What if learning how Shakespeare wrote Hamlet could help you in writing papers, grants, or even to develop a treatment plan?

Flyer for IPH Center's Seminar, titled, "What IPH Learning how Shakespeare wrote Hamlet would help you in writing papers or grants or even developing a treatment plan?'. The event will be online using Zoom webinar February 18. 2021, from 2 pm to 3 pm EST.

In 2019, the TCOM group established the Center for Innovation in Population Health (IPH) at the University of Kentucky. We are proud to announce that through the IPH Center, we will be hosting a free seminar series, and encourage our TCOM Collaborative to attend. Stephen Wrentmore, a lecturer in the Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of Kentucky, has experience as a theatre director, writer, curator, academic, and change consultant. In the IPH Center’s very first seminar, he will be providing a unique perspective for clinicians: What if Learning How Shakespeare Wrote Hamlet Could… Read More

17th Annual TCOM Conference – Call for Proposals!

We invite all members of the international TCOM collaborative to submit proposals to present your work at this year’s TCOM Conference! For this year’s conference, we will be in Lexington, KY, where the TCOM Team is now based. We look forward to your proposals, and look forward to your attendance,

Project SAFESPACE, Part 2 of 2

Implementation and Goals This is Part 2 of the Project SAFESPACE post.    Project SAFESPACE has experienced many successes since its inception.  The child welfare and behavioral health community interact more frequently and acquired a better understanding of each other’s point of view about service provision.  Both communities have a more formal mechanism for communicating and collaborating with one another on a regular basis.  Staff conduct fidelity monitoring with both workers and providers.  Project staff deliver strong training to DCBS staff in conjunction with EKU.  Project staff workers conduct training together with… Read More