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COVID-19 and Intimate Partner Violence

Maya Ragavan, MD and Lisa Patel, MD
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In this Hippo Education bonus, Dr. Lisa Patel and Dr. Maya Ragavan discuss intimate partner violence (IPV) in the context of COVID-19. While data has focused on prevalence, they dive into how the pandemic has changed survivors’ experiences, access to resources, approach to safety planning, privacy concerns, and survivor resilience. They also discuss alternative means of counseling families for IPV in the setting of increased telehealth, where survivors may not be in a private place to disclose an abusive relationship.

Posted 02/15/2021


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