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Nurses and midwives across Queensland have access to extra domestic violence (“DV”) awareness training through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Queensland Nurses and Midwives’ Union secretary Beth Mohle said the organisation was working with DV Connect and QSuper to roll out domestic violence awareness training for nurses and midwives who play a vital role in identifying and responding to domestic violence incidents.
QSuper has renewed our partnership with DV Connect, Queensland’s leading crisis response service to domestic violence, for another three years.
The QSuper-sponsored training had received very positive feedback, Ms Mohle said.
“It’s proved incredibly important for our members because our members are people who care for those who are suffering domestic or family violence.
The Queensland Government has also injected an additional $5.5 million to help manage an anticipated increase in demand for vital domestic and family violence services, with the current environment of social isolation and financial pressures having the potential to lead to a surge in domestic violence incidents during the coronavirus pandemic.
The $5.5 million government funding includes:
QSuper and DV Connect
QSuper is proud to have a partnership with domestic violence hotline, DVConnect.
The not-for- profit is Queensland’s leading crisis response service to domestic violence and the partnership provides funding to employ an additional full-time telephone support officer.
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