prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence

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  • Identify and discuss the incidence and prevalence of intimate partner violence (IVP).
  • Explains the effects of IPV in adults and children.
  • 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?
  • 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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            Intimate partner violence IPV refers to domestic violence by a current or former spouse against the other one. It may take several forms, such as psychological, physical, sexual, and or verbal. It is characterized by coercion, aggression, and a controlling habit or tendency from either spouse. As per research studies, men are the most perpetrators of these intimate crimes (Lee, Bright, & Betz, 2020). It contributes to bodily harm and may contribute to mental health challenges for the couple. Globally, there have been many forms of violence perpetrated among partners, raising concern for the social problem. Below is an evaluation of the effects of IPV, mitigation measures, and the general public’s perception of alcohol and substance abuse on the incidence and prevalence of IPV.