Domestic violence is a critical public health issue affecting adults, adolescents and children. Screen to End Abuse includes five clinical vignettes demonstrating techniques for screening and responding to domestic violence in primary care settings. Screen to End Abuse provides the tools you need to:
- incorporate routine screening into a busy medical practice;
- respond effectively to patients affected by domestic violence;
- institute policies and procedures for identifying and responding to domestic violence, including changing the look of a clinical practice to let patients know they are safe to disclose abuse.
Screen to End Abuse received a 2003 Telly Award honoring outstanding television commercials, video productions and films.
Film is 32 minutes and is available on VHS, CD and looped (for continuous play)
Produced and funded by: Futures Without Violence, the University of California, San Francisco and the California Medical Training Center with major funding from the California Endowment.