Author Archives: innovating_education
How can we connect our patients to services without reporting them? Why do we assume that people who use drugs will subsequently abuse or neglect their children?
Were you aware of the history of the child welfare system? What about the racist origins of the child welfare system? If not, why do you think that is? What information in this video was new to you? Does this … Continue reading
Let’s think about what we do as health professionals, and what the systems we work for provide to people and to communities. What goals do you have in your own work with families affected by substance use and use disorder? … Continue reading
Everyone brings different experiences into their work with people who use drugs. Let’s reflect on our professional values and work in this area. How would you describe your professional values? What drew you to your profession? At its best, what … Continue reading
Emotions that may come up while navigating the issues related to drug use, birth, and child welfare reporting. Healthcare professionals have reported feelings of guilt, shame, sadness, and confusion. Healthcare professionals have also reported feeling confident about their reporting decisions. … Continue reading
In this video, Tanya Pellegrini, Senior Counsel with the Lawyering Project, focuses on how the Jackson Women’s Health Organization v. Dobbs decision impacts abortion access in the United States. Pellegrini, T. Jackson Women’s Health Organization v. Dobbs. Vimeo. https://vimeo.com/827344847/7a29e8b69a. Published … Continue reading