Community Engagement and Partnership:
New Directions in Mental Health Services Research


Welcome


Agenda--Charting the Course

Center Descriptions

Where & When

Project Abstracts

Brief Bios of Participants

Partners & Partnerships

Contact List

Agenda

AGENDA

Day 1--Tuesday, July 25th

8:00-8:30

Breakfast served; Registration

8:30-9:20

Introduction and overview of the conference

8:30-9:00

Welcome and introductions--Bonnie Green

9:00-9:10

Why partnered research is so important--Loretta Jones

9:10-9:20

Goals and successful outcomes of the meeting--Margarita Alegria

9:20-12:10

Gathering to share experiences and perspectives--co-facilitated by Paul Koegel and Mike Nickel

12:10-12:30

Reactions, questions--Paul Koegel and Mike Nickel

12:30-1:30

Working lunch

12:30 - 1:00

Talk by Nina Wallerstein

1:00 - 1:15

Comments by Richard Nakamura

1:15 - 1:30

Comments by Nicole Lurie

1:30-1:45

Opportunities and challenges ~ an introduction to the breakout group sessions--Wendy Auslander

1:45-3:00

Breakout groups (Please see breakout group handout for guidelines)

3:00-3:10

Break

3:10-4:30

Report back from the breakout groups--Enola Proctor

4:30-5:15

Wrap-up/Commentary-- Nina Wallerstein/Ken Wells

5:15-6:15

Social hour-wine and cheese

6:00-6:30

Executive Committee

AGENDA

Day 2--Wednesday, July 26th

8:00-8:30

Breakfast served; Registration

8:30-9:30

Kick off comments: End goals from an agency prospective-funders and agencies--facilitated by David Chambers

9:30-12:15

Strategies and next steps for sustainability in partnered research

9:30-

10:00 Making it Real--facilitated by Georgetown

How do we achieve a wide consortium of partners and stakeholders (investigators, community leaders, community members, funders, policymakers) who understand and support this work?

10:00-

10:30 Doing it Right--facilitated by Cambridge Health Alliance

How do we develop the pilots that will lead to broader initiatives? What are some design and other strategies to get meaningful data on impact? How do we develop a research strategy and partnership values?

10:30-

11:00 Building a Field--facilitated by Washington University

How do we support and train investigators? What grant review issues will we face? What are some strategies for enlarging the field? Possibilities for
conferences on partnership strategies, methods, successes and failures in research and impact: pointing to a future 5-year conference grant

11:00-

12:15 Recommendations and Next Steps: Considering a Product--facilitated by UCLA

12:15-12:30

Closing ritual: Celebrating the accomplishment of this meeting --Loretta Jones

12:30-1:30

Lunch served

This is a free conference; there is no registration fee.
The conference is sponsored by RAND Health and 4 NIMH Services Research Centers.