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Published on Dec 21, 2015
Health Evidence hosted a 90 minute webinar examining different types of screening tool administration methods used for the detection of intimate partner violence.
Nasir Hussain, MD Candidate, Central Michigan University College of Medicine will present findings from his latest Trauma, Violence & Abuse review:
Hussain N., Sprague S., Madden K., Hussain F., Pindiprolu B., & Bhandari M. (2015). A comparison of the types of screening tool administration methods used for the detection of intimate partner violence: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Trauma, Violence & Abuse, 16(1), 60-69.
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is associated with significant health consequences for victims, including acute/chronic pain, depression, trauma, suicide, death, as well as physical, emotional, and mental harms for families and children. This review discusses the rate of IPV disclosure in adult women (over 18 years of age) with the use of three different screening tool administration methods: computer-assisted self-administered screen, self-administered written screen, and face-to-face interview screen. This webinar highlighted factors that contribute to the effectiveness of screening tool administration methods used for the detection of intimate partner violence.