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The Transformational Impact of HOPE

The Transformational Impact of HOPE

HOPE changes the way service providers engage with children and families Educators and caregivers can foster emotional well being, growth, and resilience, contributing to a fulfilling and balanced adulthood by providing positive childhood experiences. HOPE (Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences)…

Steps Towards Equity in Research

Steps Towards Equity in Research

The need to promote health equity in clinical translational research This paper published in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science, written by Robert Sege, MD, PhD, Director of the HOPE National Resource Center, and Danielle Laraque-Arena, explores how clinical…

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Child Physical Abuse Did Not Increase During the Pandemic

Child Physical Abuse Did Not Increase During the Pandemic HOPE suggests that providers identify, celebrate, and promote positive childhood experiences. In this paper, published in the American Medical Association’s journal, JAMA Pediatrics, Bob Sege and Allison Stephens do just that.…

Four building blocks of HOPE: Relationships, Environment, Engagement, Emotional Growth

Transforming Practice with HOPE

Transforming Practice with HOPE This paper describes the growing evidence that supports the health effects of positive childhood experiences, and uses these insights to promote HOPE: a paradigm shift that will incorporate the identification, celebration, and support of PCEs as…

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Reasons for HOPE (Sege, 2021)

Reasons for HOPE (Sege, 2021) This article discusses the ways pediatricians benefit from adopting the HOPE framework in their practice. Focusing on identifying the strengths of families during the COVID-19 pandemic, promoting resilience for families and developing an antiracist approach…

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