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Intimate partner violence surveillance : uniform definitions and recommended data elements. Version 1.0
  • Published Date:
    1999; 2002 – second printing (with revision)
  • Status:
    current
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Details:
  • Corporate Authors:
    National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (U.S.). Division of Violence Prevention.
  • Description:
    Panel members: March 1996 Meeting to Discuss Preliminary Versions of Uniform Definitions and Recommended Data Elements -- -- External reviewers: Preliminary Versions of Uniform Definitions and Recommended Data Elements -- -- Acknowledgments -- -- Introduction -- -- Uniform definitions -- -- Recommended data elements for intimate partner violence surveillance: -- Section 1. Identifying information for IPV surveillance system -- Section 2. Victim eemographics -- Section 3. Victim’s experience of IPV: Section 3.1. Physical violence; Section 3.2. Sexual violence; Section 3.3. Threat of physical or sexual violence; Section 3.4. Psychological/emotional abuse -- Section 4. Most Recent violent episode perpetrated by any intimate partner: Section 4.1. Details of most recent violent episode; Section 4.2. Consequences to victim following mostrecent violent episode; Section 4.3. Perpetrator of most recent violent episode -- -- Technical notes -- References -- Appendix: Summary of recommended data elements.

    Intimate Partner Violence Surveillance: Uniform Definitions and Recommended Data Elements, Version 1.0 is intended for voluntary use by individuals and organizations interested in gathering surveillance data on intimate partner violence (IPV). The document is not meant as a set of mandates, but rather is intended to promote and improve consistency of IPV surveillance. If the recommended data elements can be uniformly recorded and the data made available to numerous users, then better estimates of the incidence and prevalence of IPV can be obtained and problems such as data incompatibility and high costs of collecting, linking, and using data can be substantially reduced.

    1999; 2002 – second printing (with revision)

    Suggested citation: Saltzman LE, Fanslow JL, McMahon PM, Shelley GA. Intimate Partner Violence Surveillance: Uniform definitions and recommended data elements, Version 1.0. Atlanta (GA): National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 1999.

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