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Feeling Shame: Insights on Intimate Partner Violence

Zarif, Marjan

Journal of Christian Nursing:
doi: 10.1097/CNJ.0b013e3181fe3d14
Feature: CE Connection
Abstract

ABSTRACT: Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a serious health issue; however, many healthcare providers do not routinely ask about IPV or administer screening. Due to the high incidence of this problem, providers must be aware of risk factors, screening methods, and appropriate interventions, and screen all female patients for abuse.

In Brief

Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a serious health issue; however, many healthcare providers do not routinely administer screening. Learn about risk factors, screening methods, and intervention. The CE test for this article is available only online at NursingCenter.com/CE/CNJ.

Author Information

Marjan Zarif, MSN, RN, is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner at Carson-Newman College in Jefferson, Tennessee.

The author has disclosed that she has no financial relationships related to this article.

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