8:30am - 12:00pm
2 Part Webinar - March 26th & April 1st (8:30am - 12:00pm)
This two-part virtual workshop, via zoom, is intended to build your knowledge and enhance your skills in trauma and resiliency informed research and evaluation practices in response to the effects of individual and collective experiences of trauma
Specific learning outcome include:
- Define what is psychological, social, and ambient trauma and recall different types of trauma that can be experienced in evaluation and research projects.
- Become familiar with the effects of trauma (past and current) for patients, families and service providers that can be activated during research and evaluation activities
- Apply skills and tools to reduce the effects of re-traumatization and increase effective patient, family and service provider engagement and safety during evaluation and research projects
- Appraise your own response to distress experienced from trauma and become familiar with compassion led strategies that support your resiliency as an evaluator and/or researcher