1. Identify and discuss the incidence and prevalence of intimate partner violence (IVP).
2. Explains the effects of IPV in adults and children.
3. How do you think the values of different skate-holders such as the alcohol industry, local communities, local law enforcement, public health organizations, nurse researchers, nurse clinician in alcohol treatment facilities, and college students would affect the identification of “social harms” associated with alcohol abuse and misuse?
4. Do you think the general public’s perception of the social harms associated with alcohol, tobacco, ad cannabis has changed? Why?
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Community and Public Health Nursing | 3rd edition EVIDENCE FOR PRACTICE
Rosanna F. DeMarco, PhD, RN, FAAN Chair and Professor Department of Nursing College of Nursing and Health Sciences University of Massachusetts Boston Boston, Massachusetts
Judith Healey-Walsh, PhD, RN Clinical Associate Professor Director of the Undergraduate Program Department of Nursing College of Nursing and Health Sciences University of Massachusetts Boston Boston, Massachusetts
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Names: DeMarco, Rosanna F., author. | Healey-Walsh, Judith, author. | Preceded by (work): Harkness, Gail A. Community and public health nursing. Title: Community and public health nursing : evidence for practice / Rosanna F. DeMarco, Judith Healey-Walsh. Description: 3. | Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer,  | Preceded by Community and public health nursing / Gail A.
Harkness, Rosanna F. DeMarco. Second edition. . | Includes bibliographical references and index. Identifiers: LCCN 2018058862 | eISBN 9781975144500 Subjects: | MESH: Community Health Nursing | Public Health Nursing | Evidence-Based Nursing | Nursing Theory | United States Classification: LCC RT98 | NLM WY 108 | DDC 610.73/43—dc23 LC record available at https://lccn.loc.gov/2018058862
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