The course will provide basic foundational knowledge from trauma research and practitioners’ expertise about the adverse cognitive, social-emotional, behavioral, and health outcomes on children and youth who experience trauma. The course will incorporate principles of interprofessional education, which focuses on helping students in the professions work collaboratively in generalist and specialty practice roles. Students will prepare for interprofessional and team-based approaches to prevention and intervention strategies in schools and others systems that serve children and families. A key focus will be applying new knowledge about trauma to better perceive trauma’s effects on children in the school setting and to develop strategies to assess their trauma-related needs, making use of teacher, social worker, and nurse roles.
MSW STUDENTS - WATCH YOUR EMAIL FOR MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON AS TO THE PROCESS TO ENROLL IN THIS CLASS
For possible permission to register the following form must be submitted:
This is a hybrid course which means that you will have a combination of web-based class sessions and face to face class sessions. All pre-learning work must be complete prior to the required in person workshop on July 20.
Outside of Class Pre-learning Work: 6/17/19 - 7/19/19
All Day Workshop: 7/20/19
Outside of Class Post-work: 7/22/19-7/27/19
This course will meet in person, in class on July 20 at 426 North Ingalls Building room 1000.
|Semester:||Spring / Summer 2019|
|Instructor:||Beth A. Sherman|
|U-M Class #:||63604|
This course is not taught within the SSW building.
|X:||Social Work is the home department of this course|
|H:||Hybrid - a combination of web-based and face to face in person sessions|
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106