This is an impassioned plea for pediatric medicine to confront the prevention and treatment of trauma, head-on. There are similar issues societies are grappling with no matter gender, race, religion, nationality or economic standing? Who needs to take accountability? She is one of my heros. As a person with a doctorate in Psychology, I am so excited to hear this talk. … to hear about all your work & conclusions was so uplifting but in the next breathe deflating… as to hear yet again that it hasn’t been accepted more widely nor any programme ‘rolled’ out nationally let alone internationally… not many ‘listen’ or is it they don’t want to ‘hear’?…what will it take?… how many more need to suffer?… WHO will it take to turn the tide?… yes it needs mass movement… but when health systems are setup where one is ‘contesting’ to find ones place in the ‘order’ of who deserves most attention, it’s lands us against each other instead of being a unified force of those who are chronically ill, who deserve to be heard & are entitled to equitable attention. A conversation with CA Surgeon General Nadine Burke Harris, M.D., about ACEs and toxic stress July 06, 2020 Area(s) of Interest: Public Health Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) represent a … This unfolds across a lifetime, to the point where those who’ve experienced high levels of trauma are at triple the risk for heart disease and lung cancer. I am going to use it with educators and send to local pediatricians. Many more TED talks on prime time TV! It also revealed that ACEs were surprisingly common—almost two-thirds of respondents, part of the largely white, well-off sample, reported at least one ACE 19. Change ). Well then do the research, run programmes to help support… where is that action? It is largely misunderstood and minimized. Please feel free NOT to post or edit accordingly, I didn’t mean this to be essay! If I get lung cancer on top of everything else…I will find a way to pull that creep up from the grave and kill him . . Post was not sent - check your email addresses! In this 15-minute video, Dr Harris … I sometimes wonder who is denial? Childhood trauma isn’t something you just get over as you grow up. Now wait one minute! California Gov. In The Deepest Well Dr Burke Harris reveals the science behind childhood adversity and offers a new way of understanding the adverse events that affect us throughout our lifetime. This unfolds across a lifetime, to… Yet, it is critical to understand in order to help clients/patients heal and to interrupt the intergenerational transmission of abuse. Diplomatically, it comes down to those who are ‘ill’ versus those who are ‘healthy’. We have nothing to gain by recommending Dr Nadine Burke Harris's book - apart from the good feeling that we have done something worthwhile. Now the notion that I had/have actual changes to my body make total sense. How do you find a medical team to help you as an adult? California Department of Health Care Services released an All Plan Letter (APL). In this 16-minute TED Talk, pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris explains that the repeated stress of abuse, neglect and parents struggling with mental offers a new set of tools, based in science, that can help each of us heal ourselves, our children, and our world.”—Paul Tough, author of How Children Succeed “A powerful—even indispensable—frame to both understand and respond more effectively to our most serious social ills.”— Thanks Nadine, means a lot as I’ve a chronic disease since 17 (RA, an auto-immune disease) for which there also still now cure, & this is even more frustrating for patients as like anyone, we too seek causes for which ‘scientific medicine’ can’t answer me 30yrs on. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. It’s high time to break moulds & there is a need to broaden outlooks and look at ‘life balance’, let alone accountability of past actions! Schools need policies to deal with teachers who bully, Nadine Burke Harris: How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime ( Video ) • SJS, Lesson learned integrating ACEs science into health clinics: Staff first, THEN patients, San Mateo (CA) launches county initiative to tackle ACEs and build resilience, Tributes honor the life of Rep. Elijah Cummings of Baltimore. Just what will it take? For what is it to be ‘human’ after all? The ACE Questionnaire is free and is intended to be used solely for informational or educational purposes. I’m not forgetting those of you who trying otherwise, but when will it change? The TED talk has been pivotal in CYWs role as a national messenger of ACEs and toxic stress awareness. ( Log Out /  This has been a lifetime of struggle to get/feel well and healthy. Is it okay for society at large to live in this position? Childhood circumstances, and psychology related thereto? ( Log Out /  We recommend this book to everyone. You must register to use it. Those who are ‘healthy’ are in the fortunate position to have many more life choices than some of us! ACEs TEDMED talk by CYW Founder and CEO Dr. Nadine Burke Harris viewed 3 million+ times and used actively in training's, college curricula and continuing education programs. In 2008, after reading "The Relationship of Adverse Childhood Experiences to Adult Health: Turning Gold Into Lead," by Vincent J. Felitti, Burke Harris realized that her patients' traumatic experiences were having a negative impact on their present and future health. Don’t we all deserve to lead a ‘healthy, productive, pain free life – physically & mentally? Thank you for this excellent presentation. Yes! From Dr. Nadine Burke-Harris and Dr. Karen Mark. ACEs screening tool for children and adolescents The ACEs screening tool for children and adolescents was developed by Dr. Nadine Burke Harris for use in her clinic. ( Log Out /  (at least for me) as I’m loosing patience waiting for a ‘miracle’ cure (now too late as I have so many secondary issues). Dr. Nadine Burke Harris has spent much of her career alerting the medical community to health damage that adverse childhood experiences can … I’ve patiently done what medics have advised all these years, with no real headway as to ’cause’ & dealing with the ‘effects’ I’m tired of not knowing any different! Fabulous Ted Med talk! As California’s first Surgeon General, Dr. Nadine Burke Harris serves as a leading spokesperson on matters of public health, and has established early childhood, health equity and ACEs and toxic stress as … Pingback: Nadine Burke Harris: How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime ( Video ) • SJS. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. The TED talk has been pivotal in CYWs role as a national messenger of ACEs and toxic stress awareness. I’ve had this nagging ‘feeling’ that has been telling me to look back to childhood… I was on the cusp of child-adulthood when diagnosed… so logic alone should deduce this, & yes genetics too, but what else? Nadine Burke Harris: That refers to the 10 categories identified in the landmark 1998 study by Kaiser Permanente and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which include physical, emotional, and sexual abuse; physical I’ve tired so many different modalities to try and heal. These documents provide recommendations for Medi-Cal providers to mitigate the secondary negative health outcomes of the COVID-19 emergency: Childhood trauma isn’t something you just get over as you grow up. . This was such an eye opening talk. I have been teaching on this since ACE’s came out. ACEs TEDMED talk by CYW Founder and CEO Dr. Nadine Burke Harris viewed 3 million+ times and used actively in training's, college curricula and continuing education programs. I continue to educate myself about my disease & seek answers, but whenever I’ve tried raising ’cause/s’ with health professionals, it’s usually glossed over by saying it could well be however there is no conclusive evidence! ( Log Out /  In this 16-minute TED Talk, pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris explains that the repeated stress of abuse, neglect and parents struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues has real, tangible effects on the development of the brain. She spoke about her vision and her groundbreaking work to reduce adverse childhood experiences across the state during a speech at the UC San Francisco Parnassus Heights campus.