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Suicide Prevention and Intervention: Summary of a Workshop APPENDIX A WORKSHOP AGENDA May 14th, 2001 THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES Green Building, Washington, D.C 8:30–8:45 Remarks and introduction by the chair: William Bunney 8:45–9:15 C.Hendricks Brown, Ph.D., University of South Florida “Design Choices and Analytical Strategies for Population-Based Prevention Programs: Implications for Suicide Prevention” 9:15–9:45 Discussion 9:45–10:15 John Kalafat, Ph.D., Rutgers University “A Systems Approach to Youth Suicide Prevention” 10:15–10:45 Discussion 10:45–11:15 Madelyn Gould, Ph.D., M.P.H., Columbia University “Suicide Contagion” 11:15–11:45 Discussion 12:45–1:15 Aaron T.Beck, M.D., University of Pennsylvania “Cognitive Approaches to Suicide” 1:15–1:45 Discussion 1:45–2:15 Kate Comtois, Ph.D., University of Washington School of Medicine “Research and Usual Care Prevention Efforts Across Psychiatric Diagnoses” 2:15–2:45 Discussion 3:00–3:30 Herbert C.Schulberg, Ph.D., Cornell University “Preventing Suicide in Ambulatory Medicine Patients: Does the Primary Care Physician Have a Role?” 3:30–4:00 Discussion 4:00–4:30 David Hemenway, Ph.D., Harvard University “Firearm Availability and Suicide” 4:30–5:00 Discussion 5:00–5:30 Closing Comments 5:30 Adjourn
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