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In this course participants will learn to identify clients who are victims of intimate partner violence (domestic violence) and/or reproductive coercion, how to conduct screening, and best practices for responding and referring patients for further services to increase patient safety and improve bio-psychosocial health outcomes.
On completion of this workshop, nurses/attendees will be able to:
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 16061 for 1.25 contact hours
Dr. Martha Shuping, M.D., graduated from Wake Forest University Medical School in 1984, and completed her psychiatry residency at the university medical center in 1988. She practices psychiatry in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She also has an M.A. in Pastoral Ministry from the University of Dayton (Ohio). She has more than twenty-five years experience in helping women and men with abortion recovery issues. She has facilitated more than 50 Rachel’s Vineyard weekend retreats, and has trained Catholic and Protestant clergy and ministry teams in the U.S., Europe, and Asia in the Rachel’s Vineyard model. She also has provided continuing education workshops for medical doctors, nurses, and counselors related to abortion recovery issues. Dr. Shuping is a co-author of published research on abortion and women’s mental health, and she is co-author of the self help book, The Four Steps to Healing (available in paperback through Amazon). She has presented workshops on abortion and mental health issues at the United Nations, and in sixteen countries. Dr. Shuping is a member of the Rachel’s Vineyard National Medical Advisory Board.
I. Intimate Partner Violence
II. Reproductive Coercion
III. Recent Studies:
A. Barclay, L. (2012). ACOG: Routinely Screen for Intimate Partner Violence.
Medscape Medical News (Jan. 23, 2012).
B. Brown, T. (2013) Intimate Partner Violence Screening Recommended in
Guideline. Medscape Medical News (Feb. 3, 2013).
C. Cheng, D. & Horon, I.L. (2010). Intimate-Partner Homicide Among Pregnant and
Postpartum Women. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 115 (6), 1181-1186.
D. Coyle, C.T., Shuping, M.W., Brightup, J., Speckhard, A.C. (2014). Relationships
of Abortion and Violence against Women: Violence-Prevention Strategies and
Research Needs. Division 48 Presidential Task Force, 2013-2014: Research
Agenda on Abortion from a Peace Psychology Perspective.
E. Hall, M., Chappell, L.C., Parnell, B.L., Seed, P.T., & Bewley, S. (2014).
Associations Between Intimate Partner Violence and Termination of Pregnancy:
A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. PLOS Medicine (Jan.7, 2014).
1. Refunds for non-attendance will only be awarded if non-attendance is the direct result of an unplanned or unannounced outage. When a registrant is unable to access a webinar/course due to an unplanned or unannounced server outage of Heartbeat International Academy, the HeartbeatInternational.org website, or HeartbeatServices.org website, Heartbeat International will contact the registrant to notify them of the refund due them and issue the refund. Refund will be made to the registrant within 1 week of the cancelled event subject to processing fees.
2. When a course/webinar is cancelled for which individuals have registered, Heartbeat International will send a notification to each registrant per email or phone. Full refund will be sent to registrant within one week of cancellation.
Please contact Susan Dammann at Heartbeat International (614)885-7577 for questions relating to continuing education contact hours.
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