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END GUEST HOST SESSION - Thank you for participating in OVC's Web Forum Guest Host Series. We hope this discussion will help you better serve crime victims. Please continue to discuss this and other topics...
OVCRC
04/23/2014
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Does the instance of an ACE increase the likelihood of adult victimization? Are there higher likelihoods for particular offenses?
Jane
04/23/2014
arrow icon We know this is true for child sexual abuse. We know less a...
Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
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Jim Henry
04/23/2014
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I know that the Department of Children Services are responsible for the children's well being if there are any allegations of abuse in the home but what other laws are in place to also help protect the chi...
Jessica
04/23/2014
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Jim Henry
04/23/2014
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Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
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Related to mass trauma events - Are there any studies outlining the efficacy of protocols such as the NOVA model, CISM or Psychological First Aid?
James D.
04/23/2014
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Jim Henry
04/23/2014
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ACEs are linked to medical and behavioral outcomes, but little is known on how ACEs predict future behavior. (RCTs are understandably difficult.) Are there prospective longitudinal studies where ACEs are c...
BH Fox
04/23/2014
arrow icon The ACES has significant policy implications to address pote...
Jim Henry
04/23/2014
arrow icon Using ACEs to predict future behavior is a stretch and possi...
Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
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What the implications of ACE for primary prevention strategies?
Michael Graves
04/23/2014
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Jim Henry
04/23/2014
arrow icon The ACE Study, its state level similar findings from the BRF...
Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
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It's tempting for policymakers to want to embrace the ACES findings by mandating or encouraging health care providers to routinely screen all adult patients. Some national advocates have said that the scr...
Sarah
04/23/2014
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Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
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Given last year's[recently updated] message from HHS Secretary to state CW Commissioners about importance of trauma-informed care among bpth public systems and private providers,what is likelihood of any s...
William Webb
04/23/2014
arrow icon There are some free edited videos regarding the ACE Study th...
Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
arrow icon To help find out what you can do to help, see the www.avahea...
Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
arrow icon NJ DCF Commissioner Allison Blake recently created a new pos...
William Webb
04/23/2014
arrow icon Part II: The paradigm shift to trauma informed is slow but h...
Jim Henry
04/23/2014
arrow icon The Administration for Child Family of HHS has released thre...
Jim Henry
04/23/2014
arrow icon What can we as collective practitioners do to " make the ca...
William Webb
04/23/2014
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Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
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What are some examples of fundamental affect regulation skills that you think could or should be taught to pre-schoolers, elementary age kids, and junior high and high school children?
Steve Baron
04/23/2014
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Jim Henry
04/23/2014
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Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
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I am interested in hearing the latest information about how readily accepted is the ACE study becoming among the medical community?
Becka
04/23/2014
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Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
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Jim Henry
04/23/2014
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What do we know about the sensitivity and specificity of using ACEs to predict health and behavior outcomes?
Mark Rains
04/23/2014
arrow icon We need a lot more research to help us answer many of these ...
Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
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Jim Henry
04/23/2014
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Is there "technical assistance" available to help integrate the ACE study into Public Health and Mental Health/Addictions programs?
Anne
04/23/2014
arrow icon There is a very good AAP webinar posted at: www.aap.org/medh...
Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
arrow icon In WA, our state Dept of Health as well as several other sta...
Pam Wessel-Este
04/23/2014
arrow icon The Academy on Violence and Abuse is working to increase the...
Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
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Jim Henry
04/23/2014
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Given that most abusers are related to their victims, what would you suggest to help protect children with disabilities against abuse or neglect? These kids are both more at risk and less able to have acc...
Janine
04/23/2014
arrow icon Are you suggesting that all parents of children with disabil...
Janine
04/23/2014
arrow icon In addition to child screening, parents of the children woul...
Jim Henry
04/23/2014
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Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
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If you could redesign the child welfare system in the United States, (knowing what we now know about trauma and brain development) what would the new system look like?
Betty W. Coyle
04/23/2014
arrow icon Here are some additional resources about the ACE Study and o...
Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
arrow icon Yes there are trauma screening tools for nonprofessionals to...
Jim Henry
04/23/2014
arrow icon Are there trauma screening tools that can be used by non-the...
Betty W. Coyle
04/23/2014
arrow icon The is a recently published study that supports early invest...
Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
arrow icon Part II Trauma assessment includes neurodevelopmental testin...
Jim Henry
04/23/2014
arrow icon Workforce resiliency through addressing secondary trauma str...
Jim Henry
04/23/2014
arrow icon Treatment would focus on building resiliency of which counse...
Jim Henry
04/23/2014
arrow icon PART I The system would move from being event driven only ...
Jim Henry
04/23/2014
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Dave Corwin, MD
04/23/2014
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START GUEST HOST SESSION - The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is pleased to welcome Dr. David Corwin and Dr. James Henry to the OVC Web Forum. They will be available to answer your questions on Implicat...
OVCRC
04/22/2014
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