Register to join the National Pediatric Practice Community on ACEs (NPPC) on Wednesday, April 25 at 12:00 PM PST for an online guided tour of its new member website, which provides a wide range of resources to help pediatric practices make the case and implement screening for adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).
During the webinar, NPPC staff will walk attendees through highlights of the website, as well as host a Q&A session to answer questions about resources, membership and benefits. This is a great opportunity for non-members to get a sneak peek of the gated website, and also for NPPC members to understand the full breadth of resources.
An initiative of the Center for Youth Wellness (CYW), NPPC launched its member website in January. The website supports CYW’s efforts to grow a national, co-designed peer group of pediatric-serving medical practitioners interested in ACEs screening and in expanding knowledge, building capacity, accessing resources and shaping the field of ACEs research and trauma-informed care. NPPC’s goal is to support pediatric medical providers in making ACEs screening and intervention part of their routine clinical practice.
The types of resources on the NPPC member website include:
- ACEs and toxic stress-related research and articles
- Education and outreach materials
- Screening tools information
- Workflow tools
- Interventions resources
- Patient and community partner handouts
- Backend administrative, financial and legal considerations
- Staff training resources
- Staff self-care resources
- Data tracking and reporting practices
As a co-designed community, NPPC members are encouraged to not only share feedback and questions, but materials, learnings and best practices. Members have the ability to rate materials, communicate directly with one another and easily contact the NPPC team with questions or comments. There is no cost to join the NPPC. To enroll in the community, pediatric medical practitioners can visit the NPPC website, click on JOIN NOW and fill out a questionnaire that collects basic information about the practice.
To attend the webinar, please register in advance. You will receive a confirmation email with the webinar link and details. If you have any questions, please contact NPPC at firstname.lastname@example.org.