Intimate partner violence (IPV) can affect anyone, but people who are already marginalized and underserved are particularly at risk. These barriers can also prevent people in abusive relationships from accessing crucial services. Understanding how social determinants of health, such as gender, race, location, and socioeconomic position, affect a patient's likelihood of experiencing IPV can help providers better evaluate and engage their patients who may be impacted.
Faculty: Dr. Tamara Henry Ed D.
- Define sexual violence and consent
- Identify risk factors for contracting HIV through rape
- Discuss the incidence and prevalence of intimate partner violence in select populations
- Describe a multidisciplinary approach to IPV prevention
- Describe evidence-based efforts to mitigate the effects of intimate partner violence
Priority Audiences: physicians, pharmacists, registered nurses, physician assistants, psychologists, social workers and other healthcare providers engaged in the care of patients with HIV