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Balancing ACES with HOPE (Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences) [ webinar recording]
August 27, 2020

In this webinar, we will explore how positive childhood experiences can mitigate the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) on health outcomes, promote resilience, and open new and exciting avenues for promoting health in children and adults. This session will provide attendees with the knowledge to apply HOPE at individual, family, community, and societal levels to prevent adversity, support resilience, and promote healing and health equity-based upon Positive Childhood Experiences.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain how HOPE is supported by brain science research
  • Discuss ways of balancing ACES with HOPE
  • Develop action steps based upon the Four Building Blocks of HOPE

Presenters:

Dina Burstein, MD, MPH, FAAP is the Healthy Outcomes for Positive Experiences (HOPE) Project Director at the Center for Community-Engaged Medicine. Dr. Burstein is an experienced physician, healthcare project designer, and leader with over twenty years of success in scientific research, grant writing, analysis, training, and clinical practice. Previously, Dr. Burstein was an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, directing injury prevention-focused community outreach programming and community-based research projects, as well as teaching and mentoring undergraduate, graduate, and medical students. Her aim is to enhance the well-being of individuals and the community by presenting and promoting programs while leveraging proficiency in research, care management, injury prevention, and clinical effectiveness.

Jeffrey Linkenbach, EdD, MA is the Founding Director & Research Scientist at The Montana Institute, who has developed national award-winning science-based programs to change norms. He is one of the co-developers of HOPE – Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences, and serves as a Co-Investigator at the HOPE Center in the Tufts University Medical School. He is recognized for his pioneering development of the Science of the Positive Framework and the Positive Community Norms Approach which are being utilized by tribal, federal, state and local organizations to achieve positive change and transformation around challenging issues such as child maltreatment, substance abuse, suicide, traffic safety, and community-engaged leadership.

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