Physician's Guide to Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse

Physician's Guide to Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse

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Uses state-of-the-art content based on the latest peer-reviewed literature, The Physician's Guide to Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse offers guidance on routine screening and what to do once the abuse is recognized; an expanded chapter on batterers—including what to do if the batterer is your patient and information about batterer treatment programs; and an expanded chapter on legal issues—covering mandated reporting, the impact of HIPAA, what victims can expect from the legal system, and information for health professionals called to testify in intimate partner violence and abuse cases.

It also discusses the impact of adverse childhood experiences, including exposure to intimate partner violence, on long-term health outcomes, as well as primary prevention of intimate partner violence—what clinicians need to know (and do) to prevent intimate partner violence from occurring in the first place.

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Ellen Taliaferro, MD, FACEP
Patricia R. Salber, MD, FACEP
1. An Introduction to Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
2. What Do We Know About the Victims of Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse?
3. What Do We Know About the Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse?
4. Dynamics of Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
5. Routine Screening to Increase Recognition of Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
6. What to Do When the Victim Answers Yes to Questions About Abuse
7. Laws Related to Domestic Violence for Health Professionals and Their Patients
8. How to Prepare for an Optimal Response to Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
9. Insights Into Intimate Partner Violence From the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study
10. Before It Occurs: Primary Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
Appendix A. Success Story Addressed to the Emergency Room Staff at Kaiser Hospital, South San Francisco, California
Appendix B. Danger Assessment Tool
Appendix C. A Model Documentation Form With Body Maps
Appendix D. Sources of Information About Mandated Reporting
Appendix E. Glossary of Legal Terms Used in Civil and/or Criminal Cases
Appendix F. Fact Sheet: The President's Family Justice Center Initiative
Appendix G. Suggested Information to Put on a Shoe Card to Give to IPVA Victims
Appendix H. Health Appraisal Questionnaire
Appendix I. Mrs. B's Responses to Kaiser Permanente San Diego's Standarized Biopsychosocial Questionnaire
Appendix J. Selected Reading List
 
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