The Hidden Pandemic
Domestic Abuse for Health and Care Workers During Covid-19
During 2020/21, the COVID-19 pandemic has not only exacerbated rates of domestic violence, but has also thrown a light on this oft-hidden crisis. The fact that we are becoming more aware of the abuse that usually happens behind closed doors is a positive step, and it is important that this momentum continues after the pandemic is over
IN THIS WHITE PAPER:
- The effects of the pandemic and lockdown on rates of domestic abuse and on the ability to access support
- A guide for health and care professionals on how to further improve their practice when encountering survivors of domestic abuse during this time
- Important support resources for people experiencing, or at risk of domestic abuse
Thank you for your interest in our white paper.
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