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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine
Board On Behavioral Cognitive and Sensory Sciences
Board On Behavioral Cognitive and Sensory Sciences
Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education
 Workshop on Opportunities and Strategies to Promote Behavior Change in Behavioral Health
Video Archive and Presentations
 
 Agenda       
       
 
Welcome by Barbara Wanchisen, Director, Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences

 
       
 
Workshop Over and Goals:
David Wegman, Committee Chair, and
Lisa Vandemark, Study Director
 
Keynote Address:
Alan Leshner, CEO Emeritus,
AAAS
 
Keynote Q&A:
Alan Leshner
 
       
 
Panel 1 - Domestic Perspectives:
Moderator: Judith Warner
 
Structural Stigma and LCB Populations:
Mark Hatzenbuehler, Columbia University
 
Peer Counselor: Wounded Healer Please Apply: Peggy Swarbrick, Rutgers University
Presentation
 
       
 
Culture and How It Shapes and Protects Against
Mental Illness Stigma:
Lawrence Yang, Columbia University
 
The Role of Clinical Practitioners:
Helena Hansen, New York University
 
Panel 1 - Domestic Perspectives:
Discussant: Patrick Corrigan
Presentation
 
       
 
Panel 1 - Domestic Perspectives:
Panel Q&A
 
Panel 2 - Implementing Change in the U.S.:
Critical Evaluations:
Moderator: Judith Warner
 
CAMHSA:
Patrick Corrigan
 
       
 
Results from a School-Based Intervention:
Bruce Link, Columbia University
 
Panel 2 - Implementing Change in the
U.S.: Critical Evaluations
 Discussant: Beth Angell
 
Panel 2 - Implementing Change in the U.S.:
Critical Evaluations:
Panel Q&A
 
       
 
Cultural Cognitive Approach to Communicating
About Child Mental Health:
Nathaniel Kendall-Taylor,
The Frameworks Institute
 
Panel 3 - Implementing Change in the U.S.:
Strategies:
Moderator: Lisa Vandemark
 
Panel 3 - Implementing Change in the U.S.:
Strategies: Reflections from the Committee
Clarence Jordan
 
       
 
Panel 3 - Implementing Change in the U.S.:
Strategies: Reflections from the Committee
Ruth Shim
 
Panel 3 - Implementing Change in the U.S.:
Strategies: Reflections from the Committee
Susan Rogers
 
Panel 3 - Implementing Change in the U.S.:
Strategies: Reflections from the Committee
Joe Powell
 
       
 
Panel 3 - Implementing Change in the U.S.:
Strategies: Panel Q&A
 
Panel 4: Perspectives from Outside the U.S.:
Moderator: Lisa Vandemark
 
Evaluation of England's National Time to Change
Anti-stigma Campaign: Sara Evans Lacko, King's College, London
 
       
 
The Opening Minds Initiative of the Mental Health Commission of Canada:
Robert Edwards Whitley, McGill University
Presentation
 
Interventions and Outcomes from Australia:
Anthony Jorm, University of Melbourne
 
Panel 4: Perspectives from Outside the U.S.:
Discussant: Patrick Corrigan
 
       
 
Panel 4: Perspectives from Outside the U.S.:
Panel Q&A
 
Concluding Comments by
Committee Chair
David Wegman
   
       


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