How To Webinar –February 6th, 12:30-1:30PM EST – How To Implement Universal Precautions Into Your Organization

Join The Root Cause Coalition and The Center for Trauma Resilient Communities for this presentation on how to implement research about trauma into an organization. Knowing about trauma is not enough. How do you use that information to change the way you work? The goal of this webinar is to begin the conversation of translating evidence-based trauma and resilience research into practice. The presenter will discuss skills that everyone in an organization can begin using immediately to support better results. In order to create true cultural transformation and become “trauma informed,” there first must be a mindset shift, then a cultural shift, and finally a system shift. This webinar will help you with the first step.

The Center for Trauma Resilient Communities’ approach is to help organizations and communities embed and embody the science of trauma resilience. They do this by using the current science of trauma resilience and organizational development to move people from information to action. They work with leaders to build a trauma responsive and trauma resilient culture which helps to decease burnout and turnover, increase compassion and accountability, and improve overall organizational health and effectiveness. The Center for Trauma Resilient Communities has learned that systems and organizations must first address the internal trauma culture, before moving externally.

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  • 2020 National Summit Request for Proposals

    February 24, 2020

    Interested in presenting at The Root Cause Coalition's National Summit on the Social Determinants of Health? Submit an RFP today.  All proposals are due by 11:59pm EST on February 24, 2020.  For more information on the National Summit,  scheduled for October 4-6,  2020 in Kansas City, MO, click here.

    Click here to begin the proposal process.

  • 2020 Status of Health Equity Release

    February 26, 2020

    The Root Cause Coalition will hold a formal release and discussion of the report on February 26th from 8-10:30 a.m. at the National Press Club’s Holeman Room at 529 14th St., NW. Washington D.C., 20045. The Coalition’s board of trustees and Members will review the report’s findings and discuss next steps in creating a more equitable society. Register for the event here.