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The Community celebrates a seminar on socio-health care for victims of gender-based violence in Alcantarilla. The workshop featured presentations and case studies from CAVI's General Directorate for Women, Social Services and Technicians (24/10/2017)

The director general of Women and Equality of Opportunities, Alicia Barquero, and Planning, Research, Pharmacy and Citizen Care, Maria Teresa Martinez, participated today in Alcantarilla in a socio-sanitary seminar on gender violence.

The event, which was also attended by the mayor, Joaquín Buendía, had the presentations and practical cases of personnel of the Directorate General of Women and Equality of Opportunities, municipal social services and technical CAVI.

These days are focused on professional practice, for which they have direct health care staff, social services and gender violence.

This is the second seminar to be held of the six planned for responsible health professionals on gender violence to prevent and improve care for victims.

The training action aims to improve coordination between resources in the area of ​​health and social services and the Regional Resource Network specialized in Gender Violence.

All this according to the regional socio-sanitary commission, as well as the guidelines and recommendations arising from the Inter-institutional Coordination Protocol against Violence in the Region, which has representatives of intervention areas at the levels of State, regional and local government.

The seminars have been organized in different regions, in order to increase the scope of influence.

Specifically, Alcantarilla has focused on the area of ​​Social Services and has involved health professionals, social services and resources specialized in gender violence in Alcantarilla, Murcia, Molina de Segura, Lorquí, Ceutí, Alguazas , Librilla and Las Torres de Cotillas.

Each seminar has a specialized section that addresses specific issues to develop the skills to detect, manage and coordinate cases in one of the following areas: Gynecology (in Lorca, 31 October);

Pediatrics (in Yecla, October 27);

Mental health (in Archena, November 7) and Urgencies (in Caravaca de la Cruz, November 10).

Social Services Primary Care will have two seminars, in San Javier, held on October 17, and Sewer.

With the conclusions drawn from the seminars, a specific action guide will be implemented in the socio-sanitary area, to standardize care in these areas and facilitate the work of attention, detection of coordination of cases of gender violence.

"We want to prepare this guide and lay the groundwork for these procedures. It will be the result of considering the contributions of professionals in the different activities of the project, as well as in the socio-health commission," explained Barquero.

Also, a manual of detection indicators, a publication to help professionals to detect warning signs of possible cases of gender violence and how to act against them, will be developed.

As a closure, a forum is also scheduled to be held on 14 December in which good practices in detecting and coordinating cases will be shared and made transferable to the different health and social services and centers in the Region of Murcia.

Source: CARM

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