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Interpersonal Violence Prevention In The Emergency Department: New Perspectives On Screening Techniques, Target Populations, And Directions For Future Research
Interpersonal Violence Prevention In The Emergency Department: New Perspectives On Screening Techniques, Target Populations, And Directions For Future Research
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The ED serves as a potentially ideal setting to address violence. Aside from providing the direct medical care for victims of violence, many people at risk for both violent injury and perpetration of violent acts use the ED more frequently than the general population.

Interpersonal Violence Prevention In The Emergency Department: New Perspectives On Screening Techniques, Target Populations, And Directions For Future Research explores and reviews the literature regarding violence and its prevention, with a specific focus on intimate partner and youth violence. You receive a review of current interventions and recommendations for the practicing emergency clinician regarding care of the patient affected by violence.

You can also earn 4 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM -- at no extra charge.

Table of Contents:

  • Abstract
  • Case Presentations
  • Introduction
  • Critical Appraisal of the Literature
  • Nomenclature and Definitions
  • Epidemiology
  • Pathophysiology of Violence
  • Diagnosis of Intimate Partner and Community/Youth Violence
  • Treatment and Prevention of Re-Injury
  • Directions for Future Research
  • Summary
  • Case Conclusions
  • References
  • Table 1. Factors Associated With a Manís Risk for Abusing his Partner
  • Table 2. Sensitivities and Specificities of Commonly Used Screening Tools for Intimate Partner Violence
  • Table 3. Brief FiGHTS Score Questionnaire

Authors

Jennifer Bellows, MD, MPH
Department of Emergency Medicine, Denver Health Hospital and the University of Colorado, Denver, CO

Debra Houry, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Director, Emory Center for Injury Control, Emory University, Atlanta GA

Peer Reviewers

Sheree Givre, MD, FACEP
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine; Associate Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, Elmhurst Hospital Center, New York, NY

Peter L. Shearer, MD
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Residency Program Director, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY

Number of CME credits: 4 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM

CME credit expiration date: January 1, 2016

Publication Date: January 2013
Number of Pages: 20
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