In an effort to reach child and adolescent health practitioners who rely on palm-based electronic tools for quick reference, the Family Violence Prevention Fund, in collaboration with Leigh Kimberg, MD, and Denise Bilbao, MD recently created a new assessment tool for childhood exposure to intimate partner violence and adolescent dating violence. This tool compliments one developed earlier for domestic violence assessment in primary care and other departments. The new tool is ideal for health care providers providing care to parents accompanying children, and adolescents. Complete with tips on how to conduct inquiry, assessment, intervention, documentation, and follow-up for domestic violence, along with facts and web links, this palm ready tool is available in two formats, for either the iSilo or Documents to Go text readers.
This item is offered:
As a PDF or online
In hard copy for free
The iSilo version allows you to link freely within the document as you would on a website, while the Documents to Go version resembles a more static Word document. The Documents to Go reader comes bundled with most palm operating systems, whereas the iSilo reader (widely used) is available for free online.
View the tool online: Coming Soon.
View the Palm tool for routine assessment in primary care and other departments.