The Center on Partner-Inflicted Brain Injury
Providing Awareness on Brain Injury
This project of the Ohio Domestic Violence Network provides statewide, national and international leadership to raise awareness on the emerging area of traumatic brain injury caused by domestic violence—including traumatic brain injury and injuries caused by strangulation. The Center works to increase collaboration among systems and provide training, technical assistance, consultation, research, and resource development for researchers and practitioners working with victims of domestic violence.
Want more information? Join the PINK Concussions National Task Force on Partner-Inflicted Brain Injury.
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Brain Injury Materials
Working with Brain Injuries and Mental Health in Domestic Violence Programs
Reports and Research
- Government Accountability Office Report 20-534: Domestic Violence: Improved Data Collected Needed to Identify the Prevalence of Brain Injury Among Domestic Violence Victims
- Partner-Inflicted Brain Injury as Consequence of Intimate Partner Violence by Clare Edwards
To request a copy of the peer-reviewed journal articles below, please email Rachel Ramirez.
- Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma (2019). Provider perceptions and domestic violence (DV) survivor experiences of traumatic and anoxic-hypoxic brain injury: implications for DV advocacy service provision
- Journal of Family Violence (2019). Knowledge and Perspectives of Domestic Violence Service Providers about Survivors with Mental Health Disability
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