Providers seeking CME/CE and MOC credits* must complete a separate activity evaluation in order to request CME/CE certificate. Those seeking MOC credits must also successfully complete the post-test with a score of 75% and higher. Please follow CME/MOC instructions available on ACEsAware.org.
- The physiology of toxic stress and the biological changes that may be a pathway to clinical progression of chronic illness related to exposure to ACEs and toxic stress.
- Applying the physiology of toxic stress from the perspective of medical providers to directly address and treat ACE-Associated Health Conditions, such as asthma, in children.
- Using ACE screening and evidence-based interventions as part of their clinical practice to better care for their patients.
- Rachel Gilgoff, MD – ACEs Aware Clinical Advisor, Child Abuse Pediatrician, Fellow – Pediatric Integrative Medicine, Stanford University Medicine
- Neeta Thakur, MD, MPH – Assistant Professor, University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine
- R.J. Gillespie, MD, MHPE – The Children’s Clinic, Portland
Don’t forget, health care providers must take the online training and fill out an attestation form in order to receive Medi-Cal payment for ACE screenings.
The ACEs Aware Team