Intimate Partner Violence: Using CUES in Health Care Settings

Course Fee:
15.00
Course Overview:

NOTE:  A FREE version of this course is available for Essential Access Health Title X delegate agency users by clicking here (you must be logged in to access).

Presenter:
Rebecca Levenson, MA, Consultant and Former Senior Policy Analyst, Futures Without Violence

Description: 
This two part webinar series was developed to enhance the capacity of providers and members of the health team to address and identify intimate partner violence (IPV), reproductive coercion and human trafficking. The first video reviews evidence-based, trauma-informed approaches that address both the needs of providers and the patients they serve. These strategies help to prevent relationship abuse, as well as increase safety and improve health for those who have already been exposed to violence. It includes examples of practical applications, stock phrases, and questions that providers can utilize in patient interactions.

Part two, takes a deeper dive into how to use the CUES Intervention (Confidentiality, Universal Education + Empower, Support). It includes an overview of the downloadable CUES related tools that can be used to quantify patient and staff experiences with this intervention.


Who should attend?

  • Clinicians
  • Nurses
  • Medical Directors
  • Health Care/Clinic Administrators
  • Health Educators + Counselors
  • Medical Assistants
Course Objectives:

After watching the videos in this on-demand webinar participants will be able to:

Video 1:

  • Implement the Futures Without Violence CUES (Confidentiality, Universal Education + Empower, Support) intervention to address intimate partner violence including reproductive coercion, adolescent relationship abuse, and human trafficking
  • Discuss challenges clinicians may encounter when caring for patients whom they suspect have been trafficked
  • Identify local resources to assist patients identified as victims


Video 2:

  • Identify tools to support Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement (QA/QI) strategies for addressing IPV and reproductive coercion in the health setting
  • Identify harm reduction strategies to improve sexual and reproductive health outcomes and linkages to client support and advocacy services
  • Describe CUES as a system/provider support strategy to improve staff skills and morale
Additional Information:

Webinar Recording Dates: Jan/Feb, 2019 / Approximate Run Time: 75 minutes

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