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Outreach Partnership Program 2008 Annual Meeting

March 31-April 2, 2008
Portland, Maine

Science Update

  • Making a Difference: Progress in NIMH Research

Program Updates

  • Promoting Science and Synergy: The Partnership at Work

Co-Occurring Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Medical Conditions: Integration of Care

  • The Fundamental Nature of Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Conditions
  • Evidence-Based Practices in Dual Diagnosis Treatment
  • Co-Occurring Mental Health and Medical Conditions: Integration of Care
  • Community-Research Collaborations: Why are They Important and How Can You Get Engaged?

Community-Research Collaborations

  • Why are They Important and How Can You Get Engaged
  • Community Engagement: What Role Does it Play in Research?
  • The Research Need for Community Collaboration
  • Building Relationships and Enhancing Your Community-Research Collaborations: Community, Researcher, Federal, and Partner Perspectives

Working with Area Health Education Centers: Broadening Your Connections to Healthcare Professionals

Stigma and Violence

  • Mental Illness and Violence: What is the Risk, What are the Factors?
  • Dangerousness and Stigma
  • One Partner's Experience

Making the Most of Mental Health Resources

  • Resources You Can Use: NIMH and Beyond
  • Toolkits: Customizing State and National Resources to Fit Your Community
  • Documenting Our Presence: Multicultural Experiences of Mental Illness

Science and the Media: How to Get the Word Out

  • Translating Science for the Media: How NIMH Can Help
  • Working with New Media: Strategies and Tools for Getting the Word Out to Your Community