Intimate Partner Violence: What You Need to Know
Recorded April 16, 2021
This workshop will help healthcare providers recognize and identify the dynamics of domestic violence; understand the impact of domestic violence on a patient’s health and well-being; and understand the role healthcare providers can play in helping to respond to and prevent domestic violence in communities.
- To understand the definition, dynamics and prevalence of intimate partner violence (IPV).
- To highlight the impact of IPV on a patient's health and well-being.
- To understand the role healthcare providers can play in preventing and responding to IPV.
- To learn tools and strategies to help you integrate IPV education and services within your practice.
Nicole Morella, MA
Director of Policy and Communications
NJ Coalition to End Domestic Violence
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