- Tutorial 1: Identifying and Responding to Domestic Violence
Fully online (Approx. 45 minutes of learning and 15 minutes of assessments and case studies).
Students have the flexibility to study in their own time and location. Program materials can be accessed through the eLearning Education app on mobiles and tablets with iOS, Android or Windows systems. Program materials can also be accessed using a web browser.
The assessment is submission of the eLearning self-assessments including case studies.
A Certificate of Completion is provided upon satisfactory completing of the course.
Joint Chair – Family Violence Prevention, Director - Safer Families Centre of Research Excellence
Kelsey Hegarty is an academic general practitioner who holds the joint Chair in Family Violence Prevention at the University of Melbourne and the Royal Women's Hospital. She leads a Centre of Research Excellence to promote Safer Families, and she co-chairs the Melbourne Research Alliance to End Violence against Women (MAEVe). Her research includes establishing the evidence base for interventions to prevent violence against women, educational and complex interventions around identification of domestic and family violence in primary care settings, and early intervention with men, women and children exposed to abuse. Kelsey has taught extensively at both an undergraduate and postgraduate level in medicine.
Scholar - Safer Families Centre of Research Excellence
Renee is a nurse, lecturer and research scholar. She is undertaking her PhD with the Department of General Practice, The University of Melbourne. Her research involves the co-design of a technological resource for family violence for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Renee has taught extensively in the undergraduate and post-graduate level in nursing and in health research. She is a member of MAEVe and Deputy Chair of the Board for The Centre Against Sexual and Family Violence, located in Geelong.