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At the end of this session participants will be able to do the following:
- Provide a definition and brief history of trauma-informed care (TIC)
- Provide an overview of the various ways patients have experienced/continue to experience trauma both systematically and interpersonally
- Describe how TIC intersects with BIPOC, equity, diversity and inclusivity
- Gain an appreciation for how the approaches to TIC differ in urban vs rural communities or have changed with telemedicine applications
- Recognize the importance of language choice when communicating with patients in a manner that exemplifies TIC
- Provide action items for implementation of TIC in the emergency department
Rachel Bromberg is the Co-Founder of the Reach Out Response Network, the Executive Director of the International Crisis Response Association, and a JD/MSW student at the University of Toronto. She also works with the education department at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health providing trauma-informed de-escalation training to inpatient and outpatient staff.
Dr. Kari Sampsel is a staff Emergency Physician and Medical Director of the Sexual Assault and Partner Abuse Care Program at the Ottawa Hospital and an Assistant Professor at the University of Ottawa. She has been active in the fields of forensic medicine and medical education, with multiple international conference presentations, publications and committee work. She has been honored with a number of national awards in recognition of her commitment to education and awareness. She has founded a technology/consultancy company to assist organizations in policy development, staff training, investigation and prevention of sexual harassment and assault.
Kate Hayman is an emergency physician at University Health Network (UHN) and Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto (U of T). She is a co-lead for health equity in the UHN emergency department, and co-lead for the Equity, Diversity and Cultural Safety Curriculum at U of T. She also works with Inner City Health Associates at the COVID Recovery and Isolation Site, which provides social and medical isolation supports for people experiencing homelessness.
James Liu is an emergency physician working on the traditional and unceeded territories of the Katzie, Kwantlen, Matsqui, and Semiahmoo First Nations. He also provides outreach primary care to rural First Nations communities in central northern BC. He also provides support to remote nursing stations and rural emergency departments via BC Real-Time Virtual Support. His primary interest is in social medicine and improving health equity.
Jessica Kent-Rice is a PGY2 Emergency Medicine Resident at the University of Toronto and serves on the CAEP Resident Executive as CJEM Resident Editor.
This Group Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 24 Mainpro+ credits. Earn up to one (1) certified Mainpro+® credit per webinar.
This webinar series is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and approved by Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians. You may claim a maximum of 24 hours. Earn up to one (1) MOC Section 1 hour per webinar (credits are automatically calculated).
The pandemic has been hard on Emergency Physicians in Canada. Already working in overcrowded emergency departments we came together early in the pandemic at CAEP’s virtual town halls. We shared ideas and expertise from across the country to become stronger and care better for our patients. After the new normal of the pandemic set in, the need to share expertise and stay connected continued. National Grand Rounds replaced the virtual town halls and is now where Canada’s Emergency Physicians come to stay connected and up to date on the latest evidence. Difficult issues within emergency medicine are discussed and debated. Important clinical topics relevant to every emergency department across the country, from small-town to large urban centre, are covered in this virtual platform. CAEP’s National Grand Rounds will remain as a silver lining to the many challenges faced by the Emergency Medicine community in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Overall learning objectives:
- Consider strategies to ensure career longevity.
- Apply up-to-date evidence to inform clinical decisions.
- Influence the future direction of EM in Canada
- Stay connected to CAEP and colleagues within a virtual platform.
Given the importance of the subject of the November 4th Grand Rounds, CAEP is making this recording FOAMed (see videos below). Grand Rounds post recordings after the September 23rd session are only available to CAEP members via their portal. Login at the button below and select Grand Rounds from the left menu bar.
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