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Intimate Violence in Adolescent Relationships Recognizing and Intervening

Seimer, Belinda S. MSN, RN, CFNP

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Women in the United States are more likely to be assaulted, injured, raped, or killed by an intimate partner or expartner than by any other perpetrator. Adolescents who are exposed to violence in their family of origin are at risk for violence in their own future relationships. This article provides an overview of the subject of intimate violence in adolescent relationships. The author suggests that it is critical for providers to advocate for patients by routinely inquiring about intimate violence at each healthcare visit and assisting the patient to resolution.

© 2004 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.


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