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|Jan 06, 2016||
Women’s HIV Program at UCSF Selected to Advance Trauma-Informed Care
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Center for Health Care Strategies has chosen the UCSF Women's HIV Program, directed by Eddy Machtinger, MD, to be part of the Advancing Trauma-Informed Care national initiative.
The Women’s HIV Program will receive funding support and participate in a two-year learning collaborative to vet new approaches, exchange best practices, and advance practical strategies for implementing trauma-informed care.
In addition to the Women’s HIV Program, the pilot sites include: Center for Youth Wellness (San Francisco, CA); Montefiore Health System (Bronx, NY); Greater Newark Healthcare Coalition (Newark, NJ); Stephen and Sandra Sheller 11th Street Family Health Services (Philadelphia, PA); and San Francisco Department of Public Health, (San Francisco, CA).
Over two years, the pilot sites will test and enhance key clinical and organizational ingredients for a trauma-informed approach to care, guided by input from the learning collaborative and a national advisory committee as well as technical assistance from CHCS.
To read more about the Advancing Trauma-Informed Care initiative, please visit the Center for Health Care Strategies website
|Jan 27, 2016||
Dr. Stephen McPhee to Receive AAHPM National Leadership Award|
In recognition for his achievements and profound influence in the field of palliative medicine, Steve McPhee, MD, will receive the American Academy of Hospital and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) National Leadership Award during the 2016 AAHPM & Hospice & Palliative Nurses Association (HPNA) Annual Assembly to be held in Chicago, Illinois in March.
More information about the AAHPM & HPNA Annual Assembly is available
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