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6 TIPS FOR NURSES USING SOCIAL MEDIA, American Nurses Association, Silver Spring, MD: September 2011.

ADDRESSING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: RESULTS FROM A NATIONAL SURVEY OF TITLE X FAMILY PLANNING PROVIDERS, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: January 2004.

AFFORDABLE CARE ACT

The Affordable Care Act & Women's Health, Family Violence Prevention and Services Program, Washington, DC: updated December 2013.

Affordable Care Act: New Information and Options for Domestic Violence Victims, National Network to End Domestic Violence, Washington, DC: March 2014.

Eligibility for Premium Tax Credit for Victims of Domestic Abuse (notice 2014-23), Internal Revenue Service, Washington, DC: March 26, 2014.

Family Violence Prevention and Services and the Affordable Care Act & Benefits for Domestic Violence Survivors, Family and Youth Services Bureau, Washington, DC: December 12, 2013.

Get the Facts on the Affordable Care Act & Benefits for Domestic Violence Survivors, Family and Youth Services Bureau, Washington, DC: December 16, 2013.

Helping Consumers with Complex Cases Enroll in Special Enrollment Periods in the Health Insurance Marketplace (scroll down to see "victims of domestic abuse").

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA): Resources for Frequently Asked Questions, Angela Napili, Congressional Research Service, Washington, DC: March 7, 2014.

Refugees and the Affordable Care Act (fact sheet), Office of Refugee Resettlement, Washington, DC: August 2013.

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NURSING CALLS ON NURSES TO INCREASE SAFETY-PROMOTING BEHAVIORS OF ABUSED WOMEN; FIRST RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL IN NURSE SAFETY INTERVENTION, Business Wire, San Francisco, CA: March 1, 2004.  Copyright © 2004 Business Wire, Inc. See Increasing the Safety-Promoting Behaviors of Abused Women, Judith McFarlane. Copyright © 2004 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.

ANTIDOTE FOR CONFLICT; TREATING YOUTH VIOLENCE AS A HEALTH ISSUE, PEDIATRICIANS TECH KIDS HOW TO STAY OUT OF TROUBLE, Scott Allen, Boston Globe, Boston, MA: April 3, 2006. Copyright © 2006 Globe Newspaper Company.

AUTHORIZATION FOR DISCLOSURE OF HEALTH INFORMATION.

Before it Occurs: Primary Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse (chapter 10), Larry Cohen, Rachel Davis and Corinne Graffunder, The Physician’s Guide to Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse, Volcano Press, Volcano, CA: 2006. Copyright © 2000-2006 Volcano Press.

Blue Shield of California Foundation to Offer Free Online Training for Doctors Treating Domestic Violence Victims, Business Wire, San Francisco, CA: July 13, 2006. Copyright © 2006 Business Wire, Inc. See Online Training and Education Program.

BONE DOCTORS MAY MISS SIGNS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE, SURVEY FINDS, Robert Preidt, HealthDay, MedlinePlus, Bethesda, MD: November 15, 2013. Copyright © 2013 HealthDay.

BRIDGING THE GAP ~ SCREENING AND COUNSELING FOR INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IN HEALTH CARE SETTINGS, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Steering Committee on Violence Against Women, Washington, DC: October 9, 2012.

BUILDING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HEALTH CARE RESPONSES IN INDIAN COUNTRY: A PROMISING PRACTICES REPORT, Futures Without , in collaboration with Mending the Sacred Hoop and Sacred Circle. Copyright © 2010 Family Violence Prevention Fund.

CHANGING DENTISTS’ KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR REGARDING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE THROUGH AN INTERACTIVE MULTIMEDIA TUTORIAL, Nancy Kwon Hsieh, Karen Herzig, Stuart A. Gansky, Dale Danley and Barbara Gerbert, Journal of the American Dental Association (volume 137), American Dental Association, Chicago, IL: May 2006. Copyright © 2006 American Dental Association.

Clinic Detects domestic violence, Tucson Citizen, Tucson, AZ: July 16, 2004. Copyright © 2004 Tucson Citizen. See Clinic-Based Screening for Domestic Violence: Use of a Child-Safety Questionnaire, Richard A.A. Wahl, Doris J. Sisk and Thomas M. Ball, BMC Medicine (volume 2, issue 25), June 30, 2004. Copyright © 1999-2004 BioMed Central Ltd.

COMPASSION FATIGUE IS A CALL TO ACTION, Dike Drummond, The Blog, The Huffington Post, December 10, 2012. Copyright © 2012 TheHuffingtonPost.com, Inc.

COMPENDIUM OF STATE AND U.S. TERRITORY STATUTES AND POLICIES ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND HEALTH CARE, produced by Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA. Copyright © 2013 Futures Without Violence.

COMPETENCIES NEEDED BY HEALTH PROFESSIONALS FOR ADDRESSING EXPOSURE TO VIOLENCE AND ABUSE IN PATIENT CARE, Academy on Violence & Abuse, Eden Prairie, MN: April 2011.

COMPUTER-ASSISTED SCREENING FOR INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND CONTROL: A RANDOMIZED TRIAL, Farah Ahmad, Sheilah Hogg-Johnson, Donna E. Stewart, Harvey A. Skinner, Richard H. Glazier and Wendy Levinson, Annals of Internal Medicine (volume 151 [2], pages 93-102), American College of Physicians, Philadelphia, PA: July 2009. Copyright © 2009 American College of Physicians.

COMPUTER-BASED SCREENING MAY ENCOURAGE DISCUSSIONS ABOUT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Newswise, Charlottesville, VA: May 18, 2006. Copyright © 2006 Newswise. Read Lowering the Threshold for Discussions of Domestic Violence ~ A Randomized Controlled Trial of Computer Screening.

Delphi Instrument for Hospital-Based Domestic Violence Program, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.

DEMOCRATS VOW TO BAN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AS 'PRE-EXISTING CONDITION', CNN, Washington, DC: October 6, 2009. Copyright © 2009 Cable News Network.

Diagnostic and Treatment Guidelines on Domestic Violence, American Medical Association, Chicago, IL: March 1992.

DOCTORS URGED TO LOOK FOR ABUSE; FEMALE VICTIMS NEED MORE HELP, STUDY SAYS, Julie Davidow, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Seattle, WA: May 16, 2006. Copyright © 1996-2006 Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Read Intimate Partner Violence and Women’s Physical, Mental, and Social Functioning.

DOCUMENTING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: HOW HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS CAN HELP VICTIMS, Nancy E. Isaac and Pualani Enos, Research in Brief, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: September 2001.

DOES IT VIOLATE A PATIENT'S PRIVACY RIGHTS WHEN A HEALTH CARE PROVIDER CALLS OUT A VICTIM ADVOCATE, Training Bulletin ~ Notification of Advocates and HIPAA Protections, End Violence Against Women International, Addy, WA: January 2013.

DOMESTIC ABUSE OFTEN ESCAPES NOTICE OF ER STAFF: STUDY, HealthDay, March 18, 2011. Copyright © 2011 HealthDay.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND HEALTH CARE (special collection), Futures Without Violence National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence and National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, updated September 2013.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND HEALTH CARE (special collection), Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse and National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, October 2008.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THE ROLE OF THE HEALTHCARE PROVIDER: THE VALUE OF EDUCATING ON ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION STRATEGIES (white paper), Rutgers School of Social Work, Center on Violence Against Women and Children, Verizon Foundation and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, 2013.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HEALTH CARE PROVIDER TRAINING EVALUATION TOOLKIT, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Harrisburg, PA: 2003.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAMS IN HEALTH CARE SETTINGS ARE COST EFFECTIVE, Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, December 1, 2004. Copyright © 2004 Gale Group, Inc. and Townsend Letter Group.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SCREENING FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS, Jennifer A. Conway and Kristen M. McGinnis, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University and Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, Fall 2008.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SCREENING STUDY, Speaking Up (volume 12, issue 2), Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: February 14, 2006.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ~ RESPONSIBILITIES OF PHYSICIANS, HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS, AND COMMUNITY LEADERS, M. Basheer Ahmed, Journal of the Tarrant County Medical Society, Tarrant County Medical Society, Fort Worth, TX: May 2008.

FAMILY MATTERS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Eric Caine and Catherine Cerulli, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester, NY: May 23, 2005. Copyright © 2005 Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.

Family Violence: An Intervention Model for Dental Professionals, Kristin Littel, OVC Bulletin, Office for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC: December 2004.

Family Violence Prevention & Health Practice e-journal (issue 12), Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: Spring 2012. Copyright © 2012 Futures Without Violence.

For California Physicians: A Smarter Approach to Domestic Violence ~ ONLINE TRAINING AND EDUCATION PROGRAM, Blue Shield of California Foundation, San Francisco, CA.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: THE HIPAA PRIVACY REGULATIONS (FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICE AGENCIES), Rodney Hudson, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: 2003.

GOOD NEWS FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS IN HEALTH REFORM, Speaking Up (volume 16, issue 4), Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: March 30, 2010.

A GUIDE FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS: CONFIDENTIALITY AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS IN MARYLAND ~ RESPONDING TO ABUSE AND NEGLECT OF CHILDREN, INTIMATE PARTNERS AND VULNERABLE ADULTS (brochure), Maryland Health Care Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Baltimore, MD: June 2006.

GUIDELINES FOR PREVENTING WORKPLACE VIOLENCE FOR HEALTH CARE & SOCIAL WORKERS, Occupational Safety & Health Administration, Washington, DC: 2004.

Healing Center: Domestic Violence Healthcare Center Expands with New Clinic, Estephanie Resnik, The Miami Herald, August 13, 2006. Copyright © 2006 The Miami Herald.

HEALTH CARE LAW GIVES WOMEN CONTROL OVER THEIR CARE, OFFERS FREE PREVENTIVE SERVICES TO 47 MILLION WOMEN, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Washington, DC: July 31, 2012. See research report.

HEALTH CARE REFORM AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN?, Rev. Marie M. Fortune, FaithTrust Institute, Seattle, WA: September 16, 2009.

Health e-BULLETIN, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: Summer 2014. Copyright © 2014 Futures Without Violence.

Health Insurance Coverage: Estimates from the National Health Interview Survey, 2004, Robin A. Cohen and Michael E. Martinez, National Center for Health Statistics, June 2005.

HEALTH INSURANCE PORTABILITY & ACCOUNTABILITY ACT (HIPAA), Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape.

HEALTH REFORM OFFERS MORE CARE TO ABUSE SURVIVORS, Rebecca Harshbarger, Women's eNews, New York, NY: November 3, 2009. Copyright © 2009 Women's eNews.

Health Resources and Services Administration's (HRSA) MCHB: Special Initiatives on Domestic Violence, Karen Hench, Health Alert, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: July 20, 2004.

HEALTH SCREENING STUDY MISLEADING, EXPERTS SAY, Speaking Up (volume 15, issue 12), Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: August 17, 2009. See Screening May Not Lessen Domestic Violence.

Health Workers Support New HIV Guidelines, Associated Press, CNN.com, Atlanta, GA: January 21, 2005. Copyright © 2005 Associated Press.

HealthCARE EQUALITY INDEX 2012 ~ PROMOTING EQUITABLE AND INCLUSIVE CARE FOR LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND TRANSGENDER PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES, Human Rights Campaign Foundation, Washington, DC. Copyright © 2012 Human Rights Campaign Foundation.

Helping Young Children Affected by Domestic Violence: The Role of Pediatric Health Settings, Betsy McAlister Groves, Kenneth Fox and Susan Schechter (editor), Paper #1 in the Series – Early Childhood, Domestic Violence and Poverty: Helping Young Children and Their Families, School of Social Work ~ University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA: January 2004. Copyright © 2004 The University of Iowa.

HIDDEN COSTS IN HEALTH CARE: THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF VIOLENCE AND ABUSE, Theresa Dolezal, David McCollum and Michael Callahan, Academy on Violence & Abuse, Eden Prairie, MN, 2009.

HIPAA PRIVACY GUIDELINES AND SEXUAL ASSAULT CRISIS CENTERS, Texas Association Against Sexual Assault and Office of the Attorney General, Texas, Austin, TX.

HISTORIC VICTORY FOR HEALTH CARE RESPONSE TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Standing Firm, Pittsburgh, PA: July 19, 2011. Copyright © 2011 Standing Firm.

HOSPITAL FAILED NURSE, INQUEST TOLD, Doug Schmidt, Windsor Star, Windsor, Ontario, CA: November 29, 2007. Copyright © 2007 CanWest Interactive.

Hospital Program Identifies More Domestic Violence, Rebecca Vesely, Women’s eNews, June 13, 2005. Copyright © 2005 Women’s eNews.

HOSPITALS REVIEW SECURITY POLICIES IN LIGHT OF TUESDAY'S SHOOTING, Liz Freeman, Naples News, Naples, FL: July 6, 2011. Copyright © 2011 Scripps Interactive Newspapers Group.

HOW CAN PRACTITIONERS HELP AN ABUSED WOMAN LOWER HER RISK OF DEATH?, Carolyn Rebecca Block, NIJ Journal (issue 250), National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC: November 2003.

how safe is new york city? sexual assault services in emergency departments ~ A RESEARCH REPORT FROM THE NEW YORK CITY ALLIANCE AGAINST SEXUAL ASSAULT, Deborah Fry, New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault, New York, NY: April 2007. Copyright © 2007 New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault.

HUMAN TRAFFICKING: WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE HEALTH CARE PROVIDER?, Patricia A. Crane and Melissa Moreno, Journal of Applied Research on Children: Informing Policy for Children at Risk (volume 2 [1], article 7), March 15, 2011. Copyright © 2012 Texas Medical Center Library.

The “I have an ‘owie’” health care providers’ role after crawfordDavis & Hammon, Allie Phillips, Update (volume 19, number 4 & 5), National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse, Alexandria, VA: 2006.

Improving the Health Care Response to Domestic Violence in Vermont: RESOURCES for Health Care Practitioners and Administrators, Vermont Medical Society, Montpelier, VT.

INCREASing the SAFETY-PROMOTING BEHAVIORS OF ABUSED WOMEN (abstract), Judith McFarlane, et al, American Journal of Nursing (volume 104 [3], pages 40-50), March 2004. Copyright © 2004 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.

INJURY & VIOLENCE PREVENTION ARE ESSENTIAL TO U.S. HEALTH REFORM, Safe States Alliance, Atlanta, GA: June 2009.

INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE VICTIMIZATION ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS FOR USE IN HEALTHCARE SETTINGS (version 1), K.C. Basile, M.F. Hertz, and S.E. Back, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Atlanta, GA: 2007.

INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE EDUCATION GUIDELINES, International Association of Forensic Nurses, Elk Ridge, MD. Copyright © 2013 International Association of Forensic Nurses.

INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IN RURAL U.S. AREAS: WHAT EVERY NURSE SHOULD KNOW, Children's Safety Network, Waltham, MA: May 1, 2014.

KAISER COMMISSION ON MEDICAIR AND THE UNINSURED ~ A FOUNDATION FOR HEALTH REFORM: FINDINGS OF A 50 STATE SURVEY OF ELIGIBILITY RULES, ENROLLMENT AND RENEWAL PROCEDURES, AND COST-SHARING PRACTICES IN MEDICAID AND CHIP FOR CHILDREN AND PARENTS DURING 2009, Donna Cohen Rooss, Marian Jarlenski, Samantha Artiga and Caryn Marks, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and The Kaiser Family Foundation, December 2009. Read Nine States Get Bonuses for Boosting Enrollment for Uninsured Children in CHIP, Medicaid.

KAISER PERMANENTE HONORED FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM, Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, CA: October 8, 2009.

Making the Connection: Domestic Violence and Public Health, Linda Chamberlain, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA.

Male Sexual Abuse Survivors Struggle in Relations with Health Care Providers – Study, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, CA: June 23, 2006. See Towards Malecentric Communication: Sensitizing Health Professionals to the Realities of Male Childhood Sexual Abuse Survivors.

MANDATORY REPORTING AND FORENSIC NURSE EXAMINERS AND OTHER HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONERS, Lisae C. Jordan, Sexual Assault Legal Institute, Silver Spring, MD: July 1, 2012.

Medical Management of Intimate Partner Violence Considering the Stages of Change: Precontemplation and Contemplation, Therese Zink, et al, Annals of Family Medicine (volume 2, number 3), May-June 2004.

Medical Power & Control Wheel, Domestic Violence Project, Kenosha, WI.  Adapted from the Power and Control Wheel developed by Domestic Abuse Intervention Project, Duluth, MN.

Medical Providers’ Guide to Managing the Care of Domestic Violence Patients within a Cultural Context, Tracy Weber and Leanne Katz Levine, Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence, New York, NY: August 2003.

MORE THAN 'CSI' ~ FORENSIC NURSES WORK WHERE LAW, MEDICINE INTERSECT, JoAnn Klimkiewicz, Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT: May 10, 2006. Copyright © 2006 Hartford Courant.

MURDER IS NO ACCIDENT: THE ROLE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONALS IN KEEPING ADOLESCENTS SAFE, Susan Limber, George D. Lundberg, Howard R. Spivak, Medscape, posted August 25, 2006. Copyright © 2006 Medscape LLC.

NATIONAL CONSENSUS GUIDELINES ON IDENTIFYING AND RESPONDING TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMIZATION IN HEALTH CARE SETTINGS, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: September 2002, updated February 2004.

NAVIGATING THE WORLD OF SOCIAL MEDIA (fact sheet), American Nurses Association, Silver Spring, MD: September 2011.

NEED FOR ADVOCACY SERVICES, Training Bulletin: Follow-Up ~ More on Advocates, Routine Notification and HIPAA, End Violence Against Women International, Addy, WA: February 2013.

THE NEED FOR GENDER EQUITY IN HEALTH CARE COVERAGE, WomanView (volume 13, issue 6), Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law, Chicago, IL: October 22, 2009.

NEW DHHS RECOMMENDATION FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SCREENING AND COUNSELING (webinar), Futures Without Violence and Family Violence Prevention and Services Program, July 24, 2012.

Overview

Screening for IPV by Health Care Providers: FVPSA Response, Marylouise Kelley, Family Violence Prevention and Services Program

Why the shift in health response? Long term health consequences, Lisa James, Futures Without Violence

NEW DIRECTIONS FROM THE FIELD: VICTIMS' RIGHTS AND SERVICES FOR THE 21st CENTURY ~ HEALTH CARE COMMUNITY, OVW Bulletin, Office for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC: August 1998.

NEW GUIDELINES ENCOURAGE REGULAR SCREENING FOR INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE, Healthline, November 28, 2012. Copyright © 2005-2012 Healthline Networks, Inc.

NEW ONLINE JOURNAL EXPLORES DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN HEALTH CARE & PUBLIC HEALTH SETTINGS, Speaking Up (volume 11, issue 3), Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: March 18, 2005. Read Family Violence Prevention & Health Practice.

New Resource on Screening Patients For Abuse, Speaking Up (volume 10, issue 8), Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: April 30, 2004.

NOW THAT WE ARE DOING ROUTINE SCREENING VIOLENCE ~ WHAT SHOULD 'BRIEF COUNSELING' LOOK LIKE? ~ A RESEARCH AGENDA, Jacquelyn Campbell, Intimate Partner Violence Screening and Counseling Research Symposium, National Institutes of Health, Washington, DC: December 2013.

NURSES AND COMPASSION FATIGUE, Laurie Barkin, Gift From Within, Camden, ME: December 2011. Copyright © Laurie Barkin, RN, MS.

OCTOBER 12, 2005 IS HEALTH CARES ABOUT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DAY, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA.

THE OHIO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTOCOL FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS: STANDARDS OF CARE, Ohio Domestic Violence Network and National Health Care Standards Campaign Committee, Ohio Chapter, Columbus, OH: 2003.

Online Education Now Available for Medical and Mental Health Professionals, Columbus Coalition Against Family Violence and Columbus State Community College, Columbus, OH: August 2006.

PATIENT VIOLENCE AGAINST HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS ~ SAFETY ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT, Robert I. Simon, Psychiatric Times (volume 28, number 2), UBM Medica, London, UK: March 3, 2011. Copyright © 1996-2011 UBM Medica, LLC.

Patients' Experiences and Perspectives on Assessment for Lifetime Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence and Forced Sex, Rebecca Whiteman et al, Health Alert, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: July 20, 2004.

Penn Researcher Uses Computer-Based Screening to Help Identify Domestic Violence Victims, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA: May 23, 2006. See Lowering the Threshold for Discussions of Domestic Violence ~ A Randomized Controlled Trial of Computer Screening.

A PREDICTIVE MODEL TO IDENTIFY WOMEN WITH INJURIES RELATED TO INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE, Leslie R. Halpern and Thomas B. Dodson, Journal of the American Dental Association (volume 137), American Dental Association, Chicago, IL: May 2006. Copyright © 2006 American Dental Association.

PRINCIPLES FOR SOCIAL NETWORKING AND THE NURSE, American Nurses Association, 2011. Copyright © 2011 American Nurses Association.

PROVIDER-PATIENT DISCUSSIONS CAN HELP DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS SPEAK UP, CAEPV e-update, Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence, Bloomington, IL: December 14, 2007.

RESTRAINT USE (policy and procedure), Banner Health, January 13, 2011.

In Non Violent Situations

Violent Situations

RISK INDICATORS TO IDENTIFY INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT, Nadine Wathen, Ellen Jamieson, Margo Wilson, Martin Daly, Andrew Worster and Harriet MacMillan, Open Medicine (volume 1, number 2), Ottawa, ON, CA: 2007.

SCREENING FOR ABUSE MAY BE KEY TO ENDING IT, Erin N. Marcus, The New York Times, New York, NY: May 20, 2008. Copyright © 2008 The New York Times.

Screening for Perpetrators in Medical Settings, The Non-Violence Alliance, Middletown, CT: Fall 2004.

SCREENING MAY NOT LESSEN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Robert Preidt, HealthDay, Norwalk, CT: August 4, 2009. Copyright © 2009 ScoutNews, LLC. Read Health Screening Study Misleading, Experts Say.

SCREENING TOOL HELPS IDENTIFY MOTHERS AFFECTED BY INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE, CAEPV Update, Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence, Bloomington, IL: January 25, 2008.

SCREENING WOMEN FOR INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE ~ A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW TO UPDATE THE 2004 U.S. PREVENTIVE SERVICES TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATION, Heidi D. Nelson, Christina Bougatsos and Ian Blazina, Annals of Internal Medicine (volume 156, number 11), American College of Physicians, Philadelphia, PA: June 2012. Copyright © 2012 American College of Physicians.

SEXUAL ASSAULT AND SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES TREATMENT GUIDELINES 2006, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA.

SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN LATER LIFE ~ A TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GUIDE FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS, National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Enola, PA. Copyright © 2013 National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

SLAYING QUICKENS PUSH FOR MED SCHOOL CHECKS, Erik Brady and Robert Davis, USA Today, October 19, 2004. Copyright © 2004 Gannett Company, Inc.

STATE CODES ON INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE VICTIMIZATION REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: revised October 6, 2007.

STRENGTHENING POLICIES TO SUPPORT CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES WHO EXPERIENCE TRAUMA, Janice L. Cooper, Rachel Masi, Sarah Dababnah, Yumiko Aratani and Jane Knitzer, National Center for Children in Poverty, New York, NY: July 2007.

study shows online education improves physician response to domestic violence, PR Newswire, San Francisco, CA: March 14, 2007.

Violence Against Women: A Review of Impact and Practices, Christine Edmunds, Dan Petersen, Thomas Underwood and Kristine Hart (contributor), Joint Center on Violence and Victim Studies, Topeka, KS: Copyright © 2002.

Violence in our Hospitals, Peace@Work, Raleigh, NC: July 22, 2005. See Workplace Violence: A Survey of Emergency Physicians in the State of Michigan.

Violence iS PREVENTABLE: A BEST PRACTICES GUIDE FOR LAUNCHING & SUSTAINING A HOSPITAL-BASED PROGRAM TO BREAK THE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE, Naneen Karraker, Rebecca M. Cunningham, Marla G. Becker, Joel A. Fein and Lyndee M. Knox, National Network of Hospital-based Violence Intervention Programs and Youth Alive!, Oakland, CA: 2011. Copyright © 2011 Youth Alive!

VIOLENCE: TRAUMA IS THE COMMON DENOMINATOR, HEALING IS THE COMMON GOAL ~ ADDRESSING THE ESCALATING PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS WITH INTEGRATED TRAUMA-INFORMED SOLUTIONS, Witness Justice, Frederick, MD.

Virtual Lecture Hall Launches Innovative Online Domestic Violence Education Program for Physicians, Virtual Lecture Hall, Medical Directions, Inc., PR Newswire, October 14, 2004.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: SEX TRAFFICKING AND SEXUAL EXPLOITATION ~ A TRAINING TOOL FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS, Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research and ASU School of Social Work, Tempe, AZ: 2014.

WHEN IS IT OKAY UNDER HIPAA TO REPORT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE?, Report on Patient Privacy, Washington, DC: May 2007. Copyright © 2007 by Atlantic Information Services, Inc.

WhITE PAPER: A NURSE'S GUIDE TO THE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA, National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Chicago, IL: August 2011.

WHY PHYSICIANS AND NURSES ASK (OR DON'T) ABOUT PARTNER VIOLENCE. A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS, Charlene E. Beynon, Iris A. Gutmanis, Leslie M. Tutty, C. Nadine Wathen and Harriet L. MacMillan, BMC Public Health (volume 12, issue 473), June 21, 2012. Copyright © 2012 BioMed Central Ltd.

WORKING WITH THE hEALTH SECTOR TO ADDRESS VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS (programming module), UN Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women and UN Population Fund, New York, NY: February 2011.

Workplace Violence and Corporate Policy for Health Care Settings, Paul T. Clements, Joseph T. DeRanieri, Kathleen Clark, Martin S. Manno and Douglas Wolcik Kuhn, Nursing Economics$ (volume 23, number 3), Pittman, NJ: May 1, 2005. Copyright © 2005 Jannetti Publications, Inc.

"YOU'RE NOT A VICTIM OF DOMESTIC Violence, aRE YOU?" PROVIDER ~ PATEINT COMMUNICATION ABOUT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Karin V. Rhodes, Richard M. Frankel, Naomi Levinthal, Elizabeth Prenoveau, Jeannine Bailey and Wendy Levinson, Annals of Internal Medicine (volume 147 [9], pages 620-627), November 6, 2007. Copyright © 2007 American College of Physicians.

 


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