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    • I'm wondering if folks would be interested in a primer lesson on behavioral economics and how they could use the principles to help support patients during COVID. For example: Getting folks to enroll in patient portal Messaging related to ways to stay safe and healthy until there is a vaccine Routing people to appropriate care channel (phone, video, in-person, ED). Would you be interested? Vote by clicking a "sticker" image of your choice in the bottom right. Thanks!
    • We were recently asked about trauma-informed care training resources available in the safety net. Here are a few that @Megan OBrien , who leads CCI's trauma-informed care portfolio, has come across. ACEs Aware In addition to the 2 hour online training to credential providers, they are offering a series of webinars. There’s been a four part series, the last one is on May 27th. They are broader than just Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) and most recently have focused on implications of COVID on TIC, telehealth, etc.  Educational Events - ACEs Aware WWW.ACESAWARE.ORG CPCA CPCA hosted a series of in-person trauma-informed trainings in early 2020. Display event - Supporting Resiliency: Trauma Informed Health Centers WWW.CPCA.ORG   CYW Re: ACEs Screening,  CYW has developed and launched a four-part on demand learning course series about the science of ACEs, integrating screening, etc.  Learn With US - Center for Youth Wellness CENTERFORYOUTHWELLNESS.ORG Developed by a team of pediatricians, research scientists, public health experts, and clinical quality improvement experts, these...   Trauma Transformed This group often offers training to the public and has a public calendar: Trauma Transformed TRAUMATRANSFORMED.ORG Trauma Transformed is the only regional center and clearinghouse in the Bay Area that promotes a trauma-informed system by...   National Council on Behavioral Health NCBH has run many nationwide TIC learning collaboratives over the years. They published comprehensive change package on their website last fall that’s available with great links to different training modules. They also provide training and consultation services on TIC. Trauma-informed Services - National Council WWW.THENATIONALCOUNCIL.ORG The National Council’s trauma-informed care initiatives have helped hundreds of organizations across the country map out and execute...   Center for Health Care Strategies:            CHCS runs a whole website with TIC resources, videos, lessons from clinics, etc.  Trauma-Informed Care Implementation Resource Center WWW.TRAUMAINFORMEDCARE.CHCS.ORG This resource center shares tools and strategies from trauma-informed care leaders across the country to help improve patient...   7. Other -  Lessons learned from two TIC screening initiatives in CCI programs. It includes recommendations for clinics starting up ACEs screening and response programs.  https://www.careinnovations.org/resources/lessons-from-2-initiatives-to-introduce-aces-screening-into-pediatric-practices/    
    • Are you interested in integrating self-care practices into your daily work? With the extreme stresses of the Covid-19, Dana Valley has started several practices that enable her staff and wider community to engage in self-care on a regular basis. Dana covers her passion for self-care practices that are simple, short, fun and engaging. You can join in any of West County and RCHC's daily self care rituals via the Zoom info in the Academy Calendar.
    • In this Peer Workshop, @Tabitha Thomas takes you through a 15 minute centering practice. Play the recording and participate to release stress and come to your center. Centering practice begins at timestamp 3:25.  Ask any questions you have about this practice and Emergent Strategy in this thread!
    • Wow, I am inspired by the amount of discipline you have, @Cecilia Krebs and @Elizabeth Stanley-Salazar.  I'm also very grateful to have work. Also using lubricating eye drops a lot.  I'm also intentionally trying to not hold every meeting I lead as a video meeting. I've heard that that's a norm people need to get used to -- just because you can doesn't mean you do/should.  At the same time, I've heard that for folks living alone, those video calls might be the only time they have to connect "face to face" with someone during the day. So I think it's a balance and talking about it as a team.  I have an 11-month old who gets stir crazy, so that gets me out of the house at least once a day.  I might start scheduling 5 min reminders before meetings to "move" so I don't get stuck without food/snacks/water a stretch before the next meeting.    
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