Collaboration to Inform Care

Being informed means gathering the facts of a situation or gaining knowledge and information on a topic.

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Being informed means gathering the facts of a situation or gaining knowledge and information on a topic. This definition also suggests interaction with something outside of one’s self to assist in becoming informed. For example, if you wanted to inform yourself on healthy eating, you might consult a cookbook or hire a nutritionist. You could visit the grocery store or read a blog on healthy choices. All of these actions would help you gather facts and information on healthy eating.

This concept can be applied to informed care. If we are to inform our care and practice, we must seek information and collaboration with others.

In your initial post, describe a person, resource, or organization that you will need to collaborate with to support your practice of trauma-informed care. Include details of how this collaboration will support your practice.

In your response post, suggest one more person, resource, or organization that you think will be beneficial to your peer. Include a rationale for how this resource will support your peer’s practice of informed care.

Answer preview Being informed means gathering the facts of a situation or gaining knowledge and information on a topic.

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