4 edition of The multi-agency approach to domestic violence found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 271-285) and index.
|Statement||edited by Nicola Harwin, Gill Hague & Ellen Malos.|
|Contributions||Harwin, Nicola., Hague, Gill., Malos, Ellen.|
|LC Classifications||HV6626 .M83 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 292 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||292|
|ISBN 10||1861770022, 1861770030|
|LC Control Number||98215838|
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Interagency working on domestic violence has progressed much in recent years, with the introduction of domestic violence units and formal multi-agency arrangements involving the police, local authorities and specialist non-statutory organisations.
Innovative work in the United Kingdom is paralleled by developments : Paperback. The Multi-Agency Approach to Domestic Violence: New Opportunities, Old Challenges.
Eds Nicola Harwin, Gill Hague, Ellen Malos. Whiting and Birch, £, pp ISBN 1 : Jo Richardson. This book takes a multi-agency approach to domestic violence and looks at a large range of issues that impact on those working in the health and social care field.
It begins with identification of situations where abuse may occur, including intimate partner violence, child and adolescent abuse, same-sex violence, and elderly : $ Interagency working on domestic violence has progressed much in recent years, with the introduction of domestic violence units and formal multi-agency arrangements involving the police, local authorities and specialist non-statutory organisations.
Innovative work in the United Kingdom is paralleled by developments : $ Contents include: Multi-Agency Responses: A Dynamic Way Forward or a Face-Saver and Talking Shop Gill Hague, Research Fellow, Domestic Violence Research Group, University of Bristol.
A Perspective from Women's Aid Nicola Harwin, National Co-Ordinator, Women's Aid Federation of : 19 Pages Multi-agency approach to domestic violence The word 'multi-agency' is used throughout this chapter, which discusses the perceived strengths and weaknesses of a multi-agency, inter-agency approach; inter-agency, multiprofessional and inter-professional groups are inclusive within this usage.
Eds Nicola Harwin, Gill Hague, Ellen Malos Whiting and Birch, £, pp ISBN 1 0 Rating:![Graphic]![Graphic]![Graphic] First, try this. Think of a woman you know whose male partner is violent to her.
Then consider the complexities that the woman faces when she tries to get help. It may be crucial to her success in escaping violence Author: Jo Richardson. Book Search. Search > advanced search. Subscribe to our mailing list. Submit. The Multi-Agency Approach to Domestic Violence New opportunities, old challenges.
Edited by Nicola Harwin, Gill Hague, Ellen Malos. Price: GBP£ Available Buy online from: Hardback ISBN:. The Multi-Agency Approach to Domestic Violence: New Opportunities, Old Challenges. Research output: Book/Report › Edited book. Synopsis. Interagency working on domestic violence has progressed much in recent years, with the introduction of domestic violence units and formal multi-agency arrangements involving the police, local authorities and specialist non-statutory organisations.
Innovative work in the United Kingdom is paralleled by developments : Paperback. The Multi-Agency Approach to Domestic Violence: New Opportunities, Old Challenges. xiv ed.
Whiting, Birch, by: A multi-agency approach helps support victims of domestic abuse Photograph: Getty Images. Abusive behaviour was a hallmark of Rebecca's relationship with her partner but it took her a long time to.
Integrated multi-agency approach needed to handle domestic abuse. Thu 27 Mar EDT First published on Thu 27 Mar EDT. There is considerable frustration within the police Author: Guardian Staff.
Domestic violence and abuse: multi-agency working Public health guideline Published: 26 February This guideline covers planning and delivering multi-agency services for domestic violence and abuse.
It aims to help identify, prevent and reduce domestic violence and abuse among women and Working in a multi-agency partnership is the. The multi-agency approach to domestic violence: new opportunities, old challenges. Hague, Gill; Harwin, Nicola; Malos, Ellen. Book.
English. Published London: Whiting & Birch, Rate this 1/5 2/5 3/5 4/5 5/5 Available at St Peter's Library. This item is not reservable because: There are no reservable copies for this title. PDF | On Jan 1,Amanda L Robinson and others published The Cardiff Women's Safety Unit: A Multi-Agency Approach to Domestic Violence |.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Introduction / Ellen Malos, Nicola Harwin and Gill Hague --The multi-agency approach to domestic violence: a dynamic way forward or a face-saver and talking shop?/ Gill Hague --New opportunities, old challenges?A perspective from Women's Aid / Nicola Harwin --Domestic.
The impact of domestic abuse has a far more wide-reaching impact than the abuser and victim, with NHS Employers reporting that repairing physical damage to victims costs the NHS an estimated £ billion each year and mental health services related to domestic violence cost an estimated £ million.
multi-agency approaches ; education and training. Taking an evidence-based approach to practical problems, Domestic Violence is an invaluable resource for nurses, doctors and other health practitioners who deal with the consequences of domestic violence in their daily work.
Preventing serious violence: a multi-agency approach A resource for local partners to help them take a public health approach and work together to prevent serious violence. Published 21 October. Chapter 9 - Multi-Agency Approach to Domestic Violence Chapter 10 - Existing Challenges and Future Opportunities Retired Deputy Commissioner of Police Novelette Grant is calling for a multi agency approach to deal with cases of domestic violence.
According to her, the police cannot handle these matters without support. However, concerns are being raised about the Jamaica Constabulary Force ability to respond to cases of domestic violence.
This follows several .PDF | On Apr 1,Dr Amanda and others published Domestic Violence MARACS (Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences) for Very High-Risk Victims in Cardiff, Wales: Views from the Victims | Find.