ACES Trauma Awareness Symposium II

ABOUT THE EVENT Many of our lives have been changed forever by the ravages of COVID-19.   March 2020  set in motion economic, social,  political,  and psychological familial disruption. Uncertainty, anxiety, 

ACEs Aware Provider Training, San Diego Region

Through this training, organizational leaders will be able to gain insight and tools on ACEs, toxic stress, ACE screening, and unique populations experiencing ACEs to assess their local communities, to then identify and engage community-based services to provide a warm handoff for patients and their families to gain access to ongoing support in the community.

Together We Mentor: Women In Leadership

Join this inspirational panel discussion on navigating the medical field an obtaining leadership positions as women in medicine and public health.

The Science of ACEs and Toxic Stress, (Part 2)

Join the second in a series of webinars that will explore the science of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and toxic stress. Al Race, Deputy Director and Chief Knowledge Officer from the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University will lead a deep dive into how early experiences affect lifelong health.

ACEs Aware Provider Training, Los Angeles Region

Through this training, organizational leaders will be able to: gain insight and tools on ACEs, toxic stress, ACE screening, and unique populations experiencing ACEs to assess their local communities, to then  identify and engage community-based services to provide a warm handoff for patients and their families to gain access to ongoing support in the community.

2021 National Healthcare DEI Conference (Day 1)

Join us for two half-days filled with concurrent sessions and workshops, featuring an all star line-up of speakers, ranging from healthcare executives and entrepreneurs to medical experts.

$249

2021 National Healthcare DEI Conference (Day 2)

Join National Healthcare Diversity for two half-days filled with concurrent sessions and workshops, featuring an all star line-up of speakers, ranging from healthcare executives and entrepreneurs to medical experts.

$249

Involving the Community

This webinar explores how to establish and maintain effective partnerships between Health and Human Services organizations and those they serve.  

ACEs Aware Provider Training, Capital Region

Through this training, organizational leaders will be able to: gain insight and tools on ACEs, toxic stress, ACE screening, and unique populations experiencing ACEs to assess their local communities, to then  identify and engage community-based services to provide a warm handoff for patients and their families to gain access to ongoing support in the community.

ACEs Aware Provider Training, Central Coast Region

Through this training, organizational leaders will be able to: gain insight and tools on ACEs, toxic stress, ACE screening, and unique populations experiencing ACEs to assess their local communities, to then  identify and engage community-based services to provide a warm handoff for patients and their families to gain access to ongoing support in the community.

Key Principles of Developing a Trauma Informed Approach

Trauma Informed Care Training hosted by Sutter County Children & Families Commission and facilitated by Becky Haas, experienced trainer and internationally recognized for implementing trauma informed care.

Circle of Security Virtual Training

Circle of Security® is a social/emotional and relational practice that helps shift perspectives and provides tools to use in all your relationships both at home and at work.

$325

ACEs Aware Provider Training, Orange County Region

Through this training, organizational leaders will be able to: gain insight and tools on ACEs, toxic stress, ACE screening, and unique populations experiencing ACEs to assess their local communities, to then  identify and engage community-based services to provide a warm handoff for patients and their families to gain access to ongoing support in the community.

ACEs Aware Provider Training

Through this training, organizational leaders will be able to: gain insight and tools on ACEs, toxic stress, ACE screening, and unique populations experiencing ACEs to assess their local communities, to then  identify and engage community-based services to provide a warm handoff for patients and their families to gain access to ongoing support in the community.

Beyond Trauma Informed

In this workshop for mental health professionals only, we will practice and apply Beyond Trauma Informed concepts using consult, therapy techniques, teaching, and reflection.

ACEs Online Wellness Engagement Groups – Tuesday Series

Join CMA's Free, Online Wellness Engagement Groups for Physicians Screening/Treating Patients with ACEs or Toxic Stress - a 6 month meeting series for ACEs providers to meet, share best practices, build community, and support one another. Providers are welcome to join us for just one, or come to all.

Virtual Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

Course includes an Introduction to common mental health challenges for youth, a review of typical adolescent development, and 5-step action plan for how to help young people in both crisis and non-crisis.

$50

Protective Factors & ACEs: Meeting Families with Hope & Healing

This session will build the capacity of providers serving families with young children (physicians, behavioral health clinicians, social workers, case managers) to approach family interactions with a protective factors framework.

Food Insecurity, Neighborhood Food Environment, and Nutrition Health Disparities: State of the Science

This three-day virtual NIH workshop, sponsored in part by NHLBI, aims to review the state of the science related to food insecurity and the neighborhood food environment, then identify research gaps and opportunities. Participants also will explore innovative research strategies that could inform policies and practices that help prevent diet-related health disparities, as well as promote health equity.

The Science of ACEs & Toxic Stress (Part 3)

Dr. Rachel Gilgoff, Pediatric Integrative Medicine Fellow at the Stanford School of Medicine, hosts this final webinar exploring the science of ACEs and toxic stress. This session will feature a dive into how providers can develop their clinical response to ACEs and toxic stress, including treatment and follow-up plans.

Public Health Innovation Summit & Showcase

Agenda that includes conversations and sessions led by innovators focused on emerging practices in workforce; diversity, equity, and inclusion; communications, and more.

$150

2021 Rural ACEs Virtual 2-Day Summit (Day 1)

Through the annual summit, NAC will: Present the latest promising practices, research, and innovative approaches to addressing and preventing factors contributing to high ACEs; Increase participant understanding of the effects of ACEs on individuals and communities leading to a more trauma-informed region; Provide a platform for relationship building through dialogue and information sharing; and Provide both short-term and long-term solutions to addressing ACEs and the linkages to the Social Determinants of Health.

2021 Latinx Health Policy Summit

The Latino Coalition for a Healthy California invites you to its 2021 Virtual Health Policy Summit! The 2021 Virtual Health Policy Summit will bring together grass tops and grassroots public health leaders from throughout the State of California for a two-day virtual convening and conversation around the multitude of issues surrounding a just COVID-19 recovery plan in Latinx communities.

Implementing ACE Screenings: How-To Guide & Lessons from the Field

This webinar will:
Discuss ways the How-To Guide can help your clinic move further in its ACE screening journey.
Highlight how several practices have implemented ACE screening for pediatrics and women’s health.
Share actionable ideas for clinical teams to implement ACE screening.

2021 Rural ACEs Virtual 2-Day Summit (Day 2)

Through the annual summit, NAC will: Present the latest promising practices, research, and innovative approaches to addressing and preventing factors contributing to high ACEs; Increase participant understanding of the effects of ACEs on individuals and communities leading to a more trauma-informed region; Provide a platform for relationship building through dialogue and information sharing; and Provide both short-term and long-term solutions to addressing ACEs and the linkages to the Social Determinants of Health.

A Trauma-Informed Approach to ACE Screening – Decoding the ACEs Screening Tools & Scores

In this session, attendees will learn: at least 5 categories of Adverse Childhood Experiences that are described in the PEARL screener; phrasing you can use with patients who are low-risk, intermediate-risk, and high-risk for toxic stress; and how to create a joint treatment plan in the prevention, identification, and treatment of toxic stress.

UC Davis Pre-Health Conference

One of the largest pre-health fairs in the nation and will host representatives from hundreds of health professional schools across the country. This is your chance to learn more about schools you are interested in, meet deans of admission, and make lasting connections.

$5

ACEs Online Wellness Engagement Groups – Tuesday Series

Join CMA's Free, Online Wellness Engagement Groups for Physicians Screening/Treating Patients with ACEs or Toxic Stress - a 6 month meeting series for ACEs providers to meet, share best practices, build community, and support one another. Providers are welcome to join us for just one, or come to all.

Putting Care at the Center 2021

Putting Care at the Center is an opportunity for the national complex care community to learn, network, and create a shared agenda for the growing field of complex care. 

COST VARIES

Learning Network: Leveraging Stress Busters in Your Network of Care

Learning Objectives include Identifying the types of interventions/resources that the ACE screening clinic(s) currently have to promote supportive relationships and sleep, as well as the types of interventions/resources Network of Care partners have to promote supportive relationships and sleep.

APHA 2021 – Creating the Healthiest Nation: Strengthening Social Conectedness

APHA's Annual Meeting and Expo offers numerous opportunities for learning, inspiration, and connecting with the public health community. APHA 2021 offers two ways to participate, making the Annual Meeting accessible to more people than ever! All attendees will have access to education, the Public Health Expo and unique networking experiences.

Price Varies

Mission: Health Equity

This year’s conference theme, Mission: Health Equity, highlights the need to work collectively to eliminate health disparities by calling out and adequately addressing systemic practices that contribute to poor health among Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, LGBTQIA, and other minority and intersectional groups.

COST VARIES

ACEs Online Wellness Engagement Groups – Tuesday Series

Join CMA's Free, Online Wellness Engagement Groups for Physicians Screening/Treating Patients with ACEs or Toxic Stress - a 6 month meeting series for ACEs providers to meet, share best practices, build community, and support one another. Providers are welcome to join us for just one, or come to all.

MEDPEP Pre-Health Conference

The UCLA Medical Preparation and Education Pipeline program Médicos, Enfermeros, y Dentistas Para El Pueblo (MEDPEP) is designed to support low-income Latino and other underrepresented minority (URM) students through their community college

ACEs Online Wellness Engagement Groups – Tuesday Series

Join CMA's Free, Online Wellness Engagement Groups for Physicians Screening/Treating Patients with ACEs or Toxic Stress - a 6 month meeting series for ACEs providers to meet, share best practices, build community, and support one another. Providers are welcome to join us for just one, or come to all.