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16 June - Responding to Domestic & Family Violence: a Practice Nurse Perspective - HPMI Nursing CPD

16 June 2022 - 16 June 2022

Event Details

Event Type HPMI Nursing CPD
Organisation HPMI
Registrations Close 14 Jun, 2022
Location WEBINAR

Australia
Accreditation Available Certificates of Attendance available
Registration Fee FREE HPMI MEMBERS, $77 Non Members
Description

We advise that this event is only available to be streamed

Date: Thursday 16 June 2022

Time: 6.30 - 8.30pm Webinar  

Topic: RESPONDING TO DOMESTIC AND FAMILY VIOLENCE: A PRACTICE NURSE PERSPECTIVE

An informative and practical session on the Practice Nurses role in how to Recognise, Respond, Refer and Record Domestic and Family Violence in General Practice. The training program aims to support and build upon nurse’s skills in:
• Active listening and responding to disclosures of domestic family violence, with a live patient simulation
• Patient risk assessment and safety planning
• Training on the Domestic Family Violence Primary Care Action Plan
• Introduction to the new dedicated primary care domestic family  violence specialist, for patient and clinician support.

Speakers: DR COLETTE HOURIGAN, Women’s Health GP and Domestic Violence Specialist

LISA WADE, Domestic Family Violence Outreach Practice Nurse, Mariners Medical Practice

 

Please complete a pre training questionnaire for the Strengthening Primary Care’s Response to Domestic Family Violence pilot by clicking on the below link:
https://survey.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eCH6CDV8R8Y0x2m

 

Information on how to stream the event will be emailed the DAY of the workshop

 

Online registration and/or payment

   

Contact Details

Contact Tracy Hicks,
Phone: 4913 8163
Fax: 4921 6467
Email: Tracy.Hicks@newcastle.edu.au
Download More Information CLICK HERE FOR PROGRAM AND REGISTRATION FORM