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Engaging with people who use Domestic and Family Violence: Identifying and responding to the intersections of domestic and family violence, mental health and alcohol and other drug use

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25 Nov 2020

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This webinar aims to give GPs improved confidence and skills in recognising and responding to people using violence where there are co-occurring .. Read more mental health and substance misuse issues. Engaging with people who use Domestic and Family Violence: Identifying and responding to the intersections of domestic and family violence, mental health and alcohol and other drug use. The significant role of General Practitioners in the provision of care to patients who are both experiencing and using violence and have concurrent mental health and/or alcohol and other drug issues has been highlighted in the recent NSW Domestic Violence Death Review Team report. Explore the relevance and practice implications of the intersections of Alcohol and Other Drug Use, Mental Health and other contributing factors to DFV in the context of victim/survivors and perpetrators of DFV. Apply time-limited brief interventions in responding to, and making referrals for, perpetrators of DFV, and sharing NSW-specific information to improve victims’ safety.

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