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The results displayed below have been grouped first by VAWnet Special Collections - containing our most highly valued resources - then by individual related materials. Refine your search by category, types, author and/or publisher using the options provided. Sort by date published, date added, or alphabetically. For assistance in locating a resource, use our online contact form.
Results displayed are grouped first by VAWnet Special Collections then by individual related materials. For assistance in locating a resource, use our online contact form.
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Trans/GNC Caring Relationships, Healthy You Card

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The goal of this safety card is to be both a survivor-centered resource and a useful conversation starter for health care providers who are doing universal education around healthy relationships and assessing for violence specifically with transgender, genderqueer, or gender nonconforming people or in LGBTQ health settings.
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Brief Screening for Possible Brain Injury

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This brief screening tool is used to determine if an individual has experienced a brain injury during the course of a domestic violence incident, or at any other time.
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Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking

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This fact sheet includes an overview of human trafficking, its impact and legal definition, as well as a description of the connection between intimate partner violence and human trafficking. Tips for safety planning are also included.
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Making the Connection: Intimate Partner Violence and Public Health

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This document provides an introduction to basic prevention concepts by exploring the public health approach, two classification systems, a planning tool used to develop more comprehensive initiatives, and the importance of understanding terminology. It addresses the topics of women's health, mental health and substance abuse, family planning, STIs and HIV, perinatal programs, breastfeeding, child and adolescent health, and injury and violence prevention.
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Domestic Violence and Health Care Protocols

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These selected model protocols from various health care settings across the US provide a blueprint for responding effectively and efficiently to patients experiencing domestic violence.
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Improving the Health Sector Response to Gender Based Violence: A Resource Manual for Health Care Professionals in Developing Countries

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This manual presents lessons learned from a regional initiative to increase organizational capacity to respond to gender-based violence. The manual offers tools for responding to violence against women and discusses challenges and debates about how health sector should respond to VAW in developing countries.
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Major Federal Research Project Studies Domestic Violence Assessment

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Describes findings from the U.S. DOJ’s “Intimate Partner Violence Risk Assessment Validation,” specifically related to the MOSAIC threat assessment.
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Women Veterans Health Care: Military Sexual Trauma

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This resource briefly discusses some common responses and refers to other resources and the National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
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Clinical Protocol: Victims of Abuse

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This sample clinical protocol describes how the clinic works with patients who are suspected of being victims of abuse.
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InBrief: The Science of Early Childhood Development

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This edition of the InBrief series addresses basic concepts of early childhood development, established over decades of neuroscience and behavioral research, which help illustrate why child development, particularly from birth to five years, is a foundation for a prosperous and sustainable society.