The IRISi team is working to adapt the widely commissioned IRIS (identification and referral to improve safety) programme for patients and professionals in Health Visiting settings. We are looking for Health Visitors, Nurse Practitioners, Nursery Nurses, other HV team members and commissioners of HV services (working from London) to take part in focus groups to help shape the adapted model and materials.
1.5 hour focus group sessions will be held online on the following days:
– Thursday 29th June 10.30 – 12pm
– Wednesday 5th July 10.30 – 12pm
(if you are unable to make either date but would still like to speak with IRISi please email firstname.lastname@example.org)
IRISi is a social enterprise established in 2017 to promote and improve the healthcare response to gender-based violence (GBV).
We are building a network of partners who share our vision and have the drive to create sustained change.
Our vision is a world in which gender-based violence is consistently recognised and addressed as a health issue.
Our mission is to improve the healthcare response to gender-based violence through health and specialist services working together.
We support the local commissioning, implementation and growth of the IRIS (Identification and Referral to Improve Safety) and ADViSE (Assessing for Domestic Violence in Sexual Health Environments) programmes, including bid development, training for trainers, ongoing support, national analysis and monitoring
We collaborate with partners to develop innovative, evidence-based health interventions for those affected by gender-based violence
We provide expert advice and consultancy in the field of domestic violence and abuse and health