With funding from the Government of Ontario, we developed an e-learning version of the 2015 in-person Elder Abuse Nurse Examiner Curriculum.…Read more
For over 15 years, the Ontario Network of SADVTCs has engaged in an innovative research process that has successfully shaped health policy and practice. Health care providers from the Network have generated research questions arising from clinical practice and the health needs, concerns, and priorities of their patients. These questions were jointly investigated with scientists at Women’s College Research Institute and findings from these studies have been translated for relevant policy makers and practitioners, resulting in improved and expanded care for victim/survivors of violence.
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Elder abuse is a serious and complicated problem, but comprehensive health services to address it in Ontario are lacking. To address…Read more
In this study a literature review was conducted, and the research team collaborated with an advisory committee in order to develop…Read more
In this study we examined the use of and satisfaction with our sexual assault/domestic violence services at participating Sexual Assault/Domestic…Read more
In 2012, the Ontario Hospital Association, in collaboration with the Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment…Read more