Berridge, C. (September 9, 2015). Privacy intact? Boundary management and why it matters for older adults. Northeastern University, Center for Technology in Support of Self-Management & Health Seminar Series. Boston, Massachusetts

Berridge, C. (April 29, 2015). Opportunity for boundary management: A technology design and practice principle to secure the privacy of older adults. MIT AgeLab. Cambridge, Massachusetts

Berridge. C. (April 24, 2015). Practices of “selling” passive monitoring to older adults in independent living: Social workers on fraught terrain. Active Ageing Research Group, Avans University of Applied Science. Breda, Netherlands

Berridge, C. (Oct 8, 2014). Breathing room in monitored space: Opportunities for privacy in boundary management. Center for Gerontology brown bag series, Providence, Rhode Island

Berridge, C. (Sept 18, 2014). Negotiating independence? The ethical implications of electronic monitoring for practice and policy. Workshop: NASUAD National Home and Community Based Services Conference. Arlington, Virginia


Berridge, C. (July 24, 2017). Staffing empowerment practices in nursing homes with unionized nursing assistants.  International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics World Congress. San Francisco, California

Berridge, C. (July 24, 2017). Symposium Chair: Surveillance Technologies in Long-Term Care: A Blind Spot for Gerontologists? Presentation: A legal analysis of pioneering U.S. state laws regulating resident-room cameras in nursing homes. International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics World Congress. San Francisco, California

Berridge, C. (January 11, 2017). Racial disparities in the prevalence of unmet needs and their consequences among older adult community dwellers. Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana

Berridge, C. (November 18, 2016). Harnessing technology for social good. Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana

Berridge, C. (October 17, 2016). Recruitment strategies for dyadic caregiving research with older adults and their adult children: Lessons from two studies of remote monitoring technology preferences in home care. Qualitative Health Research Conference. Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Berridge, C. (January 17, 2016). A Research-Based Analysis of State Medicaid Policies on GPS, Sensor and Camera Use in Home and Community Based Services to Replace and Supplement Staff.  Society for Social Work and Research. Washington D.C.

Berridge, C. & Chan, K.T.K. (November 21, 2015). Values made visible: Interactions of passive monitoring with cultural contexts of care. Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting. Orlando, Florida

Berridge, C. ( November 20, 2015). Symposium Chair: Dimensions of Privacy in the Use of Monitoring Technology at Home. Presentation: Negotiating privacy and boundary management in passive monitoring practices. Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting. Orlando, Florida

Berridge, C. (June 13, 2015). Dangerous disconnections: A research-based analysis of Medicaid policies on remote monitoring technologies in Home and Community Based Settings. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality NRSA Research Trainees Conference. Minneapolis, Minnesota

Berridge, C. (April 22, 2015). Selling passive monitoring to manage risk in independent living: Frontline workers in a bind. Under Observation: Synergies, Benefits and Trade-Offs in eHealth and Surveillance. Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society. Tilburg, Netherlands

Berridge, C. (April 17, 2015). Breathing room in monitored space? Privacy in the passive monitoring of older adults. Theorizing the Web. New York, New York

Berridge, C. (June 18, 2014). Power, ethics and normative logics of intervention in voluntary remote monitoring for independent living. World Conference of Gerontechnology. Taipei, Taiwan

Berridge, C. (January 31, 2014). The electronic monitoring of elders and care workers: Untangling emerging practices in private homes and elder care settings. Aging Across Borders: A Transnational Look at Just Social Policies of Care Symposium. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California

Berridge, C. (November 1, 2013). Ethics of remote monitoring technologies and implications for social work practice. Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Dallas, Texas

Berridge, C. (July 11, 2013). Subjecting one’s self to monitoring: Decision making about the option to use remote monitoring technologies in low-income independent living residences. Planning Later Life: Bioethics and Politics in Aging Societies. Göttingen, Germany

Berridge, C. (November 17, 2012). Symposium Chair: Navigating ethical considerations for technology-based services for older adults. Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting. San Diego, California

Berridge, C. (August 19, 2011). Envisioning a gerontology-enriched theory of care. International Carework Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada 

Berridge, C.  (May 22, 2011). Speaking justice to elder care. Unsettling Feminisms Conference.  Chicago, Illinois


Berridge, C. (June 26, 2016). Staff empowerment practices and CNA retention: findings from a nationally representative nursing home survey. AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts

Berridge, C. (June 15, 2015). Passive monitoring technology in low-income independent living residences: Adoption, discontinuation and ethical problems. AcademyHealth. Minneapolis, Minnesota

Martinson, M & Berridge, C. (presenting author) (November 6, 2014). Successful aging and its discontents. Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting. Washington D.C. 

Berridge, C. (November 21, 2013). Lived experiences of older adults, family and staff with sensor-based remote monitoring in low-income independent living residences. Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana


Berridge, C. (October 13, 2011). Technology-based innovation for independent living: Building the evidence base. Leading Thinking and Practice in Service Innovation: 2nd Annual Workshop on Value Driven Service Innovation. Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom