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Learning Collaborative - Advancing Health Equity: Increasing Access to Care for Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and Exploitation Survivors

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Futures Without Violence, Health Partners on IPV + Exploitation
Dec 15, 2023

Camila Sanchez Tejada


This opportunity is a 4-session learning collaborative designed to review system changes and best practices to advance health equity for survivors of intimate partner violence, human trafficking, and exploitation (IPV/HT/E). The sessions will explore the health impacts on multiple survivor populations including farmworkers, youth, and rural communities.

Learning objectives:

  • Identify barriers to achieving health equity for survivors of IPV/HT/E, in terms of health disparities/impacts and barriers to accessing systems of care and protection
  • Key collaborators within the community who may be organizational partners to support patients who are vulnerable to, or affected by IPV/HT/E, and utilize tools to develop effective partnerships
  • Tools that can be used within clinical operations, and to develop clinical workflows, which will support patients and staff who may have had experiences of IPV/HT/E for themselves or their family/community

All sessions will take place from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Eastern.

  • January 24, 2024: Introduction to IPV/HT/E and promising practices from a collaborating HC and community-based domestic violence program
  • January 31, 2024: The health impact of IPV/HT/E, introduction to the evidence-based CUES intervention, and documentation including EHR principles for patient privacy/safety/confidentiality
  • February 7, 2024: Partnerships between health centers (HCs) and domestic violence prevention programs (DVPs) and recommendations for HC staff from a Futures without Violence Survivor Cohort Leader, including reflections on the CUES approach
  • February 14, 2024: Implementation, key resources and a featured speaker from the Puerto Rico Primary Care Association on how to leverage existing relationships and structures to support survivors experiencing IPV/HT/E

The learning collaborative will be presented in English with Spanish interpretation.


The learning collaborative is designed for staff from health centers and domestic violence prevention organizations/programs.

Geographic coverage
Amount of funding

There is no cost for participation.

Application process

A link to the online application is available on the program website when applications are being accepted.

Tagged as
Abuse and violence · Children and youth · Clinics · Families · Farmers and farmworkers · Federally Qualified Health Centers · Health disparities · Health workforce education and training

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