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2-Hour Domestic Violence: Meeting the Professional Challenge of a Cultural Pandemic-b

Domestic Violence:

Meeting the Professional Challenge of a Cultural Pandemic

IMPORTANT!! Please check the Board Approval Information below to ensure the course is approved by your professional board and will provide the CE credits you need.

Course Description

Florida legislation has changed. Two hours of domestic violence education are now required for select professionals every third biennium. This course: Domestic Violence: Meeting the Professional Challenge of A Culture Pandemic has been designed to meet that new requirement.

Purpose and Objectives

It is the purpose of this course to increase your awareness of: the numbers of patients who are likely to be victims or aggressors of domestic violence; the screening procedures and risk factors which increase the likelihood for violence; and the local, statewide and national community resources available. At the completion of the course, you will be able to:

  • Define “Domestic Violence” and describe the scope of the problem.
  • Identify victims and perpetrators of domestic violence.
  • Recognize possible interventions by identifying local, state and national resources available, and by assisting the victim to form a plan for safety, when requested.

About the Author

Linda S. Greenfield, RN, PhD

Linda is the educational administrator, author and instructor for Consultants for the Future. She is a graduate from Iowa State University and Columbia Pacific University and was listed in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities as a doctorial student. She has taught hundreds of seminars and authored home study courses for over thirty five years in healthcare continuing education.

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Her clinical experiences include acute and long term care, including experience as a flight nurse in the US Air Force and as an educator in a college based nursing program. Linda has a passion for life-long learning and is always on the breaking edge of the latest information in health and healing, integrating both conventional and alternative approaches. She has a knack for breaking down complex topics into easy to understand concepts with practical applications for everyday needs. Linda has been honored as a keynote speaker at several conferences and conventions, including the Spring 2005 conference of the Iowa Department of Health where she spoke about energy healing.

Board Approval Information

Domestic Violence:
Meeting the Professional Challenge of a Cultural Pandemic

Consultants for the Future has been approved by the Florida Boards of Nursing, Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling, Council of Certified Nursing Assistants, Provider No. 50-435; the District of Columbia Board of Nursing, (Provider No. 50-435); the Georgia Board of Nursing, (Provide r No. 50-435); accepted by the Iowa Board of Nursing, the Iowa Board of Behavioral Science Examiners for Mental Health Counselors and Marital and; Family Therapists, Sponsor No. 1-05, the Iowa Board of Social Work Examiners, Sponsor No. 334; and the California Board of Nursing, Provider No. 04422. The Course meets the requirements of the Minnesota, Ohio, Nevada, District of Columbia and Kentucky Boards of Nursing, and other states by reciprocity. It is accepted through complementary board approval by the Florida Boards of Midwifery, and Dietetics and Nutrition. It is approved by the FPTA, #CE22-150967.

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