Evaluats the effectiveness of a curriculum on trauma-informed care approaches delivered to medical students. The training was both effective and well-received by the physicians, and offers a model for other institutions interested in providing trainings to providers and staff.
Describes the promise of a trauma-informed model of primary care.
Advocates for widespread adoption of trauma-informed care practices.
Details key preparatory steps for inquiring about and responding to trauma, as well as four options when inquiring about trauma with patients.
Article highlighting the results of a study on patient-centered communication and how patient-centered practices improved health status and increased the efficiency of care by reducing diagnostic tests and referrals.