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Re: ACEs in Pediatrics Thoughts on Toxic Stress

Former Member ·
I actually mean in the pediatric clinic we are receiving requests to join performance improvement projects in our office on issues that are actually the result of toxic stress but I was asking "How do we get our colleagues to better understand that addressing toxic stress may actually be the most effective way to positively affect all these health care outcomes?"
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Re: ACOG Policy Statements on Drug Use During Pregnancy and what Is Actually Happening in the Real World

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COMMITTEE OPINION: Opioid Abuse, Dependence, and Addiction in Pregn... Obstet Gynecol. 2012 May;119(5):1070-6. doi: 10.1097/AOG.0b013e318256496e. ACOG Committee Opinion No. 524: Opioid abuse, dependence, and addiction in pregnancy. ACOG Committee on Health Care for Underserved Women ; American Society of Addiction Medicine . Abstract Opioid use in pregnancy is not uncommon, and the use of illicit opioids during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of adverse outcomes. The current...
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Re: ACOG Policy Statements on Drug Use During Pregnancy and what Is Actually Happening in the Real World

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ACOG Policy Statement on the Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs During Pregnancy Committee on Health Care for Underserved Women Number 538, October 2012 (Reaffirmed 2014) Below is the Link to the Complete ACOG Committee Statement: Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs During Pregnancy T he 4 P's of Screening Mothers for Drug use During Pregnancy P arents: Did any of your parents have a problem with alcohol or other drug use? P artner: Does your partner have a problem with alcohol or drug...
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Re: ACOG Policy Statements on Drug Use During Pregnancy and what Is Actually Happening in the Real World

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State Policies on Substance Use During Pregnancy as of July 1, 2014 From: GUTTMACHER INSTITUTE STATE POLICIES IN BRIEF The above guidelines give the requirements of each state regarding policies on Substance use during pregnancy. Substance Abuse Reporting and Pregnancy: The Role of the Obstetrician-Gynecologist (ACOG Policy Statement) Number 473, January 2011 (Reaffirmed 2014) Committee on Health Care for Underserved Women Abstract: Drug enforcement policies that deter women from seeking...
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Re: Resources You Provide to Parents to Reduce Adversity (and maybe screen time)...

Kim Ander ·
Here are some of my favorite free resources that I share with the families that I work with. From the Everything I need to Know, I Learned from Watching Sesame Street department, this site has apps, videos, and activities for parents and kids to help through challenging things like having an incarcerated parent, dealing with divorce, bullying, or just going to bed. Available in English and Spanish. http://www.sesamestreet.org/parents/topicsandactivities/toolkits/challenges#0 From a...
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Re: The use of ACE scores for individuals

Laura Shamblin ·
Have you joined the website NPPC ACEs? They have links to most of the relevant research there. I think your question shows a bit of a difference in thinking from those who are using ACEs screening. It is not as simple as an ACE of 4 needing a referral. That would be simple. It is possible that a person with an ACE of 6 has a good relationship with a caregiver, feels safe most of the time, has good school and church support, and no current medical or mental health issues. They don't currently...
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ACEs-Savvy ADULT Primary Care Doc in Oakland or Richmond Kaiser?

Anna Runkle ·
Hi there -- I'm posting here on Ped community at the suggestion of a colleague who says this may be best way to find an adult primary care doc at Kaiser. I'm a passionate advocate for ACEs awareness, and a high-ACE-score kid who writes about childhood trauma. I'm also a Kaiser member in the Oakland/Richmond area, and I'm looking for a primary care doc who REALLY knows his/her stuff about emerging ACEs science. Happily, I am healthy today, but the health problems I've had in the past have...
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ACOG Policy Statements on Drug Use During Pregnancy and what Is Actually Happening in the Real World

Former Member ·
As many health care professions are aware there is a growing epidemic in the United States of pregnant woman who are using drugs during their pregnancy.  In rural areas of the United States, there may be no doctors to care for these mothers which...
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Can Trauma-Informed Mermaids Help Children & Families? (New Kids Book Series)

Sarah E Clark ·
Dear ACEs in Pediatrics Community, We just launched a new trauma-informed children's book series called Venus and Her Fly Trip . The series has been developed in collaboration with therapists, educators, parents and healers and is designed to promote mental/social/emotional health, body positivity and imaginative play in kids 4-10 , with the ultimate goal of preventing self-hatred. I would greatly value hearing the feedback of the ACEs community on this endeavor, and welcome your ideas for...
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Does a history of ACEs correspond with poorly controlled Diabetes?

Dr Warren Larkin ·
Dear Colleagues, I am working with a group of primary care doctors in England who specialise in Diabetes management. We have a hypothesis that emotional distress associated with higher ACE scores will lead to poorly controlled diabetes due to the use of food as a way of coping with emotional distress. Has anyone got any advice, experience they can share or can anyone point me towards academic papers that explore this theme? Many thanks and best wishes Dr Warren Larkin Dr Warren Larkin...
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Laneita: Two pediatricians who know and work with families, are professors and work on community capacity building as well as the medical intervention are: Dr. Claudia Gold http://claudiamgoldmd.com/child_in_mind.html https://www.acesconnection.com/...ce-informed-practice Dr. Renée Boynton-Jarrett https://www.vitalvillage.org/about/staff https://acestoohigh.com/2016/0...nee-boynton-jarrett/ Also, Donna Jackson Nakazaw a is a science writer and knows a lot about benefits/struggles of...
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Re: ACEs-Savvy ADULT Primary Care Doc in Oakland or Richmond Kaiser?

Mike Flaningam ·
Anna, I hope it's not too weird for me to reply to this two years later, and that it's OK for me to use this forum. I came across your post while doing a web search for another ACEs Connection issue. I'm curious, for several reasons if you ended up finding an ACEs-informed PCP in either of those Kaisers. I'm an internist in the Sutter system, now in Sacramento, but who grew up in Oakland, and whose dad spent his career working as an internist at Kaiser Oakland. I have become consumed with...
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Re: ACE's questionnaire in Pediatric emergency room

Jayne Ness ·
I'm a pediatric neurologist at University of Alabama at Birmingham and Children's of Alabama. ACEs in the Peds ED: I've discussed ACE screening with some of my Peds ED colleagues (and there's interest) but that's as far as we've gotten.... ACE screening elsewhere: Is anyone doing ACEs in sub-specialty pediatrics? I am looking for help on "best practices" in this setting. Over the past few months I have been informally asking an unscientific sample of my parents in Peds Neurology clinic to...
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Re: ACE's questionnaire in Pediatric emergency room

Former Member ·
I’m kind of bad here because I didn’t read your entire reply but this area of somatic complaints and concerns over behavioral problems like ADHD - is really where I started asking the ACE questions mixed in with a bunch of other psychosocial questions - and the ACEs were always very high. I’ve been doing this since at least 2004. Rahil Briggs is awesome in this area as is NBHarris and they have a webinar coming up in a few days on integrating this into care. For Neurology - chronic...
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Re: Seeking trauma-informed medical care

Veronique Mead ·
Dear Chris, I just saw your request and that you posted this question perhaps a year ago. Seeing no other comments I wanted to check in to see if you've found good care with someone who can connect well with your wife. I was once a family doctor and ended up retraining as a trauma therapist and specializing in chronic illness. If additional support is helpful I'd suggest your wife get support for healing some of these effects of trauma she has around events from childhood as they could make...
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