This new report documents the key findings and learnings from our national health Pathfinder project - working to improve health responses to domestic abuse. The report provides details of our work with partners in 8 pilot sites in England, and the key achievements of the project.
As part of the national health project, Pathfinder, AVA lead on a series of survivor consultations, providing space for survivors to share their experiences of, and recommendations for, health services in England. This report presents the key findings from across the Pathfinder survivor consultations.
As part of the national health project, Pathfinder, we have led on carrying out a series of survivor consultations. These consultations have sought to find out survivors' experiences of health services and systems in key sites across England and ensure that survivors voices are central to the development of health responses to violence and abuse.
The findings from phase 2 of this process are captured in the following report.
The Feasbility of Delivering a Trauma-specific Intervention to Women in a UK Substance Misuse Service
This briefing summarises the PhD study of Dr Karen Bailey, which evaluated the feasibility of delivering an international trauma-specific intervention (Seeking Safety) within a UK community based substance misuse service.