At this time, there are no reliable and valid measures of trauma-informed care. For this reason, we are working on an instrument to measure staff beliefs related to TIC. When finished, this could be used to measure such things as the extent to which a school or agency is trauma-informed or the outcome of trauma-informed change interventions.
We need your help. We need as many health and education professionals as possible to participate in a brief online survey. The online survey takes 20-30 minutes and has been approved by the Tulane University Institutional Review Board. All participants who complete the online survey will have the option to enter their name into a raffle. After the study is over, four participants will be randomly selected to win a $25 giftcard to Barnes & Noble.
If you are interested in participating, please click on the appropriate link below.
Please also distribute to other listservs or to health care and education providers in your agencies.
I work in HEALTH CARE or HUMAN SERVICES: https://qtrial.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_9vGkmqaAckMxbiB
I work in EDUCATION: https://qtrial.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6hAQFLH7cssAh9j
Thanks in advance for your help.
Steve Brown, Psy.D.
Director, Traumatic Stress Institute
Coordinator, Risking Connection Training Program
Courtney N. Baker, Ph.D.
Research and Methodology Consultant, Risking Connection Training Program