Upon completion of this
course, the health professional should be able to do the following:
- Define domestic/intimate
- Discuss the prevalence
of abuse, and consider the numbers of patients in his/her practice that may
be either victims or perpetrators of domestic violence.
- List four types of abuse.
- Discuss assessment and
screening procedures for determining whether a patient has any history of
being either a victim, or a perpetrator, of domestic violence.
- Explain the Florida state
regulations in relation to reporting abuse for children, vulnerable adults,
and adults in general.
- Describe the steps for
- List at least 4 different
intervention services in the state of Florida.
- Describe how to provide
vulnerable patients with information on, or how to refer such patients to,
resources in the local community, such as
- domestic violence
centers and other advocacy groups, that provide legal aid,
- victim counseling
- batterer counseling,
or child protection services.
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