LEARN HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY TRANSFORM YOUR CULTURE OF CARE
Caring Essentials and Mary Coughlin have partnered with individual clinicians, NICU teams, hospitals and healthcare systems in North America and the European Union – hospitals and healthcare systems committed to excellence in quality and patient safety grounded in the consistently reliable provision of trauma-informed, patient and family centered care - all have achieved measurable success.
Understand where your current practices are regarding trauma-informed care; this will inform and guide your journey!
The concept of trauma-informed care is new for neonatal and pediatric clinicians; we don't know what we don't know!
Educate & Inspire
Learn the 'why' of trauma-informed care; understand the short-term and long-term implications of toxic stress in early life
Join the Discussion
Become part of an international tribe of change makers, sharing strategies and lessons learned
Learn by doing, testing your ideas for change to adopt and implement best practices in trauma-informed care
Share Your Experiences
Everyone is searching for a better way, for better practices in trauma-informed, age-appropriate care. Publish and present your work!
“Mary understands how difficult it is to make behavioral changes in units that struggle with the fragility of life. The technical environment and protocols for safety are certainly needed, but still, she shows how behavior and consistency are fundamental for the baby needs.”
Dr Annick LE BRUN Chef de Clinique Adjoint Brussels, Belgium
“Mary Coughlin is one of the most inspirational leaders and change-makers I have ever encountered. She listens to your dreams, quickly points out the key factors that you should work on to make them happen and then starts providing you with tools so you can make the changes happen, keeping you in check with the goals you established but setting you free once you are stronger, so the merit of what you accomplish will be yours.”
Ana Garcia, Chief Nurse, CHLC – Pólo Maternidade Dr. Alfredo da Costa
“Mary approaches her expertise with such a tremendous respect not only for her fellow professionals but also for the tiniest and most vulnerable humans of whom she serves. You simply cannot help but view the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit differently and strive to serve your patients more empathically and with greater care after you hear her speak.”
Miriam Erdosi, Associate Director of Program Services March of Dimes, CA Chapter