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Workshop Agendas

WORKSHOP ON RISK FACTORS FOR SUICIDE

The Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center of the National Academy of Sciences, Irvine, CA March 14th, 2001

8:30–8:45

Remarks and introduction by chairs: W. Bunney and A. Kleinman

 

Topic 1: Epidemiology & Measurement

8:45–9:15

Eve Moscicki

“Epidemiology of suicide”

9:15–9:45

David Goldston & Gregory Brown

“Issues in measurement”

9:45–10:30

Discussion

 

Topic 2: Socio-Cultural Factors

10:45–11:15

Ron Maris

“Social and cultural factors in suicide risk”

11:15–11:45

Discussion



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Reducing Suicide: A National Imperative C Workshop Agendas WORKSHOP ON RISK FACTORS FOR SUICIDE The Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center of the National Academy of Sciences, Irvine, CA March 14th, 2001 8:30–8:45 Remarks and introduction by chairs: W. Bunney and A. Kleinman   Topic 1: Epidemiology & Measurement 8:45–9:15 Eve Moscicki “Epidemiology of suicide” 9:15–9:45 David Goldston & Gregory Brown “Issues in measurement” 9:45–10:30 Discussion   Topic 2: Socio-Cultural Factors 10:45–11:15 Ron Maris “Social and cultural factors in suicide risk” 11:15–11:45 Discussion

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Reducing Suicide: A National Imperative   Topic 3: Biologic Factors 11:45–12:15 Ghanshyam Pandey “Neurobiology of teenage and adult suicide: Possible biological markers for identification of suicidal patients” 12:15–12:45 William Byerley “Strategies to identify genes for complex diseases” 12:45–1:15 Discussion   Topic 4: Developmental Factors & Trauma 2:00–2:30 Martin Teicher “Neurobiological consequences of childhood abuse and neglect” 2:30–3:00 Robert Post “Association of early physical or sexual abuse with suicide attempts in bipolar illness” 3:00–3:30 Discussion   Topic 5: Psychologic Factors 3:45–4:15 Ed Shneidman “Psychologic factors in suicide” 4:15–4:45 Discussion 4:45–5:15 Closing Comments 5:15 Adjourn WORKSHOP ON SUICIDE PREVENTION Green Building of the National Academy of Sciences, Room 104 2001 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. May 14th, 2001 8:30-8:45 Remarks and introduction by the chair: William Bunney 8:45-9:15 C. Hendricks Brown “Design choices and analytical strategies for population-based prevention programs: Implications for suicide prevention” 9:15-9:45 Discussion

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Reducing Suicide: A National Imperative 9:45-10:15 John Kalafat “A systems approach to youth suicide prevention” 10:15-10:45 Discussion 10:45-11:15 Madelyn Gould “Suicide contagion” 11:15-11:45 Discussion 12:45-1:15 Aaron T. Beck “Cognitive approaches to suicide” 1:15-1:45 Discussion 1:45-2:15 Kate Comtois “Research and usual care prevention efforts across psychiatric diagnoses” 2:15-2:45 Discussion 3:00-3:30 Herbert C. Schulberg “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 “Firearm availability and suicide” 4:30-5:00 Discussion 5:00-5:30 Closing Comments 5:30 Adjourn