Intimate Partner Violence

Adverse childhood events
childhood sexual abuse

Information Hub: Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in Indian Country

Provides information, tools, and resources on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) to help tribal communities learn about and respond to these ordeals. Includes ACE assessments, contact information for various helplines, examples of interventions, links to journal articles on ACEs and American Indians/Alaska Natives, and more.
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Tribal Forensic Healthcare

The IHS forensic healthcare program was established in 2011 to address sexual violence, and has expanded to include intimate partner violence, child sexual abuse, and elder maltreatment. The program trains providers in forensic medical examinations, evidence collection techniques, and in coordinated community response to address violence.
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The Sensitivity and Specificity of Four Questions (HARK) to Identify Intimate Partner Violence: A Diagnostic Accuracy Study in General Practice

Violence against women is a global issue affecting millions who experience it and have to live with its consequences. Intimate partner violence (IPV) including physical, sexual and emotional abuse is a major public health problem. The WHO Violence Against Women study found that the prevalence of lifetime physical violence and sexual violence by an intimate partner, among ever-partnered women varied from 15 to 71% in urban and rural settings in 10 countries. The prevalence of IPV is higher among women seeking primary care than in community surveys of the same geographic populations.
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Specific Resources

The JBS RCORP-TA team have collated a number of resources to assist grantees during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Currently, these resources are collected in an Excel spreadsheet for grantees to download resources of their choosing. In the coming weeks, each resource will be included in the RCORP-TA Resource Portal as an individual resource.
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