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Intimate Partner Violence is defined as physical violence, emotional violence, sexual violence, psychological aggression and stalking against a current or former partner. High volume primary care offices like UVMHN Berlin Family Medicine address primarily medical concerns of patients. While this includes mental health, IPV is infrequently a part of doctor-patient interactions. This project assesses available data on IPV nationally and in Vermont. It aims to understand how IPV is currently addressed, recommendations regarding addressing it and provides resources to patients.
UVMHN Berlin Family Medicine
Vermont, Intimate Partner Violence, Abuse, Community Outreach, Patient Education
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Medical Education | Primary Care
Sheridan, Andrew R., "Intimate Partner Violence: Providing Resources to Patients and Facilitating Understanding" (2016). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 168.