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Domestic Violence Education for Florida Nurses

You can take the test without obligation. To earn CE credit, you need to pass the test, complete an evaluation, and register/pay for your Certificate of Completion. Your Certificate will be delivered online immediately upon completing the course registration. (There is no charge for free courses and online certificate delivery.)

  • 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. All of the following are included in Florida’s definitions of domestic violence, except:

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2. Which type of domestic violence is characterized by repeated and undesired attention that results in fear and concern for the safety of the victim?

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3. It is impossible to know the actual number of incidents of domestic violence because:

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4. When a male patient who describes a sexual assault by his male partner is reluctant to report the incident to the police, the clinician recognizes that a unique fear of reporting abuse among gay patients may be:

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5. Domestic violence survivors often face ongoing health problems such as depression and:

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6. Which is categorized by the CDC as an individual risk factor for an abuser?

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7. Research has shown that the risk of domestic violence homicide is highest when the abuser:

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8. When performing the physical assessment of a patient with suspected domestic abuse, the clinician is especially alert for any:

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9. Medical documentation for a patient who reports being a victim of domestic violence should include:

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10. Florida law requires healthcare professionals to report to the county sheriff, with or without the patient’s consent:

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11. Florida’s certified domestic violence centers:

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12. Which is a true statement about the injunction for protection process in Florida?


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