Domestic Violence Training: The Provider-patient Relationship : How to Build an Effective Domestic Violence Coordinated Community Response Team, National Institutes of Health, 1999
As part of a violence prevention initiative of The Health Resources and Services Administration (US Dept of Health and Human Services), the organization produced a two-part series on domestic violence. In this second session, a panel of health care and public health experts provides information specifically targeted to clinicians, public health workers, and community leaders on how to build long lasting and coordinated community responses to combat domestic violence. The session focuses on the well-being of communities and strategies to support family and community safety.
Courtesy National Institutes of Health
Topic:Defining Medical Response , Collaborating to End Violence
Publisher:National Institutes of Health