Nursing: Domestic Violence 101
15.00
Video
Elective
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About this Course

This course was recorded from a live webinar held on October 20, 2021.


Interpersonal Violence (IPV) or Domestic Violence is a prevalent and oftentimes lethal, public health concern. Despite education and prevention training, the rates of IVP continue to rise. Having a clear understanding of abuser tactics will assist you in recognizing the sometimes-subtle dynamics common in IPV relationships. 

Learning Objectives
After completing this course, the learner will be able to do the following:
  • Define Interpersonal Violence (IPV)/Domestic Violence.
  • Recognize national statistics.
  • Identify the types of IPV/Domestic Violence.
  • Identify the dynamics often seen in these situations.
  • Identify the barriers and dangers of leaving dangerous situations.

About the Presenter
Allyson Cordoni, APN, CNP, SANE-A, SANE-P

Allyson Cordoni is a nurse practitioner who has over 20 years of experience providing care to adults and children who have experienced sexual/physical violence.  She has served as forensic nurse consultant, specializing in issues related to sexual assault adult and children), child abuse and neglect, strangulation, domestic violence and development of policies and procedures as well as educational trainings. She was a member of the US Military MEDCOM task force responsible for writing/implementing sexual assault policies for the US Army, authored a Shaken Baby bill for the State of Hawaii, presented at numerous International, national and local conferences, authoring several peer reviewed articles, participated in numerous MDT boards, and conducted trainings in the area of sexual assault, domestic violence and strangulation research.

About the Content Reviewer
Lisa Simani, APRN, MS ACNP

Lisa Simani has 20 years of publishing experience and has been a lead author in peer-reviewed articles for print and for web-based nursing continuing education provider companies. 

Course ID: 59282
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Domestic Violence 101

15.00
About this Course

This course was recorded from a live webinar held on October 20, 2021.


Interpersonal Violence (IPV) or Domestic Violence is a prevalent and oftentimes lethal, public health concern. Despite education and prevention training, the rates of IVP continue to rise. Having a clear understanding of abuser tactics will assist you in recognizing the sometimes-subtle dynamics common in IPV relationships. 

Learning Objectives
After completing this course, the learner will be able to do the following:
  • Define Interpersonal Violence (IPV)/Domestic Violence.
  • Recognize national statistics.
  • Identify the types of IPV/Domestic Violence.
  • Identify the dynamics often seen in these situations.
  • Identify the barriers and dangers of leaving dangerous situations.

About the Presenter
Allyson Cordoni, APN, CNP, SANE-A, SANE-P

Allyson Cordoni is a nurse practitioner who has over 20 years of experience providing care to adults and children who have experienced sexual/physical violence.  She has served as forensic nurse consultant, specializing in issues related to sexual assault adult and children), child abuse and neglect, strangulation, domestic violence and development of policies and procedures as well as educational trainings. She was a member of the US Military MEDCOM task force responsible for writing/implementing sexual assault policies for the US Army, authored a Shaken Baby bill for the State of Hawaii, presented at numerous International, national and local conferences, authoring several peer reviewed articles, participated in numerous MDT boards, and conducted trainings in the area of sexual assault, domestic violence and strangulation research.

About the Content Reviewer
Lisa Simani, APRN, MS ACNP

Lisa Simani has 20 years of publishing experience and has been a lead author in peer-reviewed articles for print and for web-based nursing continuing education provider companies. 

Course ID: 59282