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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