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Aging with Respect is an intervention addressing elder abuse, neglect and intimate partner violence with those later in life. It is developed for those patients/clients with agency and capacity in non-crisis, non-emergency situations that provides information about healthy and safe relationships, and the impact of unhealthy relationships on health and wellbeing.
Created by Dr. Jeff Coben and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), the instrument can be used for a variety of purposes. First, the measures can serve as useful benchmarks or objectives for program achievement. Second, the assessment of an individual site's performance can be conducted repeatedly over
The new tool is ideal for health care providers providing care to children, parents and adolescents. Complete with tips on how to conduct inquiry, assessment, intervention, documentation, and follow-up for domestic violence, along with facts and web links, this palm ready tool is available in two formats, for either the iSilo
Improving the Health Care Response to Domestic Violence: A Resource Manual for Health Care Providers (PDF)$0.00
This resource manual aims to educate health care providers on how to improve their response to domestic violence. (Second Edition: 1998) Download as a zip file with PDF components only.
Improving the Health Care Response to Domestic Violence: A Trainer’s Manual for Health Care Providers (PDF)$0.00
This Trainer's Manual was developed to help health care providers and domestic violence advocates meet the challenge of training clinicians and other staff within the busy clinic or hospital setting. The Manual provides step-by-step instructions for teaching each section of the Resource Manual including the basics of domestic violence, clinical
This 3" x 5" pocket reference card is an excellent tool for health care providers who are learning how to conduct routine assessment for domestic violence. The card includes a definition of domestic violence and model assessment questions, as well as listing validating messages to convey to patients who disclose
The following Domestic Violence (DV) Quality Assessment Tool was developed in 2016 by Futures Without Violence and Dr. Elizabeth Miller, University of Pittsburgh. It is intended to provide health care facilities some guiding questions to assess quality of care related to the promotion of healthy relationships and intervention related to
Sex, Relationships and Respect on Campus is a safety card designed for college-aged students of all genders. The card provides information about healthy and safe relationships, the impact of violence on health, offers multi-level prevention strategies, and outlines campus and community based support services for survivors. The back panel includes information on