ECHO-Chicago: Childhood Adversity & Trauma: Strategies for Promoting Health
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Describe an ecological model of childhood/adulthood health that includes individual factors, family factors, school factors, community factors, and factors societal across time;
- Discuss the impact of ACEs on health outcomes across the lifespan as well as protective factors and their importance;
- Define social determinants of health, unmet social needs, and expanded ACEs and their impact on health;
- Assess the role of the healthcare team in treating ACEs;
- List local and national examples of community resources for children who have experienced ACES;
- State the biological and physiological impact of childhood adversity and trauma;
- Introduction to Trauma-Informed Principles; create safety, collaborative relationships and building prevention and coping tools for better regulation and how to make changes to practice environment
- Identify self-care tools used to cope with stress treating trauma-related issues;
- Recall screening tools to incorporate into in patient encounters involving ACES;
- Recognize intervention tools to strengthen the therapeutic web in schools and communities;
- Explain how to apply principles of neurobiology to trauma treatment.
*Agenda subject to change.
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The University of Chicago reserves the right to cancel or postpone this conference due to unforeseen circumstances. In the unlikely event this activity must be cancelled or postponed, the registration fee will be refunded; however, The University of Chicago is not responsible for any related costs, charges, or expenses to participants, including fees assessed by airline/travel/lodging agencies.
Director ECHO Chicago
Associate Chair for Clinical Services
Section Chief of Academic Pediatrics
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Comer Children's Hospital
Lurie Children's Hospital
Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine
University of Illinois at Chicago
Lurie Children's Hospital
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The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
University of Chicago Medicine is a Registered Social Work Continuing Education Sponsor through the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation and will offer continuing education units for the ECHO-Chicago: Childhood Adversity & Trauma: Strategies for Promoting Health for LSW and LCSW social workers in the state of Illinois.
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