Building capacity for trauma and violence-informed primary care
Dr. Vanessa Brcic
Tuesday, June 29, 2021
12-1 pm PDT
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This presentation will describe findings from a qualitative study exploring how diverse trauma and violence-informed practices across a range of women’s health care services can inform the implementation of trauma and violence-informed primary care. This project was conducted collaboratively by three women with dual experiences as trauma survivors and providers of trauma and violence-informed care.
In this presentation we will:
- Briefly review the collaborative study methods and important theoretical frameworks informing the project;
- Discuss key learnings about how oppressive systems create/perpetuate a lack of safety and impact health care experiences; and
- Explore how to dismantle systemic oppression through resistance and connection.
Vanessa Brcic is a Family Physician, Registered Therapeutic Counselor, community researcher and advocate, and co-founder/vice-chair of Basics for Health Society.
This seminar will be conducted via Zoom. Please contact Joyce (email@example.com) for the link.