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Showing 1 to 15 of 48 results for domestic violence and abuse

  1. Domestic violence and abuse: multi-agency working (PH50)

    This guideline covers planning and delivering multi-agency services for domestic violence and abuse. It aims to help identify, prevent and reduce domestic violence and abuse among women and men in heterosexual or same-sex relationships, and among young people.

  2. Domestic violence and abuse (QS116)

    This quality standard covers services for domestic violence and abuse in adults and young people (aged 16 and over). It includes identifying and supporting people experiencing domestic violence or abuse, as well as support for those who carry it out. It also covers children and young people (under 16) who are affected by domestic violence or abuse that is not carried out against them. It describes high-quality care in priority areas for improvement.

  3. Recognising and responding to domestic violence and abuse

    A quick guide to recognising and responding to domestic violence and abuse

  4. Child abuse and neglect (NG76)

    This guideline covers recognising and responding to abuse and neglect in children and young people aged under 18. It covers physical, sexual and emotional abuse, and neglect. The guideline aims to help anyone whose work brings them into contact with children and young people to spot signs of abuse and neglect and to know how to respond. It also supports practitioners who carry out assessments and provide early help and interventions to children, young people, parents and carers.

  5. Pregnancy and complex social factors: a model for service provision for pregnant women with complex social factors (CG110)

    This guideline covers antenatal care for all pregnant women with complex social factors (particularly alcohol or drug misuse, recent migrant or asylum seeker status, difficulty reading or speaking English, aged under 20, domestic abuse). It offers advice on improving access to care, maintaining contact with antenatal carers, and additional information and support for these women.

  6. Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART): A robustly evaluated intervention found to strengthen the mother-child relationship

    illustrates how children living with domestic abuse can be harmed by this experience. Children who have lived with...

  7. Child abuse and neglect guidance

    Find individual child abuse and neglect recommendations quickly and links to full guideline

  8. Using NICE guidance in social work: examples for principal social workers

    A range of fictional scenarios which show how NICE's guidelines and quality standards could be used by principal social workers.

  9. Social care trainers' resource

    Training resources for those working in social care

  10. How effective are combinations of interventions to deal with domestic violence and abuse in the short, medium and long term? Are the outcomes sustainable and do they have a beneficial effect on quality of life and health in the longer term?

    How effective are combinations of interventions to deal with domestic violence and abuse in the short, medium and long term? Are the...

  11. What type of interventions (including training and referral pathways), in diverse health care settings, provide the most effective support for practitioners working with people who are experiencing, or have experienced, domestic violence and abuse?

    working with people who are experiencing, or have experienced, domestic violence and abuse? Any explanatory notes(if applicable) None....

  12. Therapeutic interventions after abuse and neglect

    practitioners and managers supporting children, young people and families Abuse and neglect can have a long-lasting impact on the health...

  13. What are the most appropriate ways to collect and manage data about domestic violence and abuse across the health, social care and criminal justice sectors? Is there value in collecting anonymised aggregate data, or is there a more useful method of data capture?

    are the most appropriate ways to collect and manage data about domestic violence and abuse across the health, social care and criminal...

  14. Social and emotional wellbeing: early years (PH40)

    This guideline covers supporting the social and emotional wellbeing of vulnerable children under 5 through home visiting, childcare and early education. It aims to optimise care for young children who need extra support because they have or are at risk of social or emotional problems.