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FREE Webinar - Measuring Trauma-Informed Care

The Traumatic Stress Institute (TSI) is hosting a FREE webinar for leaders in health, trauma, and trauma-informed care (TIC) to preview the new Online ARTIC, a cutting-edge online tool for measuring TIC.
Register today here.
The Attitudes Related to Trauma-Informed Care (ARTIC) Scale is one of the only validated measures of TIC. It measures professional and para-professional attitudes toward TIC, has been used globally by over 200 entities, and administered to 25,000 respondents.
First introduced as a paper/pencil version in 2016, the ARTIC is now available via an online platform that makes measuring TIC simple, accessible, and cost effective--even for data novices.
TSI began offering the Online ARTIC in June 2019, and the first cohort of early-adopters included 30 school systems and human service agencies. Customer reviews have been very encouraging:
"I'm thoroughly impressed! This is light years beyond the paper/pencil ARTIC and the automated reports will make data-driven conversations more possible with teachers and staff at our school." 
- Principal of K-6 School
"Online ARTIC was seamless, really easy to administer and support from TSI was great!"
- Administrator, Human Service Agency
In April 2020, TSI will begin offering Online ARTIC to a second wave of users conducting baseline and multi-time point studies. We anticipate high demand for the limited number of studies TSI will support with Online ARTIC in the Spring and Summer of 2020.
As leaders in health care, trauma, and trauma-informed care, you understand the critical importance of measurement and evaluation in driving innovation. For this reason, TSI is offering you an inside view of the Online ARTIC. The webinar will be offered three different times (see below). We will preview the use of the tool, including study set-up and dashboard report features, as well as answer your questions.
Register today here.

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