You can find complete continuing education information on pages 16-17 of the ISTSS Final Program or click here.
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The ISTSS Annual Meeting provides a forum for sharing research,clinical strategies, public policy concerns and theoretical formulations on trauma. It is an international assembly of professionals and students representing an array of disciplines including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, counselors, researchers, administrators, victim advocates, journalists, clergy and others with an interest in the study and treatment of traumatic stress.
Speakers are strongly requested to avoid unnecessary jargon and to make their work and its implication to the traumatic stress field as accessible as possible to those who do not share their particular perspective and type of scientific approach. This is designed to facilitate increased understanding of what different types of researchers (e.g., basic scientists, clinical researchers) focusing on different types of traumatic stressors (e.g., child maltreatment, disasters, terrorism, war) using different research methods and perspectives (e.g., epidemiology, genetics, psychosocial, psychobiological) have found as well as what the implications of their work are for the traumatic stress field.
Our aspirational goal is to establish a jargon-free zone in which experts maximize communication of their work, findings and implications in a way that facilitates understanding and cross-fertilization among researchers, clinicians and policymakers from other perspectives.
Participants of the ISTSS Annual Meeting will be able to:
- Discuss innovations in practice or research methods that have contributed to improved care for underserved trauma-exposed populations.
- Identify ways that workers in the field of traumatic stress can improve access to services for trauma-exposed persons.
- Describe ways that innovations in conceptualization, research methods, and practices help clinicians to “tailor” treatments to groups or individuals.