Children’s Health, Mental Health, and the Law

Children's Health, Mental Health, and the Law
Friday, March 28, 2014, 8:30am-6:00pm
Saturday, March 29, 2014, 8:30am-12:30pm
Louis B. Mayer Lounge, 198 McAllister St.,
UC Hastings College of the Law

Friday, March 28

8:30-9:00         Continental Breakfast
9:00-9:15         Welcome Remarks - Chancellor and Dean Frank H. Wu, JD
9:15-10:45       Panel 1: Controversies in Childhood Immunization Policy
Panelists: Lois Weithorn, JD, PhD; Dorit Reiss, PhD; Robert
Schwartz, JD; Robert Pantell, MD; Brian Lee, MD, FAAP
Moderator: Sarah Hooper, JD
10:45-11:00     Break
11:00-12:30     Panel 2: Nutrition, Physical Activity, and the Future

of Children's Health
Panelists: Lenny Lesser, MD; Dan Cooper, MD; James Weill,
JD; Robert Lustig, MD, MSL
Moderator: Marsha Cohen, JD

12:30-1:45       Lunch and Keynote Address by Nancy Adler, PhD

1:45-3:15         Panel 3: Children and Healthcare Decisionmaking
Panelists: Tara Ford, JD; Joyce Trompeta, RN, PhD, PNP;
Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, PhD
Moderator: Lois Weithorn, JD, PhD

3:15-3:30         Break

3:30-5:00         Panel 4: The Impact of Violence on Children
Panelists: Jeffrey Edleson, PhD; Jonathan Todres, JD; Kelly
Weisberg, JD, PhD; Michael Wald, LLB, MA; Alicia Lieberman,
Moderator: Robert Schwartz, JD

5:00-6:00         Reception
Saturday, March 29 - Failing our Kids: The Mental Health "Non-System"

8:30-9:00         Continental Breakfast
9:00-9:15         Welcome Remarks - Professor Lois Weithorn, JD, PhD

9:15-10:45       Panel 5: Meeting Children's Mental Health Needs Across

Panelists: Patrick Gardner, JD; Nathaniel Israel, PhD; Steven
Adelsheim, MD; Alison Cuellar, PhD
Moderator: Miye Goishi, JD

10:45-11:00     Break

11:00-12:30     Panel 6: Psychotropic Medications and Children: Science, Law
& Policy
Panelists: Robert Hendren, DO; William Grimm, JD; Kathleen
Noonan, JD; Ronald T. Brown, PhD
Moderator: Dorit Reiss, PhD
Please register for this conference here by Monday, March 24:

Presenter PowerPoints can be found here.

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