Recognizing Dental Patients who are Victims of Domestic Violence &/or Sex Trafficking

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1. Another term for domestic violence that includes same sex partners is:

  a. Sexual violence

  b. Intimate partner violence

  c. Psychological abuse.

2. The definition of domestic violence includes:

  a. Physical violence

  b. Sexual violence

  c. Threats of physical of sexual violence

  d. Psychological and emotional violence

  e. All of the above

3. Common occurrences seen in detecting human trafficking victims in a dental office are:

  a. The "translator" is more concerned about appearance than health (especially in sex trafficking)

  b. The "translator" offers to pay for all the dental work with cash

  c. The "translator" will not leave the victim alone with anyone

  d. All of the above

4. Some signs domestic violence dental professionals may see in patients are:

  a. Missing or avulsed teeth

  b. Unexplained oral trauma

  c. Bruises, both old and new

  d. All of the above

5. Identifying victims of abuse in the dental practice includes:

  a. Assessment

  b. Charting

  c. Both A and B

  d. None of the above.

6. In the dental practice, documentation is critical with patients who may be victims of domestic violence. It is not important to document the patient's own words.

  a. True

  b. False

7. Resources for victims of domestic violence include:

  a. Hospitals

  b. Police departments

  c. Shelters (housing, support groups, or advocates)

  d. All of the above

8. Seventy-five (75%) percent of physical injuries in domestic violence incidents are to the head, neck, and/or mouth.

  a. True

  b. False

9. Examples of employee required to report suspected abuse are:

  a. State, county, or municipal criminal justice employees or law enforcement officers

  b. Teacher

  c. Both A and B

10. Batterer's intervention programs are designed for victims of abuse.

  a. True

  b. False