Futures Without Violence

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists developed this comprehensive and practical guide to dealing with intimate partner violence and reproductive and sexual coercion in any setting involving reproductive healthcare. It provides strategies for addressing IPV and reproductive and sexual coercion (including useful tips and sample scripts), safety cards to use as a brief intervention to ask and educate patients about IPV and reproductive and sexual coercion, guidance on developing relationships with local domestic violence advocates and community programs, and a quality assessment/quality improvement tool to help programs and practices develop a sustained and coordinated response to IPV and reproductive and sexual coercion.

ACOG (American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists), 2012

Evidence Rating: III

Cost: Free

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Intimate Partner Violence

Perinatal Periods:

Postpartum Pre-/Inter-conception Prenatal

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