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Eng Book- IDENTIFYING AND RESPONDING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE- Download Free PDF


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Contents:

Part One: Overview
DEFINITIONS
PREVALENCE OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE
HEALTH EFFECTS OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE ON ADULTS AND TEEN VICTIMS
HEALTH EFFECTS OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE ON CHILDREN
WORKING CROSS CULTURALLY
RECENT TRENDS
IDENTIFYING AND RESPONDING TO ABUSE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Part Two: Dilemmas Faced by Providers
WHEN DOES CHILD EXPOSURE TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE BECOME CHILD ABUSE?
 Intimate Partner Violence Victimization Reporting Requirements for
 Health Care Providers
 Asking about Intimate Partner Violence with a Child in the Room
 Documentation
 Responding to a Child’s Disclosure of Intimate Partner Violence in the Home
Part Three: Consensus Recommendations
ASSESSING FOR INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE WHEN YOUR PATIENT IS
A CHILD OR ADOLESCENT
 Who and How Often to Assess
 How to Assess
 What to Ask
 Asking about Intimate Partner Violence with a Child in the Room
 Who Should Assess
RESPONDING TO INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE WHEN YOUR PATIENT IS
A CHILD OR ADOLESCENT
 Support the Victim
 Provide Information on Intimate Partner Violence
 What to Say to the Child Who has Witnessed Intimate Partner Violence
 For Adolescents Who are Victims of Violence
 Assess and Address Safety Issues
 Referrals for Adults and Adolescents
 Referrals for Children
 Reporting Requirements for Child Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence
 How to Document Intimate Partner Violence
 What to do if a Patient Says “No” or Will Not Discuss Abuse
Part Four: Preparing Your Child Health Practice



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