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Trainings For Male And Female Nurses

Programs 2017


The Nurse as a Significant Figure in Detecting Child Victims of Abuse and Neglect

In Partnership with: The Nursing Administration and the Health Ministry, Department for the  Prevention of Domestic Violence

Goal: The training program aims at raising awareness of the focal role of the nurse in detecting and treating maltreated children, and integrating the subject into the nursing school programs, in order to raise awareness among future nurses. Additionally, a one-day seminar was held to impart practical know-how in the field, and exposure to the needed procedures the nurse must take if there is suspicion of abuse or neglect.

Target Population:  Nursing School directors, Child Nursing coordinators and head  nurses in the health network (hospitals, communities, nursing administration, health departments, etc.).

Number of Sessions: 2 sessions for nursing school directors and child-nursing coordinators, and a one-day seminar.

Participants: 50

Location: Training sessions in Petakh-Tikva and one-day seminar at the Haruv Children’s Campus.


One-Day Seminar for Nursing School Students at Wolfson Hospital, for Academicis on the Career Change Track

Goal: To provide nursing students with tools to help identify child victims of abuse within the framework of their work as nurses.

Target Population:  Nursing students, academic career change track

Number of Sessions: 1

Participants: 25

Location: The School of Nursing, Wolfson Hospital


One-Day Seminar: The Role of the Nurse in Detecting and Identifying Child Victims of Abuse and Neglect

Goal: To expose nursing students to issues related to abuse and neglect

Target Population:  Third-year nursing students and students in the military at the nursing school at Sheba Hospital and at Wolfson Hospital

Number of Sessions: 1

Participants: 80

Location: The School of Nursing, Sheba Hospital


 

Workshop for Nurses Studying an Enrichment Course in Preventive Medicine

Goal: Nurses at Infant Care Centers may encounter abused children, but lack the knowledge of how to detect these children and what is expected of them if they suspect a child has suffered abuse. This workshop is aimed at providing this much-needed information.

Target Population:  Public health nurses studying a basic enrichment course at Wolfson Hospital

Number of Sessions: 2

Participants: 30

Location: The School of Nursing, Wolfson Hospital