Identifying Violence and Responding with First-Line Support

Course Duration: 4 weeks
Delivery Mode: Online
Eligibility: All healthcare workers
Course fee per week: $140 – International students $ 99 – Ugandan Students

Overview

This course is designed to help health workers care for women who have been subjected to violence in the context of HIV. This course equips health workers with knowledge and skills to identify abused victims as they attend to their health needs, and to respond with first–line support.

This training addresses girls and women’s immediate and long-term health challenges resulting from violence at all times – both obvious and hidden.

The course targets all aspects and forms of violence that can be physical, sexual or emotional inflicted by a partner or any other perpetrator.

Course Aim

The course aims to build the capacity of health workers to identify violence and respond with first–line support.

Format

This is a modular course with pre-recorded PowerPoint presentations, videos, live tutorials and discussions.

Module 1

Overview of HIV, Violence, and Trauma, Survivor Testimony (YouTube Video), Trauma (YouTube Video)

Module 2

Identifying Violence, Asking about Violence, Universal Screening and Clinical Enquiry

Module 3

Responding to Violence Using (LIV)ES, responding to Violence Using LIV(ES), LIVES Role-Play #1 (Video), LIVES Role-Play #2 (Video)

Module 4

Vicarious Trauma and Self-Care, Self-Care (YouTube Video)


Facilitators
Trainers will include a team of experts from IDI cutting across different disciplines of the course.

At a glance

Duration
4 weeks

Sessions
4

Discussion forums
Yes

live tutorials
Yes

Quiz
1

Certification
Yes

Pass mark
70%

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