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Published: February 28, 2024

Why You Should Come to an ACEs Practice Inquiry Group

By Brent Sugimoto, MD, FAAFP

Why You Should Come to an ACEs Practice Inquiry Group

Have you wondered how to fit screening for ACEs into the care of your patients? Practice Inquiry Groups are explorations of case studies submitted by participants. You should come because it’s a chance to hear first hand how your colleagues in different settings are using #ACEs screening, and a chance to get ideas of how to make your practice more #traumainformed. It's a great chance to connect with family docs like you trying to better care for our most vulnerable patients.

In our first Practice Inquiry Group, the person responsible for ACEs screening in a local health system explained why they pulled back from universal screening. We deliberated over the value of universal screening and discussed the on-the-ground practicalities. Who gives the screen? When? To whom? How do we respond to a positive screen?

I hope to see you at one of the California Academy of Family Physicians remaining ACEs Practice Inquiry Groups this Thursday, February 29 or Thursday, March 14, from 6:30-8:30pm.

Register today at https://lnkd.in/gyEjaudk

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