Evaluation of a Clinical Workshop to Improve Students' Readiness to Manage Intimate Partner Violence
Jane R. Ierubino, DNP, Joan's Hope, Ivyland, Pennsylvania, USA
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Providing clinical experiences to teach the nursing role related to domestic violence is difficult due to confidentiality and safety concerns. A 6-hour workshop using multiple teaching strategies has been shown to be an effective tool to improving students' readiness to manage domestic violence.
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