The RESPONSE Project priority as co-funded by the Daphne Programme is “…training…professionals to better identify survivors, through routine check-ups or procedures or routinely posing questions on experiences of violence and adverse childhood experiences, and developing efficient referral mechanisms and pathways.”
Therefore, our major results will be focused on training and capacity building for health care professionals in five partner countries and develop tools that can be used for any stakeholder interested in better identification, referral, reporting, safety planning and support for survivors of violence.
Newspaper article [RO] : Reporting gender based violence, Diana Dulf, 14 April 2017. Link here.
Newspaper article [RO]: Identifying and reporting gender based violence, Diana Dulf, 22 September 2017. Link here.
M. Timofe, D. Dulf. “Multi-agency response for reporting of GBV in women’s health services”, ICONIC – 2nd International Conference on Non-communicable Diseases (ICONiC): Hold the Door against Injury and Disease, 22 May 2017, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. [ENG]. Link to the presentation here.
D. Dulf, A. Sidor, E. Bozdog, C. Baba, A. Preda, A. Milaș, F. Stamatian. “Reporting of Gender-Based Violence in Womens’ Health Services – Response Project”, the XII National Congress of Perinatal Medicine, 28 September 2017, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. [ENG]. Link to the abstract here.
M. Rösslhumer, AÖF, Austria. “RESPONSE Project & maternal health settings in detecting domestic violence”, 31 October 2017, WAVE Conference, Budapest, Hungary. [ENG]. Link to the program here.
E. Bozdog. “Multi-agency response for reporting of GBV in women’s health services”, EFJCA Conference, 2 December 2017, Brussels, Belgium. [ENG]. Link to the presentation here.
A.Sidor. “Motivational interviewing or MAPS?”, EFJCA Conference, 2 December, Brussels, Belgium. [ENG]. Link to the presentation here.