Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Screening and Counseling Services in Clinical Settings

Issue Brief
  1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey: 2010 Findings on Victimization by Sexual Orientation, January 2013.

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  2. U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, Final Recommendation Statement: Intimate Partner Violence, Elder Abuse, and Abuse of Vulnerable Adults: Screening, October 2018.

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  3. Cheng, D. Intimate Partner Violence and Pregnancy, January 2017.

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  4. CDC, The Impact of Intimate Partner Violence: A 2015 NISVS Research In-Brief, August 2019.

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  5. Miller E, McCaw B, Intimate Partner Violence, February 2019.

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  6. U.S. Congress. United States Code, Title XXVII, The Public Health Service Act. Enacted October 2009.

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  7. Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires coverage of services recommended by USPSTF as well as women’s preventive services recommended by HRSA, which currently contracts with WPSI to make recommendations.

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  8. Miller E, McCaw B, Humphreys B, Mitchell C, Integrating Intimate Partner Violence Assessment and Intervention into Healthcare in the United States: A Systems Approach, January 2015

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  9. American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), Preforming Preventive Services: a Bright Futures handbook, 2010.

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  10. Futures Without Violence, IPV Health, 2018.

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  11. Miller E, McCaw B, Humphreys B, Mitchell C, Integrating Intimate Partner Violence Assessment and Intervention into Healthcare in the United States: A Systems Approach, January 2015

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  12. Paterno M, Draughon J, Screening for Intimate Partner Violence, May 2016.

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  13. Futures Without Violence, Compendium of State and U.S. Territory Statutes and Policies on Domestic Violence and Health Care: Fourth Edition, 2019.

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  14. Jaffee KD, Epling JW, Grant W, Ghandour RM, Callendar E, Physician-Identified Barriers to Intimate Partner Violence Screening, October 2005.

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  15. A sample provider carepath is included in the Supplementary Appendix of the article: Miller E, McCaw B, Intimate Partner Violence, February 2019.

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  16. Gotlib Conn L, Young A, Rotstein O, Schemitsch E, “I’ve Never Asked One Question.” Understanding the Barriers Among Orthopedic Surgery Residents to Screening Female Patients for Intimate Partner Violence, December 2014.

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  17. Sharples L, Nguyen C, Singh B, Lin S, Identifying Opportunities to Improve Intimate Partner Violence Screening in a Primary Care System, May 2018.

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  18. Gotlib Conn L, Young A, Rotstein O, Schemitsch E, “I’ve Never Asked One Question.” Understanding the Barriers Among Orthopedic Surgery Residents to Screening Female Patients for Intimate Partner Violence, December 2014.

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  19. Sharples L, Nguyen C, Singh B, Lin S, Identifying Opportunities to Improve Intimate Partner Violence Screening in a Primary Care System, May 2018.

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  20. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), Healthier Pregnancy: Tools and Techniques to Best Provide ACA-Covered Preventive Services Provider Fact Sheet, May 2015.

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  21. Reid SA, Glasser M, Primary Care Physicians’ Recognition of and Attitudes Toward Domestic Violence, January 1997.

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  22. Davis RE, Harsh KE, Confronting Barriers to Universal Screening for Domestic Violence, November 2001.

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  23. O’Campo P, Kirst M, Tsamis C, Chambers C, Ahmad F, Implementing Successful Intimate Partner Violence Screening Programs in Health Care Settings: Evidence Generated from a Realist-informed Systematic Review, March 2011.

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  24. Miller E, McCaw B, Humphreys B, Mitchell C, Integrating Intimate Partner Violence Assessment and Intervention into Healthcare in the United States: A Systems Approach, January 2015

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