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Message ID: 9315
Date: 2012-12-06

Author:Keenan, Wendy

Subject:FW: Outreach Around Forthcoming IOM/NRC Child Maltreatment Report

Apologies for the cross-posting but we wanted to make sure members of this listserv are aware of next week's meeting of the IOM/NRC Committee on Child Maltreatment, Research, Policy, and Practice for the Next Decade. To learn more about the committee's statement of task, membership, and upcoming meetings, please http://www.iom.edu/Activities/Children/ChildMaltreatment.aspx. You can also subscribe to the committee's listserv (link on the right-hand column) for future notifications. Wendy Keenan Program Associate Board on Children, Youth, and Families Institute of Medicine / National Research Council 500 Fifth Street, NW, Keck 711 Washington, DC 20001 Ph: 202-334-1759 Email: wkeenan@nas.edu www.iom.edu/bcyf ________________________________________ Outreach Around Forthcoming IOM/NRC Child Maltreatment Report Dear Colleagues, Some of you may recall that in conjunction with the previous public meeting of the IOM's Committee on Child Maltreatment Research, Policy, and Practice for the Next Decade (http://www.iom.edu/Activities/Children/ChildMaltreatment.aspx), we invited stakeholders to meet the IOM communications director for a discussion of the IOM study process and the opportunities for others to engage in the process. The committee will hold its second public session the afternoon of December 10, and our communications office will continue its dialogue with stakeholders. Please join us for a light lunch at noon to learn about how we promote IOM reports when they are released, and to discuss what unique opportunities we may have for this report. We hope you will bring your ideas for how we can be sure this report is most useful to your audiences and how to make sure it reaches them. Following this initial meeting, the committee meeting will convene at 1:00 PM. A draft agenda of the session is available online. Please register online by December 4 if you would like to attend.

Apologies for the cross-posting but we wanted to make sure members of this listserv are aware of next week's meeting of the IOM/NRC Committee on Child Maltreatment, Research, Policy, and Practice for the Next Decade. To learn more about the committee's statement of task, membership, and upcoming meetings, please http://www.iom.edu/Activities/Children/ChildMaltreatment.aspx. You can also subscribe to the committee's listserv (link on the right-hand column) for future notifications. Wendy Keenan Program Associate Board on Children, Youth, and Families Institute of Medicine / National Research Council 500 Fifth Street, NW, Keck 711 Washington, DC 20001 Ph: 202-334-1759 Email: wkeenannas.edu www.iom.edu/bcyf ________________________________________ Outreach Around Forthcoming IOM/NRC Child Maltreatment Report Dear Colleagues, Some of you may recall that in conjunction with the previous public meeting of the IOM's Committee on Child Maltreatment Research, Policy, and Practice for the Next Decade (http://www.iom.edu/Activities/Children/ChildMaltreatment.aspx), we invited stakeholders to meet the IOM communications director for a discussion of the IOM study process and the opportunities for others to engage in the process. The committee will hold its second public session the afternoon of December 10, and our communications office will continue its dialogue with stakeholders. Please join us for a light lunch at noon to learn about how we promote IOM reports when they are released, and to discuss what unique opportunities we may have for this report. We hope you will bring your ideas for how we can be sure this report is most useful to your audiences and how to make sure it reaches them. Following this initial meeting, the committee meeting will convene at 1:00 PM. A draft agenda of the session is available online. Please register online by December 4 if you would like to attend.