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March 2021 NYSARH/NERHA Webinar: Trauma Informed Care - Shared screen with speaker view
Sara Bollinger
36:39
it is working
hpitcher
36:41
its working
Faye Zimmerman
36:49
can’t hear it
Jeffrey Tamburo
38:01
Will we have access to the slide deck afterwards as a resource?
Ann Marie Day
38:23
Yes, the slides and recordings will be posted on both NERHA and NYSARH websites
Jeffrey Tamburo
42:37
Thanks
Ann Marie Day
44:38
Please feel free to share any questions you have in chat
Amy Eisenhauer
47:24
Have that the trauma effects are more likely to be passed if the mother experienced the trauma versus the father since they are passed maternally?
Faye Zimmerman
57:37
UNE MSW student here- Please correct me if i’m wrong but I believe there is evidence that males also pass genetic trauma information when the males are in their teen years. For example, males who underwent starvation in their teen years passed down genetic markers for medical issues like diabetes and heart disease.
Ann Marie Day
58:34
Thanks Faye! We will get Rebecca's take during Q&A as well :)
Jeffrey Tamburo
59:32
This Continuum slide is excellent! Very helpful and instructive. I will share with others to educate.
Avril Cochran
01:18:06
What does research say about the difference in response to trauma between males and females and disease prevalence in later life?
Michael LaBarbera
01:21:05
Any data connected to race and culture?
Susan Sopp
01:21:45
Thank You
hpitcher
01:22:06
I'll bet there is Micheal
Alexandra Jachimczyk
01:23:13
How do we get credits for training?
Faye Zimmerman
01:23:31
could you share the two websites you mentioned that will have the slides and the recording
Ann Marie Day
01:23:54
The recording for this webinar as well as the PowerPoint slides will be available on the NYSARH and NERHA webpages next week. Please visit the webinars page at nysarh.org, and the events page at newenglandrha.org to find both.
New York State Association for Rural Health
01:24:33
For credits - complete the evaluation here: www.nysarh.org/webinar-evaluation
New York State Association for Rural Health
01:24:49
select yes for CME/CE Credits
Faye Zimmerman
01:24:53
thank you!
Jeffrey Tamburo
01:24:59
Excellent training thanks!
Avril Cochran
01:25:03
Thanks so much!
hpitcher
01:25:09
very informative and helpful training, thank you!
drodriguez
01:25:20
Thank you