Ex. shared decision making with patients.

Ex. shared decision making with patients.
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A trauma-informed approach in the human service field assumes that most individuals have experienced trauma in the past. Trauma-informed care (TIC) recognizes that people may experience symptoms as a result of trauma and acknowledges that trauma may have a significant impact on an individual’s life. This includes recognizing the role that service staff may play in assisting those affected by trauma. In my organization our mission is to “improve the health and well-being of those we serve. Our team members and physicians are focused on doing what’s right for our community.” One of the central tenets of this philosophy is changing the way we view ourselves. Instead of thinking of ourselves as something that is wrong, we should start thinking of ourselves as something that is capable of greatness. What ensued after you experienced the traumatic event? (Carlock, 2022). In our organization Trauma aware is Safety: a physical Ex. is the painting safe? Can they patients’ trip or fall? physiological Ex. Can be if you are in a meeting do and you present an idea that is going to be respected? Do our patient and clients feel like they have a voice? Trauma responsive is the Collaboration and mutuality: Ex. everyone has a role to play in TIC. Trauma sensitive is Trustworthiness and transparency: building trust with the staff and patients. Ex. Having a welcoming receptionist to feel valued. Trauma informed is to Empower, voice and choice. Ex. shared decision making with patients. Adopting this compassionate approach is not through any one technique or checklist, but rather through a cultural change at the organizational level.
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