National Conference on Health and Violence - AVA Precon
"New Horizons in Medical Education: Developing Competence and Exploring Teaching Models in Trauma-Informed Care"
Medical education has begun to embrace the concept of trauma-informed care yet there are no universal standards for competence and curriculum in teaching students about caring for patients who have experienced trauma, especially adults. The Trauma-Informed Healthcare Education and Research (TIHCER) collaborative will describe our preliminary work on the development of competencies in trauma-informed care for medical education. Attendees will learn about several current training models and then participate in demonstrations of these models.
-Describe the current status of developing a competency model in TIC medical education.
-Explore different types of TIC training models.
-Identify 2 or 3 strengths and weaknesses of the training models.
-Contrast 2 or 3 approaches or skill sets that can be adapted to your specific settings.
Faculty: Martina Jelley, MD, MSPH, University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine; Brigid McCaw, MD, MPH, MS, Retired Medical Director, Northern California Family Violence Prevention Program at Kaiser Permanente; Frances Wen, PhD, University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine; Ellen Goldstein, MFT, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health; Arabella Perez, LCSW, University of New England; Megan Gerber, MD, MPH, Boston University School of Medicine; Amy Weil, MD, University of North Carolina School of Medicine: Sadie Ellisseou, MD, Harvard School of Medicine; Sheela Raja, PhD, University of Illinois-Chicago; Leigh Kimberg, MD University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine; Audrey Stillerman, MD University of Illinois-Chicago; Pat Rush, MD, Co-Founder, THEN; Beth Pletcher, MD, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School