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Pediatricians Can Help Prevent Adverse Childhood Experiences [vetoviolence.cdc.gov]

 

From VetoViolence, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, June 2020

New Training Helps Pediatric Medical Providers Recognize and Prevent ACEs



You’re invited to explore the new Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Training for Pediatric Medical Providers.

This training focuses on the central role that pediatric medical providers play in understanding, recognizing, preventing, and treating ACEs and their consequences.

Lesson topics include: 

  1. The Biological Impact of ACEs
  2. The Role of Pediatric Medical Providers Across the Social Ecological Model
  3. The Role of Pediatric Medical Providers in Preventing ACEs
  4. The Role of Pediatric Medical Providers in Intervention
  5. Educating Others and Raising Awareness

Learn how pediatric medical care providers can uniquely help children, families, and communities heal from ACEs and prevent them from occurring altogether. Take the training today.


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CDC has a new training for pediatric medical care providers: Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences. Learn the central role of pediatric care professionals in understanding, recognizing, preventing, and treating adversity in childhood. go.usa.gov/xptTh

CDC has a new training for pediatric medical care providers: Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences. Learn to understand, recognize, prevent, and treat childhood adversity. #VetoViolence go.usa.gov/xptTh


Learn More



  1. Adverse Childhood Experiences
  2. Preventing ACEs Training: Introductory Module
  3. Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): Leveraging the Best Available Evidence

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