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Using Simulation to Teach Adverse Childhood Experiences and Trauma-Informed Care (On-Demand)

Date of Event: May 28, 2022
Presented by Dr. Martina Jelley, Dr. Julie Miller-Cribbs, and Dr. Fran Wen Free CME/CE available until May 13, 2022 On-Demand May 28 RSVP to register... Learn More

Medical Advocacy in the Face of Discrimination (On-Demand)

Date of Event: June 24, 2022
Presented by Sharon Cooper, MD, FAAP Free CME/CE available until May 27, 2022 On-Demand June 24 RSVP to register for free On-Demand webinars! Learn More

Balancing ACEs with HOPE Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences (On-Demand)

Date of Event: June 28, 2022
Presented by Robert Sege, MD and Baraka Floyd, MD Free CME/CE available until June 17, 2022 On-Demand June 28 RSVP to register for free On-Demand... Learn More

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Towards a Community of Healing Public Webinar

Date of Event: May 26, 2021
"I Am Because We Are" - Ubuntu - This African principle, often championed by Nelson Mandela,...

The Intersection of Race & Trauma

Date of Event: May 25, 2021
Last year was unlike any before with COVID-19 and the civil unrest along with the murder of George...

The Intersection of Race and Trauma

Date of Event: May 25, 2021
The media headlines on police brutality and systemic racism since the murder of George Floyd have...

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The Intersection of Race and Trauma

Date of Event: May 25, 2021

The media headlines on police brutality and systemic racism since the murder of George Floyd have been constant. The discussion about how traumatic this can be on Black individuals needs to happen and be understood by members of our community who may not recognize those triggers and how they manifest in an individual. Please RSVP as registration is required!

The Intersection of Race & Trauma

Date of Event: May 25, 2021

Last year was unlike any before with COVID-19 and the civil unrest along with the murder of George Floyd. An understanding and acknowledgment of the collective trauma of Black Americans is an important step toward healing and the transformation of an equitable community for all. Please RSVP as registration is required!

Towards a Community of Healing Public Webinar

Date of Event: May 26, 2021

"I Am Because We Are" - Ubuntu - This African principle, often championed by Nelson Mandela, charges individuals to recognize their inseparable connection with the greater "WE." How can communities move collectively from trauma to a place of healing in these challenging times? Please RSVP as registration is required!

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