in Everyday Life, New Brunswick, NJ.
Greene, K. (2003, November). Disclosing an HIV diagnosis to partners: The contributions of gender and sexual orientation in safer sex decisions. CLAGS Colloquium Series in LGTBQ Studies, New York, NY.
Greene, K. (2003, June). Relational and social profiles of women of African descent at risk for HIV/AIDS. Session presented at the Symposium of HIV/AIDS Intervention for Women with Multiple Sexual Partners Living in Impoverished Housing, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI.
Greene, K. (2002, April). Health communication research making a difference in our community: The example of HIV/AIDS. Keynote address presented at the annual meeting of the Southern States Communication Association, Winston-Salem, NC.
Greene, K. (2002, March). Disclosing an HIV diagnosis: Features of the message. Presentation at the 5th annual Johnson & Johnson SCILS Research Day, New Brunswick, NJ.
Greene, K. (2000, November). Disclosure of intimate health information: Perceptions of stigma and boundaries in relationships. Presentation to colloquium series of Department of Speech Communication, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA.
Greene, K. (2000, October). Disclosure of HIV/AIDS diagnosis. Presentation to colloquium series of Department of Communication Processes, University of Connecticut, Stoors, CT.
Greene, K. (1999, October). Adolescent risk taking message design. Presentation to colloquium series of Department of Communication Arts and Journalism, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.
Greene, K. (1999, February). Privacy issues in living with HIV/AIDS. Presentation to joint colloquium series of Department of Communication and Psychology, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA.
Greene, K. (1995, March). Disclosure and health. Presentation to colloquium series of Department of Speech Communication, University of Georgia, Athens, GA (also Visiting Assistant Professor, Spring, 1995).