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Program Information


Webinar (Recorded) - Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence: A Paradigm Shift from Intervention to Prevention

Description:  ** Vimeo Webcast ** North Carolina was recognized by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as one of 14 states found to have higher than normal risk factors for domestic and intimate partner violence (DIPV). In response, the CDC partnered with the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCCADV) to develop a plan to address violence across the state. For decades; however, members of the helping community (physicians, nurses, clinicians, and advocates) used interventions to address DIPV. Interventions address the issue of violence after its occurrence. Primary prevention would address the violence prior to onset. Prevention is needed to encourage open and honest dialog, help reduce stigma, and to inform on the severity of violence on victims and the community. Topics in this session include; an overview of domestic and intimate partner violence, understanding to help: help-seeking barriers in victims, and types of primary prevention and strategies for implementation.
CASCE#:  52984
Audience:  Healthcare providers work in private and public arenas in caring for victims of domestic violence.
Disciplines: Mental Health
  Public Health
Format:  asynchronous workshop
Objectives:  1. Discuss the benefits of primary prevention implementation in working with domestic violence.
  2. Explain the differences between intervention and prevention and how each impacts violence.

Program Times

May be viewed online until 6/30/2019 1:30 PM


Organization:  Online Course
Address:  Wake AHEC
City:  Raleigh
Map:  Show Me!


0.2 CEU

1.5 Contact Hours



Carol Jones, LPC, NCC, BCC EdD - Recorded webinar: Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence

Program Fees

$20.00 Registration fee for individuals.

Cancellation Fee

$0.00 Cancellation Fee

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For more information, please call Wake AHEC at (919) 350-8547 or (866) 341-1814.

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