This is an opportunity for a part-time practicing clinician to join Aanchal Women’s Aid and play a key part in improving the response of GPs to survivors of domestic abuse across Redbridge. This role is restricted to Redbridge GP’s only.
In the role you will be required to attend the IRIS training for trainers, local steering group meetings and promote and engage practices, especially during the early stages of the programme. The Clinical Lead will be required to deliver the IRIS clinical training to local general practice teams alongside the IRIS Advocate Educator.
Essential Skills or Experience
The post holder must be a practicing primary care clinician. It is essential that the post holder has the following: experience of delivering training and presenting to a range of audiences; An understanding of DVA as a major public health issue.; an understanding of Medical Patient Information Systems, e.g., EMIS.; Awareness of DVA and its impact on women, young people and children and men, with an understanding of the gendered nature of violence and abuse an experience of providing peer support, mentoring and leadership.