Presentation Title

Understanding the Impact of Adverse Childhood Experience

Primary Presenter Brief Bio

Dr. Kathy Anderson, MD, is a Pediatric Medicine specialist in Bismarck, North Dakota. She attended and graduated from University Of Hawaii John A. Burns School Of Medicine in 2009, having over 9 years of diverse experience, especially in Pediatric Medicine.Dr. Kathy Anderson also cooperates with other doctors and physicians in medical groups including Mid Dakota Clinic, Pc. Dr. Kathy Anderson accepts Medicare-approved amount as payment in full. Contact Dr. Kathy Anderson at 401 N 9th St Mid Dakota Clinic to request Dr. Kathy Anderson the information (Medicare information, advice, payment, ...) or simply to book an appointment.


Board Certifications

American Board of Pediatrics
American Board of Integrative Medicine

Professional Interests
Breastfeeding
Complementary and alternative medicine
International child health
Preventative medicine

Professional Memberships
American Academy of Pediatrics, Fellow (FAAP)
North Dakota Medical Association
Sixth District Medical Society

Faculty/Boards
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences

Education
Medical School
Brown University School of Medicine - Providence, RI

Residency (Pediatrics)
University of Hawaii at Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children – Honolulu, HI

Honors/Awards
Clerkship honors in pediatric medicine
Pediatrics Chairman's Book Award
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society (2012)

Type of Presentation

Regular Session

Location

Room 2909

Topic Category

Strand 3: Intentional Teaching Strategies

Targeted Age Group

Preschool, Kindergarten

Targeted Audience

Child Care Center

Brief Session Description

Stressful events that happen in the early years of development affect us in ways that last our entire lives. Science tells us that from birth, our brains are growing and adjusting to our environment. Concurrent advances in the NEAR sciences - Neuroscience, Epigenetics, ACE’s, and Resilience have given us, not only evidence that these statements are true, but also provide mechanisms by which traumatic, friendly, threatening or soothing experiences get wired into our biology. This presentation will review results of the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study, define the different types of stress including toxic stress, and describe how the fields of neuroscience and epigenetics have helped us understand the mechanisms by which toxic stress occurs and continue to inform ways of reducing toxic stress.

Full Session Description

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Start Date

23-1-2016 3:00 PM

End Date

23-1-2016 4:15 PM

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Jan 23rd, 3:00 PM Jan 23rd, 4:15 PM

Understanding the Impact of Adverse Childhood Experience

Room 2909

Stressful events that happen in the early years of development affect us in ways that last our entire lives. Science tells us that from birth, our brains are growing and adjusting to our environment. Concurrent advances in the NEAR sciences - Neuroscience, Epigenetics, ACE’s, and Resilience have given us, not only evidence that these statements are true, but also provide mechanisms by which traumatic, friendly, threatening or soothing experiences get wired into our biology. This presentation will review results of the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study, define the different types of stress including toxic stress, and describe how the fields of neuroscience and epigenetics have helped us understand the mechanisms by which toxic stress occurs and continue to inform ways of reducing toxic stress.