Showing posts with label #trauma. Show all posts
Showing posts with label #trauma. Show all posts

Saturday, February 3, 2024

🧒IMSPARK: Preventing and Mitigating Adverse Childhood Experiences🧒


🧒Imagine… Preventing and Mitigating Adverse Childhood Experiences🧒


💡 Imagined Endstate: 


The Pacific region has successfully implemented evidence-based policies and practices that prevent and mitigate adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), such as abuse, neglect, and household dysfunction. The region has fostered a health, safety, and well-being culture where children and families can thrive in supportive and nurturing environments.


🔗Link: 


Ref Here


📚Source: 


Wallace, M., & Rademacher, I. (2023). Building an inclusive financial system: A global economic & social imperative for this decade. Aspen Institute. 


💥 What's the Big Deal: 


The report by Wallace and Rademacher (2023) provides a comprehensive and practical toolkit for state and territorial health agencies to develop and implement policies that prevent and mitigate ACEs.🌈The report covers the epidemiology, etiology, consequences, and prevention strategies of ACEs and various stakeholders' policy levers, roles, and responsibilitiesThe report also provides examples of state and territorial policies and programs that address ACEs and resources and tools for policy development and evaluation. 
 
ACEs are a vital challenge for the Pacific region, as they affect the health and well-being of many children and families, especially those who face social and economic disparities.🙌By implementing evidence-based policies and practices that prevent and mitigate ACEs, the Pacific region can enhance its health, safety, and well-being and reduce the risk of adverse outcomes and intergenerational cycles of trauma. 🏥 The policies and practices can also support the region's health, safety, and well-being and enable more children and families to thrive in supportive and nurturing environments.


#ACEs,#childdevelopment, #Prevention, #Mitigation, #WellBeing,#trauma,#IMSPARK, 





Wednesday, November 8, 2023

🔀IMATRIX: PUBLIC HEALTH READING LIST🔀

🔀IMATRIX: PUBLIC HEALTH READING LIST🔀

Ref "2023 ASTHO Fall Reading List

Number

Title

Description

Why it’s worth reading

1

I'm Glad My Mom Died

Jennette McCurdy's memoir delves into the struggles of a former child actress and her relationship with her overbearing mother.

Exploring the challenges and pressures faced by former child actors and their relationships with their parents in the entertainment industry.

2

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking

Susan Cain's book explores the role of introverts in a society that emphasizes extroversion.

Shifting the narrative on introversion and highlighting the contributions of famous introverts to society.

3

You Could Make This Place Beautiful: A Memoir

Maggie Smith's memoir examines the end of her marriage and her experience dealing with secrecy, anger, and forgiveness.

Using personal heartbreak as a lens to examine the expectations of womanhood, gender roles, and power.

4

A Communications Playbook for Public Officials

A guide authored by ASTHO CEO Michael Fraser and Robert R. Johnson, Jr. on effectively managing communications and media.

Equipping public officials with over 70 tips and a structured approach for handling communication challenges.

5

Solito

Javier Zamora's journey from El Salvador to the U.S. as a child.

Exploring the harrowing experiences of young migrants and their quest for a sense of belonging in a new country.

6

Remarkably Bright Creatures

A story of an unlikely friendship between a woman and an octopus, told by Shelby Van Pelt.

Delving into the themes of trauma, healing, and uncovering the truth in a unique relationship.

7

True Biz

Sara Nović's novel focusing on students at River Valley School for the Deaf.

Exploring the lives of deaf students and their personal challenges, emphasizing connection and resilience.

8

The Only One Left

Riley Sager's mystery novel about the Hope family and a survivor's untold secrets.

Unraveling a family murder mystery with unanswered questions, secrets, and a suspenseful narrative.

9

The Light Pirate

Lily Brooks-Dalton's story set in a deteriorating Florida due to climate-related catastrophes.

Examining the impact of climate change on individuals as they adapt to a changing world.

10

The House in the Cerulean Sea

A tale of Linus Baker overseeing extraordinary children at the Marsyas Island Orphanage by T.J. Klune.

Exploring the magical world of children with extraordinary abilities and the responsibility of their caretaker.

 





Monday, October 30, 2023

🚑IMSPARK: Triage and Trauma Care: Ensuring Efficient and Effective Response🚑

🚑 Imagine… Pre-Hospital Mass Casualty Triage and Trauma Care:

Efficiency and Effectiveness 🚑

 


💡 Imagined Endstate:

Achieving swift and effective pre-hospital triage and trauma care during mass casualty incidents. Equipping emergency planners, EMS providers, and clinicians with essential knowledge for streamlined response.

 

📚 Source:

Homeland Security News Wire. (2023). Pre-Hospital Mass Casualty Triage and Trauma Care: Ensuring Efficient and Effective Response.


🔗 Link:

Read the full collection here

 💥 What's the Big Deal:

📢 This comprehensive collection unravels the intricacies of pre-hospital mass casualty triage and trauma care. 🗣️It underscores the need for precise protocols, ⚙️experienced personnel, and clear, concise job aids.🌡  Emphasizing efficient triage and rapid hospital transport, it's an indispensable resource for emergency planners, 📈 EMS providers, and clinicians dealing with mass casualty scenarios.


#trauma,#PHTLS,#triage,#DisasterResponse,#IMSPARK, 


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