Chap 23 Violence: A Social and Family Problem

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1. 1 NATIONAL HEALTH PRIORITIES TO REDUCE VIOLENCE

1.1. Healthy People 2020 Box

2. 2 VIOLENT IN THE COMMUNITY: TYPES AND RISK FACTORS

2.1. Exposure and Social Conditioning

2.2. Adolescents and Violence

2.3. Bullying

2.4. School Violence

2.5. Gang Violence

2.6. Guns and Violence

2.7. Additional Risk Factors

3. 3 IMPACT OF VIOLENCE ON THE COMMUNITY

4. 4 VIOLENCE WITHIN THE FAMILY

4.1. Generational Patterns of Abuse

4.2. Inequality of Family Members

5. 5 CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT

5.1. Factors Associated with Abuse and Neglect

5.2. Types of Abuse

5.2.1. Physical Abuse

5.2.2. Child Neglect

5.2.3. Sexual Abuse

5.2.4. Emotional Abuse

5.3. Impact of Child Abuse Laws

5.4. Family Preservation Alternative

5.5. Long-Term Consequences

6. 6 INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE

6.1. Definition

6.2. Violence in Dating Couples

6.3. Characteristics of Abusers and Victims

6.4. Blaming the Victim

6.5. Why Spouses Stay

6.6. Legal Efforts to Combat Intimate Partner Violence

6.7. Consequences for Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence

7. 7 NURSING CARE IN ABUSIVE SITUATIONS: CHILD ABUSE OR PARTNER ABUSE

7.1. Secondary and Tertiary Prevention

7.1.1. Screening and Assessment

7.1.2. Legal Responsibilities of the Community/Public Health Nurse in Cases of Child Abuse

7.1.3. Nurse's Legal Responsibilities in Partner Abuse

7.1.4. Ensuring the Safety of the Abuse Victim

7.1.5. Referral to Community Resources

7.2. Primary Prevention

7.2.1. Prevention for Families

7.2.2. Community Efforts at Primary Prevention

8. 8 ELDER ABUSE

8.1. Definition

8.2. Factors Associated with Abuse by Family Members

8.3. Nursing Care for Older Adults and Caregivers