AAP Trauma and Resilience ECHO is an interactive, case-based, online two-level curriculum that will be delivered using the Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) model. ECHO is an internet-based, interactive learning model that uses video conferencing technology to bring together specialty care providers/experts and providers in local communities.
Level 1 Trauma-Aware training is designed to help the learner develop familiarity with childhood trauma, its presentation in pediatric practice, its impact and effect, and basic skills to be a resource for families. Level 1 training consists of 6 sessions and is scheduled to launch in April 2018. Video recordings of the six sessions are provided below:
Session 1: Overview of Trauma and Resilience
Session 2: Physiology of Trauma
Session 3: Engagement and Screening
Session 4: Promoting Resilience
Session 5: "How To": What to Say and Do in the Office
Session 6: You Already Do This: How to Incorporate Care Into Your Everyday Practice
Level 2 Trauma-Responsive training is designed to help the learner develop advanced clinical skills in trauma recognition, screening and response, interventions and resources, and competency to implement trauma-responsive care in his/her own practice and to train others. Level 2 training consists of 12 sessions is scheduled to launch in Fall 2018. To be eligible for Level 2, participants will need to participate in Level 1 AAP Trauma and Resilience ECHO or have received equivalent training.
Level 1 and Level 2 ECHO training will be offered multiple times through September 2021. To learn more about upcoming ECHO trainings, and to register, click here. For questions, please email Zaneta Balaban at firstname.lastname@example.org.