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Join us on November 30 to learn how to meaningfully engage trauma survivors and develop policies that support them at the state and local levels.

Cherene Caraco, Executive Director of the Promise Resource Network, and William Kellibrew, an international advocate for trauma survivors, each experienced traumatic life events as children that changed the trajectory of their lives and helped inform careers dedicated to helping others heal. Both Cherene and William now work with policymakers and trauma survivors to develop networks of support and advocate for trauma-responsive policies across sectors and systems. Join this session to learn about concrete and actionable strategies to effectively involve people with lived experience in policymaking and program implementation.

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Studies have shown that adverse childhood experiences and traumatic events can have a lasting, negative impact on a person’s health and well-being. This training is designed to help you develop the unique skills needed to support individuals who have experienced adverse childhood experiences and traumatic events.

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Join Dr. Scott Sells to learn:

  • How interactional trauma is formed and what to do about it
  • What are love languages and why are they so critical to your treatment success
  • How to quickly locate love languages and incorporate them into treatment
  • Intensive Q & A with Dr. Sells will follow this discussion

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As the elections approach, political rancor has heightened. What do we do about all our crazy family and friends spouting talking points "from the other side"? Sometimes it feels like they are talking nonsense. Join Coach Meri for this FREE 30-min webinar as we explore how Cultural Resilience can be an essential tool for bridging the political divide and can heal the partisan wounds we might be carrying from those close to us.


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The Foremost Precision Medicine Conference

  • Gathering recognized leaders, top global researchers and medical professionals, plus innovators across healthcare and biotechnology sectors
  • Showcasing latest practical content that helps close the knowledge gap among different sectors
  • Promoting cross-functional fertilization & collaboration to accelerate Precision Medicine
  • Main Tracks and Showcases (7 Total) that provide a mix of established and upcoming perspectives
  • Luminary and Pioneer Award Ceremony honoring those who transform health care by advancing precision medicine in the clinic

There is a registration fee for this event.


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The Positive Culture Framework is an approach based on our research about improving health and safety in communities and organizations. The framework builds on shared values and beliefs that already exist in a culture to improve health and safety. It addresses key skills (the how), steps in a process (the what), and the context for doing the work (the where).

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Heart disease remains the number one cause of death in the United States and around the world. In addition to known risk factors for heart disease, family history plays an important role. In the past decade, major advances have occurred at the intersection of genomics, heart disease and public health. Familial hypercholesterolemia (FH), a genetic disorder of cholesterol metabolism affecting millions of people, has emerged as public health genomics priority for preventing premature morbidity and mortality from heart disease. In addition, elevated lipoprotein (a) (Lp(a)) increases the risk of coronary heart disease, occur in 1 in 5 people, have a strong genetic basis, and accentuate the cardiovascular risk from FH and other risk factors.

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Julianne McCall, PhD
Julianne McCall is Co-Director of the California Initiative to Advance Precision Medicine at OPR.