Identification of factors that influence the likelihood of screening for domestic violence by medical students and residents
Meyers Primary Care Institute; Department of Physiology
Attitude of Health Personnel; Clinical Clerkship; Clinical Competence; Curriculum; Domestic Violence; Education, Medical, Graduate; Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice; Humans; Inservice Training; *Internship and Residency; Mass Screening; Medical Staff, Hospital; Needs Assessment; Predictive Value of Tests; Questionnaires; Regression Analysis; Risk Factors; Students, Medical
Health Services Research | Medical Education | Primary Care
Physicians are in a front-line position to screen patients for domestic violence (DV) yet often feel unprepared to do so. This study was done to assess the effectiveness of extant DV curricula and to inform the development of new programs that strengthen DV screening skills.
Acad Med. 2001 May;76(5):529.
Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
Jonassen, Julie A.; Mazor, Kathleen M.; and Sefton, Laura A., "Identification of factors that influence the likelihood of screening for domestic violence by medical students and residents" (2001). Meyers Primary Care Institute Publications and Presentations. 284.