Domestic violence and abuse : how health services, social care and the organisations they work with can respond effectively
Contributor(s): National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.BBDD: Libros Publisher: [s. l.] National Institute for Health and Care Excellence 2014Edition: 1ª ed.Description: 72 p.ISBN: 9781473104754.Clasificación(es): 2461 Comunidad y servicios sociales | 2331 Conducta criminal y delincuencia juvenilInteresa: Intervención SocialDescriptor(es): Política | Intervención psicosocial | Familia | Violencia | Mujeres maltratadasTipo de documento: ManualesOnline resources: Acceso electrónico
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Introduction. What is this guidance about?. Recommendations. 2. Who should take action?. Introduction. Who should do what at a glance. Who should take action in detail. 3 Context. Introduction. Associated risk factors. Partner abuse among adults. Partner abuse among young people. Domestic violence and abuse between parents. 'Honour'-based violence and forced marriage. Abuse of older people. Abuse of parents by children. Public sector costs. 4. Considerations. General. Children who are affected by domestic violence and abuse. Identifying domestic violence or abuse. Specialist support, advocacy, advice and skill building. Programmes for people who perpetrate domestic violence and abuse. Prevention. Training. Health economics. 5. Recommendations for research. 6. Related NICE guidance. 7. Glossary. Advocacy. Coercive behaviour. Controlling behaviour. Children and young people affected by domestic violence and abuse. Disclosure. Domestic violence and abuse. Elder abuse or maltreatment. Floating support. Forced marriage. 'Honour'-based violence or 'honour' violence. Independent domestic violence advisers (IDVAs). Indicators. Multi-agency risk assessment conferences (MARACs). No recourse to public funds. Parenting support. People who experience domestic violence and abuse. Protected characteristics. Refuge or shelter. Risk identification and assessment. Safety planning. Skill building. Therapy. Trans people. 8. References. 9. Summary of the methods used to develop this guidance. Introduction. Guidance development. Key questions. Reviewing the evidence. Cost effectiveness. Fieldwork. How the PDG formulated the recommendations. 10. The evidence. Review of economic evaluarion. Economic modelling. Fieldwork findings. 11. Gaps in the evidence. 12. Membership of the Programme Development Group (PDG) and the NICE project team. Programme Development Group. NICE project team. 13. About this guidance. Why has this guidance been produced?. How was this guidance developed?. What evidence is the guidance based on?. Status of this guidance. Implementation. Updating the recommendations. Your responsibility. Copyright.