#WeNurses - Thursday 12th December 2019 8pm (GMT Standard Time) Domestic Violence & Abuse: Do we have a preventative role?

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Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA): Do Nurses and Midwives have a preventive role?

Domestic violence and abuse (DVA) is a serious public health health concern. It happens every year in the world and intersects geographic, cultural and regional, racial and ethnic boundaries. We don’t know the exact prevalence of DVA, however, estimates suggest that globally one in three women experience some form of DVA. According to the Crime Survey for England and Wales (2018), an estimated 2.0 million adults aged 16 to 59 years experienced DVA in the year ending March 2018, equating to a prevalence rate of approximately 6%. Women were around twice as likely to have experienced DVA than men (7.9% compared with 4.2%). This equates to an estimated 1.3 million female victims and 695,000 male victims (UK Office for National Statistics, 2018).  DVA has economic consequences as the the estimated cost of providing health services to victims and the loss of economic output, in the UK, is around £66 billion every year(Oliver et al., 2019). There are many physical and mental health impacts of DVA and these include, though not limited to, poor mental health, chronic health disorders, physical injury, depression, diminished physical functioning, PTSD, substance misuse, suicide attempts, anxiety.

Health care professionals and especially nurses, midwives can play a very important role in identification, management and prevention of DVA.  Nurses and midwives, working in any setting may come across DVA and therefore, it is important for them to recognise the manifestations of DVA. They should not only be able identify victims of DVA but should be able to provide appropriate, person centred, culturally sensitive and empathetic care. While we know that a large majority of DVA victims attend health care settings, only a small proportion of them are often asked about their DVA experiences. Available evidence involving victims of DVA suggest a negative experience of the victims when encountered by health care professionals. Victims felt that healthcare professionals often blamed them for abuse, did not show a concern, and did not address the abuse even when DVA was obvious. We also know that nurses, midwives and other HCPs are often unprepared to deal with DVA victims.

To be able to effectively identify and respond to DVA victims, nurses, midwives, pre-registration nursing and midwifery students and other healthcare professionals need to understand DVA and associated complexities. However, not much emphasis is placed on preparing nursing and midwifery students and registered nurses and midwives to deal with DVA issues in clinical practice. The aim of this chat is to explore what nurses, midwives, pre-registration nursing and midwifery students and other healthcare professionals think about their role with regards to identification and management of DVA. The participants will also be encouraged to discuss training and preparation needs to prepare future workforce to effectively contribute to the DVA identification and management in various clinical settings.

   

Proposed Questions:

  1. What do you understand/know about DVA?
  2. Should nurses ask for DVA when assessing patients?
  3. Prompts: How confident do nurses feel to enquire about and safely manage a disclosure of DVA? Are you aware of existing services and referral pathways to domestic abuse provision? 
  4. Are nurses as well as pre-registration students appropriately prepared to deal with DVA?
  5. What role can nurses play in identification, management and prevention of DVA?
  6. What not to say when providing care to victims of DVA?
  7. Who can be victimised by DVA?


About our guest hosts:


Dr Parveen Ali SeniorLecturer, ProgrammeLead: MMedSci Advanced Nursing Studies AssociateEditor, Nursing Open Lead,Sheffield University Interpersonal Violence Research Group The Universityof Sheffield

Dr. Parveen Ali works as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sheffield. She has been associated with the University of Sheffield for more than 10 years now.She is a Registered Nurse, Registered Midwife (Pakistan) Registered NurseTeacher, Senior Fellow of Higher Education Academy and a Fellow of RoyalSociety of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. Dr Ali is an associate editor of Nursing Open (A Wiley Journal) and editorial board member of Journal of Advanced Nursing and Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Dr Ali completed her PhD from University of Sheffield. She completed MScN and BScN from Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan. Dr Ali’s research focuses on gender based violence, domestic abuse, inequalities in health related to gender and ethnicity, and health care professionals’ preparation.She is a mixed method researcher and has led and contributed to many different projects over the past decade.

She is a recipient of various awards including Mary Seacole leadership Award , Sigma’s Emerging Nurse ResearcherAward for Europe and Pakistani Diaspora Achievement Award. She also leads a health programme on a community radio station to raise awareness about different health issues. She also serves on various grant awarding bodies and research ethics committees in the UK and other countries.She also loves to contribute to the development of health care professionals nationally and internationally to ensure health care professionals are prepared to meet the needs of individuals, families, communities and health care systems in this changing world. 

Latest Book: Ali, P.,& McGarry, J. (Eds.). (2019). Domestic Violence in Health Contexts: A Guide for Healthcare Professions. Available at: https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030293604


Dr JulieMcGarry AssociateProfessor SafeguardingResearch Lead - Sexual Safety. Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Chair of theDomestic Violence and Abuse Integrated Research Group, Institute of MentalHealth, Nottingham https://institutemh.org.uk/research/centre-for-social-futures/projects/349-research-area-domestic-violence-and-abuse School ofHealth Sciences The University of Nottingham

Julie McGarry DHSci (Nottingham),MMedSci (Nottingham), Post-Graduate Diploma (Medical Ethics), BA (Hon) (Law& Psychology), PGCHE, SFHEA. Registered nurse (RN) in adult and mental health fields of practice. Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) registered nurse teacher.

Julie is a nurse and Associate Professor in the School of Health Sciences with expertise and professional background in the field of adult and mental health nursing, safeguarding (adults and children), gender based violence and intimate partner violence / domestic violence and abuse with a focus towards survivors' experiences - the impact on health and wellbeing alongside the development of effective multi-agency (health/social care/criminal justice) responses. Julie has led on a number of externally funded research initiatives, working with international, national and local agencies in the UK in the development of safeguarding and domestic violence services for children and families and survivors of abuse. Julie also has a well-established background in participant led research exploring effective approaches to domestic violence identification and management through co-production of arts based narrative projects with survivors of female genital mutilation (FGM) and domestic violence and abuse (DVA). Current research includes healthcare responses to sexual violence in South Africa - funded through British Council Global Challenge Funds. Julie has initiated multi-agency collaborative scholarly partnerships on both international and national levels through leading the successful inception and as Chair of the Integrated Domestic Violence and Abuse Research Group within the Social Futures Centre of Excellence, Institute of Mental Health.

Latest Book: Ali, P.,& McGarry, J. (Eds.). (2019). Domestic Violence in Health Contexts: A Guide for Healthcare Professions. Available at: https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030293604





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 #WeNurses transcript

 
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:01
Hi everyone - welcome to tonights #WeNurses This evening we a tackling quite a tough subject: Domestic violence & abuse with @parveenazamali @DrJulieMcGarry as our guests If you are joining us this evening please say hi https://t.co/119gXwTUNk
@WeCYPnurses
12 December 2019 20:01
RT @WeNurses: Hi everyone - welcome to tonights #WeNurses This evening we a tackling quite a tough subject: Domestic violence & abuse wi…
@WeDistrictNurse
12 December 2019 20:01
RT @WeNurses: Hi everyone - welcome to tonights #WeNurses This evening we a tackling quite a tough subject: Domestic violence & abuse wi…
@WeLDnurses
12 December 2019 20:01
RT @WeNurses: Hi everyone - welcome to tonights #WeNurses This evening we a tackling quite a tough subject: Domestic violence & abuse wi…
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:01
Hello Teresa here #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:02
@AgencyNurse Welcome Teresa :) thanks for joining #WeNurses
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12 December 2019 20:03
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12 December 2019 20:03
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@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:03
@parveenazamali @SalmaRehman20 @DrJulieMcGarry thanks so much for joining and supporting tonight's #wenurses
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:03
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@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:04
RT @WeNurses: @parveenazamali @SalmaRehman20 @DrJulieMcGarry thanks so much for joining and supporting tonight's #wenurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:05
QUESTION 1 What do you understand/know about domestic violence and abuse? #WeNurses https://t.co/58XJMQObOv
@WeDistrictNurse
12 December 2019 20:05
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 1 What do you understand/know about domestic violence and abuse? #WeNurses https://t.co/58XJMQObOv
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:05
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 1 What do you understand/know about domestic violence and abuse? #WeNurses https://t.co/58XJMQObOv
@WeStudentNurse
12 December 2019 20:06
@megaankytee It's with @WeNurses , so follow with #WeNurses (Not our #WeStNs)
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:06
@mikeythenurse @parveenazamali @DrJulieMcGarry thanks for saying hi Mikey, we'll get the summary of tonights #wenurses as soon as we can :) Hope your appointments go OK for you and your patients.
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:07
It can happen to anyone ... historically seen as something that happens to women .... but it's important to realise that this can happen to anyone #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1205217026316341249
@AodhanC
12 December 2019 20:07
@WeNurses #WeNurses https://t.co/BG93QchrpJ
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:08
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/GwenWPunc19/status/1205217719714492418
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:08
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 1 What do you understand/know about domestic violence and abuse? #WeNurses https://t.co/58XJMQObOv
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:08
@WeNurses It include many different issues including intimate partner violence, child abuse, elder abuse etc. But the most common element is intimate partner violence @DrJulieMcGarry #wenurses
@WeStudentNurse
12 December 2019 20:08
@WeNurses @parveenazamali @DrJulieMcGarry We're here after a learning day of frosty frozen things like hypothermia ? #WeNurses https://t.co/YRmyFouWNX
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:09
@WeStudentNurse @parveenazamali @DrJulieMcGarry welcome along to #wenurses team students :) ALWAYS amazing to have you join
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:09
#wenurses https://twitter.com/GwenWPunc19/status/1205217920311316481
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:10
QUESTION 2 Should nurses ask about domestic violence and abuse when assessing patients? #WeNurses https://t.co/dM9A57APpd
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:10
Also abuse can include - sexual abuse, threats, emotional abuse, intimidation, physical abuse #WeNurses
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:10
@GwenWPunc19 @WeNurses Couldn’t agree more. Just to add that it is prevalent in every society, culture and geographical place #wenurses @DrJulieMcGarry
@WeMidwives
12 December 2019 20:10
Or midwives? #wenurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1205218296641007623
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:11
@GwenWPunc19 @WeNurses @DrJulieMcGarry #wenurses would br interesting to know if think you will come across this is clinical or non clinical setting?
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:11
I would say where appropriate ... but happy to be corrected as unaware of any evidence / research to say we should ask everyone ?? #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1205218296641007623
@thesismum
12 December 2019 20:12
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 2 Should nurses ask about domestic violence and abuse when assessing patients? #WeNurses https://t.co/dM9A57APpd
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:12
RT @parveenazamali: @GwenWPunc19 @WeNurses @DrJulieMcGarry #wenurses would br interesting to know if think you will come across this is cli…
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:12
RT @WeMidwives: Or midwives? #wenurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1205218296641007623
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:12
RT @parveenazamali: @GwenWPunc19 @WeNurses @DrJulieMcGarry #wenurses would br interesting to know if think you will come across this is cli…
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:12
A really good point #WeNurses https://twitter.com/natstef73/status/1205218545984032768
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:12
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 2 Should nurses ask about domestic violence and abuse when assessing patients? #WeNurses https://t.co/dM9A57APpd
@WeStudentNurse
12 December 2019 20:12
@WeNurses It doesn't only happen 'in the home'. Domestic violence can occur when in different places- exerting control by constant 'checking in' for example #WeNurses
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:12
RT @WeNurses: #WeNurses https://twitter.com/GwenWPunc19/status/1205217719714492418
@RhiannaPunc19
12 December 2019 20:13
@WeNurses Domestic abuse is not only physical, it can be emotional, sexual and possibly financial as well. It can happen to anyone no matter what age or gender. Domestic abuse is a form of control, and in most cases it is at a result from partners, family or caters. #weNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:14
Tonight on #WeNurses we are chatting about: "Domestic Violence & Abuse: Do we have a preventative role?" Everybodies insight, knowledge and views are welcome :)
@L3SL3YT
12 December 2019 20:14
Absolutely! I fact all nhs workers should have had training in asking the question. Back in 2000 Midwives were trained to ask the question routinely at the AN booking visit #WeNurses
@lucy_uo
12 December 2019 20:14
@WeNurses @parveenazamali @DrJulieMcGarry Hia. I'm a little late. I'm Lucy a second year student nurse from @UniBham_Nursing #WeNurses #WeStNurses
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:14
@RhiannaPunc19 @WeNurses historically it's been seen as something that only happens to women .... so i think it really needs to be at the forefront of our minds that anyone domestic abuse can happen to anyone #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:15
QUESTION 3 How confident do nurses feel to enquire about and safely manage a disclosure of domestic violence and abuse? #WeNurses https://t.co/xB46yoqJsA
@mynameisAndyJ
12 December 2019 20:15
A great chat I am learning such a lot for a non-clinical person #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:15
@RhiannaPunc19 thank you for joining #wenurses this eve Rhianna :)
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:15
@L3SL3YT Hi Lesley thank you for joining #wenurses this eve
@ByYrSide
12 December 2019 20:15
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 2 Should nurses ask about domestic violence and abuse when assessing patients? #WeNurses https://t.co/dM9A57APpd
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:15
RT @WeNurses: Tonight on #WeNurses we are chatting about: "Domestic Violence & Abuse: Do we have a preventative role?" Everybodies insight,…
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:16
@lucy_uo @parveenazamali @DrJulieMcGarry @UniBham_Nursing lovely to see you on #wenurses this eve Lucy :)
@WeStudentNurse
12 December 2019 20:17
@WeNurses If they feel that there are indicators. Staff should be confident with the process and ensure to not be causing increased risk to the patient or any one else suffering from abuse #WeNurses
@Mrdanigold
12 December 2019 20:17
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 1 What do you understand/know about domestic violence and abuse? #WeNurses https://t.co/58XJMQObOv
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:17
I think it's a hard topic form anyone to broach ... however i think that nurses have all the right skills to be able to manage .. however we may not know where and how to escalate #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1205219554735116289
@NRCUK
12 December 2019 20:18
@mynameisAndyJ I'm lurking away too Andy :) hope all's well with you #wenurses
@megaankytee
12 December 2019 20:18
@WeNurses I think it entirely depends on the patient and the situation. Sometimes it may be appropriate, other times it may not. I don't think it should be a blanket rule that everyone has to be asked. #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:18
This is really useful to know #WeNurses https://twitter.com/parveenazamali/status/1205220120857120768
@Mrdanigold
12 December 2019 20:18
RT @WeNurses: Hi everyone - welcome to tonights #WeNurses This evening we a tackling quite a tough subject: Domestic violence & abuse wi…
@salagnelecker
12 December 2019 20:18
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 2 Should nurses ask about domestic violence and abuse when assessing patients? #WeNurses https://t.co/dM9A57APpd
@TurnerNurse
12 December 2019 20:18
@WeNurses #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:18
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/salagnelecker/status/1205220337648046080
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:18
#wenurses https://twitter.com/parveenazamali/status/1205220120857120768
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:19
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/parveenazamali/status/1205220299601563654
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:19
#wenurses https://twitter.com/talesofthesmith/status/1205220467788976128
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:19
Some really excellent points here #WeNurses https://twitter.com/RhiannaPunc19/status/1205220277476560896
@L3SL3YT
12 December 2019 20:19
Can’t stress how important education and training is. Then the support for staff asking the question. We need to remember 1:4 women have experienced/subjected to abuse at sometime. #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:19
@talesofthesmith @AgencyNurse welcome along to #wenurses this eve, thanks for being here
@MyNurseConsult
12 December 2019 20:19
@L3SL3YT @WeNurses Very interesting to read that that does not already happen. It is part of the questions asked in America. #domesticviolence #wenurses #mynurseconsultant
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:20
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@lucy_uo
12 December 2019 20:20
@WeNurses #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:20
QUESTION 4 Are you aware of existing services and referral pathways to domestic abuse provision? #WeNurses https://t.co/0mw3WRI0Cy
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:20
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@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:20
Thanks Parveen that helps #WeNurses https://twitter.com/parveenazamali/status/1205220509526437899
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:20
#WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:21
Ahhh I work in long term elderly care .... so less so for me .... however not unheard of ! #WeNurses https://twitter.com/talesofthesmith/status/1205220467788976128
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:21
#WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:21
Useful to know - thank you #WeNurses https://twitter.com/emmdechen/status/1205221139389263874
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:22
#WeNurses >> https://twitter.com/basic_john_/status/1205221195332886533
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:22
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@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:22
Lots of great comments, advice and views coming through :) thanks! Try and remember to add #wenurses to your tweets so those not following you can see them too :) https://t.co/cekbITFBJX
@WeStudentNurse
12 December 2019 20:22
@WeNurses Is training upto date with ways that are slowly being recognised as abuse, such as gaslighting or checking in or revenge porn? If training is inadequate, feeling confident isn't the same as being competent. #wenurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:22
#WeNurses
@RhiannaPunc19
12 December 2019 20:23
@WeNurses As a student nurse, I feel I would need support and direction In handling this kind of situation as If handled incorrectly, the situation for the victim could become more severe. #weNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:23
#WeNurses
@WeMHNurses
12 December 2019 20:23
RT @WeNurses: Useful to know - thank you #WeNurses https://twitter.com/emmdechen/status/1205221139389263874
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:24
#wenurses
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:24
@salagnelecker @WeNurses @thesismum #wenurses which then highlights the importance of asking patients on every encounter!
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:25
QUESTION 5 Are nurses as well as pre-registration students appropriately prepared to deal with domestic violence and abuse? #WeNurses https://t.co/Epqqh0bMFu
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:25
@RhiannaPunc19 @WeNurses I think there are many of us who feel they would need support of colleagues ... two (or more) brains are better than one ... especially in situations where things could get worse ... important to tread carefully #WeNurses
@lucy_uo
12 December 2019 20:25
@WeNurses Not as a matter of course, but if they think it is indicated/suspected, and if it is safe. Also being aware that it might be the case but if they don't know they can trust you yet they might not disclose anything, but if you ask it might make them think #MECC #WeNurses
@thesismum
12 December 2019 20:26
@WeNurses No. #WeNurses
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:26
@WeNurses Hi All, sorry I’m late. This is personally a really important topic to me #WeNurses I also met @parveenazamali at the last @VAMHN and here’s the podcast
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:27
@MyNurseConsult @L3SL3YT @WeNurses One issue is that health care professionals struggle to understand whey women don’t leave abusive relationships? #wenurses
@GwenWPunc19
12 December 2019 20:28
@WeNurses #WeNurses
@Lerounxi
12 December 2019 20:28
@WeNurses Personally during my practically placement element and theory practice - I’d say my answer was no. It has only been through mandatory training as a registered nurse and through prevent training my knowledge has increased. There need to be a seed planted at pre-reg level #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:28
I think we are more prepared than we have ever been ... however it's always good to be more prepared #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1205222055383314435
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:28
@VanessaLGarrity @parveenazamali @VAMHN Hi Vanessa and welcome #WeNurses
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:29
@parveenazamali @MyNurseConsult @L3SL3YT @WeNurses Agree , also people fail to understand the subtleties of emotional abuse and coercive control and the impact this has from a trauma perspective #WeNurses
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:29
@Lerounxi @WeNurses I think that is really important. What sort of issues should be taught and through what strategies? #WeNurses
@RhiannaPunc19
12 December 2019 20:29
@WeNurses No, I feel regularly training and updates are required #weNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:30
Tonights #WeNurses on Domestic Violence & Abuse is a very tough topic for many people There is some great advice via NHS Choices here .. along with some helpline phone numbers if you need them > https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/getting-help-for-domestic-violence/ https://t.co/cMCxbdZdQn
@lucy_uo
12 December 2019 20:30
@WeNurses I know Refuge and Women's Aid (I think there might be a Men's Aid too?). And for kids there's the NSPCC, Childline and Banardos #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:30
I also think it's very are specific .... I have met some amazing nurses who are really knowledgable about domestic violence and abuse and their knowledge disseminates through their organisations #WeNurses
@MyNurseConsult
12 December 2019 20:30
@parveenazamali @L3SL3YT @WeNurses True! Except one walks a mile in another's shoes, we never really know. Plus research shows that a woman is at her most vulnerable when she seeks to leave an abusive situation. Resources have to be in place for her to up and leave successfully. #wenurses #mynurseconsultant
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:30
RT @WeNurses: Tonights #WeNurses on Domestic Violence & Abuse is a very tough topic for many people There is some great advice via NHS Ch…
@WeCYPnurses
12 December 2019 20:30
RT @WeNurses: Tonights #WeNurses on Domestic Violence & Abuse is a very tough topic for many people There is some great advice via NHS Ch…
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:31
@parveenazamali @MyNurseConsult @L3SL3YT @WeNurses Even when women do leave, the system often lets them down. There’s a massive need for a whole systems approach and proper funding for domestic abuse charities, safe housing etc #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:31
Really important points here #WeNurses https://twitter.com/VanessaLGarrity/status/1205223569472532483
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:32
#WeNurses https://t.co/ErAdGzx6yi
@Lerounxi
12 December 2019 20:32
@parveenazamali @WeNurses I think an element of realism, rather than PowerPoint. Such as get a charity or service involved with service users who are able to share experience - first hand experience to those pre reg at uni. The theory written element is also important for knowledge to be gained #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:32
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@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:32
It's important to understand this #WeNurses https://twitter.com/L3SL3YT/status/1205223766445436937
@WeStudentNurse
12 December 2019 20:32
@WeNurses ?????#wenurses
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:33
@parveenazamali @MyNurseConsult @L3SL3YT @WeNurses People being able to tell their stories in a psychologically safe way ( bearing in mind re traumatisation ) in order for health care professionals to better understand the subtleties and nuances of lived experience #WeNurses
@Lerounxi
12 December 2019 20:33
@L3SL3YT @parveenazamali @MyNurseConsult @WeNurses I think it’s also important to raise, it is not just woman that try to leave an abuser. Men are also included ?? #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:34
#WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:34
yes indeed #WeNurses https://twitter.com/Lerounxi/status/1205224267597697024
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:34
RT @WeNurses: It's important to understand this #WeNurses https://twitter.com/L3SL3YT/status/1205223766445436937
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:35
QUESTION 6 What role can nurses, midwives and other HCPs play in identification, management and prevention of DVA? #WeNurses https://t.co/sxrWI5TQ7r
@cjhayjabile12
12 December 2019 20:35
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 2 Should nurses ask about domestic violence and abuse when assessing patients? #WeNurses https://t.co/dM9A57APpd
@lucy_uo
12 December 2019 20:35
@WeNurses Most of what I know is from reading policies, and from my previous work in a nursery. I would like to have more training, but until you're in a situation you don't really know how to act as everyone is different #WeNurses
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:36
@WeNurses It’s also complicated when women don’t have financial independence and when there are schools, employment, family and friend support and other complicating factors making it difficult to leave #WeNurses
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:36
@Lerounxi @L3SL3YT @MyNurseConsult @WeNurses Yes that is very true and they experience additional barriers #WeNurses. However, women still experience more intense, frequent and dangerous abuse
@DrJulieMcGarry
12 December 2019 20:36
RT @WeNurses: #WeNurses https://twitter.com/GwenWPunc19/status/1205217719714492418
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:36
Yes indeed and I have come across it quite a number of times .... it's important that we all remain aware and don't sit in stereotypical views #WeNurses https://twitter.com/parveenazamali/status/1205224482731954176
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:36
RT @parveenazamali: @Lerounxi @L3SL3YT @MyNurseConsult @WeNurses Yes that is very true and they experience additional barriers #WeNurses. H…
@ArmisteadCheryl
12 December 2019 20:36
Q5. We seemingly expect new graduates be 'adequately prepared' to do everything/anything. Not realistic or feasible. We all continue to learn throughout our career from experience and professional development. Try: do we set/convey practice standards/expectations? #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1205222055383314435
@GwenWPunc19
12 December 2019 20:37
@WeNurses HCPs can work within the multidisciplinary team in order to come up with an action plan and preventative measures through involvement and recruitment of other professionals, such as psychologists and support workers #WeNurses
@cherylwilson2
12 December 2019 20:37
@WeNurses Sure is all I’m going to say is I found the best support from @womensaid and the #freedom programme invaluable! I will always be grateful! I’ve had a terribly busy long shift, I’ve voted ?? now I must rest and get some fluids on board #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:37
Apologies for the acronym .... DVA = Domestic Violence and Abuse #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1205224567888850946
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:38
A really good point ... and also it can still be hidden from view even when that person is in long term care #WeNurses https://twitter.com/DrJulieMcGarry/status/1205225176494792704
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:38
#wenurses https://twitter.com/DrJulieMcGarry/status/1205225176494792704
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:38
@lucy_uo @WeNurses There is a National Domestic Abuse Helpline which is very good and offers confidential support from trained advisors https://pennyappeal.org/domestic-abuse/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI04D7vfuw5gIViaztCh3z9ARlEAAYASAAEgLghfD_BwE #WeNurses
@Lerounxi
12 December 2019 20:39
@WeNurses Especially in emergency care such as ED. Look at presenting injury. Don’t be afraid to ask questions as often no one else might have ever asked. Things to consider: How is the partner behaving? Withdrawn? Assess the whole situation. Children well kept? #WeNurses
@WeStudentNurse
12 December 2019 20:39
@WeNurses Perhaps training is fairly generic, as it's handled differently thought different services & localities? This may lead to a feeling of unpreparedness or not as much training as other courses? #wenurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:39
A really useful link ... thanks Vanessa #WeNurses https://twitter.com/VanessaLGarrity/status/1205225552489132041
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:39
#WeNurses
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:40
@GwenWPunc19 @WeNurses Very important. There needs to be support available in the clinical area. Do you think health care professionals who support others with domestic violence related issues need support themselves? #WeNurses @DrJulieMcGarry
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:40
#WeNurses .... prevention ... good question ?? anyone have any ideas ?? https://twitter.com/natstef73/status/1205225448189440000
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:41
#WeNurses
@L3SL3YT
12 December 2019 20:41
Q6 NHS staff are just a small cog in the wheel - tip of the iceberg - we can’t be nurse/midwife/medic/HCP fix it. The pathway for accessing support from other agencies 24/7 to ensure women/men are safe is essential #WeNurses
@Lerounxi
12 December 2019 20:41
@WeNurses We also have behind the toilet doors in the department that patient uses - information on domestic violence helplines first both men & woman #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:41
#WeNurses
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:41
@WeNurses The police are also a good source of support and are trained to offer a sensitive response #WeNurses
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:41
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 1 What do you understand/know about domestic violence and abuse? #WeNurses https://t.co/58XJMQObOv
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:42
Thanks for sharing Cheryl ... and we hope you get some much needed rest #WeNurses https://twitter.com/cherylwilson2/status/1205225123130814475
@lucy_uo
12 December 2019 20:42
@parveenazamali @WeNurses It's really difficult, especially as staff are so busy & have less time to spend with patients. So it might actually be more likely they'll speak to students or HCAs (not that they aren't busy, but they do lots of 'basic' nursing tasks which are face-to-face) #WeNurses
@MyNurseConsult
12 December 2019 20:42
@parveenazamali @L3SL3YT @WeNurses Domestic violence can be insidious and sometimes women coach it as "love" and fail to recognize it until it becomes too late and they are far gone in it. #wenurses
@troodon
12 December 2019 20:42
RT @WeNurses: Tonights #WeNurses on Domestic Violence & Abuse is a very tough topic for many people There is some great advice via NHS Ch…
@IreneK92103785
12 December 2019 20:42
@WeNurses In my opinion,I believe that if nurses see behaviour that they may class as domestic violence and abuse,they should pull one of the parties to a side and ask how things are before maybe raising their concern to one of their superiors. #wenurses
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:43
@natstef73 @WeNurses Interesting idea! What can we do to prevent? #WeNurses @DrJulieMcGarry
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:43
@L3SL3YT I agree! Nurses are often in the position of being able to ask the questions that leads to a disclosure, but it’s then knowing where to go and what to do next that can be the issue #WeNurses
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:43
RT @WeNurses: A really useful link ... thanks Vanessa #WeNurses https://twitter.com/VanessaLGarrity/status/1205225552489132041
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:44
@parveenazamali @natstef73 @WeNurses @DrJulieMcGarry maybe there are some long term goals here re educating our children about domestic violence and abuse ?? #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:44
Anybody else do this? thanks for sharing Reece :) #wenurses https://twitter.com/Lerounxi/status/1205226149057613829
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:45
QUESTION 7 What should you NOT say when providing care to victims of domestic violence and abuse? #WeNurses https://t.co/K0FZVtfkxN
@MyNurseConsult
12 December 2019 20:45
@Lerounxi @L3SL3YT @parveenazamali @WeNurses It does have to be said that while men are at risk- it is either majorly under reported or very few cases. Society does still show bias as to how a man might find himself in a domestic violence situation #wenurses
@Lerounxi
12 December 2019 20:45
@IreneK92103785 @WeNurses I think this is important, asking and getting a feel for how the person responds in all aspects - behaviour, tone of voice - defensive? Shy?, withdrawn? Scared? It’s also important to note that you shouldn’t be the one to investigate - get the right agency involved #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:45
RT @WeNurses: Anybody else do this? thanks for sharing Reece :) #wenurses https://twitter.com/Lerounxi/status/1205226149057613829
@WeStudentNurse
12 December 2019 20:45
@WeNurses School nurses have huge roles here in child sage guarding, educating & dealing with teens #wenurses
@lucy_uo
12 December 2019 20:45
@parveenazamali @WeNurses I think part of it is about paying attention, showing we're listening. Showing obvious care during time we spend with patients. When someone is helping us it is easier to trust, especially if we feel they care, it shows we want what's best for them #WeNurses
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:45
RT @WeStudentNurse: @WeNurses School nurses have huge roles here in child sage guarding, educating & dealing with teens #wenurses
@GwenWPunc19
12 December 2019 20:46
@WeNurses I don't believe you should explicitly use negative connotations, such as abuse, violence and be more sensitive and infer it or use words that allow knowledge to be gained through verbal research, rather than seeing it as an interrogation #WeNurses
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:46
@WeStudentNurse @WeNurses Yes agree and schools generally are in a good position to be able to support women and their families following domestic abuse #WeNurses
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:47
RT @WeNurses: Anybody else do this? thanks for sharing Reece :) #wenurses https://twitter.com/Lerounxi/status/1205226149057613829
@WeStudentNurse
12 December 2019 20:47
@WeNurses ????? safeguarding. If only it was as easy as wafting some protective sage fumes around (@Rachel_A_ ) #wenurses
@WeDistrictNurse
12 December 2019 20:47
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 7 What should you NOT say when providing care to victims of domestic violence and abuse? #WeNurses https://t.co/K…
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:49
sounds like a very worthwhile project #WeNurses https://twitter.com/L3SL3YT/status/1205227957565960201
@Lerounxi
12 December 2019 20:49
@WeNurses Obviously you shouldn’t tell them anything misleading or anything you’re unsure of. Give facts. Otherwise - this may turn sour and trust will be lost & disengage from any future involvement with any services. You have to understand that their home life maybe volatile #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:49
#WeNurses
@RhiannaPunc19
12 December 2019 20:49
@WeNurses ‘’Why don’t you just leave them?’’ Many people try to leave there abuser but struggle for many reasons. #weNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:50
QUESTION 8 Can men be victims of domestic violence? #WeNurses https://t.co/CtiUOwHk6J
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:50
#WeNurses ... weren't there a series of TV ads back along aimed a young people around domestic violence and abuse ?? #WeNurses https://twitter.com/parveenazamali/status/1205227995214073857
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:50
#WeNurses > https://twitter.com/L3SL3YT/status/1205228253985812482
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:50
Yes .. anyone can ! #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1205228347812450304
@Lerounxi
12 December 2019 20:50
@WeNurses Simply - yes #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:50
RT @Lerounxi: @WeNurses Simply - yes #WeNurses
@lolly1980s
12 December 2019 20:51
RT @WeNurses: Tonight on #WeNurses we are chatting about: "Domestic Violence & Abuse: Do we have a preventative role?" Everybodies insight,…
@RhiannaPunc19
12 December 2019 20:51
@WeNurses YES! YES! YES! Although statistics show that more women are domestically abused than men, this don’t not mean that it is limited to only women. #weNurses
@GwenWPunc19
12 December 2019 20:51
@WeNurses Yes! Anyone can be victims, though males do not tend to be as visible in the statistics. Males may be feel embarrassed about admitting it and believe it goes against their 'masculine identity' as they are stereotyped as strong and dominant, rather than a victim #WeNurses
@lucy_uo
12 December 2019 20:52
@WeNurses I think it's easy to talk about their abuser in a very negative light, but it's not that simple. You can still love someone who treats you badly, and talking about them negatively might not go down well. #WeNurses
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:53
@RhiannaPunc19 @WeNurses I know of women victims being sent on generic parenting courses by the courts and being retraumatised by having to retell their stories, often in groups with male abusers and even being told to say sorry to their abuser as a ‘ generic co parenting’ strategy #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:53
@lucy_uo @WeNurses this is what makes this such a hard topic to broach with people ... however we have to ... so important to try an use the right language ... and that may be person specific #WeNurses
@lucy_uo
12 December 2019 20:54
@WeNurses Also don't presume they want help, but let them know the help is there if they need it. Telling you might just be the start of a process towards getting help #WeNurses
@WeStudentNurse
12 December 2019 20:54
@WeNurses Yes. Men, women, non- binary or however they chose to identify. Gender is not a protection. #wenurses
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:54
RT @AgencyNurse: Yes .. anyone can ! #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1205228347812450304
@Lerounxi
12 December 2019 20:55
@parveenazamali @WeNurses It might sound simple but be open and honest from the outset, tell them that you are there to try and keep them safe and their safety is your priority, any information shared that might cause them harm - you will need to involve services to help them. All on same page #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:55
RT @WeStudentNurse: @WeNurses Yes. Men, women, non- binary or however they chose to identify. Gender is not a protection. #wenurses
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:55
RT @WeStudentNurse: @WeNurses Yes. Men, women, non- binary or however they chose to identify. Gender is not a protection. #wenurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:55
QUESTION 9 Who else can be a victim of domestic violence and abuse? #WeNurses https://t.co/Ya8YmaAx7r
@emkburke
12 December 2019 20:55
@WeNurses Yes of course!!!! Hate that this even has to be a question?? #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:56
#WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:56
#WeNurses
@Lerounxi
12 December 2019 20:56
@WeNurses Anyone can be vulnerable; especially those who are elderly, cognitively impaired, children... #WeNurses
@TurnerNurse
12 December 2019 20:56
@WeNurses #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:56
RT @Lerounxi: @WeNurses Anyone can be vulnerable; especially those who are elderly, cognitively impaired, children... #WeNurses
@GwenWPunc19
12 December 2019 20:56
@WeNurses Men, women, friends, family, children, patients, professionals. No matter how small the relationship with that person who is a victim is, they can be affected, mentally #WeNurses
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:56
@VanessaLGarrity @RhiannaPunc19 @WeNurses #WeNurses this also then highlights the need of services to work in a joined up fashion so the information is not asked again and again. But not sure how long will it take us to get there
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:56
@WeNurses Children are often the ones who see it all and then feel massively conflicted about talking to someone because they want to keep their family together #Wenurses
@ColletteWinters
12 December 2019 20:57
@WeNurses Nurses have such a vital role to play in supporting families affected by #domesticabuse. @SafeLives_ have some fantastic resources for health care professionals & an online community open to all professionals who care about this topic #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 20:57
ANYONE ! #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1205229609903644673
@lucy_uo
12 December 2019 20:57
@WeNurses Yes. Anyone can #WeNurses
@RhiannaPunc19
12 December 2019 20:57
@WeNurses Anyone can be vulnerable #WeNurses
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:57
@parveenazamali @RhiannaPunc19 @WeNurses Yes exactly and the family court system needs overhauling too #WeNurses
@dianelewis6039
12 December 2019 20:57
@WeNurses Anyone can be a victim of domestic violence. There is no boundaries. #wenurses
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 20:58
RT @parveenazamali: @VanessaLGarrity @RhiannaPunc19 @WeNurses #WeNurses this also then highlights the need of services to work in a joined…
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:58
RT @dianelewis6039: @WeNurses Anyone can be a victim of domestic violence. There is no boundaries. #wenurses
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:58
#WeNurses excellent chat everyone and thank you for your contribution. If you are interested in learning more about this, please see @DVAgame and https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/domestic-violence
@WeDistrictNurse
12 December 2019 20:58
RT @parveenazamali: #WeNurses excellent chat everyone and thank you for your contribution. If you are interested in learning more about thi…
@L3SL3YT
12 December 2019 20:58
RT @dianelewis6039: @WeNurses Anyone can be a victim of domestic violence. There is no boundaries. #wenurses
@WeMidwives
12 December 2019 20:59
RT @parveenazamali: #WeNurses excellent chat everyone and thank you for your contribution. If you are interested in learning more about thi…
@L3SL3YT
12 December 2019 20:59
RT @parveenazamali: #WeNurses excellent chat everyone and thank you for your contribution. If you are interested in learning more about thi…
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:59
RT @parveenazamali: #WeNurses excellent chat everyone and thank you for your contribution. If you are interested in learning more about thi…
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:59
RT @dianelewis6039: @WeNurses Anyone can be a victim of domestic violence. There is no boundaries. #wenurses
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:59
RT @VanessaLGarrity: @parveenazamali @RhiannaPunc19 @WeNurses Yes exactly and the family court system needs overhauling too #WeNurses
@WeStudentNurse
12 December 2019 20:59
RT @dianelewis6039: @WeNurses Anyone can be a victim of domestic violence. There is no boundaries. #wenurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 20:59
Thank you for sharing this very useful link #WeNurses https://twitter.com/parveenazamali/status/1205230469865979904
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 20:59
RT @AgencyNurse: ANYONE ! #WeNurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/1205229609903644673
@TurnerNurse
12 December 2019 21:00
@WeNurses #WeNurses
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 21:00
RT @WeNurses: Thank you for sharing this very useful link #WeNurses https://twitter.com/parveenazamali/status/1205230469865979904
@AgencyNurse
12 December 2019 21:00
Thank you everyone for taking the time to log on tonight to tackle this very important topic #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 21:00
That's all for tonight everyone Thank you all for your tweets and viewpoints And a big thank you to @parveenazamali @DrJulieMcGarry who have both been brilliant guests #WeNurses https://t.co/YkGLgidb8r
@ColletteWinters
12 December 2019 21:01
@WeNurses Would love to share with you this blog by Kathryn, a community mental health nurse. It has some great practice tips & formed part of a series on #mentalhealth and #domesticabuse. #WeNurses http://www.safelives.org.uk/practice_blog/domestic-abuse-how-can-community-mental-health-nurses-respond
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 21:01
@WeNurses Thank you for organising this chat! And thank you everyone for your contribution. Please feel free to get in touch if I or @DrJulieMcGarry can be of any help #WeNurses
@Lerounxi
12 December 2019 21:01
@WeNurses @parveenazamali @DrJulieMcGarry Thank you ???????? #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 21:01
Thank you for sharing this #WeNurses https://twitter.com/ColletteWinters/status/1205231188845178903
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 21:01
RT @Lerounxi: @WeNurses @parveenazamali @DrJulieMcGarry Thank you ???????? #WeNurses
@WeStudentNurse
12 December 2019 21:01
@WeNurses Risks may be higher in certain groups, but that does not alleviate any individual from DVA #wenurses
@GwenWPunc19
12 December 2019 21:01
@WeNurses @parveenazamali @DrJulieMcGarry Thank you! Thoroughly enjoyed learning about this topic and how it can affect health care professionals #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 21:02
@GwenWPunc19 @parveenazamali @DrJulieMcGarry thanks for joining us #WeNurses
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 21:02
RT @WeNurses: Thank you for sharing this very useful link #WeNurses https://twitter.com/parveenazamali/status/1205230469865979904
@L3SL3YT
12 December 2019 21:02
RT @Lerounxi: @WeNurses @parveenazamali @DrJulieMcGarry Thank you ???????? #WeNurses
@uct_hsl
12 December 2019 21:02
RT @parveenazamali: #WeNurses excellent chat everyone and thank you for your contribution. If you are interested in learning more about thi…
@VanessaLGarrity
12 December 2019 21:02
@WeNurses Important topic to cover. Thank you ?? #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 21:03
@VanessaLGarrity thanks for joining in Vanessa #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 21:04
@WeStudentNurse @parveenazamali @DVAgame thanks for joining us lovely students :D #WeNurses
@lucy_uo
12 December 2019 21:05
@WeStudentNurse @WeNurses And statistics can lie. It's such a hard topic for people to talk about, especially if people don't feel it is 'normal' or they feel they won't have support #WeNurses
@WeNurses
12 December 2019 21:05
Tonights #WeNurses on Domestic Violence and Abuse was a very tough topic and may be an issue for many people There is some great advice via NHS Choices here .. along with some helpline phone numbers if you need them > https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/getting-help-for-domestic-violence/ https://t.co/3sdkH6vVio
@lucy_uo
12 December 2019 21:05
RT @WeNurses: Tonights #WeNurses on Domestic Violence and Abuse was a very tough topic and may be an issue for many people There is some…
@parveenazamali
12 December 2019 21:05
RT @WeNurses: Tonights #WeNurses on Domestic Violence and Abuse was a very tough topic and may be an issue for many people There is some…
@L3SL3YT
12 December 2019 21:06
RT @WeNurses: Tonights #WeNurses on Domestic Violence and Abuse was a very tough topic and may be an issue for many people There is some…
@liavelvargas
12 December 2019 21:07
RT @parveenazamali: #WeNurses excellent chat everyone and thank you for your contribution. If you are interested in learning more about thi…
@natstef73
12 December 2019 21:09
RT @WeNurses: Tonights #WeNurses on Domestic Violence and Abuse was a very tough topic and may be an issue for many people There is some…
@OpakunbiPraise
12 December 2019 21:10
RT @WeNurses: Tonights #WeNurses on Domestic Violence and Abuse was a very tough topic and may be an issue for many people There is some…
@lucy_uo
12 December 2019 21:10
@WeNurses @parveenazamali @DrJulieMcGarry Thank you all! #WeNurses
@salagnelecker
12 December 2019 21:16
RT @WeNurses: Tonights #WeNurses on Domestic Violence and Abuse was a very tough topic and may be an issue for many people There is some…
@choiceolderppl
12 December 2019 21:16
RT @DrJulieMcGarry: Domestic Violence & Abuse: Do we have a preventative role? with @parveenazamali, @DrJulieMcGarry via #WeNurses 12/12/20…
@HayleyL18547447
12 December 2019 21:26
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 8 Can men be victims of domestic violence? #WeNurses https://t.co/CtiUOwHk6J
@rantingsofalady
12 December 2019 21:44
@Cheryl01375906 @WeNurses Everyone can #WeNurses




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