As part of our dissemination work, the RESPONSE Project was presented at the XII Romanian National Congress on Perinatal Medicine. A general presentation of the project was held by Diana Dulf, Project coordinator, on September 28, in the afternoon session.
We encourage a wide project dissemination by our partners. Here is an article in Romanian, disseminated at national level by publishing in a popular journal among health care specialists: Diana Dulf. April 2017. Reporting gender based violence. Viata Medicala [Medical
Between May, 22nd – 24th 2017 in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, the Department of Public Health has organized 2nd International Conference on Non-communicable Diseases (ICONiC) Hold the Door Against Injury and Disease. This edition of the conference was jointly supported by the Center for
EU Daphne Project RESPONSE – Multi-Agency Response for Reporting on Gender-Based Violence in Maternal Health Services” (2017-2018)
Research shows that women survivors of gender-based violence (GBV) use healthcare services more than women who are not victims. As well, healthcare providers are professionals whom women survivors of GBV would most trust with their disclosure of abuse. 1 Therefore, routine peri/antenatal
According to recent studies, women who are survivors of gender based violence (GBV) use health care services more often compared to those who are not victims and identify health care providers as the professionals they would most trust with disclosure of abuse.
Health care systems in Europe remain a key but underutilized entry point through which victims of gender-based violence (GBV) can be identified and supported. Health care professionals are in a position to break the silence and offer critical care to women