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intimate partner violence
The response to complaints of intimate partner violence on college campuses can vary greatly depending on the school and locale. The lack of a clear, consistent protocol lies at the center of the disconnect when it comes to school and law enforcement authorities taking action. IPV specialist, Teresa Salinas, LSW describes how handling reports on threatening behaviors towards others on campus requires coordination at the individual, campus, local, and state levels.
Stalking is a pervasive and too often underreported (or under-recognized) form of intimate partner or dating violence, especially on college campuses. Read more to learn about the challenges of handling disclosures of stalking, and the steps to take in order to protect victims on college campuses.
Read more for a roundup of newsworthy articles in the area of child injury prevention from November 2018.
Read more for October's roundup of newsworthy articles in the world of child injury prevention.
Read this roundup of newsworthy articles in the world of child injury prevention for September 2018.
Read an abbreviated version of a blog from Ashlee Murray, MD, MPH on screening for intimate partner violence in the healthcare setting.
Technology in the ED can make practicing violence prevention simple, evidence-based and time efficient for clinicians.
For today's Flashback Friday post, I wanted to re-share a blog post on the consequences of victim blaming in cases of sexual assault by Violence Prevention Initiative Fellow Christine Forke Young, a relevant post in today's culture of #metoo.
This guest post from Jessica DuBois Palardy, LSW describes CHOP's comprehensive approach to addressing intimate partner violence, as well as her experience presenting at the recent National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence.
Watch a recorded webinar presented by CHOP's Violence Prevention Initiative and Lutheran Settlement House, which defines intimate partner violence and discusses strategies for addressing it in the pediatric healthcare setting.