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In February 2014, the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) issued guidance on domestic violence making recommendations for how health and social professionals could improve how they respond to domestic violence. This e-learning programme will enable you to meet levels 1 and 2 of the NICE guidance and is applicable to all health and social care professionals.
Domestic and sexual violence, problematic substance use and mental ill-health are three issues which often co-exist. And when they do, things can become complicated. This course is designed to ‘uncomplicate’ matters by raising your awareness about how the three issues interlink and reflecting on the most effective ways to engage with individuals and families.
This course is aimed at health and social care practitioners and has been developed alongside a toolkit. You will find links to the toolkit throughout the course.
The prevention platform supports education and youth workers to develop and deliver a comprehensive programme to stop Violence Against Women and Girls. It is based on the specialist knowledge and experiences of teachers, youth workers, service providers and local authority leads from across the country.
The Coordinated Community Response Model to domestic violence (CCRM) was designed as a blueprint against which local services could map their provision for domestic violence services in order to assess their current response and identify any gaps. Designed for strategic planners, this toolkit will provide you with guidance, research and examples of projects and initiatives to assist in creating a more comprehensive and stronger interagency response.