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Domestic Violence Education for Healthcare Professionals

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  • You must score 70% or better to pass this test.
  • Select one answer for each question.
  • Review your selections before submitting the test for grading.
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1. The CDC prefers the term intimate partner violence (IPV) because it:

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2. The actual incidence of domestic violence is impossible to know because:

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3. Most cases of elder abuse occur:

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4. A unique issue related to domestic violence in same-sex couples is:

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5. Poor women in abusive relationships:

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6. Reproductive coercion includes all but one of the following kinds of sexual violence. Select the exception.

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7. Intimate partner violence (IPV) includes all but one of the following. Select the exception.

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8. Digital abuse is pervasive among teens and includes all but one of the following. Select the exception.

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9. Abusers are focused on gaining:

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10. Victims of IPV often sustain injuries during episodes of violence. Associated problems include:

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11. Children who grow up in homes with IPV exhibit which of these characteristics as adults?

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12. Signs and symptoms of domestic violence include all but one of the following. Select the exception.

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13. A screening examination for possible domestic violence should include:

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14. To be admissible in a court of law, medical documentation should include:

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15. When caring for a woman who may have been abused:

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16. All but one of the following factors is known to increase the possibility of lethality in an abusive situation. Select the exception.

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