Service Delivery (Updated 2020)
`Stand-alone’ organisational guidelines: different from but complement the clinical guidelines.
In 2012 we included the clinical and organisational guidelines in the one publication. Although it was important to present the 2012 guidelines in that format at that time, the trauma-informed organisational guidelines were somewhat overshadowed by the clinical set.
Although the clinical and organisational guidelines do complement one another, they also focus on different areas. This means that the diverse audience accessing them may conflate and confuse the different sets. Additionally, the sheer volume of material now available for each of these clinical and organisational domains has made an updated single publication untenable. For this reason, we have decided to release the updated clinical and organisational guidelines separately.
These reissued trauma-informed guidelines for services and organisations provide more detailed contextual information than the 2012 guidelines. This relates to the emergence and nature of the trauma-informed paradigm, issues which have arisen about it, and the current state and scope of its implementation.
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