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Learn to provide psychological first aid to people in an emergency by employing the RAPID model: Reflective listening, Assessment of needs, Prioritization, Intervention, and Disposition. Utilizing the RAPID model (Reflective listening, Assessment of needs, Prioritization, Intervention, and Disposition), this specialized course provides perspectives on injuries and trauma that are beyond those physical in nature. The RAPID model is readily applicable to public health settings, the workplace, the military, faith-based organizations, mass disaster venues, and even the demands of more commonplace critical events, e.g., dealing with the psychological aftermath of accidents, robberies, suicide, homicide, or community violence. In addition, the RAPID model has been found effective in promoting personal and community resilience. Participants will increase their abilities to: - Discuss key concepts related to PFA - Listen reflectively - Differentiate benign, non-incapacitating psychological/ behavioral crisis reactions from more severe, potentially incapacitating, crisis reactions - Prioritize (triage) psychological/ behavioral crisis reactions - Mitigate acute distress and dysfunction, as appropriate - Recognize when to facilitate access to further mental health support - Practice self-care Developed in collaboration with Johns Hopkins Open Education Lab....
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English

Sous-titres : English, Spanish, Russian, Ukrainian

Compétences que vous acquerrez

Psychological First AidReflective ListeningActive ListeningCrisis Intervention
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Approx. 6 heures pour terminer
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English

Sous-titres : English, Spanish, Russian, Ukrainian

Programme du cours : ce que vous apprendrez dans ce cours

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1 heure pour terminer

Introduction

In this first week, we have some materials to get you oriented, a pre-course survey, two lectures on history and terms and concepts and a simulated look at PFA in action....
Reading
4 vidéos (Total 41 min), 4 lectures
Video4 vidéos
Lecture 1: Terms and Concepts12 min
Lecture 2: Historical Context10 min
Full simulation video 15 min
Reading4 lectures
Welcome to Psychological First Aid10 min
Syllabus10 min
Pre-Course Survey10 min
The Johns Hopkins Guide to Psychological First Aid10 min

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Reflective Listening/Rapport

This week, we'll be looking more closely at the R component of our RAPID model. ...
Reading
5 vidéos (Total 32 min), 1 quiz
Video5 vidéos
Lecture 3: Reflective Listening & Rapport15 min
Lecture 4: How Reflective Listening Works11 min
Reflective Listening & Rapport Vignette A 1 min
Reflective Listening & Rapport Vignette B 2 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Modules 1 & 2 Quiz20 min

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Assessment and Prioritization

This week, we'll be looking more closely at the A and P components of our RAPID model. A stands for Assessment, and P stands for Prioritization. ...
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9 vidéos (Total 67 min), 1 quiz
Video9 vidéos
Lecture 5: Assessment of Needs19 min
Assessment Vignette A 1 min
Asessment Vignette B 5 min
Module 4 Introduction 2 min
Lecture 6: Prioritization12 min
Beyond the Ashes 23 min
Prioritization Vignette A 1 min
Prioritization Vignette B min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Modules 3 & 4 Quiz20 min

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Intervention and Disposition

This week, we'll be looking more closely at the I and D components of our RAPID model in Lectures 7 and 8, respectively. I stands for Intervention, and D stands for Disposition. ...
Reading
9 vidéos (Total 34 min), 1 quiz
Video9 vidéos
Lecture 7: Intervention12 min
Intervention Vignette A 1 min
Intervention Vignette B 1 min
Module 6 Introduction 1 min
Lecture 8: Disposition9 min
Disposition Vignette A min
Disposition Vignette B min
Follow-Up Vignette 4 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Modules 5 & 6 Quiz20 min
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par PGFeb 10th 2017

A very helpful course and full of practical information for persons interfered with disaster relief and crisis intervention as this course has a well- planned syllabus and really informative vignettes

par KMJul 20th 2018

The instructor was easy to follow, and very understanding! I have learned a lot with this course! Thank you for offering it, and I hope to see more courses on Psychology from John Hopkins University!

Enseignant

George Everly, Jr., PhD

Professor, Center for Public Health Preparedness
Bloomberg School of Public Health

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  • Once you enroll for a Certificate, you’ll have access to all videos, quizzes, and programming assignments (if applicable). Peer review assignments can only be submitted and reviewed once your session has begun. If you choose to explore the course without purchasing, you may not be able to access certain assignments.

  • When you purchase a Certificate you get access to all course materials, including graded assignments. Upon completing the course, your electronic Certificate will be added to your Accomplishments page - from there, you can print your Certificate or add it to your LinkedIn profile. If you only want to read and view the course content, you can audit the course for free.

  • No, the verified certificate means that you have successfully completed this course by achieving the course learning objectives. This course introduces you to the concepts and PFA and the Johns Hopkins RAPID PFA model, but does not provide all of the training and practice necessary to fully prepare you to render psychological first aid in a disaster setting. You are strongly encouraged to seek additional training before rendering psychological first aid.

  • The subject matter of this course requires the exploration of some traumatic situations and events that are potentially disturbing to some learners. For example, fires, floods, and violent crimes are occasionally referenced within the course.

  • No, this course is an opportunity to learn how to offer psychological first aid to others, not help yourself. It is not a suitable venue for seeking or receiving the help that you need. Rather we suggest that you contact your local mental health agency, or state associations for psychologists, psychiatrists, or social workers. They can often provide you with a list of resources, some at no cost, for receiving the help you need. For more urgent needs you should contact a local crisis telephone hotline, visit an emergency room, or simply dial 911 and ask for assistance.

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