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Home Visiting Intake

These videos present two intake sessions, one that is intentionally dramatized and not informed by HOPE (we know that all of our home visiting friends are incredibly empathetic) and another that utilizes the HOPE framework. HOPE Research Assistant Loren McCullough…

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Postpartum depression screen: HOPE-informed Encounter

Dr. Baraka Floyd, HOPE collaborator, co-presenter, and Clinical Assistant Professor, Stanford University School of Medicine created a similar series of videos. Dr. Floyd demonstrates encounters with a mock patient, to discuss a Post-Partum Depression screen, with and without a HOPE-informed…

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Teen substance use screen: HOPE-informed Encounter

Here we present three videos — one showing a traditional approach to a first encounter between a physician and patient, the second showing a HOPE-informed approach to the same encounter, and a third with the actress who played the part…

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PCE and Adult Mental Health

In this video, Dr. Sege presents the results of his study published in September, 2019 about the negative lifelong health effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the protective/buffering lifelong effects of Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs).

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HOPE: Phinneus Gauge and Rebuilding the Brain

HOPE (Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences) educational modules presented by Dr. Sege, produced by the Tufts Clinical Translational Science Institute. To see all the videos in this series playlist, click on the icon that appears to the right of "Share"…

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