RRR Program Domestic and Family Violence Training in General Practices EOI
As part of our Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) Program we are implementing the Recognise, Respond & Refer (RRR) program in our region. The RRR program will support primary healthcare professionals in improving system responsiveness and outcomes for people experiencing domestic and family violence.
The RRR program is designed as a ‘whole of practice’ approach which includes the delivery of DFV training to practices, and the engagement of three DFV Linkers who will act as a point of contact between practices and DFV services.
We are pleased to offer your general practice a unique opportunity to be involved in domestic and family violence training which can be delivered to your practice. This method is only available to a limited number of practices who have capacity (physical space) within their clinic to host the education session. Training is currently being offered online due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak.
DFV Training Learning Outcomes
- Discuss the prevalence of domestic and family violence
- Identify the barriers to disclosing domestic and family violence and issues around leaving
- Recognise the signs of domestic and family violence
- Respond to those who present with domestic and family violence
- List a referral pathway in this region for those effected by domestic and family violence and those seeking behaviour change support
To register your interest, please complete the form below.