Appendix B

Public Workshop Agenda

SELECTED PERSPECTIVES ON THE MENTAL HEALTH
AND SUBSTANCE USE WORKFORCE FOR THE
GERIATRIC POPULATION: FILLING IN THE GAPS

JUNE 1, 2011

Keck Center
500 Fifth Street, NW
Room 100
Washington, DC

9:00

Welcome and Introductory Remarks Dan Blazer, Chair, Institute of Medicine Committee

9:05

PANEL #1—CONSUMERS, FAMILIES, AND CAREGIVERS

Objective: To learn about successful models for consumer, family, and caregiver participation in mental health and substance use care and the related implications for workforce training.

Moderator: Octavio Martinez, MD, MPH, MBA, Executive Director, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health



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Appendix B Public Workshop Agenda SELECTED PERSPECTIVES ON THE MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE WORKFORCE FOR THE GERIATRIC POPULATION: FILLING IN THE GAPS JUNE 1, 2011 Keck Center 500 Fifth Street, NW Room 100 Washington, DC 9:00 Welcome and Introductory Remarks Dan Blazer, Chair, Institute of Medicine Committee 9:05 PANEL #1—CONSUMERS, FAMILIES, AND CAREGIVERS Objective: To learn about successful models for consumer, family, and caregiver participation in mental health and substance use care and the related implications for workforce training. Moderator: Octavio Martinez, MD, MPH, MBA, Executive Director, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health 309

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310 MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE WORKFORCE FOR OLDER ADULTS Panelists: • ary Ellen Copeland, Wellness Recovery Action Planning M (WRAP) • arian Scheinholtz, Public Health Advisor, Community Support M Programs Branch, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration • ernadette Seifert, Coordinator of Older Adult Services, National B Alliance on Mental Illness, New Hampshire • oe Armstrong, Founder, Vet-to-Vet M Q & A/Open Discussion 10:25 PANEL #2—CROSS-COMPETENCIES IN AGING, MENTAL HEALTH, AND SUBSTANCE USE IN SELECTED SETTINGS Objective: To learn about selected approaches to ensuring cross- competencies among professionals and nonprofessionals who work with older adults with mental health and substance use conditions in a variety of settings. Moderator: Michael Hoge, Professor of Psychiatry (in Psychology), Yale University School of Medicine and Director of Yale Behavioral Health Panelists: • atrick J. Raue, Associate Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry, P Weill Cornell Medical College—Home Care Nurses • athy Kuhn, Director of Workforce Development, Institute for K Geriatric Social Work, Boston University—Social Workers, Case Managers, and Outreach Workers • arol Colleran, Retired Director of Public Policy and National C Affairs, Hanley Center—Addiction Counselors Q & A/Open Discussion 11:45 LUNCH 12:30 PANEL #3—WORKFORCE IMPLICATIONS OF SELECTED MODELS OF CARE Objective: To learn about the workforce implications of various evidence-based models of mental health and substance use care for older people.

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311 APPENDIX B Moderator: Mark Snowden, Associate Professor, University of Washington School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Panelists: • ichael Schoenbaum, Senior Advisor for Mental Health M Services, Epidemiology, and Economics, Office of the Director, National Institute of Mental Health—Providing Depression Care in a Primary Care Setting—IMPACT • ulie Jensen, Program Manager, Older Adult Services, HEROS J Program, Good Samaritan Behavioral Health, Puyallup, WA— Gatekeeper Model • tephen Ferrante, Director, Aging Academy, Florida Atlantic S University—Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Model for Older Adults with Substance Use Problems • nid Hunkeler, Senior Scientist and Codirector, Inter-Divisional E Depression Initiative, Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research Q & A/Open Discussion 2:00 PANEL #4—POLICY OPPORTUNITIES FOR GROWING AND IMPROVING THE GERIATRIC MENTAL HEALTH WORKFORCE Objectives: (1) To learn about current policy directions that may affect the geriatric mental health and substance use care workforce, and (2) to hear the recommendations of key thought leaders on how to grow and strengthen the geriatric mental health and substance use care workforce. Moderator: Steve Bartels, Professor of Psychiatry and Community & Family Medicine, Dartmouth Medical School and Director, Dartmouth-New England Geriatric Education Center Panelists: • im Engelhardt, Director, Demonstration Program, CMS Federal T Coordinated Health Care Office (Duals Office) • an Timmel, Medicaid Long Term Care Policy Analyst, CMS D Disabled and Elderly Health Programs Group

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312 MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE WORKFORCE FOR OLDER ADULTS • obyn Golden, Director of Older Adult Programs, Rush R University Medical Center • arold Pincus, Codirector, Irving Institute of Clinical and H Translational Research, and Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University • urgen Unützer, Professor, University of Washington Department J of Psychiatry Q & A/Open Discussion 3:30 ADJOURN