Here You Can Read the Rural/urban Differences in Rates of Screening Pregnant/Postpartum People for Intimate Partner Violence

More than 200,000 self-reported experiences of perinatal intimate partner violence (IPV) were analyzed.  FORHP-funded researchers conclude IPV is more common among rural birthing people, who are less likely to be screened for abuse compared with their urban peers.

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