Domestic and Family Violence training available for primary care providers in Northern Territory – Expression of Interest
Primary care’s readiness to address domestic and family violence
Developed and delivered by the Safer Families Consortium, The Readiness Program is a national training program
for primary care providers to effectively recognise, respond, refer and record domestic and family violence using a
trauma and violence informed approach.
Domestic and Family Violence training available for primary care providers in Northern Territory
The ‘Pathways to Safety’ training program strengthens the capacity of primary care providers to effectively recognise,
respond and refer domestic and family violence.
The program offers the following learning options:
1. Workshops ((virtual classrooms) on a range of topics
2. Webinar series hosted by RACGP
3. Pathways to Safety practice-centred training program offering accredited
in-practice education, tools and support for a whole of practice response to DFV.
- Delivered virtually in two 1.5-hour sessions (plus supporting activities)
- All practice staff participate
- Skilled local GP and Family Violence Facilitators
- Uses trauma informed approaches
- Developed by GPs for GPs