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Project Title: The Science of Changing Behavioral Health Social Norms

PIN: DBASSE-BBCSS-15-01         

Major Unit:
Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education
Institute of Medicine

Sub Unit:
Committee on National Statistics
Board on Health Sciences Policy
Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences

RSO:
Vandemark, Lisa

Subject/Focus Area:
Behavioral and Social Sciences; Education; Health and Medicine


The Science of Changing Behavioral Health Social Norms
April 15, 2015 - April 15, 2015
Keck Center
500 5th Street, NW
Washington D.C. 20001



If you would like to attend the sessions of this meeting that are open
to the public or need more information please contact:


Contact Name: Renee L. Wilson Gaines
Email: rwilson@nas.edu
Phone: 202-334-2145
Fax: 202-334-2210


Agenda:


DRAFT

COMMITTEE ON THE SCIENCE OF CHANGING
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SOCIAL NORMS

Workshop: Opportunities and Strategies to Promote Behavior Change in Behavioral Health
April 15, 2015

The National Academies’ Keck Center ? Room 100
500 5th Street NW ? Washington, DC 20001

FULL AGENDA

DAY ONE - Wednesday, April 15, 2015

8:00 AM Workshop Check-in

8:30 Welcome From the National Research Council
Barbara Wanchisen, Director, Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences

8:45 Workshop Overview And Goals
David Wegman, Committee Chair
Lisa Vandemark, Study Director

9:00 Keynote Address
Alan I. Leshner, CEO Emeritus, American Association for the Advancement of Science

9:30 PANEL I ? Domestic Perspectives

Panel Synopsis: Panelists will present on successes and challenges of U.S. national, state and local campaign efforts aimed at changing behavioral health social norms.

Moderator: Judith Warner
Discussant: Patrick Corrigan, Committee Member

Panelists:
• Structural Stigma and the Health of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual populations: Implications for changing social norms: Mark Hatzenbuehler, Columbia University.
• Peer Counselor: Wounded Healer Please Apply: Peggy Swarbrick, Rutgers University
• Culture and How It Shapes and Protects against Mental Illness stigma: Empirical illustrations from Chinese groups: Lawrence H. Yang, Columbia University
• The Role of Clinical Practitioners in Community and Institutional Promotion of Mental Health and Addiction Treatment: Toward Structural Competency: Helena Hansen, New York University
10:45 BREAK

11:00 PANEL II ? Implementing Change in the U.S. Context: Critical Evaluations

Panel Synopsis: How can SAMHSA implement change based on evidence from previous campaigns?

Moderator: Judith Warner
Discussant: Beth Angell, Committee Member

Panelists:
• CAMHSA/ Patrick Corrigan, Committee Member
• Results from A School-Based Intervention to Changes Norms About Mental Illnesses/Bruce Link, Columbia University


12:00 LUNCH

1:00 Presentation: A Cultural Cognitive Approach to Communicating about Child Mental Health

Presenter: Nathaniel Kendall-Taylor, The Frameworks Institute

Moderator: Vicky Rideout, Committee Member

2:00 PANEL III ? Implementing Change in the U.S. Context: Strategies for Reaching Audiences

Panel Synopsis: Reflections on panel presentations in the context of the lived experiences of consumers, advocates, family-members, and practitioners.

Moderator: Rebecca Palpant Shimkets, Committee Member

Panelists:
• Clarence Jordan, Committee Member
• Ruth Shim, Committee Member
• Susan Rogers, National Mental Health Consumers’ Self-help Clearinghouse
• Joe Powell, Association of Persons Affected by Addiction


3:15 BREAK

3:30 PANEL IV ? Perspectives from Outside the United States

Panel Synopsis: Panelists will present on successes and challenges of campaign efforts aimed at changing behavioral health social norms outside of the United States.

Moderator: Beth Angell, Committee Member
Discussant: Patrick Corrigan, Committee Member

Panelists:
• Evaluation of England's National Time to Change Anti-stigma Campaign: Results from phase one: Sara Evans Lacko/King’s College, London
• The Opening Minds Initiative of the Mental Health Commission of Canada: Robert Edwards Whitley/McGill University
• Changing Behavioral Health Social Norms: Interventions and Outcomes from Australia: Anthony Jorm/University of Melbourne

4:45 CONCLUDING COMMENTS
• David Wegman, Committee Chair

5:00 ADJOURN