Get involved in the delivery of the Family Violence GP Education Program
We’re looking for RACGP members who have professional experience in family violence to be involved in delivering the RACGP Family Violence GP Education Program.
The Family Violence GP Education Program is an evidence-based training program that educates our Victorian members about the introduction of the Child and Family Violence Information Sharing Schemes.
The program will incorporate:
- a series of educational webinars and/or podcasts
- small (facilitated) case-based, group-learning activities.
If you would like to be involved, please complete the following expression of interest form.
Expression of interest
Option 1: Become a program facilitator
Option 2: Collaborate with us to develop the Family Violence GP Education Program resources
We’re looking for facilitators to moderate and educate GPs through peer-group learning sessions. You’ll be reimbursed for your time and will have the support of one of our Family Violence GP Education Program team members.
The RACGP aims to develop a range of practical, publicly available resources to facilitate whole-of-practice family violence education. We want to engage a wide range of experts in each Victorian Primary Health Network to discuss referral pathways and other tips based on available resources in each area. This may involve taking part in a podcast, writing a short article or discussion piece, or joining a video recording for the RACGP Family Violence GP Education Program website.
Option 3: Moderate the online family violence forum
The online Family Violence GP Education Program forum will give GPs another opportunity to network, connect, share (deidentified) stories and seek advice.
As a moderator, you’ll be responsible for ensuring content uploaded is in line with RACGP guidelines and making sure the latest information is available to participants.
You may be asked to respond to colleagues’ questions, offer advice, write a short article or discussion piece, or upload relevant articles.
For more information about the program, contact Kerrianne Singleton at 03 8699 0468 or firstname.lastname@example.org