New Journal Article from the IPH Center: Creating the Necessary Infrastructure for a Trauma-Informed System of Care for Children and Youth
In the new article published by Frontiers in Psychology publication, Dr. John S. Lyons and Dr. April D. Fernando explore the importance of trauma-informed care and the steps to creating
If you’ve ever had the passion to network with like-minded individuals, share your ideas, and elevate your understanding of the diverse facets of TCOM, this is your golden opportunity!
Child Protection Professionals Day serves as a powerful reminder of the critical role child protection professionals play in our society.
The child welfare system has decades of established principles and practices that help guide how we engage with families. In an effort to get staff to adhere to a set
Have you ever wondered where in the world is our TCOM community? We have created this map that will serve as a central hub where users can discover the various
Collaborative. It’s a great adjective. Four syllables. Easy to say. Makes me feel good saying it. But, what does it mean to be collaborative? How do I make it real?
You Can Never Go Home Again: Planning for Reunification from Residential Treatment – An eQIP Live Event
Announcing The Next eQIP Live Event You Can Never Go Home Again: Planning for Reunification from Residential Treatment Thursday, June 22, 2023, 3 PM (EST) Watch the Live Event About
A question for the ages. There are many answers to this question, and often, it depends upon the discipline of study: for example, philosophy, anthropology, sociology, and psychology just to
Behind the Blue Podcast:
The Center for Innovation in Population Health
On this episode of “Behind the Blue,” Dr. Cull and Dr. Lindsey discuss the center’s mission and goals, the benefit for agencies that rely upon this type of crossover information, how the College of Public Health hopes to utilize the center to improve upon social determinants of health in the population, and more.
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