Intimate Partner Violence
Intimate partner violence occurs between current or former marital and non-marital partners, including dating and courtship relationships and same-sex partners. Intimate partner violence includes physical assault, rape, and/or stalking by an intimate partner. Intimate partner violence occurs among people of all ages, races, genders, and socioeconomic groups.
According to the 2010 National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS):
- 4.7 million women are assaulted,
- 686,000 women are raped, and
- 2.3 million women are stalked by intimate partners annually.
- In Oklahoma, 49% of women and 40% of men have experienced intimate partner violence at some time in their lives.
- Pamphlet: Are You Hiding in the Shadow of Abuse - Pamphlet for waiting areas.
- Medical Intervention focuses on medical screening and interventions for domestic violence to improve the medical response to victims of abuse including issues of screening, identification, referrals, and medical documentation.
- Lethality Assessment focuses on factors associated with intimate partner homicides and the use of lethality assessment instruments.
- Children First Domestic Violence Workshop focuses on domestic violence issues from the home visitor perspective with recommendations for nurse home visitation programs.
- Health Care Response to Domestic Violence: 22 OS§ 58
- Danger Assessment. The danger assessment is a tool to help determine the level of danger an abused woman has of being killed by her intimate partner. Training to administer the tool is available for practitioners.
- Futures Without Violence. Futures Without Violence works to prevent and end violence against women and children.
- Domestic Violence online training from the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence.
Injury Prevention Service
Oklahoma State Department of Health
1000 NE 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73117