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Navigating Journeys: Chile Crece Contigo's Integrated Health Approach to Child and Family Well-Being, a Chilean Model for Family Support in the Healthcare System

The National Collaborative on Trauma-Informed Health Care, Education and Research (TIHCER) presents: Navigating Journeys: Chile Crece Contigo's Integrated Health Approach to Child and Family Well-Being, a Chilean Model for Family Support in the Healthcare System – Dr. Claudia Lara This session offers an exploration of Chile Crece Contigo's integrated health service model. It will begin with an introduction to Chile Crece Contigo and its global objectives, followed by a look at the...

Trauma-Informed Competency Set for Undergraduate Medical Education

The National Collaborative on Trauma-Informed Health Care, Education and Research (TIHCER) presents: Trauma-Informed Competency Set for Undergraduate Medical Education Trauma is nearly universal and a root cause of numerous health and social problems, including 6 of the 10 leading causes of death. Research has substantiated the profound impact of trauma on the brain and body - and why trauma training is critical to the education and practice of health professionals. Yet a critical lag...

Building Resilience is a Team Effort that Starts Early

“YES!” was the response of Gaile Osborne, executive director of Foster Family Alliance of North Carolina (FFANC), when asked for input on a new program to help foster and kinship care families learn how to support the brain development of young children. “I love these Brain Insights materials. How soon can we start?” said Osborne upon receiving the "The First 60 Days ” booklet on myths about newborns and their caregivers and the eight “ Neuro-Nurturing ” ringed books. The materials delivered...

SunnysideFlex: A Web-Based Intervention for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder during Pregnancy

The Trauma Informed Health Education and Research (TIHCER) Collaborative presents, SunnysideFlex: A Web-Based Intervention for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder during Pregnancy Presentation: Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects 4-8% of women in the general population during pregnancy, but up to 33% of women from disadvantaged or minoritized communities. Unfortunately, PTSD is rarely detected or treated in obstetric settings. Further, there is a massive shortage of providers trained in...

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