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Types of Violence
Intimate partner Violence
Any behavior that one intimate partner(current or former) uses over another to establish power.This can include physical , sexual , emotional or financial abuse
Any act of threatening behavior, aggression, or abuse (psychological, physical, sexual, financial, or emotional), regardless of gender or sexuality, between adults who are or have been intimate partners or family members.
A type of violence in which people are harmed by a social structure or institution that prevents them from meeting their basic needs.
Gender Based Violence
Gender-based violence is defined as damaging acts perpetrated against a person because of their gender. Gender inequality, power abuse, and destructive norms are at the basis of it.
What can be done to stop violence?
5 Interventions IPV
of all injuries
Provide patient with
support, information and refer
Examine and manage
Safety assessment and plan
strategy for facilitating access to a variety of services for anyone who has been harmed, traumatized, or lost property as a
result of violence, crime, natural disaster, human accident, or socioeconomic situations.
Trauma informed care
provides a framework for health professionals to include an
understanding of traumatic stress symptoms
into their patient assessment and management.
A trauma-informed care strategy aims to comprehend the full person seeking help.
intentional use of physical force or power
to against oneself, another person, or a group or community
Has high probability of resulting in i
njury, death, psychological harm, maldevelopment, or deprivation.
Cycle of Violence
repeated victimization and offending
and sometimes spiraling into fatality
debilitating succession of violence
from which the victim finds it increasingly difficult to escape