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Intimate Partner Violence During Pregnancy, A Guide for Clinicians: Thumbnail Slide Index

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1. Intimate Partner Violence During Pregnancy
1. Intimate Partner Violence 
During Pregnancy
2. Facts About Intimate Partner Violence 
2. Facts About Intimate Partner Violence
3. All Women Are at Risk 
3. All Women Are at Risk    
4. Window of Opportunity (Patient/Provider Interactions)
4. Window of Opportunity (Patient/Provider Interactions) 
5. Window of Opportunity (Women and Pregnancy) 
5. Window of Opportunity (Women and Pregnancy)  
6. Definitions Intimate Partner 
6. Definitions Intimate Partner
7. Violence 
7. Violence 
8. Physical Violence 
8. Physical Violence  
9. Sexual Violence 
9. Sexual Violence
10. Psychologic and Emotional Abuse 
10. Psychologic and Emotional Abuse
11. Coercive Control and Intimidation 
11. Coercive Control and
Intimidation
  
12. Violence and Pregnancy (Prevalence)
12. Violence and Pregnancy (Prevalence)
13. Violence and Pregnancy (Common for Pregnant Women)
13. Violence and Pregnancy (Common for Pregnant Women)  
14. Demographic and Psychosocial Risk Factors
14. Demographic and Psychosocial Risk Factors
15. Possible Effects on Fetus 
15. Possible Effects on Fetus
16. Possible Risks for Children
16. Possible Risks for Children
17. Barriers to Screening
17. Barriers to Screening
18. Use Your "RADAR" 
18. Use Your "RADAR" 
19. Routinely Screen Every Patient
19. Routinely Screen Every Patient
20. Components of Screening (Overview) 
20. Components of Screening (Overview)  
21. Review Medical History (General Indicators)
21. Review Medical History  
(General Indicators)
22. Review Medical History (Pregnancy-Related Factors) 
22. Review Medical History
(Pregnancy-Related Factors)   
23.  Observe Woman's Behavior 
23.  Observe Woman's Behavior     
24. Observe Partner's Behavior 
24. Observe Partner's Behavior   
25. Routine Screening Ask Directly
25. Routine Screening Ask Directly
(Confidentiality and Reporting)    
26. Ask Directly (How to Begin)
26. Ask Directly (How to Begin)
27. Open the Door
27. Open the Door
28. Abuse Assessment Screen  
28. Abuse Assessment Screen   
29. Abuse Assessment Screen (Questions 1 & 2)
29. Abuse Assessment Screen (Questions 1 & 2)       
30. Abuse Assessment Screen (Questions 3 & 4)
30. Abuse Assessment Screen (Questions 3 & 4)
31. Additional Questions    
31. Additional Questions    
32. Questions Not to Ask
32. Questions Not to Ask
33. Reasons for a "No" Response  
33. Reasons for a "No" Response    
34. Responding to "No"  
34. Responding to "No"  
35.  Responding to "Yes" 
35.  Responding to "Yes" 
36. Document Your Findings    
36. Document Your Findings      
37. Assess Patient's Safety    
37. Assess Patient's Safety     
38. Components of a Safety Plan
38. Components of a Safety Plan
39. Patient Options
39. Patient Options
40. Referrals  
40. Referrals  
41. Referrals (continued)
41. Referrals (continued)
42. National Toll-Free Hotlines   
42. National Toll-Free Hotlines    
43. Collaborative Response   
43. Collaborative Response       
44. For More Information  
44. For More Information  

Date last reviewed: 02/07/2012
Content source: Division of Reproductive Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

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