Domestic Violence (Florida Mandatory Requirement)
 
Not Valid For CME Credit After Date, 2019

 

Gabriela Lopez, Community Education & Awareness Mgr/CASA

 
  Objectives: Define intimate partner violence/domestic violence, particularly in the state of Florida.  Discuss the statistics related to intimate partner violence/domestic violence.  Describe the consequences of violence.  Identify risk factors related to being a victim of violence and for being a perpetrator of violence.  Describe how to initiate the topic of intimate partner violence/domestic violence with your patients.  Discuss interventions and identify resources in Florida related to intimate partner violence/domestic violence.

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Video Links
Why domestic violence victims don't leave | Leslie Morgan Steiner
Domestic Violence Screening for Healthcare Professionals: Reluctant Disclosure
Safety Card Intervention with a Negative DV Screening



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