PACTS: An innovative Primary care program Advancing Competency To Support family violence survivors
The PACTS (An innovative Primary care program Advancing Competency To Support family violence survivors) project has developed an open access online teaching and learning resource, concerning family violence, for use with primary healthcare students. The resource will teach the basic background on family violence (including scale and impact), as well as the skills needed to identify and respond to victims and survivors of family violence, and work in a multi-disciplinary health care team in this context.
Developing team details
This learning package was developed in partnership with
- Monash University
- Australian Government Officer for Learning and Teaching
- University of Melbourne
- University of Newcastle
- Australian National University
- Victorian Women's Benevolent Trust
Project team involved a large number of collaborators from the above institutions. Names of which are listed on the Monash University PACTS Project website
CPD for Credentials
This course can be claimed under, Mental Health, Family Violence and Clinical, for CPD purposes, consistent with the CPD Goals and Hours Requirements.
Find out more today about opportunities to have your specialised social work skills recognised.
This is a free course
Please select the submit now button on the left hand side. You will receive email confirmation which will provide you with details as to how to access this course on SWOT.