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18th Annual Yale Pediatric Update - Session 6

A Family Centered Approach to Domestic Violence

FACULTY

Gunjan Tiyyagura MD, MHS

Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine
Yale University School of Medicine

DART liaison, Yale New Haven Health System

Director, New Haven Family Violence Community Advisory Board

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Recognize the impact of IPV on children’s health
  • Describe strategies for screening and responding to IPV during pediatric visits
  • Know how to plan interventions for caregivers who may be victims of domestic partner violence

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Session Evaluation

6) Gunjan Tiyyagura, MD, MHS, FAAP | A Family Centered Approach to Domestic Violence

Objectives:
1) Recognize the impact of domestic violence on children’s health
2) Describe strategies for screening and responding to IPV during pediatric visits
5 (outstanding)4 (excellent)3 (very good)2 (average)1 (below average)