Nursing Australia: Ep. 38 Domestic Violence Matters

In this February episode of Nursing Australia hear:    

The latest Nursing Australia News

Caps on tele-health consults scrapped; WHO prioritizes primary healthcare; App emerges to detect COVID & influenza; Omicron-specific jabs in the works; and vax exemption falsifier disqualified. 

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Supporting victims of domestic & family violence

How can healthcare professionals better support those affected by DV? Meet survivor turned advocate Jane Matts. 

the 'Sisters In Law Project': 

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Nursing organizations – why it pays to belong?

Why do professional organizations matter? Why do we need them and what can APNA offer?  

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Primary Care Pathways to Safety (+ for women and children)

If you, a child or another person are in immediate danger call 000. For 24/7 counselling support and access to resources please contact 1800 RESPECT 1800 737 732 (within Australia) 

Hunter, New England & Central Coast PHN (Primary Care Pathways to Safety project)  

'Project Safer Families' 

The draft 10-year National Plan to end violence against women and children - under consultation  

The power in understanding patterns of coercive control 

 Thanks to DVNSW 

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