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Thank you, Max, for your questions and comments. On behalf of the planning team that convenes the ACEs Health Champions Gatherings, I welcome you on Sept 2. Ms. Ginger Myers will make a short presentation on her work in Southern Illinois infusing trauma-informed systems of care into behavioral health graduate programs of study, followed by time for robust and respectful discussions. At this time, trauma-informed care in health professional education is just at its beginning. The ACEs Health Champions Gatherings are a way to educate and inspire our participants to make these changes in their communities. See you on Sept 2.

I don't understand how it's still, in certain ways, not already a mandatory part of curriculum. How is the title of this talk even a question?

Also wondering if this presentation will cover ways to advocate for greater inclusivity in the design of instructional coursework and materials.

Why is the autism community often not invited to help develop the textbook chapter on autism? Why is the LGBT+ community often not invited to help develop the textbook chapter on autism? And on down the list we can go.

Am also aware the community poster might not have any direct connection to the speaker or organization putting on this talk, but the questions above are nonetheless the sort of topics I want to see covered.

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