Can you identify the warning signs of family violence?

familiy violence prevention 1 in 4 women have
experienced violence
since the age of 15.
familiy violence prevention Up to 5 abused women
per week per doctor
attend unsuspecting GPs.
familiy violence prevention Women are at least 3 times
more likely than men to experience
violence from an intimate partner.
familiy violence prevention

The RACGP Professional Development Program on
Family Violence

Presented by experts in the field

Our program provides effective resources to support you when assisting families where violence is occurring. Learn about:

  • Prevalence and impact of family violence in our communities
  • Skills needed to identify and respond to family violence
  • Effective collaboration with the broader family violence sector
  • Self-care in the context of family violence practice

This professional development program is accredited by the RACGP QI&CPD program and it is designed to be completed at your own pace. Login here.

You can also access print-format details of the program for face-to-face delivery here, as well as resources to be used in your practice.

GPs and general practice teams have an important role to play in responding to family abuse and violence in Australia.
The National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children 2010 – 2022 is Australia’s first national coordinated initiative with a public health approach to tackle this crisis in our communities.
Login to RACGP gplearning and register for the professional development program on family abuse and violence:

Support for this project has been provided by the Australian Department of Health. The views in this project do not necessarily reflect the views of the Australian Government Department of Health.