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Table 1. Ratings of Domestic Violence Training Sessions
||Percent of Participants Who Considered the Component Essential or Important|
|1. Epidemiology (background information on incidence and dynamics of domestic violence)
|2. Overview of identification and management for victims
|3. Overview of identification and management for abusers
|4. Discussion of legal issues
|5. Confidentiality issues for domestic violence patients
|6. Community resources for domestic violence
|7. Researchers' resources for domestic violence
|8. Patient behavior change theory
|9. Role play in interview techniques
|10. Videotapes of domestic violence scenarios
|11. Presentation by a former victim
|12. Domestic violence case discussions
Source: Thompson RS, Meyer BA, Smith-DiJulio K, et al. A training program to improve domestic violence identification and management in primary care: preliminary results. Violence Vict 1998; 13(4):395-410.
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