mPreventViolence:

Communication and Technology for Violence Prevention - Workshop

December 8, 2011 - December 9, 2011 (8:00 AM Eastern)




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SESSION I. Setting the Stage

   

DEEPALI PATEL, Institute of Medicine

JIM MERCY, Division of Violence Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

LISA WITTER, Fenton

 

ERIK HERSMAN, Ushahidi and iHub

MARK ROSENBERG, The Task Force on Global Health

ERIK HERSMAN, Ushahidi and iHub

MARK ROSENBERG, The Task Force on Global Health

and What it Promises for the Future

JODY RANCK, Public Health Institute

KATHLEEN MCGOWAN, United States Agency for International Development

MICHELE MOLONEY-KITTS, Together for Girls

JODY RANCK, Public Health Institute

KATHLEEN MCGOWAN, United States Agency for International Development

MICHELE MOLONEY-KITTS, Together for Girls

SESSION II. Preventing Violence Using Information Communications Technologies

   

KRISTIN SCHUBERT, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

 

CHARLOTTE COLE, Sesame Workshop

BEN SAWYER, Games for Health

EESHA PANDIT, Breakthrough

JUDITH CARTA, University of Kansas

ASHLEY WOMBLE, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

KRISTIN SCHUBERT,
CHARLOTTE COLE,
BEN SAWYER,
EESHA PANDIT,
JUDIT CARTA,
ASHLEY WOMBLE

SESSION III. The Problem of Violence in the Media and Potential Remedies

and New Media to Violence and Potential Remedies

VISH VISWANATH, Department of Society, Human Development and Health
Harvard School of Public Health

DALE KUNKEL, University of Arizona

Facilated Audience Discussion

SESSION IV. Social Technology and Large-Scale Change

How Social Media Transform Small Events into Large Change

JOHN POLLOCK, Technology Review

MICK FEALTY, Slugger Consults

Facilitated Audience Discussion

DAY 2:

JIM MERCY, Division of Violence Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

WILLIAM RILEY, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health

Facilitated Audience Discussion

SESSION V. Communications and Technology for Violence Prevention

FRAN HENRY, F. Felix Foundation

Presentations on Pre-Workshop Ideas and Breakout Sessions

Facilitated Audience Discussion

SESSION VI. Use of Information Communications Technologies in Dissemination and Implementation of Violence Prevention Concepts and Knowledge

The Utility of ICT

DEVON HALLEY, Deloitte Research GovLab (XBC)

Lesson Learned from Public Health and Applications to Violence Prevention

JOE MCCANNON, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

DEVON HALLEY,
JOE MCCANNON

   
 

MIKE FEIGELSON, Bernard Van Leer Foundation

JOHN GORDON, Fenton

BRIGID MCCAW, Kaiser Permanente

JIM MERCY, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

 

mPreventViolence: Communication and Technology for Violence Prevention - A Workshop

When:
December 8, 2011 - December 9, 2011 (8:00 AM Eastern)
Where:
The Canadian Embassy (Auditorium) • 501 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20001 Map

View the Agenda Here

Activity:
Forum on Global Violence Prevention
Boards:
Board on Global Health, Board on Children, Youth, and Families
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