Using social media to increase awareness

With new national health policy recommendations in support of screening for domestic violence, these shareable graphic ads can support your marketing for upcoming health/DV trainings or efforts, or help get the conversation started. The ten distinct graphics make the case that asking patients about abuse is good medicine and may be posted via Facebook, Twitter and e-mail. The graphics link to this very toolkit, providing all of the information one needs to get started on screening patients for domestic and sexual violence.

Click on the thumbnails to download the images. Sample text are provided for social media posts.

Think you don’t have time to screen for domestic violence? Consider this: www.healthcaresaboutipv.org

Think you don’t have time to screen for domestic violence? Consider this: www.healthcaresaboutipv.org

A simple question can be the best medicine.
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What’s your diagnosis?
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Think you don’t have time to screen for domestic violence? Consider this: www.healthcaresaboutipv.org

You’ve just learned your patient is a victim of domestic
violence. Check out these resources that can help.
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Check out the resources that can help you help her.
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