CALQIC EVENT details:
Tuesday, sept 22, 11:00am -2:00PM (PDT)
We’re excited to have Dr. Alicia Lieberman who will share the TRIADS framework and how it is designed to understand patients and families by inquiring about their adversities, distress, and strengths.
You’ll also hear from faculty, providers, and frontline staff about what they’ve learned about integrating ACEs screening and response.
We will be building in time for upcoming program announcements and an opportunity for you to meet other CALQIC team members.
Who should attend this webinar?
Please make sure that your core team members are registered, and feel free to invite others involved in your ACEs screening and response work to attend. Organizations are able to register up to 8 individuals. If you are interested in having more team members attend, please contact Nikki Navarrete, Program Coordinator.
Dr. Alicia Lieberman
Dr. Lieberman is the Irving B. Harris Endowed Chair in Infant Mental Health and Vice-Chair for Academic Affairs at the UCSF Department of Psychiatry, and Director of the Child Trauma Research Program. Her major interests include infant mental health, disorders of attachment, early trauma treatment outcome research, and mental health service disparities for underserved and minority children and families. You can learn more about Dr. Lieberman and her work here.
CALQIC coach and former Director of the National Pediatric Practice Community at the Center for Youth Wellness (CYW).
Read her biography here.
Hubert H. Humphrey Comprehensive Health Center, LA County DHS
-Saul Guzman, CMA
-Dr. Ray Perry, Pediatrician & Director/Medical Director
-Dr. Darcy Benedict, Family Medicine Doctor
Dr. Dayna Long
Pediatrician and Director, Center for Child and Community Health, UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland; Co-Investigator Pediatric ACEs Screening and Resilience Study (PEARLS), Bay Area Research Consortium.
virtual event reminders:
- All sessions will start and end promptly on time. We will also build in breaks including at 12pm in case you want to grab some lunch.
- If possible, connect with a webcam on your computer in a quiet place to ensure the best learning experience and interaction with others. If you don’t have a webcam, check in with your coach and we can see if we can get you one.
- Be prepared to participate and connect! Voice and camera will be activated for all participants. Upon entry, all participants will be on mute. Please unmute yourself if you have a question during the session. We will use the Zoom functions (polls, breakout groups, chatbox, etc.).
- Complete the post-meeting evaluation and provide feedback on what you enjoyed and how we can improve the virtual meetings. Doing virtual sessions like this is still new to us and we are always looking to improve!
- Get help if you need it! If you have any technical questions or experience any difficulty connecting to the Zoom meeting, please reach out to [email protected]