On June 23rd, IGWG held the third panel of the Screening and Responding to GBV in Health Care Settings series, “Screening and Response: Making Referrals Work.” The panel featured three presentations that examined service delivery programs’ experience with referrals of clients. The presenters shared best practices, as well as lessons learned, for both US and international contexts.
- Jacquelyn Campbell of Johns Hopkins School of Nursing on best practices in referrals from the U.S. context.
(Presentation: Assessment and Referral for GBV in the US An additional resource on Jacquelyn Campbell’s work on GBV screening can be found here.)
- Amna Akhsheed and Anjum Rizvi on IPPF’s Pakistan GBV referral program (Presentation: GBV Program in Pakistan: Referral Experiences)
- Sarah Eckhoff on Pathfinder’s lessons from Kenya and Mozambique referrals
(Presentation: Did They Get There? Lessons Learned from Implementation of Referral Mechanisms in Kenya and Mozambique)