PITA X: Forum Schedule

Monday, June 12, 2017
(McKinnon Hall, Elon University)

8:00a 9:00a  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Registration & Refreshments
(McKinnon Hall)
9:00a 10:15a

Opening Session
(McKinnon Hall)

10:15a 10:30a

Break

10:30a 12:00p CHILL: Engaging, Developing and Partnering with Youth as Change Agents
Bonnie Favero
(Room 1)
Community Solutions to the Prescription Drug Epidemic
Keri-Lyn Coleman
(Room 2)
Introduction to Creative Expressive Art in MH/SA Treatment & Prevention
Sam Lewis
(Room 3)
12:00p 1:30p

Networking Lunch
(McKinnon Hall)

1:30p 1:45p

Break

1:45p 3:15p A New Way of Thinking About Grant Writing
Dr. Paul N. McKenzie
(Room 1)
For Coalitions by Coalitions: Volunteers to leaders, money matters, how to get started on anything & more!
Erin Day & Jane McDonald
(Room 2)
Strengthening Established Coalitions – Growing Stronger Through Sharing
Lindsay Stockman, Diane Edwards & Terri Moy
(Room 3)
3:15p 3:30p

Afternoon Break & Refreshments

3:30p 5:00p Innovative Approaches to Substance Use Prevention
Tracy Scull & Allison Parker
(Room 1) 
Engaging the Latino population in prevention: why is it important and how do you do it?
Jessica Montana
(Room 2)
Choosing & Sharping the Future of NC Coalitions – Who We Are, What We need, Where We Go
Kelli Keck
(Room 3)
5:00p 7:00p

Networking Party
(Outside Conference Room)

 

 

Tuesday, June 13, 2017
(McKinnon Hall, Elon University)

9:00a 9:30a       Morning Refreshments
(McKinnon Hall)
9:30a 11:30a Engaging Presentation Design: Science Tested, Audience Approved
Geo Sarra
(Room 1)
Welcome to the America’s Worst Drug Epidemic
Robert Stutman
(Room 2)
At the Intersection of Sexual Violence and Substance Abuse Prevention
Becca Bishopric Patterson & Callie Kelly
(Room 3)
11:30a 1:00p

Lunch & Keynote Speaker
Sacrifice Betrayed: The Drugging of the American Hero
Judge Jodi Debbrecht Switalski

1:00p 1:15p

Break

1:15p 2:45p Prevention Ethics
Nicole Augustine
(Room 1)
2:45p 3:00p

Afternoon Break & Refreshments

3:00p 4:30p Prevention Ethics
Nicole Augustine
(Room 1)

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