Prevention of Violence Against Women in Health settings - Metro
Learn what drives family violence and the actions you can take to promote gender equality and respect in your hospital/health service.
This is a one-day course for anyone leading gender equality and family violence primary prevention initiatives in a Victorian health service.
What will you learn about?
• The link between gender inequality and violence against women
• Taking an intersectional approach to primary prevention initiatives
• Good-practice examples of primary prevention initiatives in health settings
• Workplace actions required to prevent violence against women (Workplace Equality and Respect,
This training is open for both metro and rural/regional hospitals.
Who is this for?
The training is for SHRFV practitioners as well as for HR/strategy people within the hospital. Please note that the training covers the gendered drivers as it is designed to provide primary prevention information to a range of people within health services and not all participants will bring an in-depth knowledge of Change the Story. The training also covers intersectionality and what workplaces can do to prevent violence, but does not provide a detailed ‘how to do’ Workplace Equality and Respect, rather it covers ‘what is’ Workplace Equality and Respect.