In collaboration with the Indian Health Service, the University of New Mexico, and the UW Fetal Alcohol & Drug Unit, a webinar on "Historical Trauma Considerations to Improve Care for Native People: Focus on Child Welfare and Domestic Violence" will be presented on September 28, 2016. This webinar is free and CE credits are available.
When: Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016, 1:00pm ET, 12:00pm CT, 11:00am MT, 10:00am PT, 9:00am AKT*
Presenters: Sandra Radin, PhD, and Tessa Evans-Campbell, PhD, University of Washington
Description/Objectives: During this one hour seminar, the presenters will describe how prenatal alcohol exposure/FASD and historical and inter-generational trauma and grief are important influential factors in child welfare and domestic violence. Relevant behavioral challenges, as well as opportunities, for Native people will be discussed. Considerations for improving Native client health and wellness through direct care will also be shared.
- At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:
- Describe the contexts of FASD, historical trauma and grief and how they relate to maternal and child health.
- Identify specific influences of FASD, historical trauma and grief in child welfare and domestic violence.
- Apply learning to improve care and treatment for Native people.
Target Audience: Educators, Health & Educational Administrators, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Counselors, Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, Psychologists, Dentists, Physicians, Physicians Assistants, Social Workers, Allied Health Professionals, Psychiatrists.
Registration: This presentation is open to everyone and no registration is required. Simply follow the instructions under “Connection Information” on the day of the presentation to be connected.
Continuing Education: 1 CE or 1 NBCC hours will be provided for attending this webinar. Details on how to claim the credit will be provided during the presentation. NOTE: Per APA guidelines partial credit will not be given, you must attend the entire one hour in order to receive credits.
* Arizona (outside of Navajo Nation) is aligned with the Pacific times listed above due to Daylight Savings. Navajo Nation, you are still aligned with Mountain times above.
Full details and login instructions: http://adai.uw.edu/training/IHS_EvansCampbell_Radin_092816.pdf