"Trauma Informed Care for Self and Others"
Accredited for 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
Tues., Nov. 19, 2024
7 – 8 p.m. ET
NOTE: This monthly discussion forum is only for female ISMA physicians and medical student members. These sessions will not be recorded for future viewing.
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ISMA Women in Medicine (WIM) Discussion Forum sessions take place on Tuesdays every other month and are scheduled from 7 to 8 p.m. ET via Zoom. All female members of ISMA are welcome to join to connect, network and discuss topics of special significance to female physicians today.
Trauma-informed care (TIC) provides guiding principles to effectively put kindness into action when responding to the psychosocial effects of trauma by creating ways to deliver appropriately sensitive services to those affected by trauma and to nurture their resilience. TIC anticipates the role that trauma can play across the continuum of care—establishing integrated and/or collaborative processes to address the needs of traumatized individuals and communities proactively.
Self-care practices remind us to take care of the fundamental tool for the work we do: ourselves. Engaging in self-care practices is an opportunity to role-model the self-respect, healthy boundaries, and social-emotional skills we are trying to teach the people and communities we serve. In this session, Dr. Shannon Jones will address the role of trauma-informed care in modern healthcare.
At the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Expand their general knowledge of Trauma Informed Care (TIC) and its role in modern healthcare.
- Comprehend how trauma changes the brain and behavior.
- Apply TIC principles to improve success while interacting with traumatized individuals.
- Employ methods to manage the vicarious trauma that physicians and their team colleagues will inevitably encounter.
Shannon Jones, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare
About the speaker:
Shannon Jones, MD has been a practicing psychiatrist in Evansville, Indiana for 23 years and currently serves as Chief Medical Officer for the community mental health center, Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare. She’s ABPN certified in both General and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. She has taught professional students from a wide variety of disciplines including the IU Good Samaritan Psychiatry Residents, where she has been a core faculty member since its inception. She earned her B.A. at Indiana State University in Terre Haute and her medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. She completed residency and specialty C&A fellowship at the Karl Menninger School of Psychiatry.
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