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Trauma Informed Care Learning Collaborative

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INAAP is excited to announce the launch of a 9-month Quality Improvement Learning Collaborative aimed at enhancing Trauma-Informed Pediatric Care in Indiana. This collaborative effort is a partnership between the Indiana Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Indiana University School of Medicine's Division of General Pediatrics.


Project Overview:


The primary focus of this initiative is to implement trauma-informed care practices by screening families during pediatric visits. Participating practices will ask the question, "Since your last visit, has anything scary or upsetting happened to you or your child?" This proactive approach aims to identify and address trauma, providing families with resources and connecting them to community partners for additional support.


Data Collection:


Practices involved in the collaborative will be requested to collect deidentified data through monthly chart audits after completing 20 screenings. The collected data will include information on whether the family was screened for trauma, if a traumatic event was identified, and whether an intervention was provided.


Support and Incentives:


Leaders of the Quality Improvement project in each practice will receive support for leading their clinic team and may be eligible for a stipend through INAAP grant funding. Additionally, all physician participants actively engaging in the project will receive Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part 4 credit.


Virtual Meeting Schedule:



To facilitate collaboration and learning, virtual meetings will be held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 12:15 PM to 1:00 PM, starting in February and concluding in October. Please find the meeting dates below:


2/14/24

3/13/24

4/10/24

5/8/24

6/12/24

7/10/24

8/14/24

9/11/24

10/9/24


We invite you to be a part of this transformative initiative to improve Trauma-Informed Pediatric Care in Indiana. Your participation will contribute to the well-being of families and children in our community.

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