Appendix A

Workshop Agenda

mPreventViolence: Communications and Technology for Violence
Prevention
A Workshop
December 8–9, 2011




AGENDA

Workshop Objectives:

   To transform the field of violence prevention by accelerating the integration of information and communications technologies (ICTs) into research and prevention activities;

   To explore and anticipate the application of innovative ICTs to violence prevention;

   To highlight:

image the use of traditional and new media to communicate evidence-based information for violence prevention;

image new applications of social media and new communications technologies to prevent violence; and

image the negative impact and unintended consequences of traditional and new media along with ways to mitigate these impacts.



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Appendix A Workshop Agenda mPreventViolence: Communications and Technology for Violence Prevention A Workshop December 8–9, 2011 AGENDA Workshop Objectives: • o transform the field of violence prevention by accelerating the T integration of information and communications technologies (ICTs) into research and prevention activities; • o explore and anticipate the application of innovative ICTs to T violence prevention; • o highlight: T Ø use of traditional and new media to communicate the evidence-based information for violence prevention; Ø ew applications of social media and new communications n technologies to prevent violence; and Ø negative impact and unintended consequences of tradi- the tional and new media along with ways to mitigate these impacts. 129

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130 COMMUNICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY FOR VIOLENCE PREVENTION DAY 1: ThursDAY, December 8 session i. Setting the Stage 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM 8:30 AM – Kickoff Deepali patel, Institute of Medicine Jim mercy, Division of Violence Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lisa Witter, Fenton 9:00 AM – Keynote erik Hersman, Ushahidi and iHub 9:30 AM – The State of Violence Prevention: Progress and Challenges mark rosenberg, The Task Force on Global Health 10:00 AM – Facilitated Audience Discussion 10:30 AM – breAk 10:50 AM – The Field of Information and Communications Technologies and What It Promises for the Future JoDy ranck, Public Health Institute 11:10 AM – Response Panel katHleen mcgoWan, U.S. Agency for International Development micHele moloney-kitts, Together for Girls 11:40 AM – Facilitated Audience Discussion Lunch in The cAnADA room 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM session ii. Preventing Violence Using Information and Communications Technologies The purpose of this session is to illustrate the myriad ways that ICTs can be used to prevent violence. A series of short, animated presentations will illuminate some of the most interesting current approaches. 1:00 PM – Session Overview kristin scHubert, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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131 APPENDIX A 1:10 PM – Promising ICT Approaches cHarlotte cole, Sesame Workshop ben saWyer, Games for Health eesHa panDit, Breakthrough JuDitH carta, University of Kansas asHley Womble, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 2:00 PM – Facilitated Audience Discussion session iii. The Problem of Violence in the Media and Potential Remedies The purpose of this session is to acknowledge and discuss the role of traditional and new media in causing violence as well as potential avenues for preventing these unintended consequences. The session will outline the evidence base supporting such effects for both traditional and new media, review current approaches to mitigating the impact of such mediated violence on children and adolescents, and address the role of public policies governing media content and how it is shared. 2:30 PM – The Contribution of Traditional and New Media to Violence and Potential Remedies VisH VisWanatH, Department of Society, Human Development and Health, Harvard School of Public Health 2:50 PM – The Use of Public Policy in Addressing Media Violence Dale kunkel, University of Arizona 3:10 PM – Audience Discussion and Interactive Dialogue 3:40 PM – breAk session iV. Social Technology and Large-Scale Change 4:00 PM – 5:15 PM The use of social media and ICTs to effect macro-level change has gained significant attention in the past year, particularly in the Middle East and North Africa. How have these tools changed the ways people mobilize? How can they be leveraged for positive and sustainable change? 4:00 PM – Revolutions Gone Viral: How Social Media Transform Small Events into Large Change JoHn pollock, Technology Review

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132 COMMUNICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY FOR VIOLENCE PREVENTION 4:20 PM – Sustaining Peace Post-Conflict mick Fealty, Slugger Consults 4:35 PM – Facilitated Audience Discussion 5:15 PM – End of Day 1 DAY 2: FriDAY, December 9 8:30 AM – Opening Remarks and Summary of Day 1 Jim mercy, Division of Violence Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 9:00 AM – Evaluations of mHealth William riley, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health 9:25 AM – Facilitated Audience Discussion session V. Information and Communications Technology for Violence Prevention 9:45 AM – 12:00 PM The goal of this session is to connect ICT and violence prevention experts to brainstorm, innovate, and scale new or existing ideas, tools, and tactics to prevent violence. 9:45 AM – Introduction Fran Henry, F. Felix Foundation 10:00 AM – Breakouts: ICT Views of Violence Prevention • Child maltreatment prevention Harriet macmillan, McMaster University DaHna golDstein, Philantech, LLC • Suicide prevention Dan reiDenberg, Suicide Awareness Voices of Education JoHn gorDon, Fenton • Youth violence prevention kim scott, Child Resiliency Programme, Hope Counseling and Wellness Center scott gooDstein, Revolution Messaging

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133 APPENDIX A • Dating violence prevention anDra tHarp, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention constance DecHerney, iCrossing Jason rzepka, mtV • Elder abuse prevention XinQi Dong, Rush University Medical Center eric broWn, ImpactGames Donna leVin, Care.com 11:00 AM – Presentations on Pre-Workshop Ideas and Breakout Sessions 11:45 AM – Full Audience Interaction breAk For Lunch 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM session Vi. Use of Information and Communications Technologies in Dissemination and Implementation of Violence Prevention Concepts and Knowledge 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM The purpose of this session is to describe the challenges inherent in dissemina- tion and implementation, to illustrate how ICTs can be used to address these challenges, and to discuss the implications for the field of violence prevention. 1:00 PM – Creating Public Value Through Cross-Boundary Collaboration: The Utility of ICT DeVon Halley, Deloitte Research GovLab (XBC) 1:20 PM – Scaling Up: Lessons Learned from Public Health and Applications to Violence Prevention Joe mccannon, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services 1:40 PM – Facilitated Audience Discussion 2:00 PM – Closing Observations and Insights mike Feigelson, Bernard Van Leer Foundation JoHn gorDon, Fenton brigiD mccaW, Kaiser Permanente Jim mercy, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 3:00 PM – Workshop Adjourns