Overview: This training is to enable you to understand the complex nature of domestic abuse, reproductive coercion, and pregnancy and how this can impact the lives of families. With legislation and updated definition of domestic abuse, recent statistics of the prevalence of domestic abuse in pregnancy, what is reproductive coercion and recognising behaviours, how to support a woman who is being reproductive coerced, the effects of prenatal abuse, adverse effects domestic abuse may have on an unborn child and parenting, how does toxic stress affect reproductive health and the implications, the impact of the mother – baby relationship, real life case studies and sourcing the appropriate support available for a woman who is being subjected to domestic abuse.
At the end of the training participants will be able to:
This training is aimed at any health professional whose work brings them into contact with women from the voluntary, statutory, and private sectors. This may include but is not limited to midwives, health visitors, obstetricians, maternity professionals, doctors, social care, education workers, universities that specialise in health and social care studies, voluntary sector support workers, housing officers, community leaders
CPD points: 3 points
Duration: 3.5 hours
This webinar will be accessed through MS Teams, prior to the sessions please check you have access to MS Teams and that you have picture and sound on your device. No refunds will be issued, but tickets can be transferred to events of equivalent value.