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Kassra! So wonderful you were able to make it!
Please feel free to type questions in the chat so you don’t forget! Will have time for questions at end.
Thank you Ariana!!
Ariana, thank you for a fantastic talk! What advice/resources would you have for broaching topics such as depression?
For patients vaccinated at Safe Havens, is there a way to request immunization records?
@beth Building rapport with the youth and asking in expanded sentences that don’t explicitly call out depression. Such as the mental health questionnaires often given out at visits, it is very non-personal and intimidating. Can also connect youth in the south king area to our bi-weekly youth council to connect with our youth as an informal mental health support
Thank you - very helpful. Appreciate the connection with the youth council as a resource.
Joe Sherman (he/him)
Thank you for an excellent presentation. Clear, concise, and culturally sensitive.
^ thank you Dr. Ibrahim, something that I have learned from Dr. Dawson-Hahn as well is that we often we feel compelled to ask about the underwritten, painful histories of those who have experienced and lived through incredible trauma, and I often pause myself, and think that when I ask questions about trauma, I have to be thoughtful about whether those questions in that moment is meant to benefit my own discomfort or is it with the intention of learning and supporting my patient and their families.
Thank you, Ariana, Anisa and Beth for a fantastic talk on how we can better welcome Afghani children and families to our medical home!
Dr. Phanith Touch, absolutely agree. Thank you for your insightful comment
Thank you so much for all your time and work in putting this presentation- such a privilege to hear everyone’s experience and insight!
Thank you all!
Thank you for sharing your expertise with us!