Domestic Violence

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Domestic Violence by Mind Map: Domestic Violence

1. The Nine steps to intervention – the 9 Rs

1.1. Refer appropriately

1.2. Readiness to be open to.

1.3. Role with patients who are experiencing abuse

1.4. Review the patient for follow-up and support.

1.5. Respect for patients, colleagues and themselves

1.6. Recognize symptoms of abuse and violence

1.7. Risk and safety issues.

1.8. Reflect on their own attitudes and management of abuse

1.9. Respond to disclosures of violence

2. Types of Domestic violence

2.1. Physical

2.2. Emotional-psychological

2.3. Financial

2.4. Sexual

2.5. Neglect

3. Victims of Domestic Violence

3.1. Child Maltreatment

3.2. Intimate Partner Violence

3.3. Elder Mistreatment

4. Signs and symptoms

4.1. Child abuse

4.1.1. Oral injuries

4.1.2. Bruiscs in non weigh bearing

4.1.3. Ribs Metaphysical fractures

4.1.4. Brain injuries

4.2. Intimate Partner

4.2.1. Face-trunk injuries

4.2.2. Chronic pain syndrom

4.2.3. Substance abuse

4.2.4. Recurrent sexual health concerns

4.2.5. frequent late or missed appointments

5. supportive resources in Saudi Arabia

5.1. Child Protection System (ministry of health)

5.2. Charitable women society & women shelters

5.3. Protection against violence or abuse program

5.4. Social protection committees

6. Consequences of violence

6.1. Homicide or Suicide

6.2. Negative impact on health and well being .

6.3. Dsabilities

6.4. varying physical and psychological issues.

6.5. Social isolation

7. Risk Factors

7.1. Medical

7.1.1. Mental or physical disability

7.1.2. Alcoholism-substance abuse

7.2. Relationships

7.2.1. Social isolation

7.2.2. Rigid family rules

7.2.3. Past history of abuse

7.3. External Stressors

7.3.1. work stress

7.3.2. Life cycle Changes

7.3.3. Poverety

7.4. Age, Gender, Education