Creating Ethical Trauma Informed Institutions For Clinicians
Hospital cultures may impede the creation of a family centered response to pediatric trauma care. Not every environment supports the healthcare worker in their own internal health and wellbeing. This presentation describes opportunities for every professional to create the necessary internal tools while suggesting some external vectors of trauma informed care.
Suggested Domain: Ethics
1) Understanding what a trauma informed medical institution could be.
2) Learning personal stress management techniques that impact personal performance.
3) Suggestions on creating a greater trauma informed environment despite the surrounding culture.
Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg
Founder & Global Director
Kids Kicking Cancer
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Wayne State University School of Medicine Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg, who holds a First Degree Black Belt in the Korean art of Choi Kwon Do, first provided a therapeutic martial arts program at Camp Simcha, where he served as the Director from 1990 to 2002.
Having lost his first child to leukemia at the age of 2 years, Rabbi Goldberg brings a wealth of personal experience and sensitivity to dealing with children and families facing life-threatening illness. His commitment to ease the pain of very sick children and his dream of bringing healing through the empowering focus of the martial arts resulted in the creation of the Kids Kicking Cancer organization in June, 1999.
Rabbi Goldberg, was a recipient of the Robert Wood Johnson Community Health Leader's Award (2004) and the McCarty Cancer Foundation's Humanitarian of the Year Award (2004). He is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Wayne State University School of Medicine. Rabbi Goldberg received his BA from Yeshiva University, summa cum laude. Ordination and graduate training were also at Yeshiva University.
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