Stigma, Bias, and Trauma-Informed Care Training

PNQIN is partnering with the Brigham & Women's C.A.R.E Clinic Team to offer virtual stigma, bias, and trauma-informed care training to reduce stigma and bias in care for patients experiencing substance use disorder.
Each Zoom training session is 2 hours long and contains presentation content, action plan building, case discussion, and at raining evaluation.
PNQIN has applied for CEU credits for this training, and there is no maximum number of providers from your site who can attend.

 

Please email PNQIN Admin (pnqinadmin@pnqinma.org) if you are interested in taking this training.
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A cooperative voluntary program involving Massachusetts maternity facilities and key perinatal stakeholders, designed to promote the sharing of best practices of care.