- Johnette Peyton, National Center for Health in Public Housing
- Surabhi Kukke, Futures Without Violence
Intimate partner violence (IPV) serves as a continuing threat in low-income and disadvantaged communities. Although IPV screenings are becoming more common in primary care settings, health care providers may need additional tools to properly assess and better understand those at risk for IPV. Join the National Center for Health in Public Housing and Futures Without Violence for an informative session on the faces of IPV, ways to assess risk of IPV among patients, and tools such as resources and referral partners that can be used to assist those suffering from violence.
List three health effects of experiencing domestic violence
Use resources that are tailored for assessment of domestic violence in the primary care setting
Describe local domestic and sexual violence programs to support patients who disclose abuse