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Documenting Domestic Violence: How Health Care Providers Can Help Victims
A well documented medical record can strengthen domestic violence cases when they are brought to court. It constitutes third-party factual evidence corroborating or establishing that abuse has occurred and may be useful to pro se litigants in a variety o
Domestic Violence Brochure
A practical guide designed to assist physicians and other health care workers in helping victims of domestic violence.
Domestic Violence Project
The American Academy of Facial and Plastic Reconstructive Surgery and NCADV offer a 24-hour toll-free number for victims of domestic violence who are burdened with the physical scars located on the head and neck.
Domestic Violence and Mental Health Policy Initiative
The Domestic Violence and Mental Health Policy Initiative (DVMHPI) is a Chicago-based project designed to address the unmet mental health needs of domestic violence survivors and their children. DVMHPI offers information and technical assistance to local
Forensic Nursing Techniques
Information on screening for violence in a medical setting.
International Coalition on Abuse and Disabilities
ICAD is the electronic mailing list of the International Coalition on Abuse & Disability (ICAD). The ICAD organization is an informal network of people with disabilities, researchers, service providers, and others concerned about violence as it affect
PTSD and Long-Term Abuse
Article for survivors on post-traumatic stress disorder and its impact on women who have suffered long term abuse.
Violence Against Women With Disabilities
This assessment addresses the frequency with which women with mental health and cognitive disabilities access domestic violence and sexual assault programs; the ability of service providers to identify domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking amo
What Health Care Providers Can Do About Domestic Violence
Pullout Guide, Population Reports, Series L, Number 11 published by the Population Information Program, Center for Communication Programs, The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
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