About
the
Project

70% of adults in North America have been affected by Adverse Childhood Experiences, but not many people know what they are and what they entail! 

 

ACEs Made Visible is the first comprehensive website about Adverse Childhood Experiences geared toward students of healthcare professions. We believe that these students are the next generation of healthcare and advocates for change. This website was created with them in mind so that they may take this information as brick and mortar to start building new foundations for better healthcare and stronger communities.

The ACES Made Visible website is produced as a master’s research project by Paige Blumer for the degree fulfillment of Master of Science in Biomedical Visualization in the College of Applied Health Sciences at the
University of Illinois at Chicago.

Paige Blumer

Creator

Paige works as a Biomedical Visualization Specialist with UBC CPD and the Hive at UBC . This project was created as her masters research in the BVIS program at UIC. She is passionate about creating materials that will help empower patients to be active in their own health care. 

Donna Hughes

Committee Member

Adjunct Instructor,
Biomedical Visualization program,
College of Applied Health Sciences,
University of Illinois at Chicago

Dr. Angela Odoms-Young

Committee Member

Associate Professor,
Kinesiology and Nutrition,

College of Applied Health Sciences,

University of Illinois at Chicago

Dr. Audrey Stillerman

Content Expert

Medical Director,

Office of Community Engagement and Neighborhood Health Partnerships,
Community School Health Centers

Kristin Mount

Research Chair

Adjunct Instructor,
Biomedical Visualization program,

College of Applied Health Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago

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