41 min

The Data-Driven Agenda, Identifying Gaps, Opportunities, and Priorities Mental Illness Is Not a Crime

    • Society & Culture

Experts discuss the roles and opportunities of data to reduce the over-incarceration of the mentally ill. The discussion focuses on how data can identify local problems, find or develop evidence-based solutions to those problems, and track progress over time. The experts featured include:

William H. Carson, M.D., Chairman of the Board of the Sozosei Foundation

Sheryl Kubiak, Ph.D., Dean and Professor, Wayne State University School of Social Work

John Petrila, J.D., Senior Executive Vice President of Policy, Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute

Moderated by Garen Staglin, Chairman and Co-Founder, One Mind

Experts discuss the roles and opportunities of data to reduce the over-incarceration of the mentally ill. The discussion focuses on how data can identify local problems, find or develop evidence-based solutions to those problems, and track progress over time. The experts featured include:

William H. Carson, M.D., Chairman of the Board of the Sozosei Foundation

Sheryl Kubiak, Ph.D., Dean and Professor, Wayne State University School of Social Work

John Petrila, J.D., Senior Executive Vice President of Policy, Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute

Moderated by Garen Staglin, Chairman and Co-Founder, One Mind

41 min

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