Are male domestic abuse victims supported by healthcare professionals?

A webinar focusing on a review on Healthcare Management Lecturer, Natalie Quinn-Walker, as she discusses research on male domestic abuse victims experiences when seeking medical attention and how healthcare professionals responded. The research highlights the need for more training for healthcare professionals to recognise male domestic abuse victims. The webinar will explore the stories and comments of the men who participated in the research study, who attended medical services across the UK.

Taking Place: Tuesday 20th October, 12:30 – 13:30 BST 

An Introduction to Natalie Quinn-Walker:

Arden University Natalie Quinn-Walker

Natalie is a Healthcare Management Lecturer at Arden University and is completing a PhD thesis at University of Wolverhampton reviewing whether male domestic abuse victim’s voices are believed and efficiently supported when disclosing to their family and friends. Natalie has been awarded a Fellowship with the Royal Society of Public Health. Natalie is also currently conducted research into how television programs portray sexual abuse and violence. To follow Natalie on Twitter: @QUINNWA91648884  

If you have any questions for Natalie, please include these in the registration form and we will try to answer these as part of the session.