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#CheckWithMeFirst

Helping survivors of sexual violence and abuse feel empowered when accessing healthcare services and working to improve access to trauma-informed healthcare. 

Our #CheckWithMeFirst training provides healthcare practitioners and patient-facing staff with the tools to provide trauma-informed care for survivors accessing healthcare. Join our training to discover how small changes can make a big difference; helping to reduce missed appointments, managing vicarious trauma, and improving healthcare outcomes.

For more information, please email us at nhs.checkwithmefirst@thesurvivorstrust.org

Healthcare Resources for Survivors Patient Information Cards We are offering trauma-informed information cards to patients, produced as part of the #CheckWithMeFirst campaign from The Survivors

About #CheckWithMeFirst Why do we need #CheckWithMeFirst? The Crime Survey for England and Wales 2020 (CSEW) estimated that 1.6 million people aged 16 and over

Book a Workshop Help raise awareness of trauma-informed care in your workplace by becoming trauma-informed with The Survivors Trust Our training workshops aim to improve

Service User Survey If you are a survivor, we want to hear about your experiences of NHS healthcare services so that we can help to

#CheckWithMeFirst Animation The #CheckWithMeFirst animation was produced in collaboration with our London Survivors Forum members. It highlights some of the challenges that survivors face when

Resources for Healthcare Services PDF Resources Click here to take a look at our cervical screening guide produced in collaboration with The Eve Appeal to