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Pediatric research: COVID-19 will lead to more childhood trauma. Health care must take it into account. [dispatch.com]

By Abbie Roth, The Columbus Dispatch, May 3, 2020 You might have seen the headlines warning that, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the current mental health crisis facing youth in the United States will only worsen. Like adults, children are experiencing new or intensified stressors as a result of the pandemic, including loss of routine, separation from friends and extended family, and increased anxiety and frustration. Some more extreme stressors — food insecurity, loss of a parent or...
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Research Roundup: Integrating ACEs science into nursing curriculum, ACEs and addiction, two-generational approaches to preventing ACEs

Photo by Rhonda Baer/Wikimedia Commons A nursing school in Memphis integrates ACEs curriculum https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S8755722318300978 Looking at addiction through a trauma lens https://iacp.ie/files/UserFiles/Eisteach-Journals-Edited-Art/IJCP-Summer-2018-Art.pdf#page=16 What role do ACEs play in food addiction, bariatric surgery and weight loss outcomes? https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11695-018-3370-1 Researchers investigate two-generational approaches...
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Review of ACE studies confirms supporting parent-child relationship is key

When health care providers screen their pediatric patients for ACEs, what interventions might help improve outcomes for children? Dr. Ariane Marie-Mitchell, a pediatrician in the Department of Preventive Medicine at Loma Linda University, and a colleague sought an answer to that question in a systematic review of studies that was published recently in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. As part of their inquiry, Marie-Mitchell and her co-investigator, Rashel Kostolansky , who was a...
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Re: Review of ACE studies confirms supporting parent-child relationship is key

Calista Scott ·
Dear, Dr. Ariane Marie-Mitchell, Please contact Megan V. Smith PhD of Yale University. Diaper Need is an ACE. Add diaper need to the WCA. Calista Scott, MSN, Director Diaper Bank of Skagit County (WA) Member of the National Diaper Bank Network http://www.nationaldiaperbanknetwork.org
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UT San Antonio Researchers Pilot Ways to Help Youth Deal with Trauma [expressnews.com]

Kay Reed ·
(retrieved from https://www.expressnews.com/news/education/article/UT-San-Antonio-researchers-pilot-ways-to-help-15015016.php#photo-18954339 ) Before 12-year-old Rihanna Briseño started taking classes at Good Samaritan Community Services, she was quick to dislike people and get angry. The Rhodes Middle School sixth-grader didn’t know why, but sometimes her brain told her the right thing was to beat another kid up. “I would say those things that I’m not going to say now,” Rihanna told the...
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Webinar Recording and Resources - Crossroads of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Developmental Disabilities

Kim Slouf ·
For many healthcare providers, it can be challenging to distinguish between behaviors associated with a developmental disability and behaviors resulting from adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). It takes coordination across multiple disciplines to ensure early and accurate diagnosis and treatment of ACEs and/or developmental disabilities. Research has shown that individuals with disabilities are at increased risk for experiencing violence of all types, especially physical violence and...
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ACEs Aware Seeking Applicants to Support Clinical Work [acesaware.org]

ACEs Aware Seeking Applicants to Support Clinical Work Apply by September 15, 2020 ACEs Aware , led by the Office of the California Surgeon General (CA-OSG) and the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS), is hiring for three new positions to further the mission of supporting Medi-Cal providers across California with training, clinical protocols, and payment for screening children and adults for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Aurrera Health Group is the project management...
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Research article on ACEs and immune cell gene expression in children

Ariane Marie-Mitchell ·
Sharing our recent publication of pilot data on ACEs (assessed using the Whole Child Assessment) and immune cell gene expression in children age 5-11 years old
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Re: Research article on ACEs and immune cell gene expression in children

Daun Kauffman ·
Thank you for sharing
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Criticizing ACEs in Peer Reviewed Professional Journals Impairs Child Abuse Treatment

Jeoffry Gordon ·
Criticizing ACEs in Peer Reviewed Professional Journals Impairs Child Abuse Treatment Jeoffry B. Gordon, MD, MPH May 23, 2021 As a family doc practicing in San Diego I was privileged to hear Dr. Vincent Felitti talk about his inspired development of the ACEs questionnaire and its association with many adult mental and physical diseases directly from him only a few years after his original insight. Yet, although I had a lively clinic and learned how to manage a vast array of medical...
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Re: Criticizing ACEs in Peer Reviewed Professional Journals Impairs Child Abuse Treatment

Suzanne Frank ·
Bravo! This will be a very useful tool for those of us who interact with ACEs/PACEs hesitant health care professionals. Thank you!
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