Trauma-Informed Care Trainings
These trainings were developed and presented with funding from the New Hampshire Children’s Health Foundation. You can learn more about the Trauma-informed Care in Pediatrics Project on the current projects page. This project supports pediatric primary care settings to become trauma-informed and implement a trauma or ACEs screener with their patient population.
- Trauma-Informed Care for Pediatric Primary Care
- Professional Resilience: Personal and Agency Roles
This presentation may be viewed individually but is best utilized by viewing with a practice team. Audio for all slides contain about 30 minutes of content but we suggest giving your group 45 minutes or more to allow for discussion between slides.
- Navigating Patient and Family Conversations about Toxic Stress and Trauma with Grace and Confidence
NH Mental Health Care in Pediatrics (NH MCAP) Project
The New Hampshire Mental Health Care Access in Pediatrics project (NH MCAP) is a four year program funded by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (NH DHHS) through a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The goal of the program is to increase provider knowledge and confidence in identifying, screening, treating, and effectively referring pediatric patients with mental health concerns.
The first MCAP cohort focused on pediatric anxiety and depression and offered 10 monthly ECHO sessions. ECHO sessions include a 10-20 min didactic and one hour case presentation.
The 10-20 minute didactic presentations from each of the 10 ECHO sessions are posted below and available free to the public.
- Making Sense of Behaviors (March 2020)
- Quality Improvement (April 2020)
- Treating Pediatric Depression (June 2020)
- Understanding Anxiety (July 2020)
- Treating Anxiety Disorders in Pediatrics (August 2020)
- Pediatric Suicide: Epidemiology and Risk Factors (September 2020)
- Family Engagement (October 2020)
- Mental Health Care in Primary Care Pediatrics (November 2020)
- The Importance of Cross-Sector Partnerships to Youth Behavioral Health (December 2020)
- Behavioral Health Referral Directory for NH Pediatric Primary Care Clinicians --Released October 2020
- LGBTQ+ Resource Guide for Youth and Families
- ACEs resource list: videos, peer-reviewed journal articles, toolkits, and more
- NHPIP one-pager
- Addressing Childhood Adversity and Social Determinants in Pediatric Primary Care: Recommendations for New Hampshire
- Integrating Fluoride Varnish into Well-Child Visits for Young Children
- ADHD: Survey Report NH Pediatrician and Family Physician Practice Patterns, Comfort Level, and Support Needs Relative to Pediatric ADHD
- Identifying Priorities for and Strategies to Optimize Oral Preventive Service Delivery in Pediatric Primary Care Settings in NH
- Improving HPV Immunization Rates in Practice-Based Settings