Where Wellness Meets Education, Innovation & Collaboration
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— Pediatrician and training attendee
"I need my own personal Dr. Stoeber!"
Re-Set Your Practice
Transform Your Interactions with Patients
Learn Practical Tools from Other Providers
Earn up to 15 credits of CME*
**Joint Providership by the Oregon Medical Association
PRE-CONFERENCE - may 12TH FROM 6PM TO 8PM
Come for an evening to learn about how far we've come with ACEs research in the past 20 years. Find out how trauma affects specific populations such as children in foster care, medically complex patients, patients with substance abuse disorders, and disproportionality of ACES in minority populations.
Discuss the current climate of Social Determinants of Health Screening in Oregon and how ACEs screening fits into the goals of Coordinated Care Organizations 2.0
Find out how other physicians are documenting adversities & intervention in the EHR and using new screening measures to uncover and address ACEs. Let's have a transparent discussion about insights and barriers when screening for social determinants of health.
How does trauma present in children? What's the latest research telling us? This part of our day will focus on how to spot the signs and symptoms of trauma with patients and families in the exam room.
We will use case study to practice exam-room dialogue so that you can infuse fresh, impactful, connection-building, and empowering language into your interactions with patients and your team.
Compassion-Informed Care in Action!
Day 1 - may 13th from 8:30am to 4:15pm
At the end of day one, we'll begin to pull together what we've learned so far by beginning to discuss features of resilience. Learn the 7 C's of Resilience and how to begin conversations in your clinic. Also, discuss how implementing these practices will begin to transform the culture of your practice.
Wrap It Up!
Learn about how Diabetes Type I affects vulnerable populations and how medical leaders are building resilience into treating Diabetes Type I. Dr. Gene Nicholson from Kaiser will share valuable insights on Building Resilience in Patients with Diabetes.
You're the most important ingredient - we will work in small groups and pairs to collaborate and hone these intervention skills while also extending these concepts to bolster your own resilience.
It's Really About You!
Learn and practice 3-5 minute, trauma-informed, efficacious interventions that can be used during appointments.
Resilience On the Fly
Day 2 - May 14th from 8:30am to 4:15pm*
Let's chat about tough cases. Our wrap-up will use case study to pull our 2 days together. If you have particular cases to focus on - let's tackle those first!
Wrap It Up!
*Optional Wine Reception afterwards
The Allison Inn and Spa in Newberg - The Allison is beautiful and romantic. And Jory Restaurant is a favorite of mine!
Airbnb - Check out these listings: “Wine Country Spa House” or “Modern Newberg Farmhouse Retreat”
Holiday Inn Express Wine Country - If you call and say that you are with the “Transforming Primary Care” conference group, you’ll receive 15% off your stay!
Target Audience: Physicians, Mid-level providers, and Behavioral Health Professionals
Location: The Farm, Newberg, OR 97132
Cost: $699 for 2-Days, $150 for Optional Pre-Conference
Light Breakfast and Lunch
Direct Instruction - Dr. Amy will provide curriculum overview on trauma, resilience, and efficacious interventions.
Expert Insight - Learn from other providers about how they are utilizing screening tools for ACES and resilience-building strategies in their practices.
Small Groups - Practice interventions within a small group setting. Multiple opportunities to collaborate and consult on cases.
Resources - Get access to handouts and resources to take back to your practices. PDFs & scripts included.
Morning “Wellness Walk” around Dr. Amy’s farm on Day 1 and Optional Yoga on Day 2.
Providers will understand how trauma manifests through behavior.
Providers will understand how trauma presents itself from the perspective of neurobiology – that structural brain changes are an adaptive process as a result of trauma.
Providers will gain understanding in how resilience mitigates the effects of trauma.
Providers will gain understanding and practical tools around efficacious resilience interventions that can be used in office.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the Joint Providership of the Oregon Medical Association (OMA) and Amy Stoeber, PhD, LLC. The OMA is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The Oregon Medical Association designated this live activity for a maximum of 15 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
- Pediatrician and training attendee
"This training was the most valuable CME experience I have ever had, hands down."