DFV in the context of Culture and Identity Intensive Workshop

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Last updated 23 May 2024
DFV in the context of Culture and Identity Intensive Workshop

Event organiser

This is a Brisbane South PHN event in partnership with Micah Projects, YFS, The Centre for Women and Co

Event description

This full day free intensive workshop has been designed by the Brisbane South PHN Local Link for staff working in primary health to continue their learnings responding to Domestic and Family Violence (DFV), specifically for priority populations groups:

  • First Nations communities
  • culturally diverse patients
  • LGBTIQA+ communities
  • people with disability

Facilitated by DFV specialists and subject matter experts, this workshop will cover essential learnings in:

  • understanding of experiences of DFV within priority population groups
  • barriers to trauma-informed system supports and safety pathways for survivors
  • nuances of culturally aware and trauma-informed clinical approaches
  • strategies and skills for supporting patients within a primary care scope.

If you are unable to attend this workshop but would like to be contacted with details for future events, please contact the organisers:
Primary Contact: Joanna (Local Link Training Lead)
Phone: 0417 809 296
Email: bdvslocallink@micahprojects.org.au

Eight Mile Plains Brisbane (exact venue details to be provided following registration)

This is an approved CPD Activity

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