CUES is an evidence-based universal education strategy to educate all patients about healthy and unhealthy relationships, the health impact of IPV, and available national resources for support. This approach differs from screening in that all patients are given information on the health impact of IPV and safety support, regardless of their disclosure of current or past experiences of violence. It also helps reach more patients who may choose not to disclose for a variety of reasons, while also promoting prevention. Below are videos where the CUES approach is used in different health settings.
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