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Appendix A: Workshop Agenda
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... Appendix A Workshop Agenda WORKSHOP ON IMPROVING COLLECTION OF INDICATORS OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM INVOLVEMENT IN POPULATION HEALTH DATA PROGRAMS March 29–30, 2016 Keck Center of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine 500 Fifth Street, NW, Washington, DC Tuesday, March 29, 2016 Open Session, 9:00am–5:00pm Room 101 Setting the Stage 9:00am Call to Order Breakfast available in the meeting room Welcome and Introduction Brian Harris-Kojetin, CNSTAT Deputy Director J. Nadine Gracia, OMH Director and Deputy Assistant Secretary for Minority Health Purpose of the Workshop Wendy Manning, Committee Chair 75
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...  First Attempt: BGSU Measuring Incarceration in Household A Surveys Study Wendy Manning, Bowling Green State University Lessons learned from the 2012 ASPE-sponsored study, as well as a look at the resulting product, the Survey of Criminal Justice Experience. 12:30pm Lunch
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... -- A Facilitated What Session Facilitator­ -- Ross Matsueda, University of Washington Participants­ -- Evelyn Patterson, Vanderbilt University; Daniel Nagin, Carnegie Mellon University; Ingrid Binswanger, University of Colorado Medical School Participants will consider the causal components of criminal justice involvement on health; identify the critical unanswered research questions and the data needed to explore those answers (including effective sample sizes) ; and discuss whether various proposals for data collection would be sufficient for the most critical end uses.
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... Experience in collecting information about criminal justice involvement in various scenarios may be helpful in the successful development of linkages to health characteristics. The panel's discussion will center on the following: linking criminal justice involvement to social surveys (such as NLSY, PSID, Fragile Families, Add Health)
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... , including potential impact on response rates. 2:00pm Coffee Break 2:15pm Wrap-Up Discussion Wendy Manning, Bowling Green State University; John Laub, University of Maryland; Emily Wang, Yale University Committee members' summaries and impressions of the workshop.

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