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Family violence is broader than intimate partner abuse or domestic violence and child abuse as it includes any violence or abuse that is occurring within a family.
Daisy App (App 4.3 MB)
COVID-19 and family violence support (PDF 1 MB)
Webinar discussion - Stress, burnout and vicarious trauma: looking after yourself (PDF 1 MB)
Webinar: overview of the role of GPs in identifying and responding to men who use violence in their relationships
Webinar: how elder abuse can present in general practice, ways to effectively recognise and respond to risk factors and signs
Webinar: Aboriginal family violence and the impact on women and children in this cycle of violence and abuse