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Did you know your relationship affects your health? : a train the trainers curriculum on addressing intimate partner violence, reproductive and sexual health by Linda Chamberlain, Rebecca Levenson, Erica Monasterio and Virginia Duplessis

By: Chamberlain, Linda.
Contributor(s): Levenson, Rebecca | Monasterio, Erica | Duplessis, Virginia.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: San Francisco, CA : Futures Without Violence, 2014Edition: 3rd ed.Description: Spiral bound ; 30 cm. Includes DVD; electronic document (60 p.); PDF file.Subject(s): INTERVENTION | HEALTH SERVICES | PREGNANCY | SEXUAL HEALTH | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | TRAINING RESOURCES | UNITED STATESDDC classification: 362.8292 CHA Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: This curriculum focuses on the crucial role of the health care provider in identifying and addressing IPV, reproductive coercion (RC), and sexual coercion (SC). The curriculum provides training, tools, and resources to help health care providers address these complex and sometimes uncomfortable issues. It highlights research that demonstrates how a brief intervention using a safety card to educate female patients about RC and SC during primary care and reproductive health visits can improve reproductive health outcomes and promote safe and health relationships. Safety cards and other resources for integrating and sustaining a trauma-informed coordinated response to IPV, RC, and SC are included in this curriculum. (From the website). This manual can also be downloaded free from the website, where you will also find related resources. Record #6034
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This curriculum focuses on the crucial role of the health care provider in identifying and addressing IPV, reproductive coercion (RC), and sexual coercion (SC). The curriculum provides training, tools, and resources to help health care providers address these complex and sometimes uncomfortable issues. It highlights research that demonstrates how a brief intervention using a safety card to educate female patients about RC and SC during primary care and reproductive health visits can improve reproductive health outcomes and promote safe and health relationships. Safety cards and other resources for integrating and sustaining a trauma-informed coordinated response to IPV, RC, and SC are included in this curriculum. (From the website). This manual can also be downloaded free from the website, where you will also find related resources. Record #6034