Please read the case study and answer the questions listed below. Submit your responses in a word document.
Chapter 11 CASE STUDY (p. 551)
A health professional working at a mid-sized hospital identified a leadership opportunity to provide training to other hospital staff in trauma-informed care. The health professional works on an interdisciplinary team including occupational therapy, nursing, physical therapy, speech therapy, medicine, pharmacy, and social work among other disciplines. Team members come from a variety of backgrounds with a mix of newer practitioners and those who have years of experience. The health professional educator has some limited experience with lecturing but worries that team members might begin to lose interest during an hour-long presentation. From personal experience, the health professional knows that past presentations have often not been very engaging, typically with fifteen team members crammed into a small lunchroom. A major objective of the presentation will be preparing team members to begin to incorporate trauma-informed care into their work. The health professional considers how to support other team members in achieving this objective.