Domestic Violence and Health Care Providers
New! Emergency Department Survey on Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence, 2009 results
Health care professionals have the unique opportunity and ethical responsibility to identify victims of interpersonal violence and to refer and intervene on their behalf. Health care providers are often the first or only professionals to see the injuries of the abused, yet many victims of domestic violence move in and out of the health care system without identification or referrals.
The Utah Department of Health Violence and Injury Prevention Program and Utah Domestic Violence Council Health Care Committee have developed a training manual, training Power Point presentation, and RADAR cards that can assist health care providers in training their staff on responding to domestic violence.
To schedule a training or learn about additional resources contact Katie McMinn at firstname.lastname@example.org or (801) 538-9277.
Health Care Provider Training Materials