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Domestic Violence Training
Domestic or intimate partner violence (“DV” or “IPV”) is a major public health concern that impacts over 10 million women and men every year and costs over $8 billion annually. In the United States, domestic violence is the most common cause of injury for women ages 18 to 44 and often results in chronic disease.
Healthcare providers come into contact with DV victims on a daily basis. As the …
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