A new bilingual resource provides clinicians with information on responding to domestic violence. The online tutorial includes 17 scenarios that can be started, paused and resumed at any time. It was developed by a panel of experts – including physicians, nurses, social workers and researchers – at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and Women’s College Hospital in Toronto. Content covers basic to advanced competencies on a range of issues, including acute injuries to subtle indicators.
The tutorial provides Ontario physicians with CME credits.
See “Responding to Domestic Violence in Clinical Settings” (online tutorial), at www.dveducation.ca.