This ECHO-Chicago series will train community-based workforce development professionals to assess and address ACEs and implement trauma-informed practices to improve overall well-being of their clients living in Chicago through ECHO-Chicago’s innovative workforce development model for expanding primary care capacity in under-served communities. It will lead to a greater coordination of services in primary care in order to keep patients healthy and connected to healthcare when necessary, leading to improved patient experience and improved health outcomes.
Topics for Case-Based Learning and Discussion Include:
Licensed Social Worker at University of Chicago
Assistant Director of Inclusion & Training at University of Chicago