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Rural Health Webinar Series - The identification and management of domestic and family violence in rural and remote areas: Strategies for GPs Members login for free access About RACGP online events

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Type: On-demand
Recorded: 6 May 2021

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Email: RACGP Rural
Call: 1800 636 764

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Rural Health Webinar Series - The identification and management of domestic and family violence in rural and remote areas: Strategies for GPs

On-demand recorded 6 May 2021

This instalment of the Rural Health Webinar Series will explore the issue of domestic and family violence, including challenges specific to the rural and remote context. GP participants will learn practical strategies that they can use to manage disclosures, assess risk, engage in safety planning, and support those experiencing family violence.

Learning outcomes

  1. Outline the characteristics of domestic and family violence
  2. Apply appropriate strategies to assess and support a patient who discloses they are a victim of domestic and family violence
  3. Identify specific challenges of addressing domestic and family violence in the rural and regional setting
  4. Develop and apply strategies to address the challenges managing domestic and family violence in the rural and regional setting.
This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event is part of Rural Health Webinar Series. Events in this series are:

Presenters

Dr Jennifer Geraghty

Dr Jennifer Geraghty is a general practitioner working in regional NSW, who has previously undertaken qualitative research on the topic of ‘The Response of Rural GPs to Victims of Domestic Violence’.

Dr Skye Boughen

Dr Skye Boughen is GP working in regional NSW in the Aboriginal Health sector. She first met Dr Jennifer Geraghty when she took part in her research project, and she, along with Dr Geraghty, sees patients who are victims of domestic violence as part of her practice.

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