Our webinar, Trauma and Resilience Informed Systems (TRIS) in Pediatric Primary Care, provided an overview of the principles of trauma- and resilience-informed systems and examples of how individuals, teams, and organizations can embody these principles.
🎥 Let’s Go to the Tape
Hosted by the Resilient Beginning Network (RBN) and facilitated by Brianna Young and Jen Leland of Trauma Transformed, this session featured guest teams from the RBN program in Alameda Health System – Highland Hospital and Alliance Medical Center.
Watch the replay of the webinar above and download the slide deck . Our learning session features the following:
Brianna Young and Jen Leland, Trauma Transformed, provided some framing and lessons about what it means to be trauma- and resilience- informed, and ways of approaching systems change to become a healing organization (6:57).
Dr. Sam Singer and Parish Ford, Highland Hospital – Alameda Health System, shared about their journey prioritizing staff training to help patients with trauma, which you can read about in this article (34:47).
Sue Labbe and Maria Juarez Sanchez, Alliance Medical Center, gave a detailed and passionate review of their organization’s journey to become a healing organization (50:51).
“You have to start somewhere”
Parish Ford, RN
📌 Bookmark These Key Resources
Below the resources highlighted during the webinar. Perhaps you’ll come across a great idea you can start trying right away.
Practice: Principles of a Trauma and Resilience Informed System
Practice: TRIS Principles in Action
Read: The Journey Toward a Healing Organization:10 Steps to Transform a Traumatizing Workplace
Read: Alameda Health System: Embracing Staff Training to Help Patients with Trauma
Listen: Readiness, Response, Recovery, and Renewal Podcast
Practice: ACEs Screening Sample Scripts
ACEs Screening Talking Points from webinar speaker Sam Singer, MD
Sample Scripts for Pediatric Clinical Teams from ACEs Aware
Practice TRIADS – A healing approach to ACEs screening from UCSF Center to Advance Trauma Informed Health Care
Explore: Trauma Transformed website and request for services
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