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Adverse Childhood Experiences Study Presentation at IMH Breakfast

IMH - Institute of Mental Hygiene

Friday, September 26, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM (CDT)

Adverse Childhood Experiences Study Presentation at IMH...

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 Keynote Speaker: Vincent Felitti, MD

Co-Author of the ACE Study

Come hear Dr. Felitti present the findings of the landmark Kaiser/CDC ACE 25 year study: 

  • Dramatic links were found between Adverse Childhood Experiences and risky behaviors, psychological issues, joblessness, divorce, serious illness and death in adults. 
  • People with 6 or more ACEs died nearly 20 years earlier than those without ACEs.
  • Almost 40% of the Kaiser sample reported two or more ACEs and 12.5% experienced four or more.

Breakfast 8:00am

Keynote Speaker 8:30-9:45am



Dr. Vincent Felitti

An internationally known expert in preventative health, Dr. Felitti was the Chief of Kaiser Permanente’s revolutionary Department of Preventative Medicine. This department was the largest medical evaluation site in the world and an early adopter of reducing health care costs. Dr. Felitti joined with the CDC to study 17,000 middle class patients to document how ACEs affect lives and our societies.   



Please join us for breakfast and learn why the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) estimates that the lifetime costs associated with adverse experiences in childhood is $124 billion.

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Registration will close on September 19th or earlier if sold out.

If you are unable to attend, you may send a colleague in your place. 



What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

There is free parking next to Delgado Student Life Center building. We will enter the building at the front, but parking is at the rear - at the Navarre Avenue entrance. See the linked map.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Questions can be answered by sending an email to: Susan Shaffette, Team Dynamics/Event Coordinator or to Kris Pottharst, Grants Manager with IMH Foundation.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

You may transfer your annual meeting registration to a colleague if you are unable to attend. Please send a note to Susan Shaffette so that her office can update the attendee list.

Can I update my registration information?

Yes. If you have a change of phone or other contact information - you may update your info. You may also want to update if you noticed your name is spelled wrong after you received your confirmation email.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No. The tickets are not required for your admission. They serve as confirmation to you that your registration has been received.

The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?

If you cannot attend, you may transfer your registration to someone else. If there is not enough time to let us know, you may still substitute an attendee.

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When & Where

Delgado Community College - Student Life Center
916 Navarre Avenue, Building 23
New Orleans, LA 70119

Friday, September 26, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 9:45 AM (CDT)

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IMH - Institute of Mental Hygiene

IMH Mission:

IMH's mission is to promote optimal mental health for children and their families in New Orleans.

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