DVeducation.ca is the online source for evidence-based, interactive curricula on intimate partner abuse and sexual assault. Each program is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills and practices of those who work with patients or clients who have experienced violence and abuse.
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Responding to Domestic Violence in Clinical Settings is designed to help health care providers achieve competency in responding to women who have experienced intimate partner abuse. The 17 modules progress from basic to advanced competencies and straightforward to more subtle, complex case presentations.
Making Connections: When Domestic Violence, Mental Health, and Substance Use Problems Co-Occur is comprised of 6 modules to help frontline providers in community mental health, addiction treatment or violence against women services become more knowledgeable and competent in responding to the needs of women who experience these co-occurring problems.
Responding to Sexual Assault in Health Care Settings is designed to enhance providersí knowledge and skill in delivering sensitive care to women who have experienced sexual assault at some point during their adult lives. This program is currently in development.