A toolkit for health professionals. Provides background information on Asian women’s experiences of domestic violence, its impact on their mental health and how health professionals can respond to these issues within their practice.
- Civil and Criminal Justice
- Children and Young People
- DART (Domestic Abuse Referral Team)
- Forced Marriage
- 'Honour'-Based Violence and Abuse
- Housing and Refuge
- MARAC (Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference)
- MASH (Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub)
- Men Experiencing Abuse
- Risk Identification Checklists
- Sexual Abuse and Violence
- Forms of Domestic Abuse
- Supporting Survivors
- Working with Perpetrators
- Guidance by Work Sector
- Strategies and Policies
- Understanding Domestic Abuse
- Understanding Survivors
- Intervention and Support
This guide supports parnership working to prevent and address violence. It is aimed at all health and wellbeing board members, community safety partnerships and other local agencies working to address violence (2014).
This Nottingham City guidance is to help practitioners who work with substance misusers to detect domestic violence (2009).
A practical tool that answers the question ‘What am I supposed to do if one of my patients tells me they’re experiencing domestic abuse?’ (2005).
This document provides guidance to general practices to help them respond effectively to patients
experiencing domestic abuse,1 a Department of Health strategic priority (2014).
The World Health Organization has published this manual to strengthen and enable health systems to provide confidential, effective and women-centred services to survivors of violence. It is intended for health managers at all levels of the health system (2017).