Sexual and Domestic Violence Resource Pack
|1. Resource pack.pdf||471.62 KB|
|2. Sexual and Domsetic Violence slides 8 Mar 2012.ppt||1.21 MB|
|3a. Appendix A - Quiz.pdf||17.69 KB|
|3b. Appendix B - Scenarios.pdf||22.73 KB|
|3c. Appendix C - Sample questions and HARK questions.pdf||17.45 KB|
|3d. Appendix D - Evaluation Form.pdf||17.22 KB|
|4. Additional Resource - Documentation of abuse or assault.pdf||38.25 KB|
This resource pack is designed to equip trainers with the information and resources for a one-hour interactive teaching session for foundation doctors, to meet the requirements of the 2012 curriculum.
There are also suggestions for optional further teaching sessions and self-directed learning.
At the end of the session foundation doctors should:
1. Be aware of the associations and presentations of violence and abuse*
2. Have an understanding of how to broach the issue sensitively and confidently with patients
3. Be aware of local referral pathways and documentation
*the session should focus on adults, as additional training on safeguarding of children should be provided separately
(The items listed below are available to download on the right hand side of this page)
1. Complete Resource Pack (for trainer)
2. Slide presentation (for trainer)
3. Teaching Materials
3a. Appendix A – Quiz
3b. Appendix B – Scenarios
3c. Appendix C – Sample questions and HARK questions
3d. Appendix D – Evaluation Form
Colleagues are welcome to download and amend the materials for local use although we should be grateful if the source was acknowledged.
Please send any feedback or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
This teaching resource was developed by staff from the South Thames Foundation School1 and the London Havens2.
1 The South Thames Foundation School is a collaboration between the KSS and London Postgraduate Deaneries and King’s College, London, St George’s University of London and Brighton and Sussex Medical Schools. The school manages all F1 and F2 doctors in NHS trusts in the South London and KSS regions (approximately 1700).
2 The Havens are specialist centres in London for people who have been raped or sexually assaulted. Since the first of the Havens was opened in 2000 we have helped over 20,000 people.