Integrating Trauma Informed Policies and Principles in Healthcare Organizations
Historical and community trauma have been observed to have an impact on individual health, even in generations far removed from the event. Staff can also be impacted by theses traumas in their work. As a result of this training, you will be able to discuss needs and ideas to develop Trauma Informed Policies and Principles (TIPP) in your facility.
- Define burnout and secondary trauma, and discuss their connections to individual and structural experiences.
- Discuss collective resilience and strategize methods to incorporate cultural competency and humility into trauma informed practice.
- Identify opportunities for growth in your organization to build resilience in staff and communities.
Mayra Diaz, MPH, MSW: Mayra Diaz joined Health & Medicine in February of 2022 as Policy Analyst for the Illinois ACEs Response Collaborative. As Policy Analyst, Mayra plays a critical role in supporting institutions across Illinois in integrating trauma-informed and healing-centered frameworks into their policies and practices.
Bridget Gavaghan: Bridget Gavaghan leads the Illinois ACEs Response Collaborative, a cross-sector movement to prevent trauma and promote thriving across the lifespan while placing childhood adversity at the forefront of the equity agenda in Illinois.
Cost: $150.00 per facility or $25.00 per individual.
VIP Subscribers: Use as part of your subscription.
Contact hours: 1.0 for nurses
This webinar will be recorded.