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Assessing the Social and Behavioral Science Base for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Intervention: Workshop Summary APPENDIX A Workshop Agenda WORKSHOP ON THE SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE BASE FOR HIV/AIDS PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION Cecil and Ida Green Building (Room 104) 2001 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Washington, DC June 12–13, 1995 MONDAY, JUNE 12 8:30 a.m. BREAKFAST 9:00 WELCOME AND OVERVIEW OF WORKSHOP Kenneth Shine, M.D. Karen Hein, M.D. Arthur Kleinman, M.D. Patricia Mrazek, Ph.D. 9:15 INTRODUCTION—KEY SOCIAL SCIENCE PERSPECTIVES ON THE HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC Steve Rabin, J.D. 9:30 DISCUSSION
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Assessing the Social and Behavioral Science Base for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Intervention: Workshop Summary 9:45 SESSION I—HIV/AIDS PREVENTION: MODELS OF INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOR IN SOCIAL AND CULTURAL CONTEXTS Moderator: Susan Folkman, Ph.D. HIV/AIDS Prevention: Models of Individual Behavior in Social and Cultural Contexts Craig Ewart, Ph.D. Responses: What can be learned from other perspectives that will inform the understanding of individual behavior in context? Behavioral Decision Making: Baruch Fischhoff, Ph.D. Networks: Douglas Heckathorn, Ph.D. Ethnography: Shirley Lindenbaum, Ph.D. 10:45 DISCUSSION 11:00 BREAK 11:15 SESSION II—HIV/AIDS PREVENTION: MODELS OF SOCIAL SCIENCE BASED INTERVENTION Moderator: Shirley Lindenbaum, Ph.D. Social Science Intervention Models Samuel Friedman, Ph.D. Responses: What can be learned from other perspectives that can inform the social science intervention models? Ethnography: Margaret Connors, Ph.D. Methodology: Robinson Hollister, Ph.D. U.S. and International Case Studies: Janet St. Lawrence, Ph.D. Paul Farmer, M.D., Ph.D.
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Assessing the Social and Behavioral Science Base for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Intervention: Workshop Summary 12:15 p.m. DISCUSSION 12:45 LUNCH 1:30 SESSION III—SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL COMPONENTS OF HIV/AIDS MEDICALLY BASED PREVENTION TRIALS Moderator: Sten Vermund, M.D., Ph.D. Panelists: Margaret Chesney, Ph.D. Maria Wawer, M.D. Jeannette Ickovics, Ph.D. Kathleen MacQueen, Ph.D. Farley Cleghorn, M.D. 2:30 DISCUSSION 3:00 BREAK 3:15 SESSION IV—THE CONCEPTUAL CONSTRUCTION OF COMMUNITY: RELEVANCE TO HIV/AIDS PREVENTION Moderator: Mindy Thompson Fullilove, M.D. On the Concept of Community Edward Laumann, Ph.D. Community Disintegration and Public Health: An American Inner-City Case Study Robert E. Fullilove, Ed.D. Responses: What other perspectives can inform our understanding about communities? A Global Perspective on Socioeconomic Change Paul Farmer, M.D., Ph.D. An International Perspective: Low Income Societies Meredeth Turshen, Ph.D.
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Assessing the Social and Behavioral Science Base for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Intervention: Workshop Summary 4:30 DISCUSSION 5:00 SUMMARY AND THEMES OF THE DAY Susan Folkman, Ph.D. Shirley Lindenbaum, Ph.D. Sten Vermund, M.D., Ph.D. Mindy Thompson Fullilove, M.D. Arthur Kleinman, M.D. 5:30 GENERAL DISCUSSION 6:00 ADJOURN TUESDAY, JUNE 13 8:00 a.m. BREAKFAST 8:30 SESSION V—PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS AND THE MEDIA: EVALUATION METHODOLOGIES Moderator: Baruch Fischhoff, Ph.D. Communication Campaigns for HIV/ Prevention: Using Mass Media in the Next Decade Edward Maibach, M.P.H., Ph.D. Responses: What can be learned from other perspectives regarding public communications and the media? Images/Symbols: Paula Treichler, Ph.D. Issues Management: Steve Rabin, J.D. 9:15 DISCUSSION 9:30 SESSION VI—THE INTEGRATION AND EVALUATION OF THEORETICAL MODELS FOR HIV/AIDS PREVENTION Moderator: Susan Folkman
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Assessing the Social and Behavioral Science Base for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Intervention: Workshop Summary Roundtable participants: Craig Ewart, Ph.D. Samuel Friedman, Ph.D. Edward Laumann, Ph.D. Robert Fullilove, Ed.D. Edward Maibach, Ph.D. Douglas Heckathorn, Ph.D. 10:00 DISCUSSION 10:30 BREAK 10:45 SESSION VII—THE SOCIAL SCIENCE FORMULATION OF HIV/AIDS POLICY Moderator: Arthur Kleinman, M.D. Roundtable participants: Allen Brandt, Ph.D. Robinson Hollister, Ph.D. Alan Kraut, Ph.D. 11:15 DISCUSSION 11:45 SUMMARY AND THEMES OF THE DAY Baruch Fischhoff, Ph.D. Susan Folkman, Ph.D. Arthur Kleinman, M.D. 12:00 p.m. GENERAL DISCUSSION: NEXT STEPS 12:30 ADJOURN
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