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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine
Forum on Promoting Children's Cognitive Affective and Behavioral Health
Forum on Promoting Children's Cognitive Affective and Behavioral Health
Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education
 
Strategies for Scaling Tested and Effective Family-Focused Preventive Interventions to Promote Children's Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Health: A Workshop

April 1-2, 2014

THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES
2101 CONSTITUTION AVENUE, NW
WASHINGTON, DC

Day 1: Welcome Panel 3 Joe McCannon
Workshop Overview Panel 4  Panel 6
Day 1 Keynote Day 2: Welcome and Recap Day 2 Closing
Panel 1 Day 2 Keynote  
Panel 2 Panel 5 


Welcome and Presentation of Forum Mission 
William Beardslee, Gardner/Monks Professor of Child Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Forum Co-Chair

C. Hendricks Brown, Professor, Departments of Psychiatry, Behavioral Sciences, and Preventive Medicine, Northwestern University, Forum Co-Chair






           
 

Workshop Overview
J. David Hawkins, Social Work Endowed Professor of Prevention, University of Washington School of Social Work, Planning Committee Chair





           
 

Keynote Address: The House That Evidence-Based Practice Built: Moving From Program Development to Real World Outcomes
Lauren Supplee, Director, Division of Family Strengthening, Administration on Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Planning Committee





           
 
 
 
Panel I: Developer Perspectives of Successes and Challenges in Scaling Family Focused Preventive Interventions This panel will discuss family-focused interventions that have demonstrated effectiveness in practice and that have been brought to scale. Panelists will offer the developer’s perspective of efficacious programs across different sectors (e.g., homes, child welfare settings) and reflect on what has made their application to scale successful, as well as what challenges they faced. Speakers will target programs within specific time periods in development that span prenatal development to early adulthood.
Moderator: J. David Hawkins, Social Work Endowed Professor of Prevention, University of Washington School of Social Work, Planning Committee Chair

Panel I Introduction
 
David L. Olds
University of Colorado at Devner
Carolyn Webster-Stratton
University of Washington
Ron Prinz
University of South Carolina
Patricia Chamberlain
Oregon Social Learning Center
Panel I Discussion
Panel II: State and Federal Perspectives of Successes and Challenges in Scaling Family-Focused Preventive Interventions
This panel will continue the discussion of the themes explored in Panel I, but will broaden the perspective to include those who enable the programs to reach end-users. Panelists will provide both the state and federal viewpoint.
Moderator: Pat Shea, Deputy Director, Office of Technical Assistance, National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors, Planning Committee


Panel II Introduction
Lisa Hill
Invest in Kids 
Brian Bumbarger
Penn State University
Kimberly Hoagwood
New York University 
Clarese Holden
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Panel II Discussion 

 
   
Panel III: Extending and Disseminating Family-Focused Preventive Interventions
This panel will illustrate emerging settings where family-focused preventive interventions are being provided, including primary care settings and schools, and will discuss opportunities and challenges going forward. Programs that will be described target infancy through childhood and early adolescence.
Moderator: Mary Ann McCabe, Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, George Washington University School of Medicine, Planning Committee

Panel III Introduction Margot Kaplan-Sanoff
Boston university School of Medicine
Ellen C. Perrin
Tufts Medical School
Guillermo "WIlly" Prado
University of Miami
Thomas J. Dishion
Arizona State University
Panel III Discussion
Panel IV: Financing and Infrastructure
This panel will discuss themes related to financing and infrastructure to support scaling of family-focused preventive interventions. Topics of discussion will include the results of benefit cost analyses in Washington state, financing of behavioral health interventions through Medicaid, the current Administration’s interest in supporting scaling of evidence-based initiatives through the tiered evidence structure and pay for success, and how the ACA will impact primary care to support implementation of family-focused interventions.
Moderator: Ruth Perou, Child Development Studies Team Leader, National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Planning Committee

Panel IV Introduction

 
Stephanie Lee
Washington State Institute for Public Policy 
Kathryn B. Stack
U.S. Office of Management and Budget 
MaryBeth Musumeci
Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured 
Panel IV Discussion      

Day 2 Welcome and Recap of Day 1
J. David Hawkins, Social Work Endowed Professor of Prevention, University of Washington School of Social Work, Planning Committee Chair
 





           
 

Keynote Address: Engaging Families of Children with Developmental Disabilities in Early Detection, Early Intervention, and Prevention
Amy Wetherby, Distinguished Research Professor & L.L. Schendel Professor of Communication Disorders, Department of Clinical Sciences, Director, Autism Institute, Florida State University College of Medicine





           
 
Panel V: Changing Contexts and Alternative Models
This session will explore alternative models in family-focused interventions across systems, including international models and describe possibilities to integrate new and generalized knowledge into local settings.
Moderator: William Beardslee, Gardner/Monks Professor of Child Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Planning Committee

Panel V Introduction Richard Spoth
Iowa State University 
Terje G. Ogden
University of Oslo
Mary Jane Rotheram-Borus
University of California, Los Angeles
Panel V Discussion      
Keys to Effective Spread and Scale-up: Lessons Learned from Other Fields and Sectors
Joe McCannon, Consultant to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Former Senior Advisor to the Administrator and Group Director of Learning and Diffusion, Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services

Introduction
Presentation
Discussion
 
Panel VI: Synthesis and Way Forward
This panel will discuss and synthesize the common themes and principles from the workshop. Members of the workshop planning committee will serve as discussants.

   
       

Closing Remarks
J. David Hawkins, PhD, Social Work Endowed Professor of Prevention, University of Washington School of Social Work, Planning Committee Chair





           
 

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