The Resilient Beginnings Network (RBN) program hosted the first virtual learning session on Thursday, January 14, 2021. This virtual learning session asked participating organizations to reflect on this question: “Where are we now with Trauma- and Resilience-Informed Care?”

This virtual learning session for RBN teams provided a primer on the key focus areas for RBN and introduced several methods for understanding the current state at their clinics, including the baseline RBN capability assessment. The agenda for this session can be found here.

WHO SHOULD WATCH THIS WEBINAR?

Team members from organizations in the Resilient Beginnings Network.

Slides, Recordings, and Resources

Main Session

Presenters: Renée Boynton-Jarrett, MD, ScD and Ronda Alexander, Vital Village Network
Creagh Miller and Lisa Schafer, Center for Community Health and Evaluation

Download the Main Slides (PDF).

Resources from Vital Village‘s presentation:

Breakout 1: Framing your challenge and using interviews to understand the current state

Presenter: Kathleen Figoni, Center for Care Innovations

Download the Slides for this Breakout Session (PDF)

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Breakout 2: Understanding the human experience of your processes with Journey Mapping

Presenter: Bijal Shah, Center for Care Innovations

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Breakout 3: Using observation to understand organizational culture and its impact on change – a breakout for leaders

Presenter: Irene Sung, RBN Coach and Consultant

This breakout session was interactive and was not recorded. A follow up article with key take aways will be posted to this page, so be sure to check back soon!

Download the Slides for this Breakout Session (PDF)

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