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Health response to family violence : 2017 Violence Intervention Programme evaluation Christine McLean, Jane Koziol-McLain and Moira Howson

By: McLean, Christine.
Contributor(s): Koziol-McLain, Jane | Howson, Moira.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: CITR report.Publisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Centre for Interdisciplinary Trauma Research, Auckland University of Technology, 2018Description: electronic document (99 pages) ; PDF file; viii, 88 pages ; 30 cm.ISSN: 2422-8540 (Online); 2422-8532 (Print).Subject(s): New Zealand. Ministry of Health | CHILD ABUSE | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | HEALTH | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PROGRAMME EVALUATION | SCREENING | VIOLENCE INTERVENTION PROGRAMME (VIP) | NEW ZEALANDDDC classification: 362.8292 MCL Online resources: Click here to access online | VIP evaluation project CITR report, 2018, no. 16Summary: The Ministry of Health (MOH) Violence Intervention Programme (VIP) seeks to reduce and prevent the health impacts of family violence and abuse through early identification, assessment and referral of victims presenting to designated District Health Board (DHB) services. The Ministry of Health-funded national resources support a comprehensive, systems approach to addressing family violence, particularly intimate partner violence (IPV) and child abuse and neglect (CAN). This report documents three VIP evaluation work streams: (1) DHB programme inputs (system infrastructure indicators); (2) DHB outputs (Snapshot clinical audits of service delivery); and (3) DHB improvements (based on Model for Improvement Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles). In this report we focus on DHB data for the two periods 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016, and 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017. During this period, DHBs implemented the updated Family Violence Assessment and Intervention Guideline: Child Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence (2016). This report provides the Ministry, DHBs and service users with information and accountability data regarding VIP implementation. VIP contributed to government policies relevant during the evaluation period (2016-2017). These included the Cross-Government Family Violence and Sexual Violence Work Programme to reduce family and sexual violence, the NZ Government’s Delivering Better Public Services, Supporting Vulnerable Children Result Action Plan, and the Ministry’s Statement of Intent 2014 to 2018. (From the Executive summary). Record #6126
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CITR report, 2018, no. 16

The Ministry of Health (MOH) Violence Intervention Programme (VIP) seeks to reduce and prevent the health impacts of family violence and abuse through early identification, assessment and referral of victims presenting to designated District Health Board (DHB) services. The Ministry of Health-funded national resources support a comprehensive, systems approach to addressing family violence, particularly intimate partner violence (IPV) and child abuse and
neglect (CAN).

This report documents three VIP evaluation work streams: (1) DHB programme inputs (system infrastructure indicators); (2) DHB outputs (Snapshot clinical audits of service delivery); and (3) DHB improvements (based on Model for Improvement Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles). In this report we focus on DHB data for the two periods 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016, and 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017. During this period, DHBs implemented the updated Family Violence Assessment and Intervention Guideline: Child Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence (2016).

This report provides the Ministry, DHBs and service users with information and accountability data regarding VIP implementation. VIP contributed to government policies relevant during the evaluation period (2016-2017). These included the Cross-Government Family Violence and Sexual Violence Work Programme to reduce family and sexual violence, the NZ Government’s Delivering Better Public Services, Supporting Vulnerable Children Result Action Plan, and the Ministry’s Statement of Intent 2014 to 2018. (From the Executive summary). Record #6126