Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence

Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence 

This purpose of this course is to familiarize the learner with basic information concerning domestic and intimate partner violence (IPV). Information about IPV’s prevalence, characteristics, legal protections and risk factors will be presented. The cycle of abuse will be explained along with issues related intimate partner homicide. Screening and intervention protocols will be described along with community resources available to people experiencing domestic and intimate partner violence.

$20.00

Hours: 1.00
REL-PAC-0-DIPV

Certificates

Certificates provided by accrediting body (8 Match)

California Department of Social Services Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly

1.0 HOURS


Relias, LLC is approved by the California Department of Social Services as a Continuing Education Training Program Vendor to provide Continuing Education training courses to administrators of residential care facilities for the elderly.

Vendor/Provider # 2000224-740-2;
Approval # 224-0105-32730.

This activity is approved by the California Department of Social Services for 1.00 contact hours.

California Department of Social Services Group Homes

1.0 HOURS


Relias, LLC is approved by the California Department of Social Services as a Continuing Education Program Vendor to provide Continuing Education training courses to administrators of Group Homes.

Vendor/Provider # : 2000224-730-2
Approval # 224-0105-32728

This activity is approved by the California Department of Social Services for 1.00 contact hours.

California Department of Social Services Adult Residential Facilities

1.0 HOURS


Relias, LLC is approved by the California Department of Social Services as a Continuing Education Program Vendor to provide Continuing Education training courses to administrators of Adult Residential Facilities.

Vendor/Provider # : 2000224-735-2
Approval # 224-0105-32729

This activity is approved by the California Department of Social Services for 1.00 contact hours.

Oregon Department of Human Services

1.0 HOURS


This course is approved as continuing education by the Oregon Department of Human Services in accordance with state regulation 411-057-0140 for Assisted Living Administrators, Residential Care facility Administrators and Memory Care Communities within the State of Oregon. This activity is approved by Oregon Department of Human Services for 1.00 contact hours.

Oregon Department of Human Services (AFH)

1.0 HOURS


Florida Board of Nursing - Certified Nursing Assistants

1.0 HOURS


This is not an accredited course for professional license renewal. Florida CNAs may use this inservice toward meeting their annual inservice requirement.This activity is approved for 1.00 contact hours.

National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (RCAL)

1.0 HOURS


This educational offering has been reviewed by the National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) of the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB) and approved for 1.00 clock hours. If you have any feedback regarding the NAB approved continuing education programs, send your email to the following address: [email protected]

National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NHA)

1.0 HOURS


This educational offering has been reviewed by the National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) of the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB) and approved for 1.00 clock hours. If you have any feedback regarding the NAB approved continuing education programs, send your email to the following address: [email protected]
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Course Details

Course Code: REL-PAC-0-DIPV
Hours: 1
Type: Online Course
Content Expiration Date: 12/31/2023
Learning Objectives:
Define domestic and intimate partner violence (IPV).
Describe the extent of domestic violence in California and the United States and recognize legal protections.
Recognize characteristics of both victims and perpetrators of IPV.
Identify red flags and risk factors for IPV.
Define the cycle of abuse and list reasons victims may stay in an abusive relationship.
Describe risk factors for intimate partner homicide, including guns and strangulation.
Describe screening measures used to identify persons who have experienced IPV.
List community resources available to assist victims and their families.

Outline:
I. Introduction to domestic and intimate partner violence a. Course description i. Checkpoint ii. Objectives b. Define domestic and intimate partner violence (IPV) i. Definitions: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Department of Justice c. Describe Prevalence i. Globally: World Health Organization ii. Nationally/U.S. iii. California d. Illustrate IPV and power and control i. Power and control wheel: physical, sexual, emotional, economic, psychological and technological forms of IPV e. Checkpoint 1: Multiple-choice questions II. Domestic and intimate partner violence and special populations a. IPV and dating violence i. Case scenario — teens ii. Legal protections for dating violence 1. Federal law 2. California law iii. The nature of dating violence — Young adults iv. Distinguishing health relationships from dating violence 1. Boundaries, consent, trust, conflict resolution v. Risk factors for dating violence b. IPV & children i. Health effects on children 1. Witnessing/exposure to violence and abuse 2. Characteristics of children exposed to IPV 3. Emotional and behavioral responses 4. Physical responses c. Checkpoint 2: True/false and multiple-choice questions d. IPV & pregnancy: Health effects and risks e. Older women and IPV: cultural and age-related issues f. LGBQTI and intimate partner violence: salient concerns III. Domestic and intimate partner violence: Characteristics and risks a. Risk factors for IPV: Individual, relational, behavioral, and other factors b. Cycle of abuse: Three phases c. Leaving a relationship where IPV is occurring i. Reasons people stay in abusive relationships d. Checkpoint 3: True/False and Multiple-choice questions e. Perpetration of IPV i. Risk factors 1. Childhood trauma as a risk factor 2. Other risk factors: anger, cognitive distortions, substance use ii. IPV behaviors 1. Coercion, power/control, lack of responsibility 2. Jealousy, viewing partners as possessions iii. Case scenario iv. Warning signs of IPV: Relationship red flags 1. Common behaviors: Lack of respect, anger and violence, controlling behaviors, sexual coercion and risk taking, mental health, and other concerns 2. Escalating violence and extremes 3. Lethality risks: Intimate partner homicide a. Prevalence, risks and demographics b. Methods: strangulation, guns, mental health problems, stalking, suicide/homicide threats, intimate partner sexual assault 4. Checkpoint 4: Multiple-choice and true/false questions IV. Screening, assessment and interventions a. Screening i. Recommendations for screening ii. Indicators of IPV iii. HITS screening tool b. Physical examination i. The exam ii. Physical signs: may be absent iii. Non-fatal strangulation c. Treatment and interventions i. Documentation of suspected IPV 1. Admissible evidence ii. Evaluating safety needs iii. Caring for people affected by IPV 1. ABCDES protocol 2. Safety plans 3. Domestic violence shelters and hotlines a. Help available V. Course summary VI. Final exam (Posttest)

Instructor: Cynthia McDaniel, MSN, RN
Cynthia McDaniel MSN RN, is a nurse and administrative consultant in long term care. She is the CEO of ElderWise Inc, a senior living consulting and education group. Cynthia has worked as a nurse consultant for the States of Oregon and Washington,  a geriatric care manager, a regional director of clinical operations for a senior living company, and an assistant professor at Oregon Health & Science University School of Nursing. Her research in assisted living focused on the characteristics of residents in assisted living communities and the role of the nurse in assisted living. Cynthia holds a Master's of Science in Nursing from Gonzaga University in nursing education. She is a Fellow of the Sigma Theta Tau/John A. Hartford Foundation Geriatric Nursing Leadership Academy.  Disclosure: Cynthia McDaniel, MSN, RN has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.
Instructor: Catherine Zimmerman, LICSW, ACHP-SW, CSW-G
Catherine Zimmerman is a licensed independent clinical social worker who has a private practice providing counseling services to people of all ages and all stages of their lives. She is a freelance healthcare writer and speaker specializing in mental health, ethics, hospice and palliative care, gerontological topics, substance misuse, caregiving, stress and trauma.  Zimmerman received her master's degree from Portland State University thirty years ago and is certified in clinical social work-Gerontology. Zimmerman supervises and mentors therapists seeking licensure in Oregon or Washington states. She is the current President of the Washington chapter of the National Association of Social Workers and has provided public presentations on over twenty topics and has numerous published works. Disclosure: Catherine Zimmerman, LICSW, ACHP-SW, CSW-G has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.
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