Seminar on routine enquiry to learn and share examples of practice in this area.
The Scottish Adverse Childhood Experiences (Aces) Hub (co-ordinated by NHS Health Scotland) held a seminar in June 2017 on routine enquiry to learn and share examples of practice in this area. The keynote presentation was from Dr Warren Larkin, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and
Clinical Lead,Department of Health on the Adverse Childhood Experiences Programme & Visiting Professor, The University of Sunderland, who gave a presentation on the REACh approach (Routine Enquiry about Adversity in Childhood) which he developed to support organisations to become more trauma-informed and to support professionals to routinely ask about adversity in their everyday practice. Other speakers included Dr Claire Fyvie, NHS Lothian, Katie Cosgrove, NHS Health Scotland, Pattie Santelices, Edinburgh City Council and Dr Sharon Doherty, NHS Education for Scotland.
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