We have provided some resources which you may find helpful. Information on the full range of our services is available here on the website and to find out more about our organisation you can watch a short video:
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National Trauma Training Project

NHS Education for Scotland has been commissioned to deliver the National Trauma Training project as part of the Scottish Government Survivor Scotland Strategic Outcomes and Priorities 2015-2017. The overarching goal is to support the strategic planning and delivery of training for those who have contact with survivors of trauma across all parts of the Scottish Workforce.
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Developing Your Trauma Skilled Practice

Developing Your Trauma Skilled Practice
NES Scotland e-module “Developing Your Trauma Skilled Practice” is now available. In line with the Trauma Skilled practice level of the Scottish Transforming Psychological Trauma Framework, Developing Your Trauma Skilled Practice is designed to increase learners’ understanding of traumatic events and the different ways that people can be affected by them and to help learners recognise where the impact of trauma might influence their work with people affected by trauma.

There are 5 learning units plus assessment and the module is designed to take 1-2 hours to complete. If you are registered with Turas Learn, you can log-in to the module using this link:
Developing Your Trauma Skilled Practice

If you do not have an account, it is simple and free to register using this link:
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COVID-19 specific Psychological First Aid (PFA) eLearning module on Turas

The National Trauma Training team has been focussing on collating and developing psychological resources in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. A significant part of this work has been developing a COVID-19 specific Psychological First Aid (PFA) eLearning module on Turas. PFA is based on a set of principles that we know help people to cope with and recover from ongoing situations like those arising from COVID-19. The module is designed to teach the principles of PFA to anyone who is delivering health or social care in order to allow them to effectively deliver PFA throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The other resources provided on the website link above provide links to helpful documents and other webpages which focus on self-care, resilience and wellbeing in healthcare staff. This website will continue to be updated.
Psychological First Aid (PFA)

Focus on Survivors Report

The Focus On Survivors report, by Emma Bond, Fiona Ellis and Jenny McCusker, reveals some really interesting insight and perspective from some incredibly brave adult survivors of childhood
sexual abuse. The full report is available to read here but please be take care when reading it. If you have been affected by sexual abuse this may trigger some painful feelings.
Focus Survivors Report

Surviving Well

Useful information for health professionals working with people who have been sexually abused. Provided courtesy of Wellbeing Scotland, whom we thank for their consent to share on our resource section.

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