Proposes a measurement model for trauma-informed primary care and suggest variables that could be assessed for each major intervention component.
Outlines training strategies for trauma-informed care in health care settings based on the experiences of five complex care programs.
Outlines practical strategies and policy considerations for adopting trauma-informed approaches to care in health care settings.
Offers practical recommendations for health care organizations looking to create a more welcoming clinical environment for patients who have experienced trauma.
Provides an introduction to trauma-informed care and describes how this approach can be adopted to better serve patients, including examples from three innovative programs across the country.