Unit 1: Globally, women are often victims of multiple types of violence. In North American, women are more likely to be sexually assaulted, beaten or murdered by a current or ex-partner than by a stranger. This talk focuses on the causes and consequences of domestic violence including post-relationship stalking. Approaches to assessment and treatment are reviewed.
Unit 2: This is a case based presentation and workshop on sexual and reproductive health and rights with local and global perspectives. Included are ways to create positive change and action using a health professional’s sphere of influence. You can save lives with a signature.
This activity has not been formally reviewed by the CFPC; however, it is eligible for non-certified credits. Mainpro+ participants may also earn additional certified credits by completing a Linking Learning exercise.
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will:
- Recognize the signs of domestic violence in patients
- Creating a safe environment for patients and building trust
- Learn how to use domestic violence screening tools with patients
- Gain insights on sexual and reproductive health and rights as it pertains to local and global issues
|Module 1||Violence Against Women Awareness|
|Unit 1||Violence Against Women Awareness|
|Unit 2||Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights|
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