Use Of A Trauma Informed Care Framework To Create Bidirectional Learning Opportunities In A Critical Service Learning Curriculum

Addressing childhood trauma is increasingly being recognized as a priority in public health, healthcare and health policy sectors. As evidence mounts that the effects of trauma are both graded and dose responsive, stakeholders in healthcare are turning more attention to preventing and addressing experiences of trauma in childhood, commonly referred to as adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Trauma Informed Care (TIC), is a promising clinical approach attuned to the specific needs of traumatized patients that is...
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