Hello, I'm curious where I can find research on trauma-informed care that comes from a non-white perspective. Can someone recommend bodies or work, websites, studies, or individuals that I can explore? Thank you.
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Thank you Alison! I have read Dr. Burke Harris's book. The foundation of her book, though is still based in the original ACEs study which was predominantly white subjets and interpreted through a white lens. My Grandmother's Hands sound like a great resource. Thank you.
It's a real problem in research! We (me and @Jenna Quinn (ACEs Connection Staff)) had someone give a guest lecture about this problem in our social epidemiology class last fall. I'll find his name. He's doing really great work at Harvard.
Jonathan Jackson, PhD, is the director of the Community Access, Recruitment, and Engagement (CARE) Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. CARE investigates the impact of diversity and inclusion on the quality of human subjects research and leverages deep community entrenchment to build trust and overcome barriers to clinical trial participation. His research focuses on midlife and late-life health disparities in clinical settings that affect underserved populations. Dr. Jackson also works as a cognitive neuroscientist, investigating the early detection of Alzheimer disease, particularly in the absence of overt memory problems. He has become a well-known representative to underserved communities and dozens of affiliated organizations, particularly regarding participation in clinical research. Dr. Jackson serves on the leadership team of several organizations focused on community health, and has written guidance for local, statewide, and national groups on research access, engagement, and recruitment.
Dr. Shawn Ginwright's work might also be of interest. https://medium.com/@ginwright/...agement-634f557ce69c
Hi Jessica! The Philadelphia ACEs Survey was developed in 2012/2013 to expand on the original 1998 study and included a more diverse (socioeconomically, racially, ethnically, etc) population. They identified an additional 5 ACEs. Here's a link with more information: https://www.philadelphiaaces.o...ladelphia-ace-survey