This independent study is based on a webinar recorded on October 24, 2013.
This independent learning module explores the intersection of IPV and HIV in a family planning setting. There is growing evidence that clients who have HIV are at higher risk for IPV, and clients who are victims of IPV face higher risks for HIV. This training offers providers knowledge, skills, and tools to enhance their screening in order to identify “red flags” for IPV and HIV. It also offers risk reduction tools to use when HIV or IPV risk factors are present.
By the end of this activity participants will be able to:
- Explain the intersection of IPV incidence and HIV risk.
- Describe the incidence of IPV in communities of color and with HIV positive women.
- Describe screening for clients who are at risk for IPV and HIV.
- Describe counseling interventions for clients who are at risk for IPV and HIV.
This course is designed for all family planning staff who serve clients in a clinical setting other Title X grantees, domestic violence advocates, federal staff, State Health Departments and others interested in more effectively addressing the intersection of HIV and IPV.
This course will take about 1.5 hour to complete.
- Sima Michaels Dembo, MPH, Public Health Advisor, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- Linda J. Koenig, PhD, MS, Chief, Prevention Research Branch, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Tricia Bent-Goodley, PhD, LICSW, Professor of Social Work & HIV Intervention Science Training Fellow, Howard University School of Social Work
- Surabhi Kukké, MPH, Director of Prevention Programs, Texas Council on Family Violence
Registration & Certificate of Completion
The independent study is FREE of charge. It requires a brief registration process (see below) and participants can request a Certificate of Participation at no charge upon completion of an online evaluation.
Continuing Education (CE)
There is no fee for a continuing education (CE) certificate or for a certificate of completion.
JSI is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
Upon successful completion of this CE activity, 1.5 contact hours will be awarded.
Successful completion of this continuing nursing activity includes the following:
- Completing the entire CE activity;
- Completing the online evaluation;
- Submitting an online CE request.
Contents of this event do not necessarily represent the official views of the Department of Health and Human Services. Printed materials are reviewed for medical accuracy and are consistent with nationally recognized standards of care and Title X program requirements.
Funding is provided by the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Population Affairs, Office of Family Planning, grant # FPTPA006024-02-01
Questions? Contact FPNTC.